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What Lies Beneath · Film of the Month review
• Harrison Ford is probably the most jaded star ever. Don’t get us wrong, he loves his job but after thousands of interviews he thinks he’s nothing left to say… We prove him wrong as he reveals his thoughts on his career and his new spooky spine-chilling movie. Plus Michelle Pfeiffer on being a great target for scary movies. Excerpts online!

• Disney doing dinos? Are you expecting a CGI version of The Land Before Time? Don’t you believe it. Producer Pam Marsden reveals how to bring deadly creatures vividly to life

Blair Witch ProjectBlair Witch 2: Book of Shadows • After the marketing dynamite of The Blair Witch Project, an inevitable sequel… but how to follow the most profitable movie ever? We go into the woods with the new team

Jet Li stars in Romeo Must DieRomeo Must Die
• Already a martial arts star in Asia, Jet Li - the best thing in Lethal Weapon 4 - deserves Hollywood status with this gritty drama. He talks about his emerging career

The Klumps
• For the best in bad taste, look no further than the comedy excesses of Eddie Murphy, as he steps up to play all the members of the Klump family made famous in his comeback success The Nutty Professor

Call Sheet: The Knack
• If one film epitomises the Sixties... well to be honest you wouldn’t think straight away of this cutting edge comedy. Until now, perhaps! Howard Maxford talks to Richard Lester, Rita Tushingham, Michael Crawford and John Barry about this overlooked classic

Reviews - your every film need catered for!
This bumper 50-page section covers:
 New Movies:
28 brand new movies covering all the UK cinema releases for October – with every film mentioned above, plus:
   Memento – Guy Pearce and Carrie-Anne Moss star in this dark but fantastic new thriller about a revenger plagued by memory loss
 Coyote Ugly – sexy bar-room antics the Jerry Bruckheimer way: blondes collecting bottles and dancing on tabletops. We approve  The House of Mirth – Gillian Anderson leads this adaptation of an Edith Wharton novel about an American socialite. Director Terence Davies interview online at Planet Britain
 Our comprehensive section At a Cinema Near You gives you the lowdown on 40 films still showing nationwide  Reviews of the latest videos, books, CDs, DVDs and the very best film websites
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  • Whet your appetite for the best of next month's new movies in Forthcoming Attractions
  • Ten pages of the hottest movie news, in Despatches, with a special feature on the new Harry Potter movie, and UK and US box-office charts
  • Terence Davies, director of the acclaimed The House of Mirth is this month’s Brit at the Back. This feature is online at Planet Britain
  • Take a look at the career of the comedy genius of Peter Sellers in Idol Chat
  • Win a selection of great videos including The Cider House Rules, American Psycho, Boys Don’t Cry and Scream 3. You can now enter our competitions by phone, e-mail or postcard (UK callers only – sorry).
  • James Cameron-Wilson answers all your movie questions in Film Facts, and has sex on his mind in The Best Seat in the House

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