SciFi To SciFact: Medical Tricorders


A third-year medical student from Cornell has brought us one step closer to the medical tricorder seen on “Star Trek”.   George K. Lewis has invented a device that  can create images to make a diagnosis and treat serious injuries using only sound waves. The prototype device is battery-powered with enough juice to stabilize a gunshot […]

Wilde Talks About “Tron” Upgrades


If you want to know more about the latest huge casting news for the upcoming “Tron” sequel, you’ll have to tune in this Saturday for Slice of SciFi #135. Until then, we’ve got a few tidbits about what you can expect to see when the long-awaited sequel hits the big-screen, courtesy of actress, Olivia Wilde.  […]

Dekker Gives SPOILERS For “Sarah Connor”

Warning: This article will contain SPOILERS for the second season of “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.”   If you haven’t seen the first half of season two and/or don’t want to know what’s coming in the second half of the season, please don’t read more… What can we expect when “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” returns […]

Whedon Promises More “Dr. Horrible”

Last month, we reported that actor Neil Patrick Harris was eager to reprise his role for a sequel to last year’s “Doctor Horrible’s Sing Along Blog.” And while that was good news, today we have great news.  Joss Whedon, the creator of the popular web-based series, wants to continue the story as well. “It is […]

McG to Helm “Nemo”


Disney has chosen a director for its upcoming “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo” project. According to Variety, “Terminator: Salvation” director McG will sit in the director’s chair for the fast-tracked project. “Nemo” will be an origin story for the famous Captain Nemo, first introduced in the Jules Verne novel, “20,000 Leagues Under the […]

“Smallville” Returns Next Thursday


How do you follow up one of the most anticipated “Smallville” episodes in recent memory that featured the marriage of Chloe Sullivan and Jimmy Olson, the return of Lana Lang and the first appearance of Doomsday? Bring on the Legion of Superheroes. Next Thursday, “Smallville” returns from its winter break with an all-new episode that […]

“Repo! The Genetic Opera” Coming to DVD


On Slice of SciFi #190, we spoke to Terrance Zdunich & Darren Lynn Bousman of “Repo! The Genetic Opera.” At the time, director Bousman told our listeners about the tour “Repo” was making across the country, playing to sold out shows and packed audiences.   But if the movie didn’t play in your hometown or near […]

Send a “Bloody Valentine”


While Valentine’s Day is still more than a month away, it’s never too early to start figuring out that perfect expression of your affection and devotion for that special someone in your life.  The new horror movie, “My Bloody Valentine 3-D” has a unique way to tell that special someone how much they mean to […]

Watch All 17 Original “The Prisoner” Episodes On-Line


If you’ve never seen the original 1960’s mind-bending series “The Prisoner” or just want to catch up on the series before AMC’s new series airs later this year, you’re can check out the full run of the series over at AMC’s The Prisoner web-site. The cable outlet, seeking to generate interest for the series’ revival […]

“Heroes” In a Hurry

Can you sum up what happened in the third volume of “Heroes” quickly and concisely? If you can, you may want to head over to NBC’s web site and take part in “Heroes in a Hurry.” NBC is asking for viewers to sumbit their own videos, summing up the story until now and getting viewers […]

NBC Developing “Soundtrack”

While “Eli Stone” may have been shown the door by ABC, it looks like the spirit of the show may have a second life.  NBC is developing a series called “Soundtrack,” that is being touted as a music-drama project. Variety reports the series will follow a misguided man’s life begins being accompanied by the music […]