Maxing out at over 70 pages, issue 10 is the best yet, featuring J.J. Abrams’ fantastic new monster movie Cloverfield. With an in-depth timeline, looking at all the important events since its creation only February last year, and the plethora of online viral marketing. We review the film too.
Also on the cinematic side of life, we’ve got opinions on the latest and greatest films of 2008 including The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Be Kind Rewind, cult Spanish horror film [REC], No Country for Old Men and new Britflick horror/comedy The Cottage.
To mark the glory of film, we have a special art spread, taking a look at some of the finest films and cult images through the eyes of cell shading.
Moving to music, we talk to Long Beach’s finest new talent We Barbarians, also reviewing them mesmerising debut EP. Hot property Operator Please’s debut also gets the critical eyes alongside new albums from Lightspeed Champion, Vampire Weekend, Hot Chip and These New Puritans.
With season 4 of LOST impending, we’ve got the lowdown on the mysteries you should be looking to solve plus for you gamers, PS2 classic Okami, now due for Wii, is given some overdue space. With the PSP dragging its heels, we see if Jeanne D’Arc is the game to get it back on track, plus we go drumming on the DS.
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