I drove down to a dive theater in another part of town the next weekend, where some of them said the best audience participation would be, but was told that I wasn’t yet old enough to get in to see the show. But standing outside, all on my own, leaning up against my car, and watching the costumed crowd who was old enough to get in was also a show worth seeing that first time. [Read more…]
This week, Summer and Sean chat with the writer-directors of two indie features that you might want to check out. Listening is an award-winning feature from debut writer-director Khalil Sullins, and Containment is award-winning director Neil Mcenery-West’s first feature film.
Are you ready for more “Red Shirt Diaries”? Season 2 is now underway. [Read more…]
In the lead up to Doctor Who Season 9, BBC America hosted a series they called “The Doctor’s Finest” that featured all of the episodes considered to be modern classics of the current era of Doctor Who, and we began to wonder if the fans agreed. [Read more…]
This week, Rachel Nichols chats about the final season of Syfy Channel’s Continuum, of Kiera’s journey towards herself by being in the past, and needing to fix the timeline for everyone’s future.
We also talk about her love of doing action sequences, lament the fact that blooper reels are simply not long enough to cover all the great gags and funny mishaps that are caught on camera, and more.
Catch Season 4 of Continuum, the final 6 episodes, starting September 11 on Syfy. [Listen to the show…]
Inspired by the critically-acclaimed book, CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES: THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF FRIDAY THE 13TH takes viewers behind the mask on an epic journey into the making of the landmark horror franchise-from its humble beginnings in 1980 at a New Jersey summer camp to the blockbuster release of its 2009 “reboot.” [Read more…]
Alex Kingston returns to Cardiff to reclaim her role as Professor River Song for the highly anticipated 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, premiering on Christmas Day on BBC AMERICA.
It’s Christmas Day in the future and the TARDIS is parked on a snowy village street, covered in icicles, awaiting its next adventure. Time traveller River Song meets her husband’s new incarnation, in the form of Peter Capaldi, for the first time this Christmas. [Read more…]
Syfy announced today that Killjoys has been renewed for a 10-episode second season, and that Dark Matters has been renewed for a 13-episode second season. The renewals add to a Syfy lineup that already includes high profile programs like The Magicians, The Expanse, Hyperion, Incorporated, and more. [Read more…]
On September 27th in the Americas (September 28th in Europe, Africa, and western Asia) the Moon will pass through Earth’s shadow, creating a lunar eclipse.
The Moon will appear to darken during the eclipse. [Read more…]
This week, Summer chats with Austin Basis, from The CW’s Beauty and the Beast, who plays JT Forbes, an integral member of Vincent and Catherine’s team of confidants.
Austin recaps JT’s journey from being left for dead at the end of Season 2 through much of Season 3 as he undergoes changes because of the serum that was given to him, and figuring out what that serum is doing to him, as well as how that’s affected him and his relationship with Tess, and the dynamic of the entire team.
Yes, they are currently filming Season 4, but no, there’s nothing he can divulge about that season arc… but we’ll have him back, for sure. [Listen to the show…]
DARK WAS THE NIGHT is a deliciously dark yet heartfelt monster movie, one that relies on character drama first and ratchets up the suspense with that old-fashioned method of teasing out a wonderfully balanced mix of dread and eager anticipation. Small New England town, big woods with a deep, dark history pre-dating colonial times, protagonists struggling with their own real-world fears trying to put a real-world face on a threat they can’t fully comprehend — this is the way monster movies are supposed to be made. [Read more…]
Humans is a compelling look at the drama that happens when technology, artificial intelligence, and the overwhelm of daily life in a world where more and more people have less and less time to connect with each other and be human all collide, and begin to redefine what humanity means and if it can evolve to something more. [Read more…]