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Super

ProMore varied features now, good value for money

ConsSometimes verges on the ridiculous

Heat is probably not a magazine I would have ever picked off a shelf and made the decision to buy. Unfortunately I got sucked into doing just that, and have done every Tuesday for heaven knows how many weeks, ever since getting a free copy with a newspaper I bought at WHSmith. Well I think that...

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“say what”

published 05/10/2001

Procheap, fun, not taxing

Consadvertising

Heat magazine, you've seen the adverts on TV claiming "the greater the iq, the greater the need for gossip". I saw them, and I have to say my response was a cynical my a**e, and a flick of the switch. Stange then that on its relaese every tuesday morning, Im there in my newsagent with itching...

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ProGet to drool over Bradd Pitt

Consnone really

Ok. I’ll put my hands up and admit it. I’ve been sucked in. The marketing guys and gals down at Heat Magazine Headquarters have done their job nicely. They reeled me in hook line and sinker and yes I fell for it! February 9-15 edition displayed “Pop Idol Special Issue”...

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Excellent

“Heat magazine”

published 01/03/2003

ProFull of gossip, cheap, it's weekly, lots of promot...

ConsNone

Heat is a weekly gossip magazine, costing £1.45, I think mainly directed towards females of the younger generation, but even male pensioners would be partial to this! My friend's 90 year-old great grandmother has a subscription to this and reads it from cover to cover religiously, so there you go...

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Excellent

ProFantastic magazine

Conscan't find the subscription form for it

Heat magazine is the best magazine i have come across in a long time for celebrity gossip. It beats the backside off Hello and Ok and it is even better than Now magazine. Why i hear you say! ******************* Well this magazine is produced weekley for the bargain price of £1.45, i get it every...

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Not for me

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Conspointless gossip, celebrity worship, no real repor...

Heat magazine is a women's glossy that is released on a weekly basis. It costs £1.65 for one issue, and it quite long for a weekly magazine measuring in at just under 150 pages. It is primarily what I would call a gossip magazine. There are no articles, reports, or news stories. No real life or...

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“The Heat is on”

published 12/06/2002

Propacked full of gossip and celebs

ConsNot really groundbreaking journalism, a lot of ads

Where can you find out all the latest Big brother news, or which celebs are secretly dating?, if you’re a gossip addict like me then heat should be your first stop. Heat magazine is one of the newer gossip magazines and is a bit like the younger cheekier brother of Hello magazine. Heat recently...

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“It's getting hot in here...”

published 08/01/2004

ProUp to date celeb gossip, TV Listings

ConsCost, no 'real-life' articles

I'm not sure how I managed without heat, Closer and NOW magazines for my doses of celeb gossip ! This is a review of 'heat' but all three are fairly similar, with each having it's own positive and negative aspects. Who would buy ? In my opinion, heat magazine doesn't have a particular target...

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Excellent

Protrashy, gossip, fashion, celebrity goofs, price

ConsYour man may steal it!

Hot, damn hot, hotter than a snakes ass……… I have to admit I really am a classic sucker for gossip. Real trashy gossip. I think it’s probably a girl thing, but I have noticed my boyfriend taking a rather long look at a few of my mags. I came across heat (now if a was a man...

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“Does it make you hot?”

published 16/07/2004

ProNot hard on the brain cells

ConsIt can be read very quickly!

Well, for those of you that are uninitiated, Heat (or maybe we should use its correct title of "heat", without a capital H - apparently it is trendy not to use capital letters these days!) is a "with it" magazine, definitely aimed at women rather than men (unless your a man who is likely to go ga...

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“Getting all steamed up”

published 26/06/2003

Proits fun and light-hearted

Consits so stupid and mindless, its not even true

Those of you who know me (actually that's none of you) will know that there's nothing I love more than a good gossip. Even better if it comes in a handy package with droolworthy pictures of celebrities, fashion to die for, a TV guide and my horoscope all for a pocket-lightening £1.45. I am...

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“Turn up the HEAT !”

published 22/02/2005

ProGreat TV reviews, celeb goss, honest interviews.

ConsThere'll be no lunch made until you've read the wh...

Heat is a weekly magazine packed full of celebrity news, reviews and shopping tips for the young and trendy. I'm not young and certainly not trendy but I can't wait for Tuesdays to get to get my weekly fix of hot gossip. Sad, I know,but who cares.....ITS GREAT. My daughter , who's 21, loves this...

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Not for me

ProUnfortunately NONE

ConsTacky ,trivial and poorly written

You have to wonder why this magazine is called Heat. Heat can be considered to inflame passion and this it certainly did with me. I have not felt so inflamed with dislike about anything as much for a long time. Heat is also a source of warmth but there is so little warmth from Heat magazine to...

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Excellent

“I need HEAT!”

published 03/08/2004

Proenjoyable reading

Consnot enough gossip sometimes.

I just absolutely love Heat! I buy it most of the time, I'm not going to sit her a type that I buy it every week, because I don't. But i love reading about celebrities and what they have been up to good and bad. In heat you get a lot of different things, ranging from Interviews, gossips...

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Excellent

“The Daddy of all celeb mags”

published 31/12/2006

ProJam packed full of celebs, tv and fashion

ConsCan be a bit obsessed with Big Bro wannabes

Heat Magazine is arguably the original weekly trashy celeb mag. Taking a slightly more sarcastic, tongue in cheek approach than the like of the predecessors "Ok" and "Hello" Heat is a amagazine that girls will love and guys will secretly sneak a peak of then deny it later. It's currently £1.65...

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