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Issue #314 • ships from Jul 29 2004
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $6.99

116 pages

Roll up, roll up for the fight of the Century! Alien vs Predator brings two of cinema’s greatest killers together in a fight to the death, and we have got you a ringside seat.
Before we get to the battle royale, we go back in Time to revisit the previous sightings of the Alien, from egg to resurrection.
From there we’ll be catching up with Lance Henriksen as he uncovers the origins of the Bishop android (and a few unpleasant things) in AvP

In Starburst, no one can hear you scream…

Jonathan FrakesThunderbirds
• Welcome to Riker’s Island! Director Jonathan Frakes talks frankly to us about bad reviews, marionettes, family films, and why Star Trek has been “back to the well” once too often…

• Ron Perlman is red hot as the comic book character turned movie star in this comic adaptation. He tells us why the boy from Hell is the most personal role he’s ever had.

• Director Guillermo del Toro has only just seen the first Hellboy movie safely off to the cinemas and he’s already working on the sequel. Find out here what he reveals to Starburst…

Dead?Dead Like Me
• Is there anybody there? Yes there is, and it’s the lovely Ellen Muth, star of the hit show. She’s back from the dead for a second series and is keen to tell us the secrets from the other side…

• Less of a feature film and more of a self-empowerment guide for women. At least, that’s what you might think when you read what stars Halle Berry and Sharon Stone have been saying about this new take on the Catwoman story…

• It’s worse than that; he’s dead! Actor Jonathan M Woodward winds up dead in every role from Buffy to Firefly. Is someone trying to tell him something? Let’s ask him!

Star Trek: Enterprise
• The Westmore clan have been creating Hollywood make-up magic since the early days of talkies, and you can see their work on everything from The Hunchback of Notre Dame right up to Enterprise. Starburst talks to Michael Westmore about creating the faces for the latest Trek show…

Stargate Atlantis
• Actor Paul McGillion is the latest in a long and illustrious line of Sci-Fi show doctors. Here he talks about his role as Dr Beckett on the new Stargate sequel…

Riddick: The Game!
Starburst takes an exclusive look behind the scenes on the stunning new Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay game. Watch out as it’s about to get dark and scary…

Battlestar Galactica 2004
• James Callis aka Dr Gaius (no, not Zaius) from the new Battlestar Galactica series on life with a Cylon woman and what we might see in the forthcoming season. PLUS! The first pictures from Season One!

Doctor Who 2005
• We take a look at how the return of the Doctor is being reported in the press, along with stunning pictures from location filming on the new series…

  • No Daleks for New Who
  • Familiar faces return to the Trek universe
  • Bryan Singer takes up Superman’s cape
  • James Doohan in health shock
Reviews: Films
  • Spider-Man 2
  • The Stepford Wives
  • Hellboy
  • The Chronicles of Riddick
Reviews: TV – Expanded Sealed! section
  • After saying au revoir to too many shows recently, we’re happy to say a big bonjour to some new, and returning, friends. Including:
  • Stargate SG-1 Season Eight
  • Stargate Atlantis
  • The Dead Zone
  • Charmed
  • Kingdom Hospital
  • Trailer Park
    It was a dark and stormy night when our witty caption writer came across the trailer for Exorcist: The Beginning. Will he beat the Devil?

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