#50 (Mar 2014)

It’s our 50th issue and, to commemorate the occasion, we tried to do something different for our cover. We tried to change our logo, the look… we even tried changing the title (proof below). After one too many tries, one of our colleagues commented, “Why change something just for the sake of changing when it has served us well throughout the years!”

We kicked his butt, and he’s now begging on the streets.

We are kidding, of course he`s very much alive and running more errands than ever. As you can see, nothing much has changed except for some minor editorial-page tweaks which our easily bored creative director loves doing for every issue, anyway. So really, nothing has changed in that sense.

Welcome to our 50th issue! We`re still around, naysayers.

And we still have the same old exclusive goodies for you. As usual, we had to risk our dear lives talking to pretty dudes Chris Evans (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and James McAvoy (Filth and X-Men: Days of Future Past), and bad boys Colin Farrell (Saving Mr. Banks) and Dominic Cooper (Need For Speed). It seems they have hordes of fans on both sides of the fence who are ready to attack anyone remotely sexy who gets too close to their idols, much less talk to them. Oh, and there were muscled warriors with ancient warships on standby too when we spoke to the lead actors on the set of 300: Rise Of An Empire! How scary!

Of course, with awards season finally winding down, we thought we`d chip in with our favourite films and cinematic moments of 2013, in our very own F*** Awards! Find out who made the list, and please note our judges` decision is final. Our advice for dissatisfied / violent fans is to take a deep breath and go look at pictures of cats, or something.

That`s all!

Have fun f***ing, erm, flipping (we simply love this word, it`s so connotative) and see you at the movies!

Royston Loh

Check out the section covers inside this issue:

Giant Posters:

#50 is out on newsstands now!
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