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Issue 269

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UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

IN THIS 100-PAGE ISSUE OF STARBURST:

Dark Angel
• Having co-created this new series alongside the Titanically buoyant James Cameron, Charles Eglee talks about genetically-enhanced groove-girl, Max (Jessica Alba) - and why she's a hit with adolescents and adults alike

UnbreakableUnbreakable
• He had a huge hit with The Sixth Sense. Now M Night Shyamalan joins Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson to give us his gut feeling on making his latest supernatural thriller

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The CrowAlex Proyas
• The acclaimed writer - director of such SF greats as The Crow and Dark City tells us about moving away from the feature film world into the digital realm of cyberspace

Angry Red Planet posterIb Melchior
• Agghhh! We track down the renowned writer of classic B-movies Planet of the Vampires, The Angry Red Planet and Death Race 2000 for a rare, exclusive interview!

Red Planet
• Talking of Mars, Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss climbs out of her space suit to discusses her commanding role in the latest Martian movie to hit the big screen...

Horror in 2000
• Trying to scare the pants off us in the new millennium, we take a look back at this year's contenders in the horror movie genre and ask if they frightened us rigid, or tickled us pink

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Supernova
Making its explosive release onto video and DVD this month, star Lou Diamond Phillips chats about regaining his lost youth in this galactic Sci-Fi extravaganza...

Stargate SG-1
Opening the door to new worlds; we chart the missions of Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and his team in the first part of our three-season episode guide

 Things to Come
Not his fawlt: John Cleese loses his head in the new Harry Potter film! Xena lays down her sword, while Cleopatra fights it out once more. Plus! The Scooby gang reveal the true flesh and blood identity of their next nemesis, and MGM decides to step through the boxoffice portal once again with a new Stargate movie...

     
 
 
 

 Reviews
In this month's 35-page section:

We take a pick of the latest SF titles from our Bookshelf, as well as recent additions to the Video and DVD File. Plus our definitive selection in our Soundtrack, Cybertech and Toys sections.

Online selections include The Man with the Golden Gun on DVD and Chorlton and the Ice World and Galaxy Queston VHS

 Alan Jones delivers the verdict on this year's final cinematic releases in this month's Movie Reviews. But is it a White Christmas for:

  • Blair Witch 2
  • Bedazzled
  • Little Nicky
  • The Grinch or
  • The 6th Day

 TV View:Angel, Buffy, Voyager and Roswell

 It's Only A Movie! Timely discussions as John Brosnan talks with The 6th Day director Roger Spottiswoode about Tomorrow Never Dies

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