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SFX

August 2019

SFX is the world's leading sci-fi, horror and fantasy magazine. Covering all areas of the genre across TV, movies, books, games, collectables and comics, every month SFX delivers news, features, exclusive Q&As, behind-the-scenes stories, star profiles and TV episode guides. Recently redesigned to reflect the growing mainstream popularity of sci-fi, now you can read our Hollywood news, TV celebrity interviews and top columnists on your computer or mobile device, thanks to Zinio.

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Future PLC Quay House, The Ambury, Bath BA1 1UA Editorial Editor Darren Scott darren.scott@futurenet.com Art Editor Jonathan Coates jonathan.coates@futurenet.com Deputy Editor Ian Berriman ian.berriman@futurenet.com Production Editor Iain Noble iain.noble@futurenet.com Editor-at-large Nick Setchfield US Editor Tara Bennett Contributors Sam Ashurst, Kimberley Ballard, Simon Bland, Dave Bradley, Saxon Bullock, Bryan Cairns, Nick Chen, Nicola Clarke, Rowan Coleman, Rhain Drinkwater, Richard Edwards (RE), Dave Golder (DG), Penny Dreadful, Rosie Fletcher, Will Ireland, Stephen Jewell (SJ), Catherine Kirkpatrick, Miriam McDonald, Jayne Nelson, Andrew Osmond, Tanavi Patel (TP), Will Salmon, Adam Tanswell, Oscar Taylor-Kent, Paul Tremblay, David West, James White, Jonathan Wright, Steve Wright Film Group, London Group Editor-in-Chief Jane Crowther, Deputy Editor Matt Maytum, Art Editor Mike Brennan, Reviews Editor Matthew Leyland, News Editor Jordan Farley, Group Production Editor Andrew Westbrook Cover images Main image: CBS/Entertainment One Photography Olly Curtis All copyrights and trademarks are recognised and respected Advertising Media packs are…

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the ed zone

As Ghostface repeatedly asked, “What’s your favourite scary movie?” When asked that question myself – thankfully not by masked maniacs – I usually reply, “Showgirls.” Joking aside (what’s not to love about Showgirls, after all?) it would be the Nightmare On Elm Street series. As a teenager I was obsessed with them. I didn’t really see it as “horror”, I saw it as a battle between good and evil – the same as Doctor Who, which had captured my imagination for as long as I could remember. It’s fair to say that I’ve always been more interested in the more “fantastical” elements of horror and scary stories – brutality has never been appealing, but Zsa Zsa Gabor getting sliced by a supernatural dream-stalker on a late-night talk show is, seemingly,…

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red alert

SCI-FACT! Between 1978 and 1985, Kenner sold over 300 million Star Wars action figures – great news for the estate of Sir Alec Guinness, as the Obi Wan act or chose to take a percentage of royalties as part of his contract. A “lost” story from the original planned season 23, “The Ultimate Evil”, will be released on audio by Big Finish in November.…

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the expanse expands on amazon

“My character gets to be more herself than ever in season four!” promises Shohreh Aghdashloo, who plays Secretary-General of the United Nations Chrisjen Avasarala in The Expanse. And why’s that? “There’s lots of swearing!” chimes in Frankie Adams, who plays Martian marine Bobbie Draper. “And that makes for our favourite version of Avasarala.” In case you didn’t know, the sudden lack of restrictions on potty-mouths (and Avasarala is already renowned for her colourful cussing) has come about because The Expanse, having been cancelled by Syfy after season three, was saved by Amazon following a fan petition. It did no harm either that Amazon boss, Jeff Bezos, is a fan of the hard-as-nails SF space opera, often described as Game Of Thrones in space. And now it’s on Amazon, who knows how Game…

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the banana splits movie

THE GANG ARE BACK! 1 Bingo, Fleegle, Drooper and Snorky return in a brandnew original movie from Blue Ribbon Content – Warner Bros Television Group’s digital studio – to be released on DVD, Blu-ray and a television debut on Syfy. But this isn’t like any Banana Splits adventure you’ve seen before – the film has been rated R for horror, violence and gore. REWRITING HISTORY 2 The Banana Splits Adventure Hour – a kids show mixing live action and cartoons – was produced by Hanna-Barbera and ran for two seasons from 1968 to 1970. (There was a short-lived revival in 2008.) This is the first time a Banana Splits on-screen adventure has been solely aimed at adults, although the group had a crossover with Suicide Squad in a 2017 DC Comics limited series. BIRTHDAY…

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