Welcome to the mid-week installment of Slice of SciFi! This week, we talk to comic book creator Paul Salamoff. He’s created a new comic book called “Discord” that we think you’ll want to check out! [Listen to the show…]
News and more this week: SciFi to SciFact news about a cloaking device, and speaking of Trek, William Shatner is not holding back on his opinion these days. Meanwhile, the list of potential directors for a Twilight Zone movie is equally encouraging and horrifying (two words: Michael Bay). Plus Kurt is back with some trivia that’s a bit on the unusual side. [Listen to the show…]
This week, we talk about some the latest crop of fall TV series and look back at the summer finales for some of our favorite series. Plus we’ve got another installment from the Multiverse News team. [Listen to the show…]
It’s Monday, but Slice of SciFi can get you through! One of the genre’s most respected writers is angry (again!) plus we’ll delve into whether a TV series based on Source Code is a good idea or not. Plus Kurt has a trivia segment to stump the studio crew (and you)! [Listen to the show…]
This week, we’ve got a treat for Eureka fans (and if you’re not, you should be one!). We’ve got a roundtable with Colin Ferguson, who plays Jack Carter, and producers Jamie Paglia and Bruce Miller. If you like what you hear in this sample, head on over to the Slice of SciFi web site for a longer interview and roundtable discussion about the rest of season four, some hints about season five and some thoughts on the end of Eureka. [Listen to the show…]
Hey look–today’s episode is a palindrome! Just in time to celebrate 45 years of Star Trek, we’ve got a sci-fi to sci-fact from classic (and still the best) Trek. Two former Fox stars are ready for their shows to have new movie installments plus Colin Firth says audiences shouldn’t be underestimated. And then there’s a trivia segment to stump you and the studio crew! [Listen to the show…]
This week, we’ve got a great conversation with the Science Channel’s Debbie Myers for your enjoyment. Debbie Myers is general manager of Science Channel, and leads the development, production, scheduling, research, marketing and communications efforts for Science Channel.
She’s come to talk about a lot of great shows that are currently running or getting ready to debut on one of our favorite cable outlets. [Listen to the show…]
It’s Monday and that means it’s time for a little news and trivia to start your week! [Listen to the show…]
This week’s guest is up-and-coming Scream Queen Tucky Williams, a University of Kentucky grad who’s moved from TV meteorologist to horror movie cult favorite.
She snagged her first female lead role at her first audition (ever) in the indie feature Shadows Light. Her breakthrough role came in the form of Vix, the hot zombie slayer, in Dead Moon Rising – a role that unofficially made her one of the hottest scream queens on screen and earned her not only a legion of devout horror fans but a professional debut and acting background in the horror films genre. [Listen to the show…]
Monday mornings got you blue? Why aren’t you listening to us to brighten your lunch break? We have scifi news, trivia and more to help get you through your day! [Listen to the show…]
This week, our guest is actor Saul Rubinek, who currently plays Artie on Syfy’s Warehouse 13. Plus we have news about Lois Lane’s new look, why we’re not as excited about World War Z as we hoped we’d be, and much more [Listen to the show…]
You won’t believe what one Disney executive says about what makes for a good movie. Oh yeah, and they’ve pulled the plug on the Lone Ranger. Meanwhile, a friend of Slice is reading the audio book of one of the most anticipated novels of the year and we’ll tell you a bit about the future of Minister of Chance. All that plus, Kurt has a trivia segment about sci-fi guys named Jack. [Listen to the show…]