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Issue #41 ships from 22 Nov UK £2.99 / US $4.99
NEWS REVIEWS FEATURE

The X-Files
• When the series left Vancouver, location scouters Louisa Gradnitzer and Todd Pitson stayed behind and wrote a book, X Marks the Spot, about their work. We have the inside story and their pictures of spooky sites!

Centre Points: Jon Gries as computer whizz BrootsThe Pretender
• Over the last three years, computer genius Broots has taken an increasingly large role in the series. Jon Gries talks through his schemes for world domination in Season Four, and the Profiler crossovers here!

Charmed
• He’s been violent, he’s got a friend who can turn into a panther, and he’s a warlock. Join Xposé for some Blood Panther Rex Magic with Neil Roberts, the villainous Rex from Season One.

David Boreanaz plays Angel: pic © Paul Fenton / Moonglow PhotosAngel
• WB’s hit of the season is about to go through some major changes. Series overseer and writer/director/producer Joss Whedon takes us through his plans and reveals some secrets! Plus: the first Buffy / Angel crossover stories reviewed here!

The World is Not Enough
• As the latest Bond film opens across the world, Serena Scott Thomas gives us a warm flash when she talks about her role in the movie and her watchful appearance in the third season of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. The first-class, #1 smash film is reviewed here

Tender: San and Ashitaka Princess Mononoke
• Hayao Miyazaki, director of this fantastic Japanese animé, on his hopes for his brainchild on its world cinema release, dubbed by stars such as Gillian Anderson, Claire Danes and Billy Crudup

The Green Mile
• After his success adapting Stephen King’s The Shawshank Redemption for film, Frank Darabont returns to the master horror writer's work. Michael Clarke Duncan reveals his role in the prison-bound supernatural events

PLUS!
  • In a bumper Strange Transmissions: reviews of The World is Not Enough , Sleepy Hollow, and The House on Haunted Hill, plus all the new seasons under the microscope, including Buffy&Angel,Seven Days, Earth: Final Conflict, The Pretender, Charmed, Xena, Hercules Now and Again and Roswell alongside old favourites GvsE, Stargate SG-1 and Sliders.
  • The latest news in Strange Happenings including Doyle's bad luck in Angel, more X-Men news, the truth behind Harsh Realm’s deletion, and the UK’s classy Ultraviolet heads for foreign shores.
  • 10 Things You Never Knew About...
    LEXXy thing Xenia Seeberg, also known as Xev
  • In Coming Attractions we preview the upcoming supernatural thrillers Lost Souls and The Ninth Gate.
Images used from this issue are copyright: David Richardson, Paul Fenton / Moonglow Photos, Buena Vista, Paramount Pictures, MGM / Eon / Danjaq LLC / Showtime, Grant Kempster / Visual Imagination
Features © Visual Imagination Ltd 1999. Not for reproduction
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