.
Issue 270ships from 2 JanUK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

IN THIS 100-PAGE ISSUE OF STARBURST:

Star Trek: Voyager
• With journey's end in sight as the seventh and final season comes to British screens, Kate Mulgrew reveals her feelings about saying goodbye to her coffee-loving, Borg-mothering big-haired alter-ego, Captain Kathryn Janeway. Excerpts online

Willem Dafoe and Elias MerhigeShadow of the Vampire
• After Gods and Monsters, another horror classic spawns an oblique bio-pic - the undead tale of Murnau's Nosferatu... Director E Elias Merhige shines the cold light of day on his tale

Starburst #270: Click Below To Get It from VI DirectVI Direct. Click to buy.

Sheena Lee Nolin. No, hold on...Sheena: Queen of the Jungle
• Tarzan's shapely rival returns in the comely form of Baywatch's Gena Lee Nolin… Producer Stephen Schwarz reveals what occurs when she gets all animal

Carter and Teal'c. Don S Davis not shown Stargate SG-1
• As duty year 4 continues, Amanda Tapping, Don S Davis and Teryl Rothery, alias Maj. Carter, Gen. Hammond and Dr Fraiser report to Ian Calcutt for debriefing.
• Plus our episode guide to Season 2!

2001 and All That
• Remember how the Moon got blown out of orbit in 1999? The Cyberman invasion of 1986? And the Mars landing of 1972? We recall all those science fiction events which somehow never happened….

Ray Harryhausen
• Forget Wallace and Gromit - if you want real stop-motion thrills you need the skeleton warriors of Jason and the Argonauts - one of the many Ray Harryhausen creations recalled in this seven-page retrospective

. To order this issue, go directly to one of these listings in our online stores: .
Jump to US $ entry for this issue
USA
$ order
Jump to UK  entry for this issue
UK/World order
 
To SUBSCRIBE to STARBURST, go directly to one of these listings in our online stores
Jump to US $ entry for this issue
USA
$ subs
Jump to UK  entry for this issue
UK/World subs

VI DIRECT
You can order any of our magazines via this safe, searchable & secure service  
Check the Info on our two stores


Alex Cox interview
As the maverick director's adaptation of magic realist tale Death and the Compass comes to DVD, he reveals exactly why he'd never want to work in Hollywood - in withering detail…

 Things to Come
The Men in Black return to beat the actors' strike; Star Trek pops up on TNT and the Romulans muscle in on Star Trek X; Kirsten Dunst falls for Spiderman and David Twohy shakes a Demon's Glass for his follow-up to Pitch Black

Free print: Robert Patrick, Gillian Anderson & Chris Carter  RJ Cummings / Moonglow Photos

PLUS: Two free photo-prints of the X-Files' current stars and creator

 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 definitive selections in our Soundtrack, Cybertech and Toys sections.

Online reviews include Supernova on DVD and Stir of Echoes on VHS

 Alan Jones delivers the verdict on the first UK genre releases of 2001 in this month's Movie Reviews:

  • Lost Souls
  • Red Planet
  • Unbreakable

 TV View: Ian Spelling on Dark Angel, Frank Herbert's Dune and a resurgent X-Files

 It's Only A Movie! HAL takes control of the column with some advice on avoiding human error…

Extra navigation:
HOME
CULT TIMES
FILM REVIEW
MOVIE IDOLS
SHIVERS
STARBURST
TV ZONE
ULTIMATE DVD
XPOSÉ
LINKS
JOBS @ VI

Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Paramount, Metrodome, Columbia Tristar, MGM / Showtime, Fox Pathé Home Ent, MGM Home Ent, Hodder & Stoughton, Earthlight

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2001.
Not for reproduction.

VI direct

VI DIRECT
ONLINE STORES INFO