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VI Direct Catalogue : Starburst : Starburst 2003

Starburst #305, December 2003 Starburst #305, December 2003
(Reference #305)

Bumper 100-Page Bright New-Look Issue

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King As Aragorn mounts up to make the final stand against Lord Sauron and his evil hordes, actor Viggo Mortensen tells us all about Aragorn's role in the final part of this stunning Fantasy epic.
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Composer Howard Shore and professional bearded person John Rhys-Daves (also known as Gimli) discuss the end of an already classic trilogy.
The Matrix Revolutions Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Hugo Weaving give us their take on the making of the final part of the trilogy.
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We roll out the red carpet as stars step out to celebrate the release of the last Matrix film through the medium of cheesy grins and low-cut dresses.
Star Wars Come with us to a galaxy not so far away, as ILM’s FX wizards show us how they work their magic on the big screen… and discover how they made Yoda jump around in his amazing light-sabre duel.
Timeline Legendary director Richard Donner and the cast are whisked back to mediaeval times to find… Billy Connelly? Intrigued? You will be.

Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with The Matrix Revolutions, Timeline, Brother Bear and Scary Movie 3.

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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we have a look at The Punisher.

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Starburst #304, November - New Season 2003 Starburst #304, November - New Season 2003
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Bumper 100-Page Issue

The Matrix Revolutions As the world eagerly awaits the final instalment of the Sci-Fi trilogy, legendary producer Joel Silver talks about making the series.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Actor Dominic Monaghan on his role as the Shire-Dwelling Hobbit, Meriadoc Brandybuck, as the Fantasy epic approaches its stunning conclusion.
Timeline As Michael Crichton’s bestseller hits the big screen, director Richard Donner on the troubles of Time Travel and mediaeval fakery.
Doctor Who We board the TARDIS and talk to the legendary actor Tom Baker about the past, present and future of the hit Sci-Fi series.
Battlestar Galactica 2003 Katee Sackoff discusses her role as the ace Viper pilot lieutenant Starbuck in the new tv mini-series and reveals how the character will be just as tough being played by a woman.
Andromeda Head writer and executive producer Robert Engels on the challenges that await him with Season Four of the show.

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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with The Medallion, Alien, Cabin Fever, House of 1000 Corpses, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Octane, Dead End and Elf.
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables… With a special sealed and expanded section of the latest and up-to-date TV Reviews
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we have a look at Gothika, starring Halle Berry.

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Starburst #303, October 2003 Starburst #303, October 2003
(Reference #303)

Angel After coming perilously close to cancellation Angel is back for its fifth season, albeit with a few changes. David Boreanaz lets us in on the new developments that look set to breathe new life into the show.
Highlander With Highlander The Series gaining a new appreciation on DVD we caught up with Adrian Paul, best known as Donald MacLeod, to look back at his time as The One and teases us as to what might be in store for the franchise.
LXG There is no fate but what we make. Extraordinary Gentleman Shane West could argue against that as he tells us of how he swapped the Rise of the Machines for the brilliance of Alan Moore.
Enterprise As the series enters its crucial third season Dominic Keating is optimistic about life aboard the Starship, the future of Lt Malcolm Reed, and offers a sure-fire way to win back ratings!
The Butterfly Effect Already touted by those in the know as the cult film of 2004 we take a sneak look at the trippy Time-twisting film that everybody will be talking about.
Haunted As the much-maligned show finishes its short run star Matthew Fox looks back and remembers the dark gritty premise that attracted him so much.
Enterprise John Fleck may not be a household name or a familiar face but as Silik, the Siliban, he’s one of the few characters to have appeared in four Star Trek series.


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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Kill Bill Volume 1, Finding Nemo, The League of Extraordinary Gentleman and Underworld
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we have a look at Alien – Director’s Cut

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Starburst #302, September 2003 Starburst #302, September 2003
(Reference #302)

Lord of the Rings: As anticipation for The Return of King builds we present an exclusive interview with one of the major players who explains the best is yet to come...!
Thunderbirds: The Movie: A special news report straight from Pinewood studios with comments from Sir Ben Kingsley and director Jonathan Frakes
Angel: Beheaded but not forgotten... yet will Lilah Morgan return to the series? We quiz the show’s sexy siren...
Tomb Raider 2: Director Jan De Bont, who brought us Keanu on a bus, is back, and this time he’s taking on an action heroine with attitude…
Stargate SG-1: How new executive producer Robert C Cooper, like his predecessors, found himself in hot water with the dedicated Stargate fan base.
Freddy vs Jason: Star Robert Englund tells how his character Freddy is like Popeye to Jason’s Bluto in this long-awaited deathmatch movie!
Enterprise: Co-star Anthony Montgomery reveals how the show is going to get a lot grittier as the producers bid to boost ratings!


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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Laura Croft – Tomb Raider 2, Freddy vs Jason, Spy Kids 3-D, Jeepers Creepers 2 and Cyphers.
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we have a look at Timeline.

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Starburst #301, August 2003 Starburst #301, August 2003
(Reference #301)

Stargate SG-1: Amanda Tappings on playing Major Samantha Carter, tough as the men, but still with a feminine side…
Lord of the Rings: Gollum may be a clever CGI, but Frodo’s unpredictable friend would be nothing without his true master, Andy Serkis.
Hulk: Discover how the Hulk under-went numerous metamorphoses as writers strugled with the unsympathetic character.
Tomb Raider 2: Angelina Jolie returns as the intrepid explorer Lara Croft and she tells us why this time she’s not taking any prisoners…
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: As the dust settles on the series, we caught up with writer/producer/director Doug Petrie for the inside story…
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines: The series has a deserved high reputation for effects, so how did Pablo Helman rise to the challenge?
William Gibson: The Cyberpunk pioneer explains how his latest novel, set in 2002 and using current technology only, is still Science Fiction.

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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Hulk, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we have a look at Spy Kids 3-D.

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Starburst #300, July - ISSUE 300!!! 2003 Starburst #300, July - ISSUE 300!!! 2003
(Reference #300)

Celebrating an amazing 300 issues with a bumper edition!
Terminator 3: We visit the set to find out what makes a Terminator tick as Arnie returns in his biggest role yet!
The Matrix Reloaded: In a revealing interview, Keanu Reeves talks about his role as Neo.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Writer/director Marti Noxon reveals what went on during the seventh and final season.
Tomb Raider 2: We hear from the stars and crew in the first of our set visit reports.
Strange: Visual Effects maestro Neill Gorton on creating the effects fort the BBC series.
Terry Pratchett: The author talks about his ongoing Discworld series.
Hulk: We continue our set visit with director Ang Lee and the stars
Stargate SG-1: Michael Shanks on the return of a corporeal Daniel Jackson to the series.
The Twilight Zone: Writer/producer Pen Densham on the latest version of the classic series.

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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with The Butterfly Effect, The Matrix Reloaded, Wrong Turn and Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…
and Trailer Park, our humorous slant at a movie's trailer. This issue we have a look at Terminator 3.

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Starburst #299, June 2003 Starburst #299, June 2003
(Reference #299)

The Return of the King: Take a look ahead, with new pictures, at what’s in store when the Lord of the Rings trilogy concludes
X-Men 2 movie: Pictures from the World Première which took place in London’s Leicester Square in late April 2003
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an interview with director Bryan Singer
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Goodbye is the hardest word, but, as Buffy creator, writer and director Joss Whedon tells us, it is a doorway to new beginnings…
The Matrix Reloaded: Learn the secrets of Neo, Trinity and Morpheus from Dan Glass, Visual Effects Supervisor.
Hulk: We take a look at the new film…
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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with X-Men 2, Identity and Malefiquek, with a guest review of The Matrix Reloaded.
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…
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Starburst #298, May 2003 Starburst #298, May 2003
(Reference #298)

Angel: David Boreanaz talks about the series' fourth year and its future…
Thunderbirds movie: First picture!
The Matrix Reloaded : We go behind the scenes.
Enterprise: Star Connor Trinneer, otherwise known as 'Trip' Tucker.
The Dead Zone: Producer Michael Piller tells what the future has in store for the series.
Smallville: Producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar on a new type of kryptonite in town and why Clark's feeling bad
King Kong III: Peter Jackson will be turning his attention from The Lord of the Rings to re-make the larger-than-life ape movie
Strange: The television series of battling the devil is set to return, with Richard Coyle as John Strange.
Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Dreamcatcher and Bulletproof Monk.
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…

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Starburst #297, April 2003 Starburst #297, April 2003
(Reference #297)

The Matrix Reloaded: Re-enter the Machine with the cast and crew as the innovative Animatrix shorts set the scene for this Spring’s sequel, The Matrix Reloaded.
Stargate SG-1 : Star Christopher Judge on his first filmed story in Season Six, The Changeling.
The Core : Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank and co-star Aaron Eckhart.
Tremors: The Series: Return to Perfection with producer David Israel.
Daredevil: Ben Affleck takes a moment out to meet the press, and tells us about the Press, J-Lo… oh, and his role as the Man without Fear!
Children of Dune: Cast and crew detail the newest adaptation of Frank Herbert's epic saga.
The Star Trek Experience: William Shatner takes us on a private tour of the hit Hyde Park exhibition.
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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with The Core, Darkness Falls and Intacto.
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…

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Starburst #296, March 2003 Starburst #296, March 2003
(Reference #296)

Emma Caulfield: Her new film, and why she's leaving Buffy.
The Second Coming: Writer Russell T Davies talks about his latest TV series.
Daredevil: Director Mark Steven Johnson on remaining faithful to the the comic strips, and the lost sex scene!
Farscape: Creator Rockne O'Bannon talks about the show's stunning cancellation.
Solaris: Stars George Clooney and Natascha McElhone on this new version of a Sci-Fi classic.
Star Trek: Nemesis: Tom Hardy discusses playing the clone of Picard, Shinzon.
The Two Towers: The designs and creations of Treebeard, the other Ents and Fangorn forest.
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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Final Destination 2, Daredevildark Water and The Happiness of the Katakuris
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…

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Starburst #295, February 2003 Starburst #295, February 2003
(Reference #295)

Daredevil.: We reveal the tangled history of Spider-Man’s rival as New York’s greatest crime-fighter
Star Trek: Nemesis: The stars celebrate at the London première and the Hyde Park Star Trek exhibition.
And… Gladiator writer John Logan is the man behind the script, revealing he is just a fan at heart!
Angel: Make-up designer Robert Hall uses his fertile imagination to make nightmares.
The Two Towers: The amazing Gollum – real acting interpreted into an amazing CGI creation
Solaris: Classic Russian cinema gets the Hollywood treatment by director Steven Soderbergh and producer James Cameron.
Dreamcatcher: We visit the set in Canada to hear stories of ghosts, aliens and nightmares in this latest Stephen King adaptation.
Cypher: Vincenzo Natali, the director of cult favourite Cube, on his new project.
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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Solaris, Equilibrium, Star Trek: Nemesis, Treasure Planet, and Tuxedo
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new collectables…

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Starburst #294, January 2003 Starburst #294, January 2003
(Reference #294)

Buffy The Vampire Slayer: For actor Anthony Stewart Head his character Rupert Giles is still an active force in the Buffyverse
Die Another Day: Four Bonds and the Queen at the Royal Première
X2: …or X-Men 2. The press conference report, where no one can give anything away…
The Two Towers: More on the batlle at Helm's Deep
Star Trek: Nemesis: Patrick Stewart on returning to the role of Picard
Harry Potter: The Chamber of Secrets: Producer David Heyman and more thoughts from the young stars
Taken: Steven Spielberg's TV mini-series
Fantasy interview: Fantasy author Juliet E McKenna interviewed
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Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Adam Sandler ’s Crazy Nights, Fear Dot Com, The Ghost Ship, Lord of the Rings:The Two Towers, The Ring, Spider and Star Trek:Nemesis
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Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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