Introducing Total Film's Shiny New YouTube Channel

Exclusive interviews, clips, trailers and more

Say hello to your brand new Total Film YouTube channel.

Over the last few months, we've been sourcing more exclusives and creating more original video content than ever before, and with our YouTube subscriber number now nudging over 10k (hoorah!), there's no better time to sign up to our all-new, all-improved YouTube channel.

Not only will you get interviews with some of the hottest stars on the planet (talking about everything from wanting to star in Star Wars: Episode VII to career retrospectives, and exclusive commentaries to some of your favourite movies), but you'll get regular doses of Total Film spoiler-casts (where we discuss the ups and downs of the year's biggest blockbusters), behind-the-scenes set tours, and a host of exclusive movie clips, featurettes and much more.

You can check out some of the highlights below, head over to the channel direct, or subscribe by clicking the button below.

 

 

And if you like what you see there, then feel free to Like and Follow us over at our Google+, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr pages.

And this is only the beginning - keep your eyes peeled for a host of exciting new videos coming your way very, very soon...

 

Comments

    • ilikescifi

      Aug 10th 2013, 12:34

      does it have a section for trailers?

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    • Ali1748

      Aug 10th 2013, 21:29

      Cool beans.

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    • GarthMarenghi

      Aug 11th 2013, 15:19

      Good stuff. I really enjoy those little career retrospective videos you guys do, so it's nice to see you upping your online presence and putting more effort into it to compete with all the opinionated film blogs directly. The immediacy and lack of journalistic integrity on those sites gives a quick fix, but nothing can match the experience of getting a new issue of a proper magazine each month and devouring it from cover to cover. Nevertheless, as I said, the way the world is now you need to keep up with the digital world to stay ahead of these fat American twonks tapping away in their mothers' basements.

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    • Ali1748

      Aug 12th 2013, 20:17

      Jesus Christ Garth is that really necessary?

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    • ilikescifi

      Aug 13th 2013, 4:34

      Garth needs to get out of the basement more often

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    • ilikescifi

      Aug 13th 2013, 4:42

      Garth makes a great point tho (from the basement), and someone else on the google play site mentioned that TF hasn't expanded it's experience through the web and tablet mags, it's merely duplicated itself across platforms. for me the highlights of the youtube channel are the 30 minute videos that offer a bit more depth

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