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FAN THE FIRE Magazine #36 - October 2010

FAN THE FIRE Magazine #36 - October 2010

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The October 2010 issue of FAN THE FIRE Magazine is out now featuring an interview with Neon Indian, features on L.E.D. Festival and Jamaica, Kings Of Leon, Chromeo, The Young Veins, Fenech-Soler and Gold Panda album reviews, The Debt, Monte Carlo and Jackass 3-D previews, Heroes Of The Decade feature, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Monsters, Let Me In and I’m Still Here reviews, art by Anthony Ausgang, Henrietta Harris and Laurent Nivalle and style by Olivia Lorraine Tran, Barrie Hullegie and Tamara Lichtenstein, plus much more.
The October 2010 issue of FAN THE FIRE Magazine is out now featuring an interview with Neon Indian, features on L.E.D. Festival and Jamaica, Kings Of Leon, Chromeo, The Young Veins, Fenech-Soler and Gold Panda album reviews, The Debt, Monte Carlo and Jackass 3-D previews, Heroes Of The Decade feature, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Monsters, Let Me In and I’m Still Here reviews, art by Anthony Ausgang, Henrietta Harris and Laurent Nivalle and style by Olivia Lorraine Tran, Barrie Hullegie and Tamara Lichtenstein, plus much more.

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ISSUE #36 // OCTOBER 2010
 FAN THE FIRE
NEON INDIAN INTERVIEW KINGS OF LEON ANDCHROMEO ALBUM REVIEWSTHE DEBT ANDRESTLESS PREVIEWS WALL STREET: MONEYNEVER SLEEPS REVIEW LET ME IN REVIEW  ART BY ANTHONY AUSGANGSTYLE BYBARRIE HULLEGIEOLIVIA LORRAINE TRAN GOES ABIT SILENCE OF THE LAMBS ON US
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 FAN THE FIRE
OCTOBER 2010
EDITOR’S LETTER
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ar a couple still let to premiere(most notably AMC’s
Te Walk-ing Dead 
), the rst round o new all US V shows have all madetheir debuts, but unortunately thebiggest news so ar is the rapid demiseo the most promising series.With new shows, the rst weekis all-important. It’s all well and goodwowing critics and the public alike,but unless enough o them tune in onweek one, there’s little hope or recov-ery. About a conman trying to turn hislie around and stay the right side o the law, Robert Allen leads a doublelie in two states, he’s in love with twowomen and the lies he’s told along theway are starting to catch up with him.Te premise is intriguing enough,but it took the rst episode or
LoneStar
to really show its potential. Tepilot was mature and heartelt, won-derully directed by Marc Webb andater the rst 45 minutes you alreadyelt amiliar with, and connected to,James Wolk in the lead role. Unortu-nately little over 4m viewers tuned into see it.For a show to not lose viewersin its second week is rare. o pick upmore, is almost unheard o, but that’swhat
Lone Star
needed to do. “For us tosurvive we’re going to have to pull o aminor miracle. Statistically, new showstend to lose viewers in their secondweek. We’re aiming to gain them. Inact, screw it, let’s just double our audi-ence. Te good news is, our audiencewas so small that i my mom ANDmy dad watch it we’ll pretty much bethere,” joked series creator Kyle Killen.Week two it did 3.2m, and sadly Foxcancelled it very shortly ater.Hopeully Killen is given moreopportunities even i Lone Star isdeemed a ailure, but it’s unortunatein today’s entertainment industry howquickly success or ailure is judged.Cross your ngers the likes o 
 No Ordi-nary Family
and
Undercovers
are giventhe time they need to nd an audienceotherwise entertaining new dramaswill be very light on the ground thisyear, while dreary comedies like
Run-ning Wilde
and more standard ayre
Chase
and
 Blue Blood 
will rules thewaves without remotely pushing theboundaries o what a great V seriescan do.
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