A man, known as "Six," finds himself inexplicably trapped in "The Village" with no memory of how he arrived. As he explores his environment, he discovers that his fellow inhabitants are identified by number instead of name, have no memory of any prior existence, and are under constant surveillance. Not knowing whom to trust, Six is driven by the need to discover the truth behind The Village, the reason for his being there, and most importantly -- how he can escape.

Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ, The Thin Red Line) will play the role of Six; and two-time Oscar nominee Ian McKellen (Lord of the Rings, The Da Vinci Code) will co-star as Two.

Prisoner Portal: www.amctv.com/originals/the-prisoner/premiere/

Also check out The Village Wiki, The Village Map and test your spying aptitude with SWAT.

The Prisoner premieres on Sun., Nov. 15 from 8PM to 10PM ET | PT.  The Prisoner will air over three consecutive nights, with two episodes each evening, from 8PM to 10PM ET | PT on AMC.

Via: www.amctv.com


Mr iSpy Digital Camera Binoculars

I spy with my little eye...a new gadget that'll furnish teenage boys with that longed-for 'sixth sense.' No, not seeing dead people, seeing naked ladies. This must-have tech for amateur sleuths and those wishing to perv observe their surroundings promises "no fiddly controls to mess with," leaving your hands free to keep a firm grip on your necessary tool. All's you've got to do is focus, "press a button and bam - you get a picture of whatever it is you're looking at in glorious 1.3 megapixel detail." But, the fun doesn't stop there, apparently, as you can also shoot film.

Mr iSpy Digital Camera Binoculars

Do your bit for ailing window furnishing businesses in your area by spending £29.99 over at i want one of those.


The Bronson Maneuver is a retro 60's Spy inspired short created as an entry for "CGChallenge XXIV - Secret Agent" at cgsociety.org.

The short features the work of:
Ryan Sluman - Puppet & Animation - ryansluman.com
Joon Kim - Concepts & Storyboards - chickenwithbroccoli.blogspot.com
Danny Dahlquist - Cleanup, SFX & Original Music
Mike McCain - Environments & Effects - mikebot.net

There's also a rather cool little trailer for the short.

If you like this you should check out  Stephane Coedel's A Kiss From Tokyo" Theatrical trailer

Via: Mike McCain (Vimeo)


The Saint Orchestra - Return of the Saint Theme

The theme for the classic UK TV show Return of the Saint, which starred Ian Ogilvy as Simon Templar AKA "The Saint".  The show was a revival of the classic show The Saint which starred Roger "the eyebrow" Moore.

Both shows had great themes, though the original is probably best known because of Orbitals update. However, as a little kid I remember dancing around my living room to the Theme from the updated Return of the Saint, so its kind of special to me. Plus It confirms I was damn funky even as a tiny kid (even if I do say so myself).

Anyway, behold the greatness that is the Steve Gray conducted "The Saint Orchestra" by listening below to the "Return of the Saint Theme" and as a bonus, the uber-funky and aptly named "Funko" which was the B - Side of the 45 single released in 1978 on PYE Records.


"A Kiss From Tokyo", Theatrical Trailer (1964) - Yuki 7 dashes around the world in hot pursuit of the tantalizingly tricky Diamond Eye, who is stealing parts and plans and leaving behind a path of murdered scientists in her quest to build a missile inside her volcanic lair.

This rather wonderful retro animated faux trailer was created by Stephane Coedel, a French animator living in London.

Seductive Espionage: The World of Yuki 7 - Cover

The Character Yuki 7 is the creation of illustrator Kevin Dart, whose book "Seductive Espionage: The World of Yuki 7" is available for pre-order.

I think the trailer works really well in capturing that Modesty Blaise, Golgo 13, Lupin The Third, Avengers, James Bond etc. spy vibe

Props to kanYe West : Blog

Via: Stephane Coedel - Vimeo


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