Friday, August 11

SciFi Magazine Oct 2006 Issue


What's hot (and what's not) in the exciting world of entertainment! Read in-depth features, behind-the-scenes exclusives and revealing interviews. Gain unprecedented access to SCI FI Channel shows and movies, such as Battlestar Galactica, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis. Let SCI FI Magazine be your backstage pass to the entire entertainment arena.

Fall TV Special

Go behind the scenes for insider secrets on an explosive new season.

Battlestar Galactica 3.0

Battlestar Galactica won both a Peabody and an American Film Institute Award—and now it's on course to win over mainstream America.

New Shows
Heroes, Jericho and Sci Fi Investigates storm the fall TV schedule.

Promised Lands
Seeking sci-fi in Raines, Traveler and Six Degrees.

Returning & Continuing

Welcome back to 15 old friends.

Canceled Shows
Take a moment to say goodbye to Sydney Bristow and six other characters who won't see another fall.

Up & Coming Movies & Series
Hellboy is back—and more.

Once Upon A Time In America
Marcus Nispel made his rep directing music videos—and now he's choreographing a Viking war in Pathfinder.

Troubled Water
Hugh Jackman puts down his claws and picks up a sword for Darren Aronofsky's The Fountain.

Twisted Sister
Amber Tamblyn finds herself lost in translation in the Japanese horrorfest The Grudge 2.

Labor Day
After the Earth falls barren, it's up to director Alfonso CuarĂ³n to act as midwife to a new life form in The Children of Men.

Art of Warlocks
Four hip young warlocks team up to save the world as Renny Harlin casts a spell over The Covenant.

Dead & Loving It
A SCI FI magazine staffer is dying to get into show business as a zombie on the set of the SCI FI Channel original Dead and Deader.

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