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Starburst #280, December 2001 Starburst #280, December 2001
(Reference #280)
Buffy The Vampire Slayer – from industry joke to the biggest Fantasy show around… what's the secret? From Hell – 123 years on, can the Ripper's identity be revealed? Join Johnny Depp in tackling infernal evil. Randall & Hopkirk – Writer Gareth Roberts takes you backstage on his Avengers-esque episode Painkillers... Angel – New recruit Amy Acker on finding her feet as 'Fred', and joining the gang as a regular. Captain Scarlet & the Mysterons – The definitive by-numbers guide to Spectrum's secret war against Martian Mysterons. Quatermass and the Pit – a Retrospective on the story of Hammer's film version. Plus: Q&A – Enterprise helmsman Anthony Montgomery steers a steady course through our quickfire questions. Reviews – Alan Jones on John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars, Mulholland Drive and HP Lovecraft's Dagon; Ian Spelling on episodes of Roswell, Enterprise, Buffy and Mutant X, plus Bookshelf, Videofile etc…
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Starburst #279, November 2001 Starburst #279, November 2001
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Harry Potter – Meet producer David Heyman, director Chris Columbus and screenwriter Steve Kloves for lessons in motion picture magic. PLUS! Young star Daniel Radcliffe on Harry, Hagrid, and Hogwarts! From Strip to Screen – With Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man in post-production, we analyse the superhero genre in a new 5-part series. Farscape – Producer David Kemper's overview of Season 3, dropping teasing hints about Aeryn, D’Argo and Crichton… The Time Machine – director of the 2002 movie, Simon Wells, on bringing his ancestor’s classic novel to the screen. Earth: Final Conflict – Kevin Kilner on returning to fight a new threat to the planet. Superman – The oft-troubled production of the greatest superhero movie. Q & A with Enterprise’s John Billingsley on his new life as a Denobulan plus all our regulars, including first reviews of Enterprise and Buffy Season 6.
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Starburst #278, October 2001 Starburst #278, October 2001
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Farscape – how did it become the 21st Century's first must-see series? Discover Farscape's magic and mayhem. Lord of the Rings – Sean Astin & Orlando Bloom on life as Legolas the Elf & Sam Gamgee. Angel – J August Richards chats about his first full season as strong-arm sidekick Charles Gunn. Dan Dare – rescued from Eagle comic's yellowing pages, discover Dan's renewal in his own cartoon series! Sapphire and Steel: By Numbers – the vital statistics of this abstract adventure series. Terminator 2 – Starburst's Retrospective goes back to 1991, when James Cameron's surly robot saved the future… Q & A – Buffy’s James Marsters is at the pointy end of our questionnaire! Things to Come – Fan debate rages over Star Wars title Attack of the Clones. Reviews – In a packed section… Spielberg’s A.I., Burton’s Planet of the Apes, Scary Movie 2 and The Others, plus TV View on First Wave, Outer Limits, The Chronicle and Dead Last.
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Starburst #277, September 2001 Starburst #277, September 2001
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Angel and Buffy – Joss Whedon talks Vampires and Slayers, and lets rip over crossovers, cast changes and the Alien franchise. Planet of the Apes – Director Tim Burton, plus his stars Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth and Helena Bonham-Carter, on re-imagining the apes. Enterprise – As the 5th Star Trek series is prepared for TV screens, we visit the gala press launch in LA and meet up with the cast of the SS Enterprise NX-01! Cats & Dogs – It's moggy versus mongrel in the latest CGI-assisted movie hit. We chat to the cast and crew… The Outer Limits – Executive Producer Pen Densham on one of the most innovative Sci-Fi shows on TV. Plus Neil Gaiman on American Gods and writing for Babylon 5, Retrospective on John Carpenter's The Thing, Alan Jones on Jeepers Creepers and Jurassic Park 3, and much more…
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Starburst #276, August 2001 Starburst #276, August 2001
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Jurassic Park 3 – As the third dino movie crashes in, we talk to the cast and crew behind the monster munching hit. Final Fantasy – Hironobu Sakaguchi on developing this summer's hottest SF blockbuster animation. A.I. – Download the facts about the Speilberg / Kubrick movie, including the boy wonder himself, Haley Joel Osment. Star Trek: Voyager – From First Officer to first offender, Robert Beltran talks candidly about the ups and downs of the show. Earth: Final Conflict – Anita La Selva reflects on her years as the scheming and manipulative Zo’or. The Invisible Man – Paul Ben-Victor shines a light on playing sidekick Bobby Hobbes. Planet of the Apes – Prior to Tim Burton’s adaptation, the original 1960's film is this month’s Retrospective.
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Starburst #275, July 2001 Starburst #275, July 2001
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Cover: Enterprise's Scott Bakula, the new retro-Trek captain. We introduce the new series' cast & crew, plus: Voyager's Kate Mulgrew on the ending of her series. Tomb Raider – writer John Zinman on swapping Playstation for pen to script the big screen adventure. Evolution – David Duchovny on taking on the aliens again in this Ivan (Ghostbusters) Reitman comedy. Terry Pratchett – the Discworld master on mixing satire with temporal mechanics in his 2001 novel Thief of Time. A special tribute to Douglas Adams, with a personal memoir from Simon Jones (aka Hitch-Hiker's Arthur Dent). Close Encounters of the Third Kind – now on DVD, the classic 1977 Spielberg movie is this month's Retrospective. Not forgetting the finest reviews section known to man, with the cream of films, books soundtracks, television, models and DVDs all scrutinized for you. Plus Shrek's stars and film-makers on giving fairy-tale animation a new lease of CGI life, and the key US series finales surveyed in TV View.
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Starburst #274, June 2001 Starburst #274, June 2001
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Tomb Raider – Angelina Jolie enters the blockbuster arena as Lara Croft, & we go behind-the-scenes as she makes gamers' dreams into reality! Star Trek: Voyager – we beam on-set with the crew (and writers) for their penultimate mission, Renaissance Man. The Mummy Returns – Arnold Vosloo and beloved princess Patricia Velasquez on reviving for the record-breaking extravaganza. First Wave – creator Chris Brancato interprets the details of his alien invasion series, and predicts Cade Foster's future. Andromeda – Keith Hamilton Cobb on life as the genetically enhanced Nietzchean Tyr. Earth: Final Conflict – we uncover the secrets on 4th season episode, Atonement. Day of the Triffids – the adaptations of John Wyndham's classic floral thriller in this month’s Retrospective.
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Starburst #273, May Mummy Returns cover 2001 Starburst #273, May Mummy Returns cover 2001
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Cover 1 of 2 – see alternative below. The Mummy Returns – Sequel of the Year? We take the wraps off the hugely anticipated production… Cover shows Rachel Weisz, WWF's The Rock and Brendan Fraser. X-Files Season 8 / The Lone Gunmen – Chris Carter on his two hit series, plus Bruce Harwood on the spin-off. Tomb Raider – Angelina Jolie and director Simon West on Lara Croft's move to the big screen. Plus Robert Picardo on Star Trek: Voyager's final season, Alexondra Lee on Special Unit 2, Roger Cross on First Wave and a Total Recall retrospective. Please order this version to receive The Mummy cover
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Starburst #273X, May X-Files cover 2001 Starburst #273X, May X-Files cover 2001
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Cover 2 of 2 – see alternative above. Contents as above, but with alternative cover showing Doggett, Scully and Skinner from The X-Files Season 8. Choose between our movie and TV-related covers! Please order this version to receive The X-Files cover
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Starburst #272, April 2001 Starburst #272, April 2001
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Buffy Season 5 – the youngest of the Summers girls, Michelle Trachtenberg, on Dawn's Key issues. Angel – your cordial Host, Andy Hallett, gives voice on Season 2. Other interviews: Voyager's Robert Duncan McNeill, Earth: Final Conflict's costume designer Madeleine Stewart, Andromeda's exec producer Alan Eastman, author Gabriel King, Dark Angel's Valerie Rae Miller and Monkeybone director Henry Selick. Plus 6-page retrospective on Back to the Future and the finest reviews section known to man, with the cream of films, books soundtracks, television, comics and DVDs all scrutinized for you.
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Starburst #271, March 2001 Starburst #271, March 2001
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The Lone Gunmen & Chris Carter reveal why this spin-off is far removed from The X-Files. Gillian Anderson – As Scully takes prime position on The X-Files, she shares her thoughts on Season 8. David Boreanaz – Angel's star on taking the limelight, plus divorce, dogs and golf. Plus The B-Team – the rules for successful sidekicks considered. Jeri Ryan – our favourite Borg on vamping it up in Dracula 2000, plus life after Voyager. Claudia Black – Farscape's Aeryn Sun on season 2's upheavals. Spider-Man – Join cast and crew of the Sam Raimi version, before their webs unfurl. Earth: Final Conflict – Da'an actress Leni Parker talks Taelon… Blade Runner Retro – the making of Ridley Scott's classic, 20 years on, including Sean Young and composer Vangelis. Shadow of the Vampire – Teutonic favourite Udo Kier on his role in this bizarre toothy flick. Dungeons & Dragons – Jeremy Irons on dipping his toe into fantasy movies. 12 features plus 20 pages of reviews!
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Starburst #270, February 2001 Starburst #270, February 2001
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Star Trek: Voyager – Kate Mulgrew prepares to come down to Earth. Stargate SG-1 – Amanda Tapping, Don S Davis and Teryl Rothery talk, plus our Season 2 episode guide. Shadow of the Vampire – director Elias Merhige on his fictionalised account of Murnau's classic Nosferatu. Sheena: Queen of the Jungle – Douglas Schwartz on reinventing an action hero in Gena Lee Nolin's shape. Ray Harryhausen – Dynamation hero's glittering career surveyed. Plus Alex Cox on Death & the Compass and what's wrong with Hollywood, 2001 And All That – past visions of the future exposed, and Alien Comics – better than the recent films?
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Starburst #269, January 2001 Starburst #269, January 2001
(Reference #269)
Dark Angel – Co-creator Charles Eglee on genetically-enhanced groove-girl Max's success. Unbreakable – M Night Shyamalan, Bruce Willis and Sam Jackson's gut feelings on their supernatural thriller. Alex Proyas – Acclaimed writer-director (The Crow, Dark City) on moving into a digital realm. Ib Melchior – renowned writer of classic B-movies in a rare interview. Red Planet – Carrie-Anne Moss on being commanding in the Martian movie. Horror in 2000 – the year's genre movie contenders. Supernova – Lou Diamond Phillips on regaining lost youth in galactic extravaganza. Stargate SG-1 – the missions of O'Neill and team charted: Part 1 of our guide.
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