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sfx special editions We know you ain’t afraid no ghost. So keep ‘ em peeled for the shimmering spectral form of our Ghostbusters special, made to celebrate the 30th birthday of the original movies. Across 164 pages, The Complete SFX Guide To Ghostbusters looks at the making of both films and even the spin off series, interviews cast and crew, and looks ahead to the third movie. Plus, we reveal the winner of our recent spookiest ghost poll... Point your web browser to www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk to grab a copy of this or our earlier specials, which include The Ultimate Guide To Horror and The Complete Guide To X- Men. total film
Every month SFX’s sister magazine Total Film offers fantastic coverage of all aspects of the movies. The latest issue, on sale now, is the Massive Winter Preview. Daniel Radcliffe draped in Juno Temple and a snake on the cover proves his new movie Horns, based on the ace Joe Hill novel, is miles away from Harry Potter. Meanwhile inside you’ll find pages and pages of exclusives, including Brad Pitt in Fury, Robert Downey Jr in The Judge and some lovely Hobbity goodness. Find Total Film on the newsstand, or on your digital device.
As you know, SFX is available on digital platforms. These include Newsstand for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, Zinio, Google Play and Barnes & Noble Nook. Prices are the same across all digital providers, only the free trial periods are different. On Apple Newsstand it’s possible to get two free issues of SFX when you sign up for a trial sub, and iPad editions often come with additional video links including an intro from the editor – until he runs out of decent t- shirts, at least. iOS users can download 1995’ s SFX issue one as well! Visit http://bit.ly/SFXDeviceLinks for some subscription links, or check out page 32 to see our great print and digital bundle deals.