Skyfall apertureQuick Picks: James Bond films at Hulu Plus and on DVD/BD

Now that you’ve finished reading Jake Smith’s epic 23-entry “007 Days of 007” series, you’re probably eager to revisit many films in the James Bond franchise.

Currently Hulu Plus is promoting its collection of 16 James Bond films available for subscribers. That makes Hulu Plus the current go-to subscription service for the Bond franchise (this changes frequently as studio contracts begin and expire).

For other titles and other streaming services, consult the “Guide to Watching Bond…James Bond” channel at GoWatchIt, which allows you to “queue” titles for updates when they become available again on Netflix and other services (or you can queue SPECTRE now for home video updates later).

Several streaming services are promoting bundle deals for purchasing James Bond collections, including Vudu and Google Play, among others. Online rental prices for individual titles are currently as low as $2.99.

Four Star Video Cooperative currently carries every Bond except Live and Let Die, The Living Daylights, License to Kill (no Dalton love?), and The World is Not Enough, according to their online search database. Thanks to the South Central Library System, several different editions of each Bond film is available through the Madison Public Library.