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Issue #332 • ships from Dec 14 2005
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

In 100 pages…
WITH special REVERSIBLE cover!

Doctor Who
• Actor Noel Clarke prepares for a Christmas invasion with new Doctor David Tennant, and discusses life as Rose Tyler’s faithful boyfriend Mickey

Plus…We take a look ahead to the hit’s second season, with a retrospective look at returning villains the Cybermen, all decked out with a new look for the 21st Century!

AslanThe Chronicles of Narnia
• Come with us into a magical world as director Andrew Adamson and actress Tilda Swinton discuss their epic journey through CS Lewis’s wonderland

Battlestar Galactica
• Veteran director Rod Hardy talks to us about his contributions to this successful revamped Sci-Fi series and working on the Nineties juggernaut The X-Files

Keeping an eye on the aliensWar of the Worlds (2005)
• Visual effects maestro Pablo Helman discusses dishing the destruction of alien invaders, working with Steven Spielberg and the psychology of cinema Horror

Æon Flux On-Set
• In part two of our exclusive report, director Karyn Kusama and producer David Gale discuss the cult character and their philosophy for bringing her to the big screen

Top 10: Little Monsters
• This issue, we unwrap the most ghastly things that come in small packages. And we’re not talking about the two-year-olds who scrawl all over your nice clean walls…

Saw II
• Fresh from Jigsaw’s twisted and torturous games, actor Donnie Wahlberg talks about his lead role in the grisly sequel. Look away if you’re squeamish!

• We jump into the deep end with star Jay R Ferguson for his take on this promising new show

  • ITV jumps on the Science Fiction bandwagon with Primeval
  • New Sci-Fi comedy from BBC 2 goes into Hyperdrive, while The Sally Lockhart Mysteries are commissioned
  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire cleans up at the box office
  • The Terminator franchise spins onto television
Reviews: Films
  • King Kong
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
  • Zathura
Reviews: TV
  • Doctor Who Children in Need mini-episode
  • Invasion Season One
  • Lost Season Two
  • New Captain Scarlet Season Two
  • Smallville Season Five
  • Supernatural Season One
  • Threshold Season One
Reviews: Books
  • Dark Lord by James Luceno
  • Death in Winter by Michael Jan Friedman
  • Pushing Ice by Alastair Reynolds
  • Quantico by Greg Bear
  • The Red King by Andy Mangels and Michael Martin
  • Sword of Angels by John Marco
  • The Traitor’s Sword by Amanda Hemingway
  • Trailer Park
    We take a look at the trailer for the rollercoaster-ride – literally! – that is Final Destination 3

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2005. Not for reproduction

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