Combining scifi with horror has always been a mixed bag of results; when they work, it’s delicious (Alien, The Thing), and when they don’t it can make you angry (Event Horizon). Debug falls somewhere in between, and makes you wonder what could have been.
This week, actor turned writer/director David Hewlett (Stargate: Atlantis) chats with Summer about his latest indie scifi-thriller Debug, which stars Jason Momoa, Jeananne Goossen, Adam Butcher, and Adrian Holmes.
David talks about how increasing a movie’s budget can often result in changes in creative control, and how the compromises start stacking up, and what happens when the film you get isn’t the film you thought you’d get.
WildClaw Theatre presents “Motel 666″: On the forgotten highways of the American Midwest, there is a vacancy for you at Motel 666. Run by a clerk of questionable morals and kept clean-ish by a trickster maid, Motel 666 is the finest establishment on the road to nowhere. Be you lonely or loved, guilty or relatively innocent, charmed or just plain down on your luck, you can rest your weary soul at Motel 666. (Note: Management cannot be held responsible for souls lost or misplaced.)
This week, famed meteorite hunter Geoff Notkin chats with Summer about his new TV show Meteorite Hunters Unlimited, which reunites him with fellow space rock hunter Steve Arnold for a whole new series of meteorite explorations and excavations for our entertainment.
The pilot for the new show debuts at Cosmic Con (Manchester Airport Hilton, Jun 6-7, 2015)
Geoff also talks about his new book, “My Incredibly Strange and Amazing Real-Life Adventures in the World of Comic Books”, which should be available in early release copies at Phoenix Comicon, and to the general public sometime later in June.
This week, Casey Wolfe, Christine Weatherup and Nicholas Thurkettle chat with Summer about how Earbud Theater got started, the process of finding and polishing a story, the challenges of production and sound design, and about making sure it all stays fun.
Next, Noah and Daren review Tomorrowland, the newest live action adventure from Disney, and Noah also adds his impressions about the remake of Poltergeist. The guys are not 100% satisfied…