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VI DIRECT Catalog : Cult Times : Cult Times 1999

Cult Times #51, December 1999 Cult Times #51, December 1999
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Star Trek: Voyager – behind the scenes for Season Six's crafty episode 'Alice'. Farscape – Claudia Black interviewed. Doomwatch – Amanda Ooms on the Channel 5 version, plus Instant Guide to the '70s series. LEXX – Jeffrey Hirshfield, aka robot 790, gives us a head start. Stargate SG-1 – new worlds, old stories? We investigate the series' rise and rise. Plus: File Under on Deep Space Nine's Little Green Men, and TV highlights for the last month of 1999.
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Cult Times #50, November 1999 Cult Times #50, November 1999
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100-page celebration issue – with more features, a special film guide and a brief history of Cult Times. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Sarah Michelle Gellar (6-page feature) on the aftermath of Season 3, plus Harry Groener on the joys of Mayorhood. LEXX – Paul Donovan, the mind behind the twisted series. Stargate SG-1 – Producers Brad Wright and Jonathan Glasner on the still-smoking Season Three. Xena: Warrior Princess – changing fortunes examined. Star Trek: Voyager – Season 6 preview. Plus Edward Hardwicke on The Alchemists, Julie Caitlin Brown on Sliders, Jeffrey Combs on DSN, The Five Doctors on DVD...
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Cult Times #49, October 1999 Cult Times #49, October 1999
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Rene Auberjonois says goodbye to his shape-shifting Odo (5-page feature). Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Emma Caulfield, the demon Anya, on the evil that men do. Stargate SG-1: Don S Davis on getting General Hammond a piece of the action. Futurama – co-creator David X Cohen on 3000AD, Simpsons-style. Sliders – season five changes with Robert Locke. Plus Brooke Langton on The Net, File Under… Manhunt for Due South, Instant Guide to Total Recall 2070.
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Cult Times #48, September 1999 Cult Times #48, September 1999
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Short Supply

Buffy The Vampire Slayer's Angel, David Boreanaz, guides us through his final year in Sunnydale before his own series. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine finale season in the UK at last! We preview it and talk to Casey Biggs about shifting Cardassian fortunes. Crusade producer John Copeland on the series' brief explorations. Total Recall 2070 – stars Michael Easton and Karl Pruner on their spin-off. Instant Guide to Alien Nation, ten years on. Plus! Exclusive pull-put posters of Total Recall 2070 and the stars of Angel.
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Cult Times #47, August 1999 Cult Times #47, August 1999
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Stargate SG-1 – on location for Season Three with the intrepid space adventurers, now to be seen on UK terrestrial. Crusade – Gary Cole on commanding the Excalibur in JMS's spin-off series. Deep Space Nine – shape-shifting Dominion representative Salome Jens on the series' conclusion. LEXX – deadpan discussion with Kai (Michael McManus), the assassin and animated corpse. Plus our Instant Guide to the outrageous dark universe saga. Buffy – new Season 3 episodes on Sky 1 previewed!
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Cult Times #46, July 1999 Cult Times #46, July 1999
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Crusade – Peter Woodward on his short stint as the B5 spinoff's most intriguing character – technomage Galen – plus our Instant Guide. Millennium – Lance Henriksen speaks while the end is nigh. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Ira Steven Behr on ending in more positive circumstances. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Robia La Morte aka Ms Calendar on being deleted from the cast. Psi Factor – Barclay Hope on the more weird and wonderful aspects of life. Charmed – beginner's guide to the surprise hit.
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Cult Times #45, June 1999 Cult Times #45, June 1999
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Hercules – we make our own Legendary Journey through the series' history, and preview Season Five for the UK. Star Trek: Voyager – Garret Wang on five years of Harry Kim, from good behaviour to little rebel. Plus Deep Space Nine's Andrew J Robinson on the mysterious Garak. Earth: Final Conflict – David Hemblen helps us get a handle on presidential candidate Jonathan Doors. Plus: The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, Instant Guide to Brimstone, and Game on for a classic Avengers.
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Cult Times #44, May 1999 Cult Times #44, May 1999
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Star Trek: Voyager – Jeri Ryan and Kate Mulgrew share their thoughts on the latest series. Trey Parker and Matt Stone on the phenomenal success that is South Park, plus a guide to all the second season episodes. Earth: Final Conflict – Robert Leeshock looks forward to the future. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – we go head to head with Armin Shimerman, alias Principal Snyder.Plus this month's definitive instant guide, for Highlander: The Raven.
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Cult Times #43, April 1999 Cult Times #43, April 1999
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Short Supply

Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Alyson Hannigan on the bewitching Willow: also available in leather-clad vampire version. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's Jeffrey Combs on playing two villains, plus Voyager's Season 5 previewed for its UK premiere. Forever Knight – Nigel Bennett on the vampire LaCroix. Hercules & Xena – Bruce Campbell on playing Autolycus to both heroes. The Last Train – Nicola Walker chalks up a starring role in the post-apocalyptic ITV drama. Plus our Instant Guide to Red Dwarf.
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Cult Times #42, March 1999 Cult Times #42, March 1999
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Star Trek: Michael Dorn on his many years as Worf in Next Gen, DSN and the movies, including Insurrection. X-Files' sixth season previewed for its UK debut. Babylon 5 star Tracy Scoggins talks about her role in The River of Souls. Early Edition – making front-page news with Kyle Chandler interviewed. Earth: Final Conflict – interviews with newcomer Montse Viader and an Instant Guide. Plus Red Dwarf and X-Files posters – and news of Doctor Who productions...
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Cult Times #41, February 1999 Cult Times #41, February 1999
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Red Dwarf: Craig Charles, Robert Llewelyn, Chloλ Annett, Chris Barrie, Danny John-Jules preview series VIII. Star Trek: Insurrection – poster, plus Brent Spiner on corrupted Data. Earth: Final Conflict – Anita La Selva considers her dangerous alien Zo'or. Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Angel episode closely examined, plus poster. Catherine Schell remembers Space 1999. LEXX: slave to love Xenia Seeberg speaks. Instant Guide to Hercules. Channel Hopping: Seth Green pictured and Dalek stamps.
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Cult Times #40, January 1999 Cult Times #40, January 1999
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Short Supply

Star Trek: Insurrection – Jonathan Frakes on giving the Next Generation cast a new lease of life. Stars of new series for 1999 interviewed: Anthony Stewart Head (Rupert Giles, the Watcher) on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Von Flores (Sandoval) on Earth: Final Conflict, Renee O'Connor (Gabrielle) on Xena: Warrior Princess, and writer Chris Brancato discusses the latest breed of Earth invaders in First Wave. Plus the latest on LEXX, and DSN's Trials and Tribble-ations in focus.
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