Syfy Channel’s latest miniseries “Ascension” airs December 15-17, and producer Jason Blum (Blumhouse Productions, Sinister, Insidious, Paranormal Activity) joins Summer to talk about the show, and how the unique story aspects of the pitch hooked him from the start.
This week, the ever-prolific genre TV and B-movie aficionado Kevin Bachelder (Tuning Into Scifi Television) joins Summer to talk about how some genre TV is shaping up this 2014 season so far, and to tease a little about some shows coming up in January 2015.
Warner Bros announced the main lineup for Suicide Squad on Tuesday; the film’s release date is slated for Aug 5, 2016. The film adaptation of a team of supervillains had been revealed earlier this year, but today’s announcement settles some of the casting rumors that had been floating around ever since.
This week’s guest is Camren Bicondova, the young actress who plays Selina Kyle on FOX’s Gotham. The show is just going into winter hiatus, but Camren talks about how much fun she’s having playing the girl who will grow up to be Catwoman, and about learning all she can about the Batman universe and all the crazy characters who live there.
Slice of SciFi movie critics Noah Richman and Daren Gulsvig needed time — days worth of time — to digest the cerebral, emotional, logical and imaginational impact of Interstellar. At 3+ hours long, it was a lot to take in and our reporters don’t see eye to eye on the success of Christopher Nolan’s epic ride.
It’s Christmas in the North Pole when the Doctor and Clara return to BBC AMERICA in an all-new Christmas special. This year the Time Lord and his companion are in for an all-new adventure as stars Capaldi and Jenna Coleman are joined by Nick Frost (the actor and screenwriter of Spaced and Shaun of the Dead) as Santa Claus!
Double the interviews for double the fun! Summer first talks with The Vicious Brothers, Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz, about their first foray into the scifi side of horror, then Summer chats with lead actress Brittany Allen (“April”) about being in a horror movie with a bucket load more twists than usual