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
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.
Austin Basis of The CW’s Beauty and The Beast (and the Internet’s favorite superhero sidekick) spends some time with Slice of SciFi, chatting with Summer about filming the new Season 3 up in Canada, about relationship growth for Catherine, Vincent, JT and Tess, and JT’s search for answers about what’s happened to him.
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??