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VI DIRECT Catalog : Cult Times : Cult Times Specials 1 - 9

Cult Times Special #9, Spring - Buffy & Vampires 1999 Cult Times Special #9, Spring - Buffy & Vampires 1999
(Reference #CS09)
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Occult TV – featuring Buffy The Vampire Slayer and other vampire series. Buffy – a season-by-season guide, interviews with James Marsters (Spike) and Robin Sachs (Ethan Rayne), plus a run-down of Sunnydale's demons and a huge cast poster. Forever Knight – another dark world mixing horror and romance, with a full episode guide. Ultraviolet – series creator Joe Ahearne on his well-received British series. Plus vampires cults through TV and film history, Psi-Factor, and Star Trek: Voyager's Neelix.
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Cult Times Special #8, Winter - Star Trek 1998 Cult Times Special #8, Winter - Star Trek 1998
(Reference #CS08)
Star Trek's future... Voyager stars Robert Picardo and Duncan McNeill on Season 5. Insurrection! – awaiting the ninth Trek feature, with a guide to Seasons 4 to 7 of its Next Generation crew's past adventures. Robert O'Reilly – Klingon chancellor Gowron relives some honourable moments. Plus: David Duchovny on The X-Files film, the series' relocation and its future. Stargate SG-1: Michael Shanks on playing Daniel Jackson. Our team's Best episodes of 1998.
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Cult Times Special #7, The End of Babylon 5 1998 Cult Times Special #7, The End of Babylon 5 1998
(Reference #CS07)
Short Supply
A tribute to the complete five-year science-fiction epic. Bruce Boxleitner (President Sheridan) looks back at station business. John Iacovelli, B5's production designer, on the series' unique look. Rundown of The Best of B5, including characters, effects and philosophy. We compare two heavyweight SF dramas in B5 v DSN. Plus Due South's Tony Craig, and five fave cult TV finales.
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Cult Times Special #6, Cult TV at the Movies 1998 Cult Times Special #6, Cult TV at the Movies 1998
(Reference #CS06)
Cult TV at the Movies – Lost in Space, The Avengers and the X-Files hit the big screen. Cancer Man William B Davis interviewed, plus a complete Episode Guide to X-Files Season 5. Lost in Space movie director Stephen Hopkins talks, plus at-a-glance guide to all three TV seasons. The Avengers – the would-be blockbuster's style examined, plus episode guide to the original series' 6 TV seasons. Plus five decades of tv/cinema crossovers, from Quatermass to Mission: Impossible, Highlander and StarGate.


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Cult Times Special #5, Spring - Best Cult TV 1998 Cult Times Special #5, Spring - Best Cult TV 1998
(Reference #CS05)
The best... X-Files, Babylon 5, Doctor Who, Star Trek and Avengers episodes in the Universe! Our experts select the greatest. Voyager – Emergency Holographic Interview with Robert Picardo. Babylon 5's telepaths – Robin Atkin Downes on his rogueish Byron, and Patricia Tallman on Vorlon-enhanced life as Lyta Alexander. Doctor Who – Mark Strickson, from assassin Turlough to natural history films. Plus – what makes great cult television? We dare to ask.


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Cult Times Special #4, Winter 1997 Cult Times Special #4, Winter 1997
(Reference #CS04)
Babylon 5: Producer John Copeland interviewed as the fifth season arrives on TNT, plus Denise Gentile on Lisa Hampton. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Rene Auberjonois alias Odo on the forthcoming Season Six. Blake's 7: Paul Darrow discusses Avon and the series on radio and UK Gold, plus episode guide. NightMan: producer Glen A Larson interview. Profiler: Robert Davi on Bailey Malone. Doctor Who: Sarah Sutton on playing Nyssa. A look at Telefantasy's Christmas episodes. Instant Guide to Buck Rogers In The 25th Century.


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Cult Times Special #3, X-Files 1997 Cult Times Special #3, X-Files 1997
(Reference #CS03)
X-Files Special. Two page poster of David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Mulder & Scully. Behind the scenes account of the series. Comprehensive review of Seasons One – Four. Character profiles – Fox Mulder, Dana Scully, Krycek, Deep Throat, The Lone Gunmen, Cigarette Smoking Man, X, Skinner & Friends and Foes. Plus an A-Z guide to Paranormal TV fiction: everything from A for Andromeda to The X-Files, plus a brief look at Millenium & Space: Above and Beyond.


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Cult Times Special #2, Babylon 5 1997 Cult Times Special #2, Babylon 5 1997
(Reference #CS02)
Short Supply

Babylon 5 special. Three page poster of Bruce Boxleitner as Lieutenant John Sheridan. Series creator J Michael Straczynski interviewed. Comrehensive reviews of Seasons One – Three. Set visit. Profiles of all major characters, including Captain Sheridan, Commander Sinclair, Susan Ivanova, Michael Garibaldi, Delenn, Lennier, Londo Mollari, Vir Cotto, G'Kar, Na'Toth, Stephen Franklin, Marcus Cole, Talia Winters, Lyta Alexander, Zack Allan, Kosh, & the agents of Light and Darkness. Also: Millenium – overview of first season & Star Trek: overviews of Voyager and Deep Space Nine's forthcoming seasons


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Cult Times Special #1, Christmas 1996 Cult Times Special #1, Christmas 1996
(Reference #CS01)
The X-Files: Season One review – Pilot, Deep Throat, Squeeze, Conduit, plus feature on nature as an enemy. Interviews: Due South's Benton Fraser – Paul Gross, Blake's 7's Zen – Peter Tuddenham, Profiler's Sam Walters – Ally Walker, John Rhys-Davis alias Sliders' Professor Arturo, Megan Gallagher on Millenium's Catherine Black, Andreas Katsulas on Babylon 5's G'Kar. Overviews – The Twilight Zone & Poltergeist: The Legacy. Star Trek: Instant Guide to Deep Space Nine & Voyager's Ethan Phillips on Neelix. Doctor Who: poster of Sophie Aldred as Ace.


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VI DIRECT Catalog : Cult Times : Cult Times Specials 1 - 9

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