May 2000, # 56 ships from Apr 18 UK £2.85 / US $4.99 FEATURE GUIDE BEST TV

• In this issue of Cult Times:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
• What does the future hold for Xander Harris? Catch up with Nicholas Brendon, as Season 4's finale approches on Sky 1, and we confront him with rumours of his untimely demise. Extracts from our 4-page feature here

Voyager's Roxann Dawson Star Trek: Voyager
• Left floating in Space; giving in to Tom Paris; braving Klingon Hell. Things are never easy for chief engineer B'Elanna Torres. Roxann Dawson discusses life on and off set

Xenia Seeberg LEXX
• With this mad saga's third series winging its way to terrestrial TV, we pinned down Xenia Seeberg, LEXX's luscious cluster lizard Xev, about events since she came on board

Urban GothicUrban Gothic
• What if London's gloomy streets were populated by vampires, zombies and the like? Tom DeVille, creator of Channel 5's new anthology Horror series, gets scary

Stargate SG-1
• The producers say they want The Matrix, but what can a put-upon visual effects designer do with a meagre TV series budget? Quite a lot, as we discovered when SG-1's James Tichenor let us in on some trade secrets

Good vs Evil
• He's definitely on the side of good, so we were happy to speak to Clayton Rohner about playing Chandler Smythe, one of humanity's saviours from the Morlocks

PLUS! All our regular sections:
  • Out of the Box
    The most comprehensive Cult TV listings for May, including merchandise releases and video reviews. Current weekly highlights are available
  • Instant Guide to... First Wave
    To tie-in with series 2's première on Sci-Fi (UK), we take you through Cade Foster's mission to stop an alien invasion. Yes, another one
  • News… Discover more about the conclusion of Buffy's Season Four! Plus: Farscape In Production, Blake's 7, The X-Files, Roswell and our regular look at US transmission dates
  • In File Under…A look back at classic South Park episode Mecha-Streisand, where a gigantic mechanical Barbra does battle with Leonard Maltin, Sidney Poitier - and Robert Smith of The Cure
  • On The Guest List… Recurring guest stars Carmen Argenziano (Stargate SG-1) and Tony Todd (Star Trek) share their memories of working on two episodes being shown in May
  • Times Past: Is the new, flash Randall and Hopkirk any good? Our regular TV critic reflects on this new entry and the latest offerings from The X-Files. Plus: a summary of the recent TV ratings.
  • Out of the Sack: Your comments on Cult Times and the world of telefantasy TV. You can write to us at [email protected]
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