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1. People
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Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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People is the most wildly, consistently successful magazine in history (not to mention the most stolen from lunchrooms) and it's avidly read by half the population of America each year. Why? The people at People know what you want to read: the absolute latest, impossible-to-get dish on celebrity scandals (a $3-million-a-year fact-checking department keeps it real); definitive tribute issues; snappy wrap-ups on the whereabouts of yesterday's stars and the current Most Beautiful People; riveting stories of real folks caught up in the day's biggest news, health, and crime stories; and quick picks and pans on what's up in entertainment. And after years of black-and-white drabness, the mag has fully mastered the art of flashy, full-color photography. --Bob Brandeis ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best surprise gift I ever got
Someone gave this to me as a gift a while back... and as I was thanking them I have to admit I was scratching my head and asking myself "why?" Well, the answer came when I started to get the magazine...

In an age when magazines routinely come less and less frequently (down from monthly to 10 times a year or even 6 times a year) it was really great to just get so darn many magazines frankly! Besides the sheer number of issues they are just plain fun and timely.. Yes, they do human interest stories and more *deep* stories from time to time... but mostly its just a fast paced easy to read escape of whats happening ...right now..this week.

The people and stories they cover are generally the celebs or people with *current* public interest who are making the news at that time and that will click with most people. The stories dont go deep into any particular story but there is a reasonable amount of info without being especially unsavory (ie the stories do not seem overly intrusive to the people they are about, nor do the pictures of them)

The person who got me this could have got me something esle I suppose..the fruit of the month club, time magazine, new york magazine... a plant... but this was just so much more fun..every time it comes!

4-0 out of 5 stars Scoops without Sensationalism
I have been buying this magazine for a number of years, and it just keeps getting better all the time.

You get up to date information on celebrity gossip, as well as human interest stories, and excellent photographs, but everything is done tastefully, without tabloid sensationalism.

Nice features include reviews of current films, books and music, with Editor's picks, and the special issues are always collectibles. More news is available to subscribers and newstand buyers at people.com.

How can it be improved? In my opinion, it needs some humour sections, and top ten lists of music, books and films.

Overall, a great magazine that friends are lining up to borrow.
Get your own copies guys!

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm a People Person
This magazine has had such a tremendous influence on my life. I know that a lot of readers get this subscription because they think of People Magazine as just "Fluff," but if you are looking for inspiration, the pages of People are loaded with it.

For example, several years ago, reading about Tony Robbins in People inspired me to investigate what he was all about. That led to my buying one of his books, then a set of motivational tapes, and ultimately I went to one of his live seminars and WALKED ON FIRE! That experience has led me to a personal understanding that I can do ANYTHING that I set my mind to. All because I read about Tony in People.

Another great example is Robert Kyosaki -- I read a profile on Robert which talked about his Rich Dad Poor Dad book, which prompted me to get a copy of the tape set. I drove around listening to those tapes in my car for months -- and then next thing I knew, I made an offer on a house, got it accepted, and suddenly, just a few months later, I went from being a renter to a home-owner. My own personal American Dream story, straight from the pages of People.

And lastly -- perhaps most importantly -- I read a small story about a new system for increasing intimacy and passion for couples. I followed up by buying a copy of the "New Sex Now" dvd right here on amazon, and before I knew what had happened, suddenly my lovelife went from ho-hum to humming on all cylinders. I started dating a woman with whom I shared some major chemistry, and soon I turned her onto the experience -- it ignited passion in us both that we had never known before, and intimacy that was unparalleled. Now, a few years later, she's my wife. Talk about fulfillment! I connected with the love of my life because of an article I read in People.

Granted, all of the foregoing is not to say that there's not a great deal of very light entertaining reading and pictures in People, for those who want to just veg out and pass the time idly. But for those who are looking to improve themselves, for those who are looking to suck the juice out of every drop of life, People magazine can be the stuff which makes dreamers out of work-a-day slobs by providing pictures and profiles of the people who inspire us to be more than what we are. How much more could you want from a magazine?

3-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful People?
The cover of your beautiful people seems to be wrong. The small picture of Pat Tillman should have been the cover, with the picture of Jennifer Aniston on the corner. The issue should have been focused on the truly beautiful - the servicemen and women fighting for our country. The so-called "stars" seem even more superficial when you put a photo of Pat Tillman, and all he stands for ont he magazine. How many "stars" could of, or would of, done what Mr. Tillman did for his country.

4-0 out of 5 stars overall people is a good magazine
hmm... people magazine. well like every magazine it has its ups and downs; good articles and bads. but i think people has more good than bad. i like their celebrities and their other articles. And i LOVE the sexiest man alive issue and the special feature issues like 200 greatest pop icons, 100 greatest movie stars of our time, ect. ... Read more


2. Entertainment Weekly
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Asin: B00005UQ61
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 49
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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Weekly information on the entertainment industry featuring television programming, motion pictures, videos, new albums, entertainment for children and book reviews.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best magazine for entertainment buffs.
If you are an entertainment buff, like myself, then you will really enjoy the ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY magazine. EW always has the latest information about music, movies, TV shows, and celebrities. It gives you tons of great, glossy photos. This magazine does not have too much gossip--they have some, but most of the information that they give is true. I also love going to their website--the website is very cool and informative, too.

I especially love EW's special issues, like when they do Oscar coverage or a complete issue on a certain highly anticipated movie. They've also got reviews from the latest CDs, movies, TV shows, and books. And this is a weekly magazine, so you get a new issue every week--not just every month. EW Magazine is a good size as well...it is not too thick and not too skinny. The magazine is made from top-qaulity paper, and just a plain great entertainment magazine. Whenever I'm looking for the latest Hollywood/music industry news and gossip--I always turn to the ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY Magazine, because I know I can trust it!

So for all you entertainment buffs, I highly recommend this magazine. To me, it is well-worth the subscription price!

1-0 out of 5 stars Entertainment Weakly
If you need to be told what to think by glib, middlebrow writers, then EW is for you. It's an indispensible magazine for those who panic at the thought of not being squarely at the center of conventional wisdom, and who prefer to regurgitate review blurbs rather than say what they themselves think. It's basically a clearinghouse for studio and network press releases, with reviewers who make painfully obvious attempts to second guess public mood so they can calibrate their opinions accordingly.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun & lively read
I read EW every week because it's a fun and entertaining way to keep up with the news. Nothing they print is really mind-blowing or new (any decent movie web site has more updates & news) but they have interesting stories sometimes and decent reviews (esp from Lisa Schwarzbaum). The reason I can't give it a 5-star rating is that it is not consistent, with only every 2 or 3 issues really good and sometimes they release issues (see the recent AI cover story or Shrek 2) that are just filler and boring. If you want real in-depth, critical great film writing, I would suggest "Film Comment" or "Cinema Scope", but for fun and broad entertainment news, check it out.

4-0 out of 5 stars great coverage of the entertainment world
One thing that I look forward to every week is the new issue of Entertainment Weekly. This is a great magazine for pop culture and gives an overview of what is going on in the entertainment world. There are some regular columns that I enjoy (The "Must" List, The Hot Sheet, etc) and the movie/DVD tend to give a good look at what is coming out and how good the movie may be. Since I am a movie fan, it is the movie coverage that interests me the most and Entertainment Weekly does an excellent job covering the big movies that are coming out.

The highlight of this magazine are the "special" issues, in particular the seasonal movie preview issues and the Oscar special issue. For someone interested in movies, these are the best issues of the year and give a good solid look at what is coming out, and there is even coverage of some of the lesser known, independent movies.

The coverage in Entertainment Weekly is not as in depth as you might find in a genre specific magazine ("Premiere" covers movies, so is more in depth on that, but it only covers movies and takes a different view), but it is not supposed to be. This is a weekly magazine that covers all of the entertainment world, from movies to music to books (occasionally, outside of the reviews) to television to just pop culture. Entertainment Weekly provides the general coverage that I am looking for, and is entertaining (as it should be) to read. That's why I look forward to receiving the new issue every Saturday.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love to see ET Weekly every single week...
Entertainment Weekly has always been my favorite magazine for several reasons. The articles, the beautiful pictures, and the great reviews on everything from music to books.

Since I work in a library I find it fun to see what the reviewer thinks about up coming books. ... Read more


3. Premiere
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Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
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Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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It may share the same ZIP Code as its Tinseltown cousin Entertainment Weekly, but Premiere is a far different magazine, focusing less on gossip and more on the nuts and bolts that have helped Hollywood become a gigantic industry. Premiere tackles the big picture through articles like "Women in Film," "The Ultimate Summer Movie Guide," and "The Power List" of who's who in Hollywood. Premiere also offers a great variety of profiles, from movie stars to behind-the-scene players like grips and gaffers. Smart, unbiased reviews accompany each month's top movie releases, and the "In the Works" and "Home Guide" sections track films from creation to video release. Libby Gelman-Waxner adds humor with her indelible look at film from the fan's point of view. --Doug Thomas ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Now Playing At A Theater Near You
Premiere covers the film industry like no other magazine out there. Sure, there are plenty of other "movie industry" titles to choose from, but few do it with such style. I have been a loyal subscriber for nearly a decade. In that time, I have always found their articles and interviews to be top notch. Each year brings 4 special movie preview issues, that not only tell you what's coming out when, but these previews also offer (usually) spot on predictions about how each film will preform.

I also like the magazines regular features and columns. "If You Ask Me" by Libby Gelman-Waxner is always good for a chuckle. The column talks about the current film trends. Each issue has 2 review sections: One for new/upcoming flicks, while the Home Guide tackles what's new at the rental counter. The Action section takes a look at who's hot, casting news, a bit of rumor and speculation, scene stealers, Q+A with Glenn Kenny, the fun, Go Figure, and other tid bits. Another gem is The Filmmaker Series that spotlights a major Hollywood type every month. Each issuue ends with a mini interview, with a film star, called Idol Chatter.

Some of the "news" in the magazine may seem outdated since this is a monthly. But Premire makes up for that, with in depth coverage, of all things film. Highly Recommended for all film goers and buffs

5-0 out of 5 stars Best all-purpose movie and DVD magazine out there!
Premiere is one of those magazines I used to buy when flying. It was light, fun, and it covered one of my favorite subjects: the movies. That was then, and thank goodness this is now. Premiere has completely renewed itself into a superb entertainment and arts publication. The editorial direction is unusual among these kinds of magazines in that in any given issue, you get a taste of Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Cinefex, Movietone, and Playboy. The upside of the editorial diversity is that every issue is immensely readable. The downside to the editorial diversity is that you can't enjoy any consistency from one issue to the next. Still, all in all, Premiere is a super read each month and I highly recommend it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Viggo The Amazing!
This maginze holds a one-on-one interview with the fabulous Viggo Mortenson. Viggo Mortenson is an amazing actor/artist.He was brilliant in Lord Of The Rings and Walk Two Moons and his new book Signlangue is brilliant! He is an amazing phototagrapher and poet as well as an amazing actor. This magazine gives you an inside look on what Viggo is doing next in the movie bussiness but I won't tell you what it is. I rated this magize a five star.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must-read for all film buffs!
Premiere continually raises the bar for both serious film discussion and the art of having fun with the movies. They have just returned to their original oversized format, and I cannot express the improvement. New features and revamped older ones are continually fresh and surprising, and Libby rules! Now if they could just bring back Ted Casablanca's column, they would be unbeatable!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Blend of Industry News and Showbiz Glitz
I have subscribed to Premiere magazine for about 10 years now. And I'm still not bored. There are movie reviews, previews of what's coming soon, sneak peeks into what's in the works, interviews with stars, directors, writers, and producers, in-depth articles on the making of movies and unmasking of studio woes. Premiere gives its readers insight into the realities of movie-making: the good, the bad , and the ugly...and the absurd. But along with the business, there is the glamour and gossip of Hollywood. There are plenty of interviews with stars accompanied by big, sexy photo layouts. This is a magazine whose editors clearly love the movies and are fascinated by all aspects of the business. They give us industry news and allow us to see how this fascinating film industry we have in Hollywood functions -but without denying the fun of Hollywood's glamorous, glitzy, sex-crazed marketing machine. Be sure to check out Libby Gelman-Waxner's monthly humorous take on what's at the box office. And the DVD reviews in the "Home Guide " each month will help you decide which DVD's are worth a look. There are magazines that have more movie-star gossip; and there are trade magazines that have more industry news. But Premiere is the perfect blend of both for the movie-lover and video-rental junkie. ... Read more


4. Newtype USA
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Asin: B00009KO2N
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Newtype Usa
Sales Rank: 644
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Male-oriented, but still OK
As far as anime magazines in the U.S. go, Newtype is pretty good. The news & newtype section has introduced me to many great anime series I'd have never considered watching had I not read it *cough*s-CRY-ed*cough*, and it's always nice to get the DVD or two and check out some new series. The articles have a slight tendancy towards sounding like ads, but if you can get over that, it's OK. There are a lot of ads, which can be helpful if you're looking for places to buy the latest anime merchandise, but otherwise they're like popup ads - annoying, always there, and impossible to get rid of (unless you want to cut up the magazine).
To top it off, the magazine is obviously male-oriented. I don't reccomend it to female otakus at all. Guys would probably like it, but I'm not a guy, so I really can't tell you...
However, compared to the other U.S. anime magazines, newtype is big, has great bonus items, and has a lot of info on non-mainstream anime.
Overall, I'd like to give it about 3.5 stars, but since I can only do 3 or 4, I rounded up. Hope this helps you in deciding whether or not to get it, in any case...

3-0 out of 5 stars Another language version Newtype, Newtype USA
This is an animation magazine based on Japanese animation.
It offers latest news on new animation titles and releases.
But some of its articles are some what pointless to animation fan readers (Although some times the game and the J-pop may be related to some animation, like video game reviews and J-Pop related articles,) I find it that the latest news on new animation airing at Japan is sometimes too slow. The magazine comes with a free a DVD insert (usually from ADV), a poster, centerfold and eight postcards attached to the agazine. The centerfolds are always (except once) have been a female character. Although I am a guy, I think they should insert some male characters for female readers.

5-0 out of 5 stars New type usa
I luv it even thougth i never read it its that good

5-0 out of 5 stars The best magazine
Newtype USA is the best magazine for any anime fan. It has tons of information on new shows coming out great reviews, and great contests. It also has tons of extras lik a free dvd,poster,centerfold,manga,and stickers. The magazine may be a little expensive,but its worth it. Any anime fan should get this magazine. If you dont get it than your not really an anime fan.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Anime Mag
Best US anime magazine. I've read other reviews saying that it fails to deliver in comparison to the Japanese version of Newtype --I have never read the Japanese version so I can't comment-- however Newtype USA magazine is the best source for anime here in the US. The magazine is packed with goodies. I have read others magazines, like Animerica(mediocre), and to be honest they do not measure up to the quality and fullness of Newtype. I like the fact that every issue includes a DVD featuring an upcoming episode of certain series, which varies from month to month, as well as previews and trailers of upcoming releases. Also included are either a poster with a centerfold and stickers, or a poster, postcards and a centerfold, and so on. The quality of the images and the magazine itself is superb; each month's cover is unique in its class. The only downside that I think everyone will agree on is the price; but if we compare the value of what you get with Newtype versus other magazines out there that give you next to nothing for the same price, Newtype definitely takes the lead. Anime fans rejoice for we have a good source of anime news! ... Read more


5. Script
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Asin: B00006LDOP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Script Magazine
Sales Rank: 572
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6. Interview
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Publisher: Brant Publ Attn Michelle Thiel
Sales Rank: 387
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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The brainchild of Andy Warhol back in the heyday of the '70s club culture, Interview magazine has morphed from newsletter and photo essay of the Studio 54 set to the arbiter of what defines cutting edge for the nation (well, at least those in the nation who believe New York to be the center of the universe). It's magazine chic at its highest. When you pick up the magazine, don't look for Julia Roberts; look for the woman who will eclipse Julia in the next five years. The concept of the magazine couldn't be simpler--Q&A format, accompanied by photographs--but the Q is often provided by celebrity interviewers, and the A is usually extremely insightful, intriguing, and candid. And the photographs are the crème de la crème, by A-list lensers like Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, and Annie Leibovitz (if you don't know them by name, this is definitely not the magazine for you). Nudity and profanity may put off some readers; others will be pleasantly titillated. --Mark Englehart ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Finally something fresh.
I know "Interview" has been around awhile, but I just recently got into it. In short, if you're into the arts, it's your magazine. It touches on music, movies, fashion, and everything inbetween. And often the interviews of celebrities are done by other celebs, like "Jim Jarmusch" doing a Q&A with "The White Stripes", just like they're sitting in a room chatting, very casual. I like that. Also the photography is tops, and often takes up the whole page (good mini-posters). They're good about not exposing the same old people too, lots of fresh faces, usually cool. Hey, if it's good enough for "Andy Warhol", it can't be bad, huh?

2-0 out of 5 stars Too many pictures, little content.
I subscibe to this magazine. Will not renew it either! Maybe I am too old to appreciate this periodical. It is way overpriced even with the Amazom, and others discount.

5-0 out of 5 stars Forget all the others
Interview's got it all: fashion, music, films, people, AND it's done the right way. It's visually pleasing, well-written, classy, and ahead of the trend-curve.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Mag
I enjoy the vibe of this Magazine.the Q&A'S are truly interesting to me to say the least overall.very Entertaining&Un-cut.it has a up-front vibe&take on things.not like other magazines that is for sure.

4-0 out of 5 stars Eye candy--but GOOD eye candy
Nice mag. Hadn't picked it up for a while

Nice pics, decent articles. Worth giving a look to. ... Read more


7. FILMMAKER: The Magazine Of Independent Film
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Asin: B000060MI1
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Publisher: FILMMAKER, A Joint Venture
Sales Rank: 210
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars The Art of Reviewing Art
I love this magazine!!! As if it isn't hard enough to find anyone out there with a good appreciation of independent film (and by appreciation, I also mean knowledge), but then you have to deal with all these film nerds who think that if it wasn't done on a shoestring budget by a no-name director, it must be bad.
FILMMAKER does an excellent job of giving an overview of the world of independent film, while still providing good discussions of some more mainstream films. It's tough, when reviewing and writing criticism of any art form, to know what to discuss, and I think that FILMMAKER does this. ... Read more


8. American Cinematographer

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Publisher: Amer Soc Of Cinematographer
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars An absolute must for any serious filmmaker
Whether you are a technical guru or someone who's emphasis is on the words, any serious filmmaker who takes his or her craft seriously will love American Cinematographer. The official magazine of the American Society of Cinematographers, this magazine gives you in depth interviews with DPs and Directors on the technical approach towards the shooting of the picture. They cover not just lab soups and lighting techniques, but also the approach to the script, design notes on how to visually approach the script - in other words, a great detailed overview of how this particular crew of filmmakers went about creating the visual language of the film. And not just film - as technology advances, and more films are shot on video, this magazine gives the same great coverage to those pictures as well - from Star Wars to Anniversary Party. While it's true that there are only so many films that AC can cover each issue but I think you'll end up feeling like I do - that I wish they could cover them all! ... Read more


9. MovieMaker Magazine
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Movie Makers Unite!
Moviemaker is great for the beginner and the pro-indie alike. This magazine features interviews with Hollywood moguls as well as independant greats. There are helpful articles ranging from what DVDs that can serve as film school to festival information. Everything is informative, even if it's just a short bit about a new type of equipment. Moviemaker may not come out monthly, but each issue is worth the wait!! ... Read more


10. Variety
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Wondering which pics will score big with auds at the B.O.? Or what the crix say about the new net skeds? Variety has the answers, but if you can't make sense of the lingo, you may not be ready for the movie industry's essential rag. Founded in 1905, Variety speaks as the insider voice of the entertainment biz. It offers movie, television, and theater reviews, but places more emphasis on predictions, trends, and insider scoop. The tone is "movers and shakers only, please!" Heck, the headline writers are so on-the-go they only have time for abbreviations: "Bull Market for Syndies," "Saggy Sudsers Go After Younger Aud," and "B'Casters Set Skeds to Fight Digital Rivals." Critics are "crix," a movie is always a "pic," the box office is the "B.O.," and "H'Wood" is, well, if you have to ask.... If you're looking for the latest celebrity gossip, you're out of luck. But if you're seeking cutting-edge news from the heart of Tinseltown, this is your mag. --Brangien Davis ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars entertainment industry's primary outlet
Variety is the New York Times of the entertainment world (in the USA). It's expenseive, but if you're seriously into show biz (for a living or otherwise) it's indispensible. You'll get info and reveiews way before anyone else, casting notices for film and TV, huge supplimental issues about each film/media festival, production updates (wondering what your favorite director's next film will be and where it is in the production cycle? It'll say here - whether they're in based in Hollywood, the Ukraine, or anywhere in the trackable entertainment world)
Lots of extra info, plus headlines like Chix Pix Nixed in Stix. (women's films banned in rural areas) ... Read more


11. Cinefex
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Special Effects Journal
This is thee Special Effects journal. Nothing else comes close. If you want indepth, behind-the-secenes information, on what's happening on the cutting edge of special effects in cinema, accompanied with lush color visual photography on every page, than this is the journal that brings you the indepth behind the scenese of the craft and it's wizardly practicioners.

Cinefex is the special effects JOURNAL! ... Read more


12. The Hollywood Reporter Weekly
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13. Fangoria

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5-0 out of 5 stars best horror magazine ever!
Fangoria always has and always will be the greatest horror magazine around. Terrific on the set previews of the latest films, retrospectives on classic films ,dvd reviews and always dependable for bloody photo's from your favorite movies.

5-0 out of 5 stars Above and beyond: 10 Stars in my book!
I don't have a subscription, and I probably never will. So, why am I writing a positive review about a magazine I am not willing to get a subscription to? Well, the fact is, I prefer going to my local bookstore and picking up a nice fresh copy of Fangoria, minus the mailing tag on the front cover. It seems like an anal decision, but, to me, I have to have a magazine that is flawless in it's appearance, so that I can read it once over, utilize it for future information and place it in a protective magazine cover to store in with my collection.

It's been years since I first picked up my first copy of Fangoria, lying my trust in this fantastic magazine which brings to me reviews, upcoming film information and loads of information to add to my film-knowledge database. Over the years, I have seen up-and-coming individuals in the horror film genre make (and occasionally break) a name for themselves.

It is definately true that horror is the genre which appeals to the greatest audience out of all genres. People WANT to be scared, they want to see inside the mind of a serial killer, they want to watch a long-dead family member rise from the grave to seek out revenge for their murder. Who can argue against this fact? No one! Sure, it's a social generalization, and there are some people who don't watch any horror films, but, when it comes down to it, people seek out extreme emotions, and fear is one of the most sought after out of them all. In turn, Fangoria gives us the information we need to seek out the mainstream horror films, such as "Nightmare on Elmstreet" and "Halloween", but it also supplies us with indie films like "Donnie Darko" and "Devil's Backbone".

While working at Suncoast Motion Picture, I would OFTEN use Fangoria to seek out specific films to stock in my store and recommend to devoted customers. I would collect film after film, myself, and have created a library of horror films that many would be envious of. Have you ever seen "Devil's Backbone" or "Flesh for the Beast"? Probably because you haven't read about them in the best horror magazine availble on the market today.

Fangoria is for the horror lover, as well as those seeking added information on the genre which tops them all!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE horror movie magazine for the ages.
I grew up reading Fangoria, when I could sneak it past my parents, that is. Fangoria Magazine has a total respect for the genere of horror that comes shinning through with every article. Now you are not always going to agree with everything they say, but you can always expect them to be honest. When a horror icon is not performing up to snuff, like Stephen King or John Carpenter, they will be the first to point out the errors and flaws. Fangoria also has the Chainsaw Awards, where you can mail in your vote for best horror movie, actor, ect, and you can also submit a name for Horror Hall of Fame (my guy has yet to win it). They also spot light horror films that would normaly fly under the radar of most people; like the Japanese and Italian horrors (wow, they can make some splatter flicks), and more independent films that wouldn't be showing at the mainstream theater. And they have pictures. All the blood and guts you can imagine in beautiful color (though they have become more tame compared to what it was in the '80s). This is just a great magazine to have if your a horror fan, I whole heartedly recomend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars To Fang Or Not To Fang...
Around my neck of the woods, we don't have a high supply of horror genre magazines, so when you see one, you'd better grab it.
While I was at the store doing my weekly shopping the other day, I was strolling down the magazine isle to see what they had. Low and behold they had a Fangoria! There was only one, so I just HAD to buy it. After all, I had heard so much about this magazine, and with that, I dropped it in my cart, and thought, if I liked it, I would shell out the bucks to sign up for a subscription.

No!

I was highly disappointed. It was the worst investment I have ever made. I know, I know, many of you are going to completely disagree with me. That is ok. Really. I keep telling myself, maybe I just got a weak issue, maybe it really doesn't suck this bad. Maybe I'm just to loyal to our Canadian made Rue Morgue mag. None the les I read it....

*yawn*

Really it bored me to death. I dislike their layout, you don't get much for you buck. This magazine leaves me with the feeling that there is much chaos and disorder in this office.They don't really suck you in, grab you and hold your attention in my opinion. The only section that I DID like was the "Video Chopping List". I urge you, if you have never purchased this mag before, leaf through it before you buy it. The decision is totally up to you whether you purchase it or not, but I'm sticking to my Rue!

5-0 out of 5 stars Classic movie mag
Fangoria has always been the first rate magazine for horror movie freaks. Nothing else comes close: if you're in love with horror movies look no further-this mag has been out for over twenty years! ... Read more


14. Film Comment
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Publisher: Film Society Of Lincoln Center
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Features articles on narrative, documentary and independent film makers, filmography, film criticism and book reviews.
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15. Film Quarterly

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Publisher: University Of California Press
Sales Rank: 1993
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Articles on motion pictures and the industry and motion picture and book reviews.
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17. The Hollywood Reporter (Daily)
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The Hollywood Reporter is one of the most un-Hollywood-like magazines being published today. You won't find any of the chatty gossip or full-page flash of Peoplemagazine, nor will you find the same range of topics (with the occasional lack of depth) of Entertainment Weekly. Rather, this magazine is the definitive source for information on the entertainment industry in the U.S. (there's an international issue published weekly), including movie, TV, theater, and DVD reviews; casting calls; box office rankings; and weekly MPAA ratings; as well as overviews of everything from the music industry to the commercial real estate market. While the entertainment industry itself is clearly the intended audience, anyone who wants to see the Hollywood that exists beneath the surface glitz that has become synonymous with Hollywood will find this magazine well worth the money.
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3-0 out of 5 stars For people in the business
Hollywood Reporter is not for the layman. It's a business magazine dealing with the deals of Hollywood, the numbers and profit. It's still interesting, but it's not for everyone. I tried a trial of the magazine and they would arrive a few days later. The July 8th issue arrived on July 11th. Yesterday's news is old news.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Entertainment Industry Resource
If you're interested in going beyond the gossip and into the mechanics of the entertainment industry, then the Hollywood Reporter is for you. It covers television, film, video games, music and more. Find out about the latest business deals, contracts, technology and trends in the industry. I recommend this newspaper for anyone in (or wanting to break in) to the professional end of the entertainment industry. If you're looking for more consumer-friendly entertainment news, I recommend Entertainment Weekly. If you're looking for information about celebrity life, I recommend People or US Weekly. ... Read more


18. Total Film
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Ignore Spike Fetts review!!!
Spike Fett is mistaken. The 100 Greatest Moments he mentions is not for ALL TIME. They were the top 100 moments of the magazines lifetime, which is only 8 years.

This is one of the best film/dvd magazines out there. I highly reccomend it. It has awesome articles, reliable reviews, and great color photos.

Another thing I like about it is that its an British publication, so you get a different opinion and point of view.

Its a great magazine.

1-0 out of 5 stars A joke to anyone who knows anything about cinema.
This magazine recently (April 05) featured what they felt were the 100 greatest movie moments of all time.Number 1 was the sing-along scene from MAGNOLIA.Other moments in the top 10 included the credits from AUSTIN POWERS 3 and one of Eugene Levy's quotes from AMERICAN PIE.Keep in mind, these are the 100 greatest movie moments of ALL TIME.

This mag/rag is nothing more than the film section of FHM stretched out to full-issue length.Utter trash.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Pictures
"Total Film" is a magazine I discovered while waiting at Heathrow airport at six in the morning.Since then, whenever I see it I buy it.The contents of this magazine are incredible! Though the language can be PG-13 or higher sometimes, it shouldn't be too much of an issue.The articles are fun and fast, as the pictures (which are usually actual pictures, and not cheesy snapshots sold to them by tourists). I especially like the occasional "abridged script" on the back page. I definately, recommend this magazine to movie and entertainment lovers everywhere! ... Read more


19. Widescreen Review
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20. Fade In

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Publisher: Fade In Publishing Group Inc
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