This week, writer/director Matt Duggan and actor Josh Wingate join Summer and Tim to talk about their film Inverse, an independent feature that recently won awards at the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival and the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival.
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.
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.