The Amazing Comic Con Shows The Arizona Show was just the beginning

Amazing Arizona Comic Con

Started five years ago with Amazing Arizona Comic Con, the Amazing series has expanded across the Southwest, to Las Vegas and Houston, with new shows coming this year to Hawaii and Oklahoma City.

Founder and Promoter Jimmy Jay talks about how comics literally are his life, what inspired the beginning of the Amazing Arizona Comic Con, how the shows expanded into other cities from there, what his vision for comics conventions is, and so much more.

Hobbitses, Dwarves and Dragons Summing up "The Hobbit" trilogy, Comparing it to "Lord of the Rings"

The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies

This week, Noah, Daren and Summer talk about The Hobbit trilogy as a whole, and how it reflects on the novels, and affects Peter Jackson’s legacy. Would the movies have been better made as 2 films, or as one?

Previewing “12 Monkeys” on Syfy Based on the movie, Syfy's new series intrigues and excites

12 Monkeys on Syfy

This week, Kevin Bachelder (Tuning Into Scifi Television) joins Summer to talk about 12 Monkeys, the new series debuting on Syfy Channel on January 16th.

We’ve both seen the first two episodes already, and our skeptically reserved expectations for the series were blown completely out of the water.

Philip K. Dick: The Philosophy and The Film Festival Exploring questions about everything through films his work inspired

Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival

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.

Doctor Who: Christmas 2014 and Beyond Team Slice of SciFi talks about the 12th Doctor First Holiday

Doctor Who: Last Christmas

This week, Shaun Farrell, Tim Callender and Jill Heller join Summer to talk about the Doctor Who Christmas special “Last Christmas”, about the entire 8th season and the 12th Doctor, and speculate about what’s to come next.

Jeremy Berg: Going Deeper into “The Device” Summer interviews director Jeremy Berg, and reviews the film

The Device (The October People)

Summer chats with writer/director Jeremy Berg about making The Device, and she provides her thoughts and impressions about the film in a separate review.

Kevin Murphy: RiffTrax Rules the World Improving the World by Laughing With It

Kevin Murphy (MST3K, RiffTrax)

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.

Jason Blum: The World of Syfy’s “Ascension” A modern master of horror delves into scifi with a look at life in deep space

Ascension & Jason Blum

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.

TV Talk: 2014 Midseason Series Check Weighing in on Sleepy Hollow, The 100, Constantine, The Flash, and more

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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.

Camren Bicondova: Gotham’s Selina Kyle The now and future Catwoman talks about the world of Batman's prequel

Camren Bicondova

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.

TV Talk: Doctor Who Season 8 Questions and Commentary on this season's Doctor Who stories

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This week, Noah and Trouble also give a review of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, and Tim Callender and Shaun Farrell join Summer to talk about Season 8 of Doctor Who.

They both like the Twelfth Doctor, and are anticipating this year’s Christmas Special even more than Christmas.

David Lee Fisher: Remixing “Nosferatu” Updating a Horror Classic Without Losing the Classic Aesthetic

Nosferatu Remix

On today’s episode, Noah and Trouble review The Theory of Everything, and director David Lee Fisher talks with Summer about his in-progress project, Nosferatu: The Feature Film Remix

Making “Extraterrestrial”: The Vicious Brothers / Brittany Allen The Vicious Brothers talk making a scifi movie, and making waves, Brittany Allen talks wanting smarter horror

Extraterrestrial by The Vicious Brothers

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

Discussing “Extraterrestrial” from The Vicious Brothers IFC Midnight's new feature mildly entertains, but mostly disappoints

Extraterrestrial

Opinions will always vary, so what happens when you get three scifi geeks who are big fans of old-school horror movies together to talk about a new entry into the scifi/horror crossover genre?

TV Talk: Agents of SHIELD and Doctor Who

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The Fall 2014 season of TV programming is well underway, and Tim Callender had a few things to talk about regarding a couple of his favorite shows: Agents of SHIELD and Doctor Who.

And yes, new theme music is just one more item on the list of upcoming changes for Slice of SciFi.