In Review

New Empress Magazine stocked at the BFI

by Helen Cox 16 April 2011

In addition to being stocked in Wardour News in Soho as of 3pm on 16th April 2011 you’ll be able to pick up a copy at the British Film Institute   (BFI) shop on the Southbank in London. The BFI houses a world-renowned archive of TV and film so the fact that they’ve given New [...]

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New Empress Magazine stocked in Soho

by Helen Cox 14 April 2011

Those of you without a paypal account will be pleased to know that New Empress Magazine is now being stocked in Soho (London). Wardour News are magazine specialists and have chosen our magazine to be stocked amongst their current range of titles. Wardour News can be found at 118/120 Wardour Street. Magazine enthusiasts will, no [...]

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In Review: Essential Killing (2010)

by Phil Guy 13 April 2011

By Phil Guy Skolimowski’s latest endeavor aligns itself with recent films 127 Hours (2010) and The Road (2009) in that it seeks to explore human perseverance – both physical and psychological – in the face of absolute hopelessness. The Road had a doomed protagonist in post-Apocalyptic America, 127 Hours featured a mountain climber trapped alone [...]

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Teenage Wasteland: Special Reader Discount!

by Helen Cox 24 March 2011

To celebrate the launch of New Empress Magazine, New Holland Publishers are rather kindly offering a special discount on the much-coveted title: Teenage Wasteland: The Slasher Movie Uncut by J.A. Kerswell .

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In Review: Battle Los Angeles

by Mike Richardson 23 March 2011

By Mike Richardson There plenty of films out there based on existing video games but Battle: Los Angeles (or Battle LA if you haven’t got the time for full place names) plays out more like a film inspired by a video game yet to come into being.

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In Review: Troll 2 / Best Worst Movie

by Helen Cox 21 March 2011

By Helen Cox Last month I was inducted into a cult. A cult of green goop and erotic corn on the cob. A cult of frighteningly cheerful grandfathers, spontaneously dancing sisters and mothers who appear, by that wild look in their eye, to be high as a kite: the cult of Troll 2.

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In Review: The Adjustment Bureau (2011)

by Mike Richardson 18 March 2011

By Mike Richardson Is the new Matt Damon vehicle The Adjustment Bureau as farcical as its title? Mike Richardson reports… It’s a lazy reviewer who likens a film to two other films, and it’s an even lazier advertiser who does the same. With The Adjustment Bureau (aka “Bourne meets Inception”) the sin of laziness is [...]

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Unveiled: The Final Front Cover for Issue One

by Helen Cox 10 March 2011

Grace Kelly is the first face to er…grace the front cover of New Empress Magazine .

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