Visimag home page
About Us
Cult Times
Film Review
Movie Idols
Shivers
Starburst
TV Zone
Ultimate DVD
The Works
Xposé
Links
Shopping Info
Film Byte Archive
VI jobs

BlackStar.co.uk - The UK's Biggest Video Store


SEARCH
for your own topics
Go to USA site Readers in USA click here

Go to UK/World siteElsewhere click here

Image copyright: see contents page of each issue. All other material © Visual Imagination 1998 - 2005
Welcome to visimag.com
Starburst Back to starburst MainPage Contents Buy this issue from UK/World site Buy this issue from USA $ site
Contents Buy this issue from UK/World site Buy this issue from USA $ site

Feature: Preview 2006

Coming up…

2006 is already shaping up to be a blockbuster year, and we preview 12 films to watch out for…

Including:

Superman Returns
You’ll believe a man can fly… again. Superman shocks the world by suddenly appearing back on Earth after a long hiatus that left Mankind to fend for itself. So begins a journey of redemption.
Does this sound familiar? Four films about the same character, the first two great, the third so-so, and the fourth loathed by critics and fans alike. The character in question wasn’t seen again for years until something quite remarkable happened…
Take one of the most beloved comic-book heroes of all time, whose celluloid career was considered to have run its course years back. Give all the elements within the origins framework, a spanking new design with a fresh new lead in the middle of it all, and stand back…

V for Vendetta
The graphic novel by David Lloyd and Alan Moore is brought to life by Matrix director James McTeigue, and tells the story of a masked warrior known as V (Hugo Weaving) who threatens the security of an Orwellian, dystopian Britain.
With its original opening date pushed way back due to the July 7th bombing of the London Underground, this film has the ‘terrorist’ theme potentially working against it, but also a cult following of the graphic book baying for its release, and indeed controversy equals publicity, however sad the circumstances.

Cars
Pixar’s seventh feature film follows an ambitious racing car – did you spot the clue? – called Lightning McQueen, who gets lost on his way to win his biggest race yet.
Based on first impressions of theme and dialogue, this looks and sounds like it could be the most ‘kiddie’ Pixar film since A Bug’s Life, but any new release from the studio is still reason to expect something special. After all, films about wardrobe monsters or a fish searching for his son might have sounded too childish on the tin, but were anything but…

There's more on what's coming, including X-Men 3, Perfume, The Da Vinci Code, Final Destination 3, Underworld: Evolution in
Starburst Special #72

Image © Visual Imagination
Feature © Visual Imagination 2005. Not for reproduction

Taken from
Starburst Special #72, see below for ordering options
Starburst Special #72
Yearbook 2005
ships from Nov 3 2005
News-stand Price

UK £5.99 / US $9.99

VI Direct Click on one of the choices below to buy
.
Buy it now!

VI DIRECT
Stores Info

You can order any of
our magazines via this
secure service.
To buy this issue:

Jump to UK £ entry for this issue
UK/World order
Jump to US $ entry for this issue
USA $ order

To SUBSCRIBE to
STARBURST, use these
links to our stores:

Jump to UK £ entry for this issue
UK/World subs
Jump to US $ entry for this issue
USA $ subs
Visimag.com logo