Slice of SciFi
Warriors and Werewolves: “The Dead Lands” and...04/17/15
This week, Noah has a review of The Dead Lands, an indie action-adventure that slides a teeny bit into mythological-fantastical storytelling that you definitely need to see. Next, Summer has a quick interview with Laura Vandervoort, the lead actress...
“Olympus”: An Interview with creator Nick Willing
This week, Nick Willing joins us to chat about how he created Olympus, what he finds appealing about the classic Greek Tragedies, about working with a large number of digital effects on a TV schedule, and more. Olympus tells the story of how a few...
“Olympus”: An Interview with Matt Frewer
This week, actor Matt Frewer talks with Summer about Olympus, the new series he's starring in on Syfy Channel. Matt talks about the surreal amount of green screen work he's doing on the series, on his approach to what drives Daedalus both before and...
“12 Monkeys”: Interview with producer Travis Fickett
This week, 12 Monkeys co-creator and co-executive producer Travis Fickett chats with Summer about the 5-year journey to bring the series to production with Syfy, about being a fan of a number of other genre shows (including hopes that Constantine can...
2015 Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival Chat with Mike Stackpole
This week, Michael A. Stackpole joins Summer, Noah and Daren to talk about the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival, at the Scottsdale 101 Theaters March 26-April 2, running along with the Phoenix Film Festival. Mike is the program director for...
Discussing “The Mourning”
On this special Slice of SciFi episode, Summer, Tim Callender and Jill Heller review and discuss The Mourning, a supernatural thriller about the sudden return home of a man who 20 years earlier had been declared MIA and presumed killed during Desert...
“The Mourning”: Interview with Director and Cast
This week on Slice of SciFi, Summer chats with some of the creative team behind The Mourning, a supernatural thriller about the sudden return home of a man who was declared MIA and presumed killed during Desert Storm, and the mystery surrounding where...
TV Talk: Spring Finales, Summer Starts, and On Demand...
This week, Kevin Bachelder (Tuning Into Scifi Television) and Sean From Edwards (Flight Test Land) join Summer to discuss the spring genre television picks. Talk ranges from the season finales, spring premieres, and more. Then, Summer and Sean review...
Shop Talk: Discussing “Proxima” by Stephen Baxter
This week, Tim and Jill discuss "Proxima" by Stephen Baxter, the first novel in a new space opera epic by Stephen Baxter. There is a spoiler-free overview and mini-review of the book at the top of the discussion, followed by a long detailed...
Star Trek Collectibles: Alec Peters on the Propworx...
This week, CEO and Founder of Propworx Alec Peters drops by to talk about the upcoming series of Star Trek memorabilia and props auctions (see more images at Propworx) Alec also chats about his personal favorite Treks, the upcoming production...
Shop Talk: Comics, Their Movies and More
Noah, Daren and Summer saw an advanced screening of Kingsman, and we kick things off with a lively review of the movie. Next up, along with new ItsComicBookDay.com columnist and editor Michael J, we discuss Marvel's upcoming changes, which Michael...
“Inverse”: Chat with Matt Duggan and Josh Wingate
This week, writer/director Matt Duggan and actor Josh Wingate join Summer and Tim to talk about their film Inverse, an independent feature that recently won awards at the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival and the Miami International Science...
The Amazing Comic Con Shows
Started five years ago with Amazing Arizona Comic Con, the Amazing series has expanded across the Southwest, to Las Vegas and Houston, with new shows coming this year to Hawaii and Oklahoma City. Founder and Promoter Jimmy Jay talks about how comics...
Hobbitses, Dwarves and Dragons
This week, Noah, Daren and Summer talk about The Hobbit trilogy as a whole, and how it reflects on the novels, and affects Peter Jackson's legacy. Would the movies have been better made as 2 films, or as one?
Previewing “12 Monkeys” on Syfy
This week, Kevin Bachelder (Tuning Into Scifi Television) joins Summer to talk about 12 Monkeys, the new series debuting on Syfy Channel on January 16th. We've both seen the first two episodes already, and our skeptically reserved expectations for the...
Philip K. Dick: The Philosophy and The Film Festival
This week, Daniel Abella, director of the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, joins us to talk about how the festival came to be, his appreciation for the fiction and philosophies of PKD, his admiration for the stories and films inspired by...
Doctor Who: Christmas 2014 and Beyond
This week, Shaun Farrell, Tim Callender and Jill Heller join Summer to talk about the Doctor Who Christmas special "Last Christmas", about the entire 8th season and the 12th Doctor, and speculate about what's to come next.
Jeremy Berg: Going Deeper into “The Device”
Summer chats with writer/director Jeremy Berg about making The Device, and she provides her thoughts and impressions about the film in a separate review.
Kevin Murphy: RiffTrax Rules the World
Kevin Murphy from Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Tom Servo) and RiffTrax is our guest this week, and he talks with Summer and guest host Tim Callender about the work and the fun involved with the RiffTrax Live events, how having a Peabody Award coffee...
Jason Blum: The World of Syfy’s “Ascension”
Syfy Channel's latest miniseries "Ascension" airs December 15-17, and producer Jason Blum (Blumhouse Productions, Sinister, Insidious, Paranormal Activity) joins Summer to talk about the show, and how the unique story aspects of the pitch hooked him...
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