We’ve both seen the first two episodes already, and our skeptically reserved expectations for the series were blown completely out of the water.
This week, Daniel Abella, director of the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, joins us to talk about how the festival came to be, his appreciation for the fiction and philosophies of PKD, his admiration for the stories and films inspired by PKD’s work, and more.
Kevin Murphy from Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Tom Servo) and RiffTrax is our guest this week, and he talks with Summer and guest host Tim Callender about the work and the fun involved with the RiffTrax Live events, how having a Peabody Award coffee mug is just as cool as having the award itself, and what movies he’d want to Riff and what movies would be too hard to Riff on.
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.
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.
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
Shawn Case always wondered why no space-bound vehicle was ever named Enterprise. The more he thought about it, the more he realized how out of sorts that was, since Star Trek and it’s iconic starship were huge influences that inspired several generations to turn their eyes and imaginations towards the stars.
Welcome to the “Enterprise in Space” project.
Have you ever wanted to make your own zombie movie? Has your grandmother ever wanted to make her own zombie movie?
Producer and “Mombie” Tina Teeter chats with Summer about Thr33 Days Dead, the zombie movie she and the entire town of Jasper, Alabama have been working towards completing for the past 6 years.