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Femme Fatales January 1, 1999 Volume 7 Number 9

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Femme Fatales January 22, 1999 Volume 7 Number 10

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Femme Fatales February 12, 1999 Volume 7 Number 11

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Femme Fatales March 5, 1999 Volume 7 Number 12

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Femme Fatales March 26, 1999 Volume 7 Number 13

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Femme Fatales April 16, 1999 Volume 7 Number 14

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Femme Fatales May 7, 1999 Volume 7 Number 15

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Femme Fatales May 28, 1999 Volume 7 Number 16

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Femme Fatales June 18, 1999 Volume 7 Number 17
Carrie-Anne Moss - The Matrix: Cast in sci-fi thriller helmed by the Wachowski brothers (Bound), Moss plays a "Lara Croft" surrogate in a world enslaved by virtual reality. The actress raps about her extremely physical role; The making of the Matrix: Withdrawing from 'the dumbing down of movies,' i.e. producing 'smarter sci-fi' by circumventing mainstream Hollywood. The stone cold, behind-the-scenes reality involved in a film about unreality; Rachel Weisz - The Mummy Maiden: The star of independently-produced pix goes commercial, enduring camels, curses, desert heat, CGI effects and the living dead. There's just one hitch: 'I don't like horror movies! I get really scared!!'; Julie Strain - Cells, sci-fi, sex appeal: The heir to Sybil Danning's 'action heroine' handle, this alluring entrepreneur is blending curves and cartoons in the very animate Heavy Metal: Fakk II: the fantasy femme fries-up the franchise; Shelley Duvall - She's still Shinning: Making her debut in 1970, she's made a profusion of fantasy films: The Shinning, 3 Women, Popeye, Time Bandits, et al. The actress discusses her recent sci-fi movie; Kerine Elkins: Bras and Bogeymen: The punk rocker stars in a confection of sci-fi & mayhem: "it was an honor being in the same film with the producer of Blood Feast - even though I was hanging from the meathook most of the time." ; Sally Kirkland - Sex from outer space: Turning director, the Oscar-nominated actress- aka "the first nude actor in New York theater" - relates a story of erotic exploration (extraterrestrial style) in Women: Stories of Passion; Veronica's closet: X-Files, The Birds...- and Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Alien, Witches of Eastwick. As the self-professed "queen of sci-fi," Veronica Cartwight has all the right stuff; Michele Scarabelli - Sci-fi Siren: She portrayed our favorite martian on the Alien Nation series and five movie spin-offs: off-camera, the outspoken actress sounds-off, about the environment, nudity, Hollywood & her show; A sexy TV series spawns Creepshow 3: The Hot Springs Hotel sitcom reveals more tan than wit. The producer's projects oscillate from John Sayles to an epic about big mosquitoes: and he's itching to do Creepshow sequels.

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Femme Fatales July 9, 1999 Volume 8 Number 1

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Femme Fatales July 30, 1999 Volume 8 Number 2

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Femme Fatales August 20, 1999 Volume 8 Number 3

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wish list Femme Fatales September 10, 1999 Volume 8 Number 4
"The Curse": Sex & She Wolves: It's that time of month for lycanthropes. Director Jacqueline Garry adds a feminist slant to the myth.
"Scream Queens" The Musical: "They Sing, They Dance, They Die!" A musical revue lampoons the horror babes who were sliced and diced; Linnea Quigley: Silent Scream: The Sovereign of Showers & Splatter recalls a bygone era, including her abdication as a scream queen; The genesis & end of scream queens: Editor Calvin Beck developed the "scream queen" handle as homage to veteran actresses!; After her "Slumber Party Massacre": Recounting a decade of lathering-up and shrieking, horror vet Brinke Stevens eulogizes the scream queens; Michelle Bauer: Screamin' laughter: She's an actress, comedienne and Hollywood's missed opportunity. But don't call her a scream queen; Donna D'Errico: Bye to Malibu Barbie: From bombshell to bees: a former Baywatch babe drops her bikini and suits-up for screaming in Candyman III; Sapphism snd Science Fiction: Sarah Connor (Terminator II), Ellen Ripley (Aliens), etc.: lesbians finally identify with the genre; Cult queen is out of the closet: Fed-up with tenement films, Phoebe Legere stars as Marquis De Slime, adapted from her script; Tina Louise: Not Giddy about Gilligan: Rejecting a Cary Grant film, she approved a role that Jayne Mansfield declined - something about a 3-hour tour; A Sci-Fi siren meets Jerry Springer: The untold story behind the unlikely "tabloid couple": it began at Las Vegas' annual caucus of pulchritude and porn; Tracy Scoggins: Beyond "Babylon 5"?: Formerly bad & bikini-clad, this former sex kitten has reformed into one of the genre's beloved role models.

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Femme Fatales October 1, 1999 Volume 8 Number 5
Roger Corman's "Millenium Queen": So what's in the future for Julie Strain, Queen of the B-Pix? A surfeit of sci-fi, shoot-'em-ups, snow and showers.

"Heavy Metal II: F.A.K.K.2" The Movie - It's "Road Warrior", "Terminator" & Sex: A animated movie pioneers "the new [sci-fi] mythology": cast includes all breeds of bloodsuckers, beasts and babes.

Kevin Eastman: creator of F.A.K.K.2: The Heavy Metal publisher launched a media empire with the creation of his "teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."

Julie Strain is F.A.K.K.2, femme fatale: Some nudity was required for her Sundance appearance: reflections of sex goddesses and comic book heroines.

Monsters that eat naked L.A. starlets: Did we get your attention? the "full-busted bitch Barbarella" talks Zen filmmaking (no scripts), low budgets & religion.

The adventures of Lisann DeVaul: Sci-fi modeling & Lara Croft cloning: She formerly modeled as "Sheena": now the sci-fi siren is swinging into action, posing as even juicier jungle babe.

Gen 13: "Dawson's Creek," sci-fi style: The comic book is adapted into an animated movie: a smoky show-down, a tempestuous heroine, sexy sci-fi.

Comic books & sultry superheroines: They're bad, bosomy, hot & homicidal: do the medium's anti-heroines wield a negative influence among male fans?

Drawn to be bad & bustin' out on video: Cleavage/carnage. London Night's bad girls cooked in comics: now they're embodied as live action vixens; She's the surrogate Bettie Page: Christa Campbell, who's posed as the pinup icon & London Night's alluring aurora, is cracking the Boys Club; She's the part time "Vampirella": Carolyn Renne Smith, Vampi's alter ego, discusses roles for mature (30+) women & the dark side of kiddie TV.

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Femme Fatales October 22, 1999 Volume 8 Number 6
Flinstones II: Prehistoric Pulchritude: Jim Henson's dinosaurs vs mother-in-law from hell (Joan Collins): it's about Fred & Wilma's romance.

Kiana Tom: "Universal Soldier II": Cable-TV's workout diva straps on heavy artillery in this sci-fi sequel: it's about a super computer that flips its chip.

Heidi Schanz: "Universal Soldier II": She really gives a Damme: formerly a supporting player in sci-fi pix, Schanz kicks butt in computer killer saga.

Tia Carrere: TV's Lara Croft?: Allure, action and artifacts. Cast as TV's Relic Hunter, Carrere is the embodiment of a certain CD siren.

Lucy Lawless explores Xena's Psyche, & speculates on the heroine's future: The actress raps about her accident, The 3 Stooges, the series' dark episodes & Xena's alternative lifestyle (?).

Xena on the cutting room floor: Rob Tapert, the series' producer/creator, sounds-off on Lucy Lawless, censorship, violence & lesbian ambiguity.

Claire Stansfield: Xena's witch alti: The ex-model candidly discusses nudity, B-films, superwomen, The X-Files & a movie she'd prefer to forget.

Alexandra Tydings: Xena's Aphrodite: Admitting that she's not a sci-fi girl, the starlet recounts the myth and maintenance of her live goddess.Xena the 'Sin Trade' diary, written by the actress who plays Otere: Gauged by FF19 as one of Sci-Fi's 50 Sexiest Femmes, she chronicles her tenure on the TV show.Christina Fulton: Lucida's Spell: Meet the next millennium's femme fatale (& screenwriter). Roles include a rebellious vampire and sexy witch.

Jon Jacobs: Lucida's Spell: Meet a director who reformed genre icons-witches & female vampires-into symbols of sexuality & strength.

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Femme Fatales November 12, 1999 Volume 8 Number 7
James Bond's femmes: Bonding together in The World Is Not Enough, Denise Richards & sultry Sophie Marceau discuss their roles in the 007 epic.

Heather's nightmares: Heather Langenkamp recalls Wes Craven & Freddy - and admits that living on Elm Street was both, a sweet dream & a nightmare.

Stuart Gordon: Re-Animated: Heads up! The horrormeister (and Disney operative), who re-animated the genre, raps about violence, pigeonholing, Full Moon, dolls and his favorite femmes fatales.

Barbara Crampton: Re-Animated: Bidding adieu to doaps, the daytime TV/horror movie veteran may slip behind-the-scenes for her sci-fi venue. But she may initially reunite with her Re-Animator director.

The devil and Winona Ryder: Meg Ryan co-produces Lost Souls, a supernatural saga about Satan, spiritual restoration, substantive women's roles. Will Ryder and Co. exorcise cliches from the genre?

Rebecca Ferrati: Undercovered: The FF19 cover woman has been decorative in films ranging 'A' to 'B' (Embrace of the Vampire) but she claims there's nothing very pretty about a white slavery 'scandal.'

Castle returns to Haunted Hill: The daughter of William Castle, legendary filmmaker/huckster, is engaged as co-producer on a remake of her dad's gimmicky 1958 B-classic, House of Haunted Hill.

Dana Wynter & Body Snatchers: The beautiful Brit actress pops open a Pandora's Box of the '50s & '60s: reflections of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Vincenrt Price and TV's scariest sixty minutes.

Kari Skogland: A female director's forum on violence: Le Femme Nikita, her compromise on The Crow TV series and a twist on the latest Children of the Corn movie.

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Femme Fatales December 3, 1999 Volume 8 Number 8
"Dusk Till Dawn 3": Santanico's back: Rebecca Gayheart (Scream 2) & Sonia Braga star in this prequel. But who will reprise Salma Hayek's role as Santanico Pendemonium? Executive producer/co-writer Robert Rodriguez offers a preview.

Ashley Laurence: Hellraiser: Pinhead's soul mate discusses Clive Barker & a switch to another franchise (the Warlock series). She also professes an affection for horror films. But her non-genre pix? It's better you shouldn't ask.

Linda Blair: Living with the "Exorcist": Life, after the 1973 horror classic, was a roller coaster: Blair recalls the disastrous sequel, her made-for-TV controversy, working with neophyte director Wes Craven and the comeback of Grease.

Dina Meyer: Totally "Bats": The sexy sci-fi siren has jostled with medieval beasts (Dragonheart), big bugs (Starship troopers), & data couriers from the 21st century) Johnny Mnemonic). Now it's rabid bats!

Devin Devasquez: Heatin'-up horror: "I'm uncomfortable with anything satanic," says the bombshell. "Something like the Exorcist would freak me out." Nevertheless, she's a hellcat in bikini 'n' ballistics films & Brian Yuzna's shocker.

"Modern Vampires": Chic and amoral: Kim Cattrall (Star Trek VI) & Natasha Gregson Wagner (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) suck-up to L.A. night life in a bloody black comedy that's kindling critical and censorial mayhem.

Bon appetit! She's an alien buffet: Launching her sex appeal into "The Outer Limits", Canadian actress Fiona Loewi-whom Martians rate as Top of The food chain-may wind-up on the menu in a very subversive sci-fi saga.

Sissy Spacek recalls "Carrie": The horror classic, released during Halloween 1976, earned her an Oscar nomination: Spacek recounts the blood, the shower, the prom pageantry that smoked and the missing scene.

Amy Irving on blood and Brian De Palma: Irving recalls Brian De Palma on Carrie & The fury, outtakes, giving voice to Jessica Rabbit and life with Steven Spielberg.

Classic "Carrie" vs. "Carrie II": Female trouble, teen angst, physic trauma. The pioneering movie was, "in body and soul, a woman's picture. The boys are ciphers." Comparisons to Buffy & why Carrie transcends teen pix.

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wish list Femme Fatales December 24, 1999 Volume 8 Number 9
Geena Davis: From Flies to Rodents: A sci-Fi vet (The Fly), she broaches fantasy with Stuart Little: Davis details the book-to-film alterations.

Lana Wood: Bond, Beelzebub & B-Films: The bombshell's Hollywood odyssey & behind-the-scenes vignettes: 007, Cheri Caffaro, Playboy, sister Natalie.

Denise Richards: Christmas curves: A "Starhip Troopers" siren, who goes fission in 007's World, reflects on the evolution of the Bond Girl.

Sophie Marceau: Electrifying 007: From wholesome to hot: France's most outspoken sex symbol on the Worldly role & the Bond Girls legacy.

Serena S. Thomas: 007's warmflash: Past roles: Princess Diana, a sapphic lover, a Buffy vamp. But she was "terrified" when cast as a Bond girl!

Maria Grazia Cucinotta: Smokin' 007: Bumpin' the Bond Girl stereotype, she conquers the World in the series' most expensive teaser to date.

The femme fatales of "First Wave": It's gonna be a saucier second season for the sci-fi series: but scenes shot for the U.S. market will be subdued.

Shannon Lee: Kung Fu fighting: The daughter of legendary Bruce Lee, the sister of Brandon Lee: sustaining the distaff side of her heritage.

Soft body: starlet/entrepreneur: Bonding models & B-film divas, former ingenue Becky LeBeau turns director/producer for her video venue.

A fetish for Julia Parton: Is she retiring? Surveying her past as a stripper, nude model and soft-core star, she pitches marriage-to you.

The amazing, colossal Joy Harmon: The former 50-foot teen recalls life with Groucho Marx, her drive-in films & latherin'-up for Cool Hand Luke.

A "Beverly Hills 90210" siren & satan: Angel Boris, prime time belle, talks bikinis, bedevilment, stripping, sci-fi, S&M, seduction and Warlock 3.

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