Matrix

November/December 2006


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Editor(s):  Tom Hunter and Claire Weaver
Price:      2.25
Pages:      32, A4

Notes:      #182


Editorial
    Why Music Is Science Fiction        Tricia Sullivan

Interviews
    Old School Style                    Richard Morgan
        by Tom Hunter
    Battle of the Planet                Mark Stirton
        by Martin McGrath

Columns
    Flicker (Film/TV News)              Claire Weaver and
                                        Tom Weaver
    News                                Claire Weaver and
                                        Tom Weaver
    Seduction of the Innocent 
          (Hellblazer: Empathy is the 
          Enemy; Albion; Civil War)     James Bacon
    World of Science                    Roderick Gladwish
    Foundation Favourites, Number 23: 
          Plan 9 From Outer Space)      Andy Sawyer
    Resonances: One in the Eye          Stephen Baxter

Film & Media Reviews
    Are you watching closely? (The 
          Prestige)                     Martin McGrath
    Panning for Gold (Pan's Labyrinth)  Martin McGrath
    Aronofsky's last requiem? (The 
          Fountain)                     Lon S. Cohen
    No Craft (The Covenant)             Martin McGrath
    The Illusionist                     Martin McGrath
    Roll Over James Cameron (The Planet)
                                        Martin McGrath
    Royale with cheese (Casino Royale)  John Hunter
    BBC Rediscovers SF (Torchwood, 
          Science Fiction Britannica, 
          Nigel Kneale)                 Charles Christian
    Host with the Most (The Host)       Martin McGrath
    All Over Again (Deja Vu)            Simon Gilmartin
    Light but Literate (Stranger Than 
          Fiction)                      Martin McGrath
    Hero Worship (Heroes)               Simon Gilmartin

Essays/Articles
    Makes No Difference Who You Are     Lon S. Cohen

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