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VI Direct Catalogue : Starburst : Starburst 2000

Starburst #268, December 2000 Starburst #268, December 2000
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer – A revolution in the genre or just incredible? What Lies Beneath – Director Robert Zemeckis on haunting us with his new thriller. The Cell – Inside the mind of screen writer Mark Protosevich. Sci-Fi god, Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man. B-Movie scare-mongers, It! The Terror From Beyond Space and Planet of the Vampires. Richard Matheson – The classic Sci-Fi writer talks about his vast genius. Musical Bond – David Arnold speaks. TV reviews on new season Buffy, Angel, Voyager and Roswell. Plus Super, Bat and Spider-men all on the big screen!
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Starburst #267, November 2000 Starburst #267, November 2000
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Farscape – creator Rockne S O'Bannon exclusive on the long genesis and rapid success of his series. Red Planet – Val Kilmer on playing the nice guy on Mars. The Alien saga – an 8-page retrospective on the film cycle at age 21. The 6th Day – Arnold Schwarzenegger on location in a multiplied role . Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows – Stephen Barker Turner on joining the phenomenon's sequel. Plus screenwriter Andrew Marlowe on Hollow Man, Tyler Mane on X-Men's Sabretooth, Val Guest's The Day The Earth Caught Fire reconsidered, over 30 pages of reviews, and a free Sarah Michelle Gellar photo-print!
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Starburst #266, October 2000 Starburst #266, October 2000
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LEXX – Brian Downey reveals all on chasing girls in Space. Highlander: Endgame – special location report with Christopher Lambert and director Doug Aarniokoski. Paul Verhoeven – the distinctive director of Hollow Man in conversation. Hammer's SF Films – a meaty survey starting with Quatermass and including rare promo art. The Sight – Paul Anderson on his TV pilot about a supernatural sleuth. Plus more Star Trek Babes (see also Starburst Special #45) and 30 pages of reviews including Space Cowboys.
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Starburst #265, September 2000 Starburst #265, September 2000
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Robocop returns – Writers Joseph O'Brien and Brad Abraham on their 8-hour mini-series Prime Directives. Paul Verhoeven's SF – After Hollow Man's success, we revisit RoboCop, Total Recall and Starship Troopers. Nigel Kneale – Ten-page profile of the dark body of work by the creator of Quatermass. Pitch Black – David Twohy on the Stateside SF hit. Games Movies – can they transfer well to the big screen? The Prisoner – New movie rumours? McGoohan's baffling fable on DVD? Time to interrogate Number Six again. Spawn and Batman Beyond – the edgiest animations around?
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Starburst #264, August 2000 Starburst #264, August 2000
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X-Men – director Bryan Singer and producer Thomas DeSanto on bringing Marvel's mutants to the screen. Titan AE – Don Bluth and Gary Goldman on their ambitious After Earth animation epic. Richard Matheson – career retrospective on the novelist & scripter, from Star Trek to Stir of Echoes. Dark Knight – swords and sorcery for a new TV Ivanhoe. A Century of Dinosaur Cinema celebrated as Disney's own Dinosaur bursts free. Plus Starship Trropers on TV re-evaluated, and 30 pages of reviews.
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Starburst #263, July 2000 Starburst #263, July 2000
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Kubrick's SF: the master director's fantasy cinema examined, from Dr Strangelove to 2001 and AI. Farscape – Gigi Edgley on joining Moya's crew as high-energy urchin Chiani. Mission: Impossible 2 – director John Woo and sultry star Thandie Newton interviewed. Star Wars – the new Anakin, Hayden Christiansen, talks. Chicken Run – director Nick Park tries to dodge the fowl puns. Stargate SG-1 – season 4 photo-preview. Plus US TV network cancellations analysed, Battlefield Earth and M:I-2 reviewed – and John Brosnan's column in 20 years old…
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Starburst #262, June 2000 Starburst #262, June 2000
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Star Wars – looking ahead to Episode Two, Jake Lloyd and multi-role-playing Jerome Blake interviewed, Art of Star Wars exhibition covered: 15 pages of exclusives and photos. Battlefield Earth – Patrick Tatopoulos and his amazing designs. Frequency – director Gregory Hoblit on his new timeline-changing hit thriller. Final Destination – Morgan & Wong on their spooky in-flight entertainment. Stir of Echoes – we give Kevin Bacon a light grilling. Voyager – writer Michael Taylor on his highly-rated episodes. Plus 25 pages of reviews.
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Starburst #261, May 2000 Starburst #261, May 2000
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Galaxy Quest – Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman and director Dean Parisot on the top Sci-Fi spoof (plus review). Farscape – 2 free prints (Crichton/Aeryn Sun) & exclusive Zhaan postcard! Voyager – on-set exclusive as LeVar Burton directs Season 6's Role Call, with an impostor Janeway. 10th Kingdom designers Rob Hinds and Julian Fullalove reveal stunning sketches. Randall & Hopkirk: 1969 vs 2000 – battle of the opening episodes! Mission to Mars – Brian de Palma and crew (Gary Sinise, Connie Nielsen) visit the red planet. Plus Roger Christian on Battlefield Earth, Tom de Ville on Urban Gothic, over 25 pages of reviews.
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Starburst #260, April 2000 Starburst #260, April 2000
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New-look issue – more pages. Pitch Black – a new breed of alien killers! Director David Twohy on desert challenges, plus stars Radha Mitchell and Cole Hauser. Star Trek: the Inside Story – 16-page section as prolific director Alexander Singer recalls episodes of TNG, DSN and Voyager. Battlefield Earth – John Travolta on playing the baddie. Buffy's Season 4 beau Marc Blucas on enrolling at UC Sunnydale. Randall & Hopkirk – revived! Stunning effects work investigated, and Reeves & Mortimer talk. Plus Earth: Final Conflict and Supernova designers and artwork, LEXX Season 3, and expanded reviews section.
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Starburst #259, March 2000 Starburst #259, March 2000
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Roswell / Star Trek: Jonathan Frakes on creating Roswell, guesting on 3rd Rock and the next Trek movie. New Sci-Fi TV – four series for 2000 profiled; The Others – talking with the ensemble from Morgan & Wong's stunning paranormal newcomer. Cleopatra 2525 – RJ Stewart on creating 3 tough futuristic female fighters; Secret Agent Man – ex-Starship Trooper Dina Meyer on Holiday in a trio of superspies; Jack of all Trades – producers of the outlandish Bruce Campbell-led adventure comedy talk. Plus John Lasseter and the godfathers of Toy Story 2, director Frank Darabont on journeying down The Green Mile, Voyager's Tim Russ on plans for life after Tuvok, and Red Dwarf creator Rob Grant previews The Strangerers.
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Starburst #258, February 2000 Starburst #258, February 2000
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The X-Files: leading lights Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny on their final days (allegedly) with an SF phenomenon. Sleepy Hollow – on set with Tim Burton's superb fantasy – tons of interviews & photos: Christina Ricci, Caspar van Dien, creature designer Kevin Yagher and more. Farscape – leading man Ben Browder on the must-see SF show heading for a second season. Plus Tim Allen on mock-heroism in Galaxy Quest, Star Trek Voyager writer Bryan Fuller, Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus on Bicentennial Man, Stigmata director Rupert Wainwright.
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Starburst #257, January 2000 Starburst #257, January 2000
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End of Days: Arnold Schwarzenegger on confronting the Devil, plus director Peter Hyams and writer Andrew W Malone. Farscape: producers Rockne O’Bannen and David Kemper on the bizarre Moya’s crew and Season Two. Angel: half-demon Doyle, alias Glenn Quinn, on helping a tortured vampire see the light. Star Trek: Voyager – Designer Richard James on 12 years' work in the 24th Century. First Wave: creator Chris Brancanto and star Sebastian Spence reveal plans for their second season. PLUS: Seven Days' Justina Vail, Beastmaster's Daniel Goddard, Ben Stiller on Mystery Men and Kevin Smith on Dogma.
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