UK Scifi Channel July Highlightes

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SPECIES III

MONDAY 11 JULY AT 10PM

Beauty? only skin deep, they say ?and they?e not kidding in this third chilling instalment of the
SPECIES trilogy. Guys have got a lot more than safe sex to worry about in the shape of Sara
(foxy newcomer SUNNY MABREY of XXX: STATE OF THE UNION fame). This dangerously
beautiful femme fatale is looking for a one-night stand with a difference. She? the most
genetically perfect incarnation yet of an alien species that? desperate to mate with humans and
ensure its own survival.

Taken into care at birth by a professor with his own agenda, Sara is the alien/human hybrid
daughter of the last SPECIES instalment? fatally wounded Eve (NATASHA HENSTRIDGE ?nSPECIES). On a mission to perpetuate her race? DNA, Sara finds herself on the run from a
crack military team?and dodging a bunch of alien hybrids with reproductive ideas of their own.
Packed with gruesome effects, white-knuckle action and a generous sprinkling of naughty bits,
SPECIES III is a must-see for everyone who loved the spine-tingling erotic thrills of its
predecessors. (2004)

GINGER SNAPS WEEKEND INCLUDING
GINGER SNAPS BACK UK PREMIERE

FRIDAY 1 – SUNDAY 3 JULY AT 10PM

SNAP! To celebrate the UK Premiere of GINGER SNAPS BACK, we?e screening the first two
movies ?GINGER SNAPS and GINGER SNAPS UNLEASHED ?as part of our GINGER
SNAPS WEEKEND. With a different instalment of the cult trilogy airing every night from
FRIDAY 1 JULY, don? miss your first chance to see chapter III on SUNDAY 3 JULY. The
prequel to the original GINGER SNAPS, the third part of this hormonally-tinged series takes us
back to 19th century Canada to reveal the origin of the dreaded werewolf curse. It? here we
meet the ancestors of our favourite doomy Fitzgerald sisters, who also happen to be called ?nwait for it! ?Ginger and Brigitte (KATHARINE ISABELLE and EMILY PERKINS).

Stumbling through the wilderness, our hapless teen pals chance on a traders?fort were they are
taken in by a motley gaggle of half-crazy outsiders. Their place of refuge turns into a prison
when they find themselves under attack from savage werewolves. As tensions rise, the group
finds one of its own turning into the very thing they?e trying to keep from the door ?and an
enigmatic Indian hunter may be the girls?only hope against the beastly onslaught. (2004)
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WITCHES OF THE CARIBBEAN

FRIDAY 8 JULY AT 10PM

Tune in to the UK television premiere of this spooky story and get in touch with your inner goth.
Seventeen-year-old Angela (NICOLE CAVAZOS) is plagued by nightmares about a 16th
century witch who burns to death on a dark beach. In an attempt to lay her inner demons to
rest, she jets to a two-week retreat for troubled teens on the Caribbean island of Matau, run by
eminent child psychologist Professor Avebury (JOANNA CASSIDY – BLADE RUNNER,
GHOSTS OF MARS).

On arrival at the island paradise, Angela encounters other troubled teens ?led by the enigmatic
Bethany (NICOLE MARIE MONICA) ?who seem to fit into her dreams. Little does Angela
realize that Matau hides a horrific secret history?and that her nightmares are the echoes of a
past life. (2004)
Ginger spice ?KATHARINE
ISABELLE (right) and EMILY
PERKINS try to keep the wolf
from the door
The witching hour
approaches?can Angela solve
her Caribbean conundrum?


BUGS – Movie

MONDAY 4 JULY AT 10PM

Eeeugghh ?as if finding a spider in the bath wasn? bad enough?how do you fancy the idea of a three-metre long bug that runs faster than a car
and looks like a scorpion? A cop falls victim to the armour plated monster while giving chase to a criminal in an underground tunnel. Agent Matt
Pollack (ANTONIO SABATO JR ?THE BIG HIT) is brought in to investigate what? happened, drafting in entomologist Emily Foster (ANGIE
EVERHART – BORDELLO OF BLOOD) to help. Matt leads a crack team into the tunnel system to stamp out the swarming menace?before it
unleashes a tide of destruction in the city above. (2003)

PANDORA? CLOCK PARTS 1 & 2

MONDAY 18 JULY AND TUESDAY 19 JULY AT 10PM

A packed passenger jet harbouring a deadly payload is heading for JFK airport. Terrorists have loaded the plane
with a Doomsday virus, and officials on the ground are less than keen on letting it land. Low on fuel and
desperate to save his passengers and crew, Captain James Holland (RICHARD DEAN ANDERSON ?nSTARGATE SG1) has a battle on his hands to avoid being shot out of the sky by an unsympathetic government.
You?l be holding your breath to find out what happens next in this nail-biting two-parter that also features JANE
LEEVES (FRASIER). (1996)

PURGATORY ?Movie

SATURDAY 23 JULY

AT 10PM

Don? like westerns? Hold your horses and check this one out. On the run after a bank job, an outlaw band led by Blackjack Britton (ERIC ROBERTS
?DR WHO: THE MOVIE) rides into the small town of Refuge to find that none of the townsfolk drinks, swears or carries a gun. It turns out that the
town is populated by Wild Bill Hickok (SAM SHEPARD ?BLACK HAWK DOWN), Doc Holiday (RANDY QUAID – INDEPENDENCE DAY) and other
gun-fighting legends on their best behaviour in a bid to escape Hell. (1999)


UK TV SERIES PREMIERES

REGENESIS

MONDAYS AT 9PM
From bio-weapons to designer babies, the future? here?but has science
gone too far? A smash hit on the other side of the Atlantic, REGENESIS
follows the fortunes of NorBAC ?the North American Biotechnology Advisory
Commission.

Under the leadership of Chief Scientist David Sandstrom (PETER
OUTERBRIDGE ?MEDICAL INVESTIGATION, 24, THE PRETENDER), the
NorBAC guys and gals pick their way through a maze of legal, ethical and
moral dilemmas as they investigate biotech? more controversial advances.
In PRIONS this month, the team investigates a North American outbreak of
mad cow disease, while Sandstrom suspects that an old friend Danny is
using a risky performance-enhancing steroid to boost his sporting abilities.
The search for deadly mad cow-causing prions continues in THE OLDEST
VIRUS, and he NorBAC squad home in on an agricultural business that they
suspect is selling infected chickens. Sandstrom, meanwhile, gets the hots
when Jill Langston (SARAH STRANGE) interviews for a vacant position with
the team.

ANDROMEDA SERIES 5

WEDNESDAYS AT 9PM

Charting the adventures of Captain Dylan Hunt (KEVIN SORBO ?HERCULES: THE
LEGENDARY JOURNEYS) and crew, the previously-unseen fifth series of Gene Roddenberry?
ANDROMEDA continues exclusively on SCI FI this month. Based on the previously unpublished
writings of STAR TREK creator GENE RODDENBERRY, ANDROMEDA has already outstripped
its peers by running to an unprecedented five series ?join us this month and find out what the
hullabaloo is all about.

In WHEN GOES AROUND, Dylan is pursued by a mysterious stranger who holds the link
between the past and Seefra? troubled present. ATTEMPTING SCREED sees Dylan beginning
to learn the extent of his new powers as a Paradine. SO BURN THE UNTAMED LAMBS finds
Dylan and Rhade (STEVE BACIC) fighting to free captive slaves from a cruel labour camp. In
WHAT WILL BE WAS NOT, Trance? (LAURA BERTRAM) misadventure into Seefra-1? tunnel
system exposes the guardian of an ancient Vedran secret.

THE DEAD ZONE SERIES 1-3 BACK-TO-BACK

WEEKDAYS AT 6PM FROM MONDAY 18 JULY

We kid you not folks?it? the chance we?e all been waiting for ?all three series of THE DEAD ZONE screened consecutively
every weekday at 6pm from 18 July. Based on Stephen King? incredible novel about a man who awakes from a six year coma to
find he has the power of premonition, this American adaptation starring ex-Brat Packer Anthony Michael Hall is one of the most
successful drama premieres the USA has ever produced.
And that? not even a PR spin?f you look up the show on the internet, your search will confirm that Series 1 smashed all previous
cable ratings in the US; Series 2 had viewers crying out for more; and Series 3 picked up the baton to deliver yet more success,
resulting in the commission of a fourth instalment. That? right folks, even though American shows have a hard enough time making
it through one or two seasons, THE DEAD ZONE has made it to four. Why has this show outperformed so many others? Watch and
find outU ]]>

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