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issue 266

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UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

IN THIS 100-PAGE ISSUE...

LEXX
• As Stanley Tweedle, the cowardly, sex-starved captain of the greatest weapon of destruction in the two universes, Brian Downey spends lots of time in close proximity to some of the most beautiful women on television. How does he cope?

Hollow Man Paul Verhoeven
• The director of highly distinctive SF films from RoboCop and Total Recall to Starship Troopers, speaks out on censorship and creativity as Hollow Man opens in the UK

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Christopher Lambert as Connor MacLeodHighlander
• The Immortality-based franchise notches up a fourth feature with Endgame. Star Christopher Lambert and director Doug Aarniokoski talk in our location report

Nicole de Boer as Ezri Dax More Star Trek Babes
• Our Special couldn't hold them all! They were babes, they appeared in Trek , so here’s five further pages to give any enlightened feminist an indulgent chuckle. Maybe!

Hammer’s SF Films
• Famed for its Horror output, British production company Hammer also has a major track record in Fantasy and SF, starting with The Quatermass Xperiment. This meaty look back features rare examples of promotional art, including some for films which never saw the light of day

The Sight
British director Paul Anderson is best known for films like Event Horizon, Soldier, and Mortal Kombat but his new self-penned TV pilot follows in the wake of The Sixth Sense - and it's British. Anderson and his American star Andrew McCarthy reveal the show which could be the British X-Files

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 Things to Come
Farewell to Alec Guinness, best known to SF fans for a role he came to detest. Plus Sam Raimi casts the web-slinging hero for Spiderman, Helena Bonham Carter signs up for some cross-species nookie in the new Planet of the Apes, Mrs Mulder Tea Leoni plans a trip to Jurassic Park 3 and all the latest on Buffy, X-Files and Harry Potter


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In this month's 30-page section:

Our regular columns including Videofile and DVD File, plus Bookshelf, Cybertech and Soundtracks. Online selections include 007's You Only Live Twice on DVD, The Astronaut's Wife on VHS, and Iain M Banks' latest novel Look to Windward

 In the latest Movie Reviews by Alan Jones:

  • Dinosaur
  • Hollow Man
  • Scary Movie
  • Space Cowboys
  • What Lies Beneath

 TV View: Into the viewfinder go LEXX's End of the Universe, Stargate SG-1's Watergate and Farscape's Beware of Dogs

 It's Only A Movie? John Brosnan dissects the script for Hannibal, and considers eating some BBC schedulers with a nice chianti…

Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Columbia Tristar, Dimension Films, Paramount, Salter Street Films, Entertainment in Video, Orbit books, Millennium, MGM Home Entertainment, Buiena Vista

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2000.
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