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VI DIRECT Catalog : Cult Times : Cult Times Specials 10 - 19

Cult Times Special #19, Prequels 2001 Cult Times Special #19, Prequels 2001
(Reference #CS19)
Looking forward to the past with Enterprise, Smallville and more, as two exciting new series examine the background to the Superman and Star Trek legends. Smallville – The latest teen-orientated fantasy series from the network that brought us Buffy and Roswell. Enterprise – The hotly-anticipated ‘prequel’ to the Star Trek franchise. PLUS: We step back and look at the history behind the day-to-day life of all your Cult Television heroes, with features and interviews on ever-popular series such as Angel, Charmed, Roswell and the X-Files. Some hypothetical new spin-offs (That 70's Slayer, anyone?) are outlined. There's also a regular listings-style episode guide to Charmed and a fantastic fold-out poster of Farscape's Chiana (Gigi Edgley).
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Cult Times Special #18, Summer - 100 Episodes of Buffy 2001 Cult Times Special #18, Summer - 100 Episodes of Buffy 2001
(Reference #CS18)
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Buffy 100 – after 100 episodes, we chose a century's worth of the best moments from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, in 8 sections. Dark Angel – Producer Charles Eglee on the series, aided by Jessica Alba (see also Cult Times #69). Invisible Man – former Stargate man Jonathan Glassner on taking the helm into Season 2. Farscape – After Season 2's upheavals, will they make it as far as 100 episodes? Buffy & Stargate SG-1 music – Joel Goldsmith on following father's footsteps with SG-1, plus Four Star Mary on playing gigs for Buffy. Roswell – Episode guide to the opening two years, plus the series' genesis and rise. The X-Files at 100 – after Mulder's faked death: an in-depth look at Season 5's Redux. Star Trek: The Next Generation – In TNG's centennial, there was war afoot... Plus a huge old-out poster of Miss Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) Summers honouring her century.
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Cult Times Special #17, Spring - 50 Feisty Females II 2001 Cult Times Special #17, Spring - 50 Feisty Females II 2001
(Reference #CS17)
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What have our original 50 Feisty Females been up to since 1999's sell-out Special #10? Who did we neglect then, and who are the new faces? Includes regulars from Angel, Roswell and… Farscape – Claudia Black chats about playing the hard-bitten (and seemingly dead) Peacekeeper Aeryn Sun. Buffy – Amber Benson (Tara) and Michelle Trachtenberg (Dawn) discuss joining the cast of the show-of-the-moment. Star Trek: Voyager – The Queen is Dead. Meet the former head of the Borg collective – aka Susanna Thompson. Roswell – Never date an alien! Ever since Max saved Liz Parker, romantic complications have ensued in New Mexico. We try to untangle it all. PLUS: Doctor Who – hear from the writers of the latest audio dramas – featuring eighth Doctor, Paul McGann. Out of the Box – With Wonder Woman running again on Sci-Fi. we present an exhaustive episode guide to her escapades. Poster – A huge, three-page, fold out poster of our cover star Aeryn Sun!
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Cult Times Special #16, Winter - Christmas 2000 Cult Times Special #16, Winter - Christmas 2000
(Reference #CS16)
Angel – We investigate Angel's associates and interrogate new recruit Gunn, alias J August Richards. Poltergeist: The Legacy – stars Martin Cummins and Helen Shaver on four years of supernatural shenanigans. Dark Angel – Charles Eglee, executive producer (alongside James Cameron), explains his vision of a genetically-enhanced fugitive in a bleak near-future. Earth: Final Conflict – principal writer George Geiger on what he thinks they've achieved so far. La Femme Nikita – Reprieved from cancellation: we investigate the success of this unique and unsettling drama. PLUS! How should they complete the journey of Star Trek: Voyager? Times Past looks back over 12 months of Cult TV. Festive fun including Chistmas TV listings, and your favourite shows… The 12 films of Christmas! Our pick of seasonal celluloid! ...and a special letters page…
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Cult Times Special #15, Autumn - Gods of TV 2000 Cult Times Special #15, Autumn - Gods of TV 2000
(Reference #CS15)
The Gods of Cult TV! We run down the 40 most influential people behind the best genre shows. Interviews with Michael Greenburg (on-set producer, Stargate SG-1) and Sydney Newman (the man behind Doctor Who and The Avengers). Andromeda – Robert Hewitt Wolfe on fleshing out Gene Roddenberry's vision. Star Trek: Voyager – executive producer Kenneth Biller 'Will Voyager ever get home?' Plus listings-style guide to Voyager's first four seasons & fold-out poster of the crew! X-Files – has it run out of steam entering Season Eight? Gerry Anderson – the supreme puppet master's work, including live action shows. Doctor Who – Sylvester McCoy and Bonnie Langford on reuniting in the audio Fires of Vulcan, and a guide to his Doctor's TV stories.
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Cult Times Special #14, Summer - Dead Special 2000 Cult Times Special #14, Summer - Dead Special 2000
(Reference #CS14)
Ghostly goings-on, tales of the undead and more, with Cult TV from beyond the grave. Including: The X-Files – William B Davis on the CSM's legacy in the series that won't die. Angel – giving a bloodcount for season one. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) BBC revamp vs. ITC classic, and the new FX team reveal secrets. Things to do in Cult TV when you're dead… suggestions on how to overcome the inevitable. Interviews with G vs. E's Richard Brooks, E:FC's Richard Chevolleau, Voyager's Robert Beltran, and cartoon genius Joseph Barbera on Scooby-Doo. Plus Trek's near-death experiences, listings-style episode guide to Psi Factor and Instant Guide to Rentaghost.
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Cult Times Special #13, Spring - 2K & Beyond 2000 Cult Times Special #13, Spring - 2K & Beyond 2000
(Reference #CS13)
Welcome to the Space Year 2000 – how Cult TV foresaw the 21st Century. Star Trek: The Future – we dissect rumours for Series 5, plus Robert Duncan McNeill interviewed. Buffy – creator Joss Whedon on the reality of producing Buffy and Angel, James Marsters on Spike's regular status, and our Internet Guide to Buffy. Earth: Final Conflict – definitive episode guide plus season overviews. Y2K TV uncovered with: The Others – Supernatural drama from Morgan and Wong. Jack of all Trades – just who is Bruce Campbell? Cleopatra 2525 – Jennifer Sky on her action extravaganza (plus fold-out poster)! Roswell – the unearthly New Mexicans speak out. 10th Kingdom – Fairy-tales for a new millennium. Lone Gunmen – prospects for their own show.
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Cult Times Special #12, Winter - Borg & The 90s 1999 Cult Times Special #12, Winter - Borg & The 90s 1999
(Reference #CS12)
Christmas Special – The Borg. With Sky 1 having a special run of Seven-of-Nine episodes we look at one of Star Trek’s most fascinating enemies. Significant Seven episodes are appraised, plus a look at the movie First Contact, and articles on The Borg and Seven’s presence onboard Voyager. Plus a sideways glance at robots in other cult favourite, Buffy The Vampire Slayer. The Nineties: a year-by-year guide and appraisal covering the expansions in the Star Trek franchise, and The X-Files, Babylon 5 and other shows. Stargate SG-1: a look at the World Wide Web’s treatment of this fan favourite. Red Dwarf: co-creator Doug Naylor on the story behind Season Eight, plans for a movie and the early seasons’ remasters.
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Cult Times Special #11, Autumn - Cult TV spin-offs 1999 Cult Times Special #11, Autumn - Cult TV spin-offs 1999
(Reference #CS11)
After Babylon 5 came Crusade: Carrie Dobro on her thieving alien Dureena Nafeel, Marjean Holden on medic Sarah Chambers, David Allen Brooks (archaeologist Max) on the series' vision, plus how Babylon 5 became Bubonic 5. From Buffy came Angel: Charisma Carpenter on Sunnydale's superior Cordelia, and her new life in LA – plus huge fold out Buffy/Angel poster and series preview. Doctor Who – Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant (Peri) and more talk during production of new audio Whispers of Terror. Plus a guide to the sixth Doctor's TV stories. Star Trek: full seven-season episode guide to Deep Space Nine, Majel Barrett Roddenberry on Gene's legacy, and some homage to the king of the spin-off tradition!
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Cult Times Special #10, Summer - 50 Feisty Females 1999 Cult Times Special #10, Summer - 50 Feisty Females 1999
(Reference #CS10)
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We count down the top Fantasy Females and review the history of women from Cult TV past and present, with features and profiles on top contenders including Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jeri Ryan. Xena – full episode guide to Seasons One to Four, leading X:WP ladies examined, plus fold-out poster of Lucy Lawless. Buffy's Top 10 moments of redefining 'fighting like a girl'. The Pretender – Andrea Parker on playing a feisty namesake. Stargate SG-1's Samantha Carter. Plus Instant Guide to The Net, and Doctor Who's unseen companion Bernice Summerfield's audio adventures.
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