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Issue #320 • ships from Jan 13 2005
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

116 pages

Battlestar Galactica
• After spending a great deal of last year in Space, fending off unwanted attacks by the Cylons as Lt Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace, Katee Sackhoff tells us why she’s now happy to roll with the punches…

Pierce BrosnanJames Bond
• Having found his licence to kill had been revoked, (now) former Bond Pierce Brosnan tells us where the franchise might be going wrong.
He’s not bitter!

Dominic KeatingStar Trek: Enterprise
• Dominic Keating, aka Lt Malcolm Reed, is excited about the show’s future…and discovers that we can put a man on the Moon, but we can't make a spacesuit that's comfortable…

Behind you!Phantom of the Opera
• We unmask the cast and crew of the new movie. How does Lloyd Webber’s legendary stage play transfer to the big screen and perhaps more importantly, is it a pretty sight? Bwar-ha-ha-ha!

Sneaking into a Cinema Near You
The Phantom of the Opera may very well be a musical movie, but it’s also a genre piece. We take a look at how the world of Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror became the mainstream without the public even noticing. It just sort of sneaked in, hence the title.

History of Star Wars
• As we prepare for Episode III, come with us to a galaxy far, far away as the second of our six-part series brings you the history of the greatest Sci-Fi saga of them all. We continue with a look at the release of Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Code 46
• ‘The Future. Cloning of cells is standard and the world is divided into two types of people’. Star Tim Robbins explains why it’s a lot more than just a Sci-Fi movie and why finding your way to freedom is always a challenge. Indeed it is.

• It’s almost easier to explain what it isn’t about than what it is. We talk to Won Kar-Wai, the director of this Sci-Fi flick and discover that there were times when critics wondered if the title was actually the release date. Easy mistake to make…

Doctor Who
• Our intrepid reporters visit the location of the new series, armed only with their trusty tape recorders and a growing sense of anticipation… Are there Daleks lurking in the bushes waiting to attack them? It’s a dangerous job y’know.

Legend of Earthsea
• Based on the Fantasy novels by Ursula K Le Guin, Sci-Fi Channel’s latest epic has all the magic and big name actors we’ve come to expect. We talk to just some of the stars of this classic ‘coming of age’ story…

  • Star Trek Enterprise Season 5 and The Animated Series on DVD
  • Doctor Who new series airdate
  • Harry Potter book news
  • Browder joins Black on Stargate SG-1
  • Charity Auction planned
Reviews: Films
  • Blade: Trinity
  • The Phantom of the Opera
  • Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Reviews: TV – Sealed! section
  • Andromeda
  • Battlestar Galactica
  • Dead Like Me
  • Legend of Earthsea
  • Lost
  • Smallville
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Stargate Atlantis
  • The 4400
  • Trailer Park
    Our witty caption writer has a laugh at New Captain Scarlet

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2005. Not for reproduction

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