I don't know if anyone else subscribes to the magazine "Cinema Retro",it's been going for some while now in fact since Jan 2005 and its up to issue 35.The magazine covers in depth films of the '60s and '70s it is not a review of the DVD it is about the actual film the making of ,it's stars with numerous photos,stills and posters from said film.There is also special editions covering just one film in great depth.
The magazine is I believe available in some shops but I subscribe yearly to make sure I get my copy.Its £20 for the uk different for other countries.
I think it's well worth the money as you don't get lots of silly reviews of everyday film fodder in the cinemas at present.
There is also a web site and may I suggest it's worth a look.
Obviously magazines are not for everyone but these days with magazines on line and usually full of DVDs and games this is a refreshing magazine for anyone with an interest in movies of the 60s and 70s.
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The top pic is the last three issues
Next are two bound files with magazines
The bottom two are special editions of the magazine dealing with one film or one subject the last being spy girls.
In the issue with Bruce Lee on front there is a photo of a pile of 35mm cans for "when eight bells toll".
As I said not for everyone but for those who remember abc film review,photoplay,and films and filming,which reminds me must dig them all out of storage for a look,a good magazine.📽📽📽📽