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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst Specials 40 - 49

Starburst Special #49, Star Trek 2001 Starburst Special #49, Star Trek 2001
(Reference #S49)
Enterprise – 10-page cover feature on Trek history and the new series’ foundations, plus 4 full-page photos from Enterprise and a chat with Scott Bakula! Voyager – as two cyber-chatters' debate the series, we print the cacophony… plus a Season 7 episode guide. Deep Space Nine – Quark and Co. (Shimerman, Grodenchik & Eisenberg) on life after DSN. Plus features on: Buffy – Amber Benson on playing Tara; also a Sarah Michelle Gellar Q & A . Star Wars: Phantom Menace – as the DVD emerges, our retrospective asks: was it actually bad? Planet of the Apes – 30 years on, Linda Harrison returns to the monkey world for Tim Burton. Bond – Designer of superlative movie sets, his name’s Adam… Ken Adam. Ghosts of Mars – Red planet drama with John Carpenter and his horror flick cast. Earthsearch – James Follett's radio classic, now reborn on CD. Tomorrow People – All you need to know about these jaunty individuals. First Wave – The prophecy-based series effects wizardry. Hitchhiker’s Guide... – Will the real answers will be on the DVD?
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Starburst Special #48, Summer Blockbusters 2001 Starburst Special #48, Summer Blockbusters 2001
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Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes – good ape Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa reveals how different the director's 2001 version is… Final Fantasy: The Spirit Within – producers Chris Lee & Andy Jones on turning a classic game series into a mammoth CGI project. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – Angelina Jolie on the less glamorous side of a game-turned-blockbuster. Special Effects secrets: John Burton on The Mummy Returns, John Sullivan on McT's Rollerball, and Pitch Black's Patrick Tatopolous on turning director. Plus Joss Whedon on his new Slayer (in the Fray comic) and Buffy Season 6, Christian Bale on Equilibrium, Brendan Fehr on The Forsaken, previews of Harry Potter and Spielberg's A.I., the link between computer games and blockbusters surveyed, and retrospectives on Star Trek V and the original Planet of the Apes.
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Starburst Special #47, TV Sci-Fi 2001 Starburst Special #47, TV Sci-Fi 2001
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Cover: Farscape. Interviews with the stars, writers and producers of the best of the current Sci-Fi shows on TV, plus our celebrated features on shows current and past. Includes Brian Henson and Sean Masterson on Farscape, Jason Katims on Roswell, Sylvia Anderson on Thunderbirds, Lexa Doig on Andromeda, The Lone Gunmen speak out, Roger Corman on Black Scorpion, Mark Rolston from Aliens to Angel, Michael Greenberg on producing Stargate Sg-1, David Hemblen on E:FC, and Sci-Fi music including Tristram Cary on his Doctor Who scores.
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Starburst Special #46, Yearbook (2000/2001) Starburst Special #46, Yearbook (2000/2001)
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The best of 2000. Farscape – Writer Naren Shanker on their very different universe, plus a checklist on the story so far. TV 2000 – Stargate SG-1, Roswell and Buffy compared with other top SF shows. 2001: a Movie Odyssey? 10 pages of film previews for next year. The Grinch – Dive into the magical world of Dr Seuss's classic tales and unforgettable drawings. Galaxy Quest – director Dean Parisot on one of 2000's sci-fi highlights, plus Thermian leader Enrico Colantoni. Sci-Fi Babes – Putting political correctness away, we consider the 20 top women who make Sci-Fi easy on the eye (with pictorial evidence). The 6th Day – director Roger Spottiswoode takes on multiple Arnies. Andromeda – Gene Roddenberry's latest legacy. Danger: Diabolik – Camp meets bizarre, we talk to director Mario Bava and star John Phillip Law. Plus – the year's Starburst Index and star quotes from the Saturn Awards.
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Starburst Special #45, Star Trek 2000 Starburst Special #45, Star Trek 2000
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Babes of Trek – From Janice Rand to Seven of Nine, we survey 20 women who went where no man had gone before. Voyager Season Six – all the missions covered in our annual episode guide. We present 10 defence & 10 prosecution exhibits to ask: should the Trek franchise be rested? Star Trek Movies – their ups and downs in motion picture history. Star Tracks – A potted history of the franchise's soundtracks. Also, DSN's James Darren on nearly rejecting the role of the holographic nightclub singer. Gadgets of Trek – making a leap to reality? Plus: Earth: Final Conflict – Head writer/producer George Geiger previews Season 4. The Sci-Fi of James Bond – 12-page survey of a shaken-and-stirred spying cocktail. Shadow of the Vampire – bringing FW Murnau to a new generation. Daleks on Audio – Doctor Who's enemies are back, more evil than ever. Chris Carter – The X-Files creator unveils the truth about Scully's future without Mulder.
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Starburst Special #44, Summer Blockbusters 2000 Starburst Special #44, Summer Blockbusters 2000
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Celebrate a summer of spectacular SF and fantasy movies... We preview Mission Impossible 2 to The Hollow Man, The Crow: Salvation to The Ninth Gate and The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas to The X-Men. Features include Kevin Bacon on The Hollow Man, producer Paula Wagner on M:I-2, Emmanuelle Seigner on The Ninth Gate, director Courtney Solomon on Dungeons & Dragons, and curtains up on the team who are The X-Men. Plus the best genre TV shows around, including Brian Herbert & Kevin J Anderson on the Dune miniseries, and Vincent Ventresca on The Invisible Man. 132 pages, including 25 pages introducing essential Sci-Fi on DVD.
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Starburst Special #43, TV Sci-Fi 2000 Starburst Special #43, TV Sci-Fi 2000
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The Future of Sci-Fi TV. Cover: Farscape – Virginia Hey on alien priestess Zhaan. Cleopatra 2525 / Xena – RJ Stewart on developing fantasy females. The Others' Julianne Nicholson, LEXX's Xenia Seeberg, EFC's Anita la Selva and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)'s new mentor, Tom Baker all interviewed. End of The X-Files? Chris Carter on holding Season 8's fate in his hands, plus our Seasons 1-7 overview. Plus: young Voyager writer Robert Doherty and producers of The Hunger, Stargate SG-1 and Outer Limits interviewed. Also progress report on Buffy and Angel, Roswell and Now and Again's 1999/2000 seasons, and your verdict on 1999's films and tv.
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Starburst Special #42, Yearbook (1999/2000) Starburst Special #42, Yearbook (1999/2000)
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Major preview of the films of 2000, including Scream 3, Minority Report, and Pitch Black. Sleepy Hollow: Johnny Depp on Headless Horsemen and reteaming with Tim Burton. 1999 retrospective, on key genre movies: The Matrix, The Blair Witch Project, and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, plus the year’s significant TV, from Crusade to Highlander, Red Dwarf to The X-Files. The World is Not Enough: director Michael Apted and producer Michael J Wilson on Bond 19. Star Trek: Voyager – Garrett Wang on five years of Harry Kim; Deep Space Nine – a farewell Season Seven episode guide. Sliders star Jerry O’Connell announces his Mission to Mars. PLUS: Buffy’s James Marsters dissects big bad Spike. Star Bytes – Keanu Reeves’ view of The Matrix, and Lucy Lawless and Kevin Sorbo make convention appearances for Hercules and Xena. House on Haunted Hill director William Malone on his hit chiller remake. Animated scenes with Bug Wars, the new TV spin-off from Starship Troopers.
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Starburst Special #41, Star Trek 1999 Starburst Special #41, Star Trek 1999
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What future for Starfleet? We look ahead with Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes and headman Rick Berman. Voyager – Kate Mulgrew gets candid about Janeway, plus Robert Beltran on Chakotay and a Season Five guide. Over 30 pages of Trek! Also: Deep Blue Sea – Renny Harlin, Saffron Burrows and the monster-shark movie's writers interviewed. Blair Witch Project – a shoestring to riches horror story. Seven more special interviews, including stunning Stargate SG-1 designs from Richard Hudolin, Farscape's Claudia Black, and best-selling author Dean Koontz. 100 pages.
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Starburst Special #40, Summer: Star Wars 1999 Starburst Special #40, Summer: Star Wars 1999
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Focus on blockbuster films, including the massively popular new Star Wars epic. In 100 pages packed with interviews, we present six Star Wars interviews including producer Rick McCallum, Natalie Portman and Samuel L Jackson. Plus the brilliant designer of The Matrix, director Barry Sonnenfeld on Wild Wild West, Star Trek's Odo and B'Elanna Torres, Babylon 5's Patricia Tallman, Crusade's Daniel Dae Kim, Rick Baker's Mighty make-up, top author Iain Banks, and Brian Clemens on Bugs.
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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst Specials 40 - 49

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