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Special Issue #62 • ships from Aug 3 2006
News-stand Price UK £5.99 / US $9.99

Special Bumper Edition
228 packed pages!

The Ultimate Film Book
What have the 2000’s given to us? What films have been notable, or best forgotten?
In over 120 pages we list almost 2000 films from 2000 onwards, indexing the stars, the directors, and with reviews of those we think worth noting – for good and bad reasons!
Remember the good films, the bad films, and discover the ones you should be sure to see…


TheyStar Wars
• We revisit the original trilogy, anticipating its CGI-free DVD release. Plus 10 reasons why you just gotta love the originals, and what life is like for those post-Empire Stormtroopers…

Spike LeeSpike Lee
• The director discusses his move into more mainstream territory with his latest film Inside Man and how at this point in his career, he feels he’s got to break his own boundaries

TheyClerks II
• We meet the outspoken cult writer/director Kevin Smith as he frankly expounds on everything from anal surgery, his sex life to why he felt Clerks deserved a sequel.
Plus we speak to stars Jeff Anderson and Brian O’Halloran on growing up disgracefully

The Films of Kevin Smith
• We profile the career of the inimitable indie film-maker so far, including plot, background and iconic quotes, from his Clerks début to his most recent, and poorly received, Jersey Girl

Eva Longoria
• The diminutive beauty on ditching her Desperate Housewives image to show Michael Douglas and Kiefer Sutherland how to really handle a gun in the recent cop thriller The Sentinel

• Creator and executive producer Shaun Cassidy talks to us about natural disasters, alien life, human evolution and the DVD release of his now-cancelled tv show

  • Follow That Film
    The latest from behind the scenes of the independent film Rise of the Footsoldier

  • DVD Spotlight
    Brittany Murphy on her 10-year job on King of the Hill and voicing the 200th episode

  • The Last Word
    Kevin Smith alumni Jason Mewes discusses reprising his role of stoner Jay in Clerks II, finally moving out of Smith’s house and life post-rehab

  • Competition
    Your chance to win a fantastic Xbox 360 along with a pair of gravity boots and the copy of the brilliant new game, Prey!

All this and…
  • The latest movie, DVD and technology news and reviews, including James Cameron’s impressive directorial return after nearly a decade and Lost’s planned move from TV to cinema, plus our word on the new DVD and movie releases, including:
Global DVD reviews
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm –Season 5
  • Hostel
  • Miami Vice (the movie)
  • Silent Hill
  • Scary Movie 4
  • The Wire – Season 3
Region 1 DVD reviews
  • The Comeback
  • Commander in Chief – Part 1
  • Evil
  • Find Me Guilty
  • Talladega Nights: The Legend of Ricky Bobby
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre – Special Edition
Region 2 DVD reviews
  • Angel Heart – Special Edition
  • Crash – Director’s Cut
  • Lady in the Water
  • The Proposition
  • The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
  • Will & Grace – Season 8
Tech reviews
  • Toshiba 42WLT66
  • Archos AV 700 TV
Game reviews
  • Dead Rising
  • Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
  • Miami Vice

    This issue was produced in conjunction with Ultimate

Images taken from this issue are copyright or courtesy of: LucasFilms, The Weinstein Company

All other contents © Visual Imagination Ltd 2006. Not for reproduction

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