Putting the world’s most iconic spaceship on the front cover must have helped shift a few extra copies of Cinefex #37. But wait a second.
Jeremy Irons playing dead might seem an odd choice of picture for the front cover of a visual effects journal. All becomes clear when you
Cinefex #35 contains behind-the-scenes stories on two big films of the late 80s, although both front and back covers feature just one: Robert Zemeckis’s milestone
The cover of Cinefex #34 presents me with a problem. How do I describe the front cover without saying the name of the character out
We’ve been swindled! The front cover of Cinefex #33 doesn’t have any visual effects on it. It’s just a picture of some old geezer. Wait a
With its modest $13 million budget and domestic takings of over $50 million*, Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop was one of the big summer hits of 1987. Its