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Issue #291 • ships from Sep 26 2002
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Enterprise

• We’re back on board the Enterprise NX-01 for a second season of adventures with Captain Jonathan Archer and his plucky crew. We hear from the stars of Starfleet, Scott Bakula and Jolene Blalock…

Run man, Run!28 Days Later
• Director Danny Boyle discusses his violent new Sci-Fi movie, 28 Days Later; the story about a Man-made virus which turns ordinary people into insane, psychotic killers…

The new Batwoman? Well one of them anyway…Birds of Prey
• Oracle, Huntress and Black Canary. Now Batman has deserted the city, meet the girls who will be the new saviours of the streets for decent, ordinary folk of New Gotham…

Captain Malcolm Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) with Ambassador Inara (Morena Baccarin)Firefly
• Joss Whedon’s new Space adventure launches this month, set 400 years in the future. We offer you our handy guide to the whole team at the helm of the good ship Serenity.

American Werewolf
• John Landis’s 1981 comedy shocker An American Werewolf in London was a film ahead of its time. We tell the story behind the story…

The Dead Zone
• Anthony Michael Hall, star of the surprise hit TV series The Dead Zone, talks frankly about the strengths and weaknesses of his popular show.

News
  • Production on The Fountain stalls after Pitt jumps ship
  • Updates on The Matrix sequels
  • New lease of life for JJ Abrams Superman movie
  • Jonathan Frakes talks Thunderbirds
  • Farscape and Witchblade cancelled
  • Eliza Dushku returns to Angel and Buffy
Reviews
  • Films
    Alan Jones, reviewer extraordinaire, takes a look at new UK cinema releases, with...
    My Little Eye
    Lilo and Stitch
    Clockstoppers
    Insomnia
    The Adventures of Pluto Nash
  • TV View
    Ian Spelling samples new episodes of The Twilight Zone, John Doe and Do Over
  • Plus…
    Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys...

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