What happens when a longtime scifi geek manages to wrangle the wild talents of a group of geeks collectively known as Sci-Fried? A fun chat about geek music, honoring TV series that died long before their time, random movie references and other hilarities ensues.
Slice of SciFi host Emma Green is joined by Greg Bellavia to discuss his Short Film, “Nibble”. Greg wrote, directed and edited the film plus wore many other hats to see his creation come to fruition. Emma garners really useful tips during the conversation intended to help upcoming Short Film creators learn from Greg’s first hand experience.
Slice of SciFi executive producer Summer Brooks chats with Andrea Beesley, director of the International Horror & SciFi Film Festival and maestro of the themed monthly film series at The Film Bar.
We also talk a little about the Film Bar series, currently celebrating “Alien April”, featuring screenings of E.T., The Fifth Element, Starship Troopers, and Spaceballs each weekend this month.
Slice of SciFi contributor Alan Kistler of Stay Geeky shares some brilliant historical insight on the origins of the big ‘ol “S” on Superman’s chest. See how it evolved, what it meant over the years, who had a say in the designs and how we perceived it, and why it all makes sense now… thanks to Alan’s concise report. Join Sam, Michael, Meghan and Tim as they dig deeper into this “S-capade”!
Slice takes on it’s next great debate… Is Marvel’s “Agents of SHIELD” TV series living up to it’s comic book roots? Or has Joss Whedon lost his midas touch when it comes to TV screen programming. Mike and Sam have kept up with the series while Meghan and Tim have had limited exposure thus far to AoS… which really keeps the conversation grounded and on-track ~ or does it??