James Bond, Licence To Self-Reference. Skyfall had already played with the idea of becoming a library of canonical references - to the point where the unveiling of his car and the Moneypenny "twist" at the end might as well have had Sam Mendes pop up and wink in the corner of the screen. Spectre takes that idea and runs with it even further, tumbling down a hill of Easter Eggs. Look, a lot of more modern Bond fans will wonder why it's so obsessed with looking backwards, but nostalgic Bond fans - or the ones who prioritise legacy and don't want a Bourne Bond anymore - will take great pleasure in the familiar heartbeat of Mendes' sequence ender. At times, the film feels like a living exhibition of Bond fandom, and that is precisely the environment that SPECTRE's return should have been framed in. So, which of the references and Easter Eggs are the most rewarding for fans? And which are the most obscure?