SFX magazine "The World's Number One Sci-Fi magazine" Issue 183 (June 2009)
Cover story: "Terminator Salvation" At Last! It's War!
Exclusive! The Director talks Christian Bale, The Machines and the Mythology....
SPECIAL FREE GIFT: Transformers Magnets
We chat to director McG and give you all the goss on the much-anticipated movie - including an exclusive look at some of the storyboards and a chat with the film's special effects makeup supervisor!
Speaking of Terminator, we have an exclusive interview with the celebrated author on the truth behind that story about his legal action against James Cameron!
DRAG ME TO HELL
Sam Raimi's dipped his toes into the horror pool again! We talk to Raimi's second-in-command Rob Tapert about the Evil Dead director's return to old school horror.
It's the new fantasy comedy starring Matt Lucas! We talk to creators Peter Knight and Brad Johnson.
BRITISH SCI-FI NOVELS
We run down the ten most influential novels in British science fiction - how many have you read?
The New Weird novelist talks to us about his latest book, The City & The City.
HEROES AND INSPIRATIONS
Jeff Wayne explains what spurred him on in creating the musical version of War Of The Worlds.
Holodeck episodes of Star Trek - an ingenious way to add variety to the show or just a bit rubbish? The Couch Crew examines the evidence!
It could have been one of the best sci-fi series ever to grace the BBC, but it was not to be. We look back on the one-season wonder Star Cops.
Following on from last issue's retrospective on a radio show, this issue's Time Machine looks back on Gary Numan's classic concept album Replicas.
Patricia Arquette talks about the new season of Medium, Laila Rouass tells all about being the new kid on the block in Primeval, and Kate Griffin (aka Catherine Webb) explains why London is an endless source of inspiration to her.
A more recent title than most of our Book Club choices, but it's a good one nonetheless - Jeff Noon's Vurt.
We've got the final episodes of Pushing Daisies and Battlestar Galactica and the season premieres of Reaper and Primeval, as well as the return of Saving Grace and ongoing coverage of Dollhouse, The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Heroes!
BIG SHOT: It could be a return to the spirit of 2001: A Space Odyssey - we take our first look at Moon.
FREEZE FRAME: Pandorum - a tense space-bound thriller or an Event Horizon-esque mess from the producers of the Resident Evil films? We dissect the trailer.
W get the lowdown on the latest Stargate spin-off series, Stargate Universe!
He's given us movie masterpieces Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth - can he also deliver a brilliant book? Guillermo del Toro tells us about his new novel!
Reece Shearsmith tells us the five things we need to know about his and Steve Pemberton's new show, Psychoville!
We run down the robots who'll be in disguise for Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen!
We find out what's in store for the second half of Eureka's third season!
We chat to the producers of upcoming SF drama Warehouse 13.
RATED: Our verdicts on Star Trek, Drag Me To Hell and Coraline, as well as reviews of The Spirit, Being Human, Planet Of The Dead, The Deadly Assassin, and the new novels from China Mieville and Alastair Reynolds amongst others!
All this and lots more...