With the (fingers crossed) release of the next James Bond film on the horizon, we're revisiting some of our favorite movies in the glamorized spy film genre.
Unlike the grittier films with this subject matter, these movies focus on the gadgets, the suave swagger, and the cool demeanor of the secret agent. Shaken but not stirred.
Directed by Richard Loncraine
10 years after Rosemary's Baby, Mia Farrow cut all her hair off again and returned to the horror genre with this gorgeously styled haunted house flick, co-starring a wardrobe of hot '70s clothes and a cool looking Victorian mansion.