Interview Magazine

Interview Magazine

The ultimate pop culture magazine. We bring you up close and personal with the biggest celebrities that are shaping pop culture for today & tomorrowfrom the world of movies, music and fashion.Interview Magazine is meant for discerning readers like you who want hardcore interviews and artistic photos of the newest faces on the road to fame. Created by the legendary Andy Warhol back in the 1970s, the magazine continues to realize his vision. Many of the interviewers are celebrities themselves, all

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  1. 23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally something fresh., June 9, 2004
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    H3@+h “Over 1500 reviews!” (thanks for the helpful review votes) –
    This review is from: Interview Magazine (Magazine)
    I know “Interview” has been around awhile, but I just recently got into it. In short, if you’re into the arts, it’s your magazine. It touches on music, movies, fashion, and everything inbetween. And often the interviews of celebrities are done by other celebs, like “Jim Jarmusch” doing a Q&A with “The White Stripes”, just like they’re sitting in a room chatting, very casual. I like that. Also the photography is tops, and often takes up the whole page (good mini-posters). They’re good about not exposing the same old people too, lots of fresh faces, usually cool. Hey, if it’s good enough for “Andy Warhol”, it can’t be bad, huh?

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  2. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Magazine, November 2, 2004
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    Anthony M. Amato (Durham, NC) –
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    This review is from: Interview Magazine (Magazine)
    Interview is a small magazine with big ambitions. All the latest news in entertainment, fashion, and politics can be found within it’s colorful pages. The photography is amazing, and grand in scale, although the magazine is packed full of ads (which are equally as colorful I might add). This is NOT entertainment weekly- Interview is the indi-film of magazines, and the people and films it covers are not usually those found in typical magazines. Instead of focusing on the actor du jour, Interview covers the up & coming, the soon to be, and the undiscovered. The interview formats are fascenating and unique, as most are done by celebrities, of celebrities. If one is looking for typical hollywood gossip, Warhol’s masterpiece is not for them. At such a cheap price, Interview is a gem that is yet undiscovered by many. I highly recommend it!

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  3. 31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    No Magazines for Subscribers, February 7, 2010
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    Mister H (LA, CA) –
    This review is from: Interview Magazine (Magazine)
    Interview has been hit with a number of production problems over the last couple of years. The dual editors Glenn O’Brien and Fabien Baron coulnd’t agree on content so Baron leaves in January of 09. Art directors M/M Paris come in for three issues but leave when they aren’t paid. O’Brienn leaves in the summer of ’09 and Baron comes back. The result? Well, the magazine never comes on time (up to 2 Months late, if at all!) There is also a lot of doubling up the months, instead of October and November issues there is one October/November issue combo, same with December and January.
    And this is written on February 7, and still no February issue of the magazine has been mailed.
    So subscribe at your own risk, because who knows if Interview is going to be around long enough to fulfill your subscription. And at $6 an issue, it is really not worth buying it on the newsstand.

    And to update, it is now March 15 and I have received no February issue OR March issue.
    Here is Interview’s response:
    “We regret to inform you that our February issue will be delivered late
    due to production delays.
    Please allow until March 10, 2010 for delivery of this issue.
    We are sorry for the inconvenience this has caused.

    Second Update: May 2nd
    No February Issue. No March Issue. No April Issue. No May issue.
    Called up Interview and cancelled my subscription and demanded a full refund for services not rendered.

    FINAL UPDATE: I asked for a complete refund and GOT IT! They are a lot faster mailing out their refund checks than their magazine!!!!!

    So again, do not waste your money on a subscription to Interview- you will not be mailed any magazines.

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