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issue 268

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UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

IN THIS 100-PAGE ISSUE OF STARBURST:

Harrison FordWhat Lies Beneath
• Exclusive interview with director Robert Zemeckis (Contact, Back to the Future) about his classy supernatural shocker starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford

Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• As the Slayer enters her fifth year on duty, this month's cover story looks at the phenomenon of Buffy, described by Starburst's editor as the most influential development in the genre since Blade Runner. Or is it just a damned good example of vampire slaying?

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It! The Terror From Beyond SpaceTerror In Space
• A look at two classics featuring deadly extra-terrestrials: the B-movie It! The Terror from Beyond Space and cult masterpiece Planet of the Vampires

Ray BradburyRay Bradbury
• The career of one of the greatest SF writers of all time is surveyed in this in-depth profile - lavishly illustrated with stills, movie posters and vintage paperback cover art

The Cell
• Continuing our new series of screenwriter interviews with Mark Protosevich who was responsible for the ingenious new serial killer/SF thriller hybrid The Cell starring Jennifer Lopez

Richard Matheson
• Following on from the in-depth profile in issue 264, we present a rare interview with the man himself: the writer responsible for The Incredible Shrinking Man, Somewhere in Time, What Dreams May Come, Stir of Echoes, Kolchak the Night Stalker and more...

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David Arnold
• Good news for fans of film music. An interview with the talented young British composer who has made his mark the latest James Bond scores, not to mention Shaft, Randall and Hopkirk and some of the biggest Science Fiction films of recent years

 Things to Come
Superman, Batman and Spiderman on the big screen. Plus: Madonna for Red Dwarf?

     
 
 
 

 Reviews
In this month's 30-page section:

Our regular columns including Videofile and DVD File, plus Bookshelf, Cybertech and Soundtracks. Online selections include Barbarella on DVD, Hammer House of Horror and Voyager on VHS

 In the latest Movie Reviews by Alan Jones

 TV View:Angel, Buffy, Voyager and Roswell

 It's Only A Movie! John Brosnan on the danger of making predictions and Channel 4's ludicrous treatment of Angel

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