Slice of SciFi #112: Voicemail Show

This is the show for our fans and listeners! Voicemails, emails, we want to hear your comments and feedback… Keep it coming!

Michael, Summer, Brian and Mary ponder the questions posed by your voicemail submissions this week, and as usual: HERE THERE MAY BE SPOILERS!!

Submitting Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. You can now leave a voicemail comment in the comments section of the show, or call, or email Michael with a comment you’ve recorded yourself!


  1. fred says

    I’m also one of the people who bought the six something bundle deal for Sanctuary, and the comments about them pricing their product too high got me thinking about that. Are they asking too much for their webisodes? Gut reaction is no they’re not. True on I-Tunes you can download a tv show for a 1.99 (but one dollars worth was all that I could stand), but if you want to buy a movie they’re not sticking to the 1.99 per hour structure. Also, another thing to consider, is that what you’re paying for on I-Tunes can be acquired from different sources, and at least half of those methods are putting money into the pockets of those that made the movie or show. Right now there is only one revenue stream that I know of for the people who make Sanctuary. I’ve watched the first three webisodes and I’m liking it so far. Now, will I buy the high-def versions if I end up really liking what I see? I don’t think so. A dvd would be a strong maybe.

    Another thing to think about is Red vs Blue, are their dvds worth the cost?

  2. david says

    i would like to comment on the comercial about ani-monday. this should be took off the air because even a 5 yr. old these days knows what f—ing means. my 3 yr old grandson knows its a bad word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. he likes scifi all the star trek,vampire, and other shows like that, but a cartoon that appeals to kids should not have cursing in it,or any commercials. please consider this when you decide what to air on your station in the future.

  3. Beowulfie says

    About “Last House on the Left” being an original movie. Sorry, but no. It is a remake of a classic Ingmar Bergman film, “Virgin Spring”. I guess you could call it an original remake, but I wouldn’t.
    Sorry, ๐Ÿ˜‰