Started reading one called True Crime, its basically just about crimes and criminals, it has a few pages on the subject complete with photos (So far its covered like Jesse James, John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde) and some of the photos used are really good too, interesting to see.
Also started reading this which I got for Christmas
Cinema Now examines the work and key themes of 60 filmmakers working around the world today, from the cream of the crop of young Hollywood to the new wave of Asian mavericks to burgeoning auteurs from Europe and Latin America. Watch Pedro Almodovar at work. Immerse yourself in the stunning imagery of Wong Kar-Wai. Feel the emotional impact of the films of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Carlos Reygadas. Live in the strange worlds of Guy Maddin, Matthew Barney, and Tsai Ming-Liang. Cinema Now is packed with stunning full-color photos and exclusive on-set photography supplied by the filmmakers, and even comes with a supplementary DVD containing exclusive short films, extracts, trailers, and much more.
So far so good, the photos are stunning, just read the part about Darren Aronofsky, which focused more on The Fountain. Wont take long to read and then I'll have to check out the DVD and of course it has already given me films to add to my to see list.