Slice of SciFi 503: Interview with Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn on “The Victim”

Today’s Slice of SciFi news tidbits: Discworld miniseries on the production slate, the science of warp drives is closer to reality than ever, David Goyer says Man of Steel took gritty lessons from Christopher Nolan’s Batman, Multiverse News Culture Shock, interview with Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn on “The Victim”, another Whedon alum wins Hollywood awards, and the Planet of the Apes reboot fells another director

Interview: Anchor Bay’s recent direct-to-DVD release The Victim was a project of love by Michael Biehn and his wife Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, brought about from Michael’s being bitten by the exploitation bug while working on Grindhouse. From being his directorial debut to having family work on every facet of production, the Biehns talk about the unexpected welcome response from horror film festivals around the world, and the anticipation of Anchor Bay’s DVD release.

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