Scrabble Keyboard

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Last week, we brought you news about a Klingon keyoard.   In a simliar vein comes a keyboard built entirely of Scrabble tiles. The keyboard was built by Doc Datamancer after being commissioned by friends who are avid fans of the popular board game. “Most of the keys are made from real Scrabble tiles that were […]

Simmons: “Spidey 4″ Will Begin in 2010

In this week’s show, we brought you news about a possible villain for the upcoming “Spider-Man 4.” Now, actor J.K. Simmons, who plays J. Jonah Jameson in the movies says that next installment for Spider-Man will begin filming in 2010 with an anticipated release date of May 2011. Currently, director Sam Raimi and actor Toby […]

Ron Moore Discusses BSG Revelations

Warning: This article will contain SPOILERS for the latest episode of “Battlestar Galactica.” If you don’t want to know any of the details or haven’t watched the episode yet, please stop reading now… “Battlestar Galactica” returned with a roar Friday night, featuring at least one jaw-dropping revelation per episode segment. But the biggest revelation was […]

“Eli Stone” Hopes for Third Season

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It wasn’t a Merry Christmas for fans of “Eli Stone” or “Pushing Daisies” with both series getting cancellation notices. Fans have been passionately petitioning for both shows to return to ABC’s schedule and while it looks like “Daisies” future will play out in comic books or on the big-screen (or both), there may be a […]

Russo Review — “Max Payne” DVD & Blu Ray

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Written by: Joe Russo (Film Critic/SoSF Contributor) Director: John Moore Actors: Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Beau Bridges, Ludacris, Chris O’Donnell Release Date: January 20, 2009 Russo Rating = 7/10 Script flaws and miscasting aside, Max Payne is a beautiful film that looks even better in high definition You have most likely already heard the answer […]

“Iron Man” Leads Visual Effects Society Awards Nominees

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The stunning effects of “Iron Man” led the way when the finalists for Visual Effects Society Awards were announced.   “Iron Man” had five nominations for the seventh annual awards. The Marvel Studios-produced superhero movie was cited in the categories of visual effects in a visual effects-driven movie, best single visual effect of the year, outstanding […]

Russo Review — “Mirrors” Blu Ray & DVD

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Written by: Joe Russo (Film Critic/SoSF Contributor) Director: Alexandre Aja Actors: Kiefer Sutherland, Paula Patton, Amy Smart, Cameron Boyce, Erica Gluck Release Date: January 13, 2009 Pushes Aja’s scares into the realm of the psychological and spiritual In some horror sects, Alexandra Aja is held in extremely high regard as redefining the genre. After the […]

Bob May Remembered

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Bob May, the actor who brought the Robot on “Lost in Space” to life, has passed away according to the Associated Press. May  was a veteran actor and stuntman who had appeared in movies, TV shows and on the vaudeville stage when he was tapped by “Lost in Space” creator Irwin Allen to play the […]

“Paul Blart” Tops Box Office

Kevin James has gone from “The King of Queens” to the king of the box-office, at least for this weekend.  James’ comedy “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” opened in the top position this weekend, taking in $33.8 million.  The figure was $10 million higher than expected according to reports. “Gran Torino” continued it strong run, taking […]

Slice of SciFi #196: Interview with Erin Gray (“Buck Rogers”, Heroes for Hire)

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Interview: This week, we chat with Erin Gray who played Col. Wilma Deering on “Buck Rogers,” also Kate on “Silver Spoons.” Erin discusses her time on the classic series, life at sci-fi conventions and her career. She also discusses her company, Heroes for Hire and being an agent for some of the stars of our favorite shows. Erin will be part of the upcoming Phoenix Comicon if you’re in the area and want to see her.

Bamber Promises “Emotional” Ending — A TV Guide Interview

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And so it begins…. Tonight, the long awaited final chapter in the “Battlestar Galactica” saga debuts on SciFi. Fans have been waiting months and years to find out what will happen in the final hours of Ron Moore’s epic series. Jamie Bamber, who plays Lee “Apollo” Adama on the hit series spoke to our sister […]

“Heroes” Gets a Reboot

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If you’ve been driven away by the past season and a half of “Heroes,” creator Tim Kring wants you to come back when the show comes back later this year.  Kring recently told TV Guide that the next installment of NBC’s series “Fugitives” will serve as a reboot for the struggling series and it designed […]

Emmerich To Direct “Foundation”

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Director Roland Emmerich will bring Issac Asimov’s classic science-fiction novel, “Foundation” to the big-screen according to Variety. Columbia Pictures won an auction Thursday for the screen rights to the first novel in the series and is looking to develop the property for Emmerich to direct. Emmerich has previously directed other big-budget sci-fi epics like “Independence […]

“Stargate: Universe” Casting News

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Four actors have signed on for SciFi’s “Stargate: Universe.”  Justin Louis (“The Andromeda Strain miniseries), David Blue, Brian J. Smith and Jamil Walker Smith are set to co-star opposite Robert Carlyle (“28 Weeks Later”) in the upcoming series. “Universe” follows a group of soldiers, scientists and civilians left to fend for themselves when forced through […]

Slice of SciFi #195: Voicemail Show

This is the show for our inquiring fans and listeners and their voicemails, emails. We want to hear your comments and feedback… No, really, we do! Pay no attention to how much Mike grumbles about them…you know – that guy sitting in the dark corner with all the knobs and switches. Got a comment for […]