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    First
    issue in
    1989
       EMPIRE Highslide JS

    - Covers mainstream movies.
    - Huge and glamorous magazine like the movies in its pages. Looks great and smells wonderfully thanks to perfume ads. Offers free gifts, like books, tapes and CDs
    - 200+ color A4 pages.

    First issue:
    1989
       FILM MONTHLY Highslide JS

    - The British Photoplay changed name in 1989, after 40 years of publication and became Film Monthly.

    Last issue:
    1992
    First issue:
    1954
       FILMS AND FILMING Highslide JS

    - Articles and reviews.
    - Editor: Allen Eyeles. Published by Hansom Books
    - In its original form ceased publication with the June 1980 issue.
    - It was revived over a year later, in October 1981, by Brevet Publishing Ltd (incorporating FOCUS ON FILM.)
    -From 1985 it was published by Orpheus Publications (incorporating FILMS ON SCREEN AND VIDEO.)
    - Since April 1990 incorporated in Film Review.

    Last issue:
    1990
    First issue:
    2000
       HOTDOG Highslide JS

    - New and classic films.
    - Editor: Richard Sutcliffe.

    Last issue:
    2006
    First issue:
    1992
       PREMIERE UK Highslide JS

    - The UK version of US Premiere.
    - There is also a Czech , a French , a Russian , and a Portugese version.

    Last issue:
    1998
    First
    issue in
    1991
       SIGHT AND SOUND Highslide JS

    - General cinema.
    - Took its present form in May 1991 with the incorporation of Monthly Film Bulletin. Prior to that it was published quarterly.
    - Half the magazine contains great articles on various topics and the other half has the film reviews for the contemporary releases. I especially like the full synopsis given for every movie: No surprises when you 're watching The Crying Game for the first time.
    - Published by the British Film Institute.
    - Monthly, 70 colour pages in A4 format.

    First
    issue in
    1997
       TOTAL FILM Highslide JS

    - Editor: Emma Cochrane.

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