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Well made but long, pfft!
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I agree terdnthepoolggb, I must say I did like the magazine a lot overall but i did at times think that the reviewers were a bunch of muppets.

I remember they rated - death wish 3 a 1 out of 5 and also - the delta force a 1 out Of 5 and if that wasn't annoying enough you would then get some artsy fartsy brit period flick (where everyone talks through there noses) come along and it would get high fives across the board!

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Here's a few pics from vintage film magazines that I have picked up of late with above being the outer cover of Film Review December 1982 featuring the Burt Reynolds Dolly Parton musical comedy The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas + Spielberg's E.T.


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A cool black and white ad of the awesome Stephen King anthology Creepshow with its rather wicked looking artwork stating that it will be playing all over London from the 21st of November 1982.


(Below) Also from the same edition (Dec 1982 Film Review) another pic of Dolly from The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas plus a black and white ad for the highly entertaining horror sequel Amityville 2 The Possession starring Burt Young,Rutanya Alda and the beautifulI Diane Franklin.


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(Above) the front cover of Photoplay Movies & Video magazine November 1984 featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger in Conan The Destroyer plus the late great popstar Prince In Purple Rain.


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(Inside) another ad that caught my eye for the 1984 erotic drama Bolero starring the stunning Bo Derek and also featuring the great George Kennedy it was a Cannon Films production which was shot by Bo's husband John Derek.

Never seen it before but would like to despite it picking up worst picture that year at the golden raspberry awards!


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And lastly from the same edition is the very beautiful Maria Conchita Alonso who appeared in that months release of the 1984 Paul Mazursky comedy Moscow On The Hudson with the much missed comedy genius Robin Williams.

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Love the pics warrior, thanks for sharing!

Like all the films you mentioned but Bolero is actually pretty dull despite the Bo Derek / Olivia d’Abo nudity.

Alonso is stunning in Moscow on the Hudson.

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March 1987 edition of Video Hits magazine which you could sometimes pick up for free or just a few pennies from your local video rental shop back in the day.

Front cover features Kathleen Turner,(below) a centre spread advertisement for the wacky looking sci-fi adventure The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai starring Peter Weller,Jeff Goldblum,John Lithgow etc.


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And lastly a look back at previous titles including Killer Party,Choices,Lorca And The Outlaws,Fever Pitch,Class Of Nuke 'Em High,Spookiest,Silver Bullet and House.


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(Above) front cover for Film Review May 1983 featuring Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie plus Faye Dunaway in Michael Winner's The Wicked Lady with reviews included for Sophie's Choice,The Beast Master and Best Friends Starring Burt Reynolds and Goldie Hawn.


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(Above) A 2 page spread for the excellent Sydney Pollack comedy Tootsie starring Dustin Hoffman,Jessica Lange,Terri Garr plus the always awesome Bill Murray.


(Below) A full page ad for the excellent Bronson thriller 10 To Midnight with it stating that it plays in the West End and all over London from April the 21st 1983.


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