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BOOK REVIEW – Aliens: The Set Photography by Simon Ward

By Marty Mulrooney

Aliens The Set Photography

Aliens: The Set Photography is a new hardback photography book that documents the making of director James Cameron’s 1986 science fiction classic Aliens. Released today in the UK (9th August 2016) by Titan Books to coincide with the film’s thirtieth anniversary, this beautiful tome takes fans behind-the-scenes for a ‘visual celebration’ that includes a wealth of never-before-seen pictures, along with a new interview with Carrie Henn (Newt) and new quotes from Jenette Goldstein (Vasquez).

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BOOK NEWS – James Cameron’s Titanic Re-release

Titan Books have reprinted the official James Cameron’s Titanic book to preempt the 3D release of the film and the centenary of the ship’s sinking. Initially published 15 years ago and written by Hollywood Screen-writer Ed Marsh, the bestselling book has been re-released with a 3D lenticular cover and 18 pages of new material. Read on to find out more and view a gallery of images provided by our friends at Titan Books!

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FILM REVIEW – Avatar (3D Version)

By Marty Mulrooney

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With Avatar having finally been released just under two weeks ago, Alternative Magazine Online decided we needed to give our readers the full lowdown on this cinematic milestone…

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FILM REVIEW – Terminator Salvation

By Marty MulrooneyTerminator_4

After seeing Terminator Salvation last night, I was somewhat lost for words (unusual for me I can assure you.) The state I was in as I drove home was made up of both positives and negatives, all of which raced through my mind in some kind of self-loathing, fan-boyish frenzy.  As a long time fan of the Terminator franchise (not including the extremely disappointing T3), I had high hopes for the latest installment, against my better judgement.

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