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Issue #321 • ships from Feb 10 2005
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

132 pages

• Keanu Reeves is back to take a walk on the dark side in this adaptation of Satanic comic book Hellblazer. We catch up with stars Reeves and Djimon Hounsou and producer Lauren Shuler Donner in an exclusive set visit

BewareÆon Flux
• Stars Charlize Théron and Marton Csokas talk on set about the stature surrounding the original cult MTV series, and the physical and mental demands of performing in the new film

Gerry AndersonNew Captain Scarlet
• Gerry Anderson has re-imaged his classic Sci-Fi puppet series with CGI for a new generation. Join us at the press conference for the launch of these new Saturday morning adventures…

Richard HatchBattlestar Galactica
• As former Apollo Richard Hatch returns as a new character to his old intergalactic stomping ground, he tells us about fans’ reactions and why he fell in love with the new vision of the series

• Rob Tapert’s newest vocation as a maven of monsters, ghouls and other creepy stuff has produced this movie, in which the eponymous spookster terrorizes star Barry Watson and moviegoers everywhere
Join us on a set visit

Point Pleasant
• We talk to star Elisabeth Harnois who, as the lovely Christina, finds herself washed up on a beach in the latest Supernatural drama series. Oh and she may look divine, but rumour has it that she’s the daughter of the Devil…

Stars Wars VI
• As we lead up to the release of Revenge of the Sith, we continue our look back at the Sci Fi saga with Return of the Jedi. Hark back to the days when Ewoks ran amok and Jar Jar Binks was just a glint in George Lucas’s eye

• Joss Whedon’s ‘Buffyverse’ closes for business with the release of Season Five on DVD, having changed the face of TV Fantasy with its exquisite writing and performances. What say David Boreanaz and James Marsters?

Alien vs Predator
• They’re two of the biggest Sci-Fi film franchises ever to hit the big screen, and now they’re coming to DVD in a gruesome alien death match. We take a look at the history of these two mighty contenders

Son of the Mask
• There’s no Jim Carrey, but we’re promised bundles of wacky, rubber-featured fun and masked mayhem in this belated follow-up to the hit comedy, as rising star Jamie Kennedy explains
Join us on a set visit

• As the series enters its fifth year, the crew find themselves stranded in an alternate universe called Seefra. Star Lisa Ryder talks about the challenges of her role as Beka Valentine and tells us why she welcomes the change of scenery

Stargate Atlantis
• Star David Hewlett pops up for some air to discuss his character, Dr Rodney McKay. He also discusses the perils of wearing spacesuits: “It’s like wearing metal boxer shorts and someone giving you an atomic wedgie!”

Star Trek: Enterprise
• A Vulcan shares his views on the series with those more rounded of ear. Gary Graham, the actor behind Ambassader Soval, reveals why his character regards Humans as second-class citizens, and he talks about his stint on Voyager

  • New Doctor Who update and casting
  • Star Trek: Enterprise cancelled
  • Stargate SG-1 new series news
  • House of Wax exclusive set visit
Reviews: Films
  • Casshern
  • Elektra
  • Hide and Seek
  • Ju-On 2: The Grudge
  • The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
  • The Machinist
Reviews: TV – Sealed! section
  • The 4400
  • Andromeda
  • Battlestar Galactica
  • Captain Scarlet
  • Dead Like Me
  • Lost
  • Smallville
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Stargate Atlantis
  • Stargate SG-1
  • Trailer Park
    Our witty caption writer has a laugh at Robots

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