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Special Issue #67 • ships from Jul 31 2007
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

In 148 packed pages…

Director Zack Snyder discusses bringing Frank Miller’s graphic novel to the big screen and his surprise at the film’s popularity
• We also meet the cast, including stars Gerard Butler and Lena Headey who tell us how they prepared for bloody battle
• Plus the special effects team reveal their technical tricks and the challenges of shooting the entire film on blue screen..

Terrifying eyes28 Weeks Later
• Spanish director Juan Carlos Fresnaillo discusses why he was so apprehensive about taking on the mantle from Danny Boyle for the London-based zombie sequel
• Plus star Robert Carlyle reveals why his role as a flesh-eating zombie gave him headaches rather than turning his stomach…

Enjoying the sun…Sunshine
• We meet with director Danny Boyle, writer Alex Garland and star Cillian Murphy as they discuss their apocalyptic vision of the future where the Sun is close to being extinguished…

A bloody good time!Rome
• We step back in time to visit the Ancient Empire in all its bloody glory for one last time, and bid farewell to the hit show as we talk to cast and crew

Al Pacino
• The screen icon reveals why he’ll always want to return to his independent film roots…

The Shooter
• Director Antoine Fuqua discusses taking on the White House in his latest action thriller…

• TV comedy duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb discuss leaving the small screen behind for their first cinematic outing…

Cagney & Lacey
• TV star Sharon Gless takes us back to the ’70s as she reflects back on the groundbreaking cop show

Straight to DVD
• Why a film heading ‘straight to DVD’ no longer holds the stigma it once did…

  • The Last Word
    Nicolas Cage on fulfilling a childhood dream when he landed the role of comic book hero Jonny Blaze in Ghost Rider
All this and…
  • The latest movie, DVD and technology news and reviews, including news on all the great titles hitting DVD in the run-up to Christmas, how Troy has received the Director’s Cut treatment, the hottest extras on the latest US TV shows, more tried and tested hardware, plus our word on the new DVD and movie releases, including:
HD DVD reviews
  • Batman Begins
  • Children of Men
  • The Fountain
  • The Matrix Trilogy
  • Pirates of the Caribbean I & II
  • Planet Earth
Global DVD reviews
  • 28 Weeks Later
  • Black Snake Moan
  • Blades of Glory
  • Ghost Rider
  • Letters from Iwo Jima
  • Sunshine
Region 1 DVD reviews
  • Bridge to Terbithia
  • The Dead Zone
  • Fracture
  • Pacino: An Actor’s Vision
  • Primeval
  • Reno! 911 Miami
Region 2 DVD reviews
  • Black Book
  • Catch a Fire
  • Ghost Whisperer
  • The Illusionist
  • A Prairie Home Companion
  • Running With Scissors
  • Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix
  • Transformers
Tech reviews
  • Panasonic TX-32LXD70 LCD TV
  • Toshiba SD-P1900 portable DVD player
Game reviews
  • The Darkness
  • Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
  • Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia
  • Shadowrun

    This issue was produced in conjunction with Ultimate

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