Starting April 26th through May 2nd, Imagine brings it’s Science Films to Quito, Ecuador.
Grimm’s Adalind Schade is played by the beautiful Claire Coffee who spent the episode talking with Slice about her role as a nemesis. ST:TNG was one of her favs and influenced her desire to do genre series. Claire wishes that eating brains was more refreshing. She delivers a recap for those of you who have yet to adopt Grimm, complete with spitting eyeballs, arm ripping and self-induced pregnancy. So why does everyone want to kill her?? Is it because Claire loves watching Dexter?
Forget “Who Shot J.R.?” For my money, the greatest season-ending cliffhanger in television history occurred in the summer of 1990 as the third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation came to a close with Riker uttering three words that would keep me (and tons of other fans) on the edge of their seats for three very long months.
Oblivion is set in a near future where Earth has been invaded by an alien race known as the Scavengers (or Scavs), who have unleashed devastation by destroying Earth’s moon. Those humans who survive the ensuing earthquakes and tidal waves, caused by the Moon’s destruction, fight back by moving into space stations and using nuclear weapons on the alien invaders.
Slice of SciFi presents its Exclusive Interview with the DIrector and VP of the Prescott Film Festival’s Sci-Fi Mini-Fest. Clint Ewell and Helen Stephensen are certified genre geeks and have pulled together an epic inaugural festival! Starting on April 19th, this event is an awesome weekend of great sci-fi classic films. From the Star Trek movies to the Matrix and everything in between, these films we love will also be presented by some fantastic film makers, cast and crew for Q&A sessions.
If you’re planning to see the Evil Dead reboot, take my advice and don’t spring for the extra large tub of popcorn and extra large soda. Odds are you won’t get to finish either one. One is that the movie clocks in at a mere ninety minutes and the other is that by the time you get to the equivalent of the second reel, odds are you may not feel much like eating any more.
The International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival, one of the premier genre film festivals in the country, happens right here in Phoenix AZ, and Sci-Fi program director Michael A. Stackpole sits down with the Slice of SciFi crew to talk about this year’s short films and features. The festival runs from April 4-11 2013, concurrently with the Phoenix International Film Festival, so if you’re in town, check out what’s playing at www.horrorscifi.com, and tell them Slice of SciFi sent ya!