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Get 20% off subscriptions to Total Film and SFX magazines with this Black Friday deal

Total Film's The Rise of Skywalker cover
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Want the smartest movie analysis delivered straight to your doorstep? Want those reviews, features and exclusives for a bargain price? Well, you're in luck, as we're offering 20% off subscriptions to both Total Film and SFX magazines this Black Friday. All you need to do is head to this website and enter the code EVERYTHING20. Available until the 3rd of December.

Wondering why you should subscribe? Well, if the bounty of exclusives – including access to the cast of Star Wars: the Rise of Skywalker, Little Women, and Marriage Story (and that's all in the most recent issue of Total Film) – isn't enough to tempt you, then perhaps the stunning subscriber-exclusive covers will have you finally signing up for our sister publication's monthly mag.

For those wanting a magazine that focuses solely on science fiction, fantasy and horror, then SFX is perfect for you. The most recent issue saw the team interview the cast of The Witcher Netflix series and the BBC's latest groundbreaking series His Dark Materials. So, what are you waiting for, grab a subscription below! If not for yourself, then perhaps as a Christmas present for the cinephile in your family.

20% off a subscription to Total Film
Get the smarter movie magazine for as little as £1.87 an issue with our latest Black Friday deal. Use the code EVERYTHING20.View Deal

20% off a subscription to SFX magazine
Get the UK's premiere science-fiction magazine for 20% off with the code EVERYTHING20.View Deal

You can also get 20% off our gaming magazines Official PlayStation Magazine and Official Xbox Magazine with the same code. Head here for more details.

I'm the Entertainment Editor over here at GamesRadar+, bringing you all the latest movie and TV news, reviews and features. I look after all the Total Film and SFX articles that end up on the website and am in charge of their Twitter accounts. So if you see one of them suddenly Tweeting about Lord of the Rings being the best movie series of all time, that's probably me...