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Top 10 SF Video Rentals

1. Black Knight
2. Thirteen Ghosts
3. K-Pax
4. A.I.
5. The One
6. Bones
7. Hearts in Atlantis
8. Jeepers Creepers
9. Atlantis
10. Cinderella II


Source: Video Software Dealer's Association (VidTrac), week ending 4/21/02


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[ SCI-FI CHANNEL ]This Week's Poll
Updated 11:36am ET on 30-April-2002

3:00pm ET, 26-April-02

 SCI FI Airs Night Visions

The SCI FI Channel will air all 13 episodes of the Fox SF anthology series Night Visions, including three never-before-seen episodes, the network announced. The series, hosted by former punk musician Henry Rollins, will premiere on SCI FI at 8 p.m. ET/PT on June 14. The three new episodes will premiere as a SCI FI original full-length movie, starring Malcolm McDowell and Thora Birch.

Dan Angel and Billy Brown (The X-Files, Goosebumps, Bodybags) produced Night Visions, whose hour-long episodes feature two separate stories with a chilling plot twist at the end. Guest stars included Aidan Quinn, Bridget Fonda, Cary Elwes, Malcolm McDowell, Brian Dennehy, Bill Pullman, Jerry O'Connell, Lou Diamond Phillips, Mare Winningham, Samantha Mathis, Luke Perry, Joshua Jackson, Sherilyn Fenn, Jack Palance, Randy Quaid and Pam Grier, among others. Episodes were directed by film helmers including Joe Dante (Gremlins), Tobe Hooper (Poltergeist) and Ernest Dickerson (Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight).

Night Visions is the latest off-network SF series with unaired episodes to find new life on the SCI FI Channel. Among others, SCI FI acquired and is broadcasting all unaired episodes of the series Strange World. Night Visions originally aired on Fox as a midseason replacement in January 2001.

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