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“Being a generally male market (film magazines), such...”

Written on: 14/08/2006 by sallycrook (1 review written)

Being a generally male market (film magazines), such titles seem to be dumbed down to the FHM level. LittleWhiteLies does not insult your intelligence, and expects you to have at least been to school and finished your A-levels. It is a great addition to the magazine market, and it should elevate standards to bring male magazines into line with the Wallpapers and ID's of this world… Read Full Review

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“LittleWhiteLies (truth&movies) is a new independent...”

Written on: 08/06/2005 by unkleden (2 reviews written)

LittleWhiteLies (truth&movies) is a new independent film magazine which promises to deliver something more than a rash critique of the week's biggest blockbusters. Featuring dynamic, intellectual writing and a flair for design, this magazine proffers not just style, but substance too. The first issue, based on The Life Aquatic, splashed the film's surreal style across its face and internals, while issue 2 has captivated Rodriguez's Sin City panchromatic stlye with consummate ease - and a splash… Read Full Review

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