Interview: This week, we talk to Michael Davies and Taryn O’Neill of “After Judgment,” a new web-based series. The story was originally envisioned as a feature-length film that follows the world 100 years after Judgment Day has happened. Michael and Taryn talk about the series and where it’s headed, and the show’s on-line community of fans.
Interview: This week, we talk to Ashley Eckenstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano on Cartoon Network’s “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.” Ashley may be familiar to some of our younger listeners (and our listeners with young children) as Muffy from Disney Channel’s “That So Raven.” Ashley talks about playing the padawan of Anakin Skywalker on “Clone Wars.”
Interview: “Supernatural” producer and writer Sera Gamble talks with the studio crew about the hit CW series. Sera looks at the way the writers research the various mythologies of demons, ghosts and other things for Dean and Sam to battle with week and week out. She also gets into the way the writers and producers come up with the story arcs for Dean and Sam, including the fact that each character seems to die on a regular basis on the series.
Interview: Speaking of “Heroes,” the gang chats with actress Cristine Rose, who plays the matriarch of the Petrelli family, Angela. Cristine talks to the Slice of SciFi cast about her character’s growth this year, the secrecy of the scripts and offers a few hints of where “Heroes” may be headed next.
Interview: Actor Craig Horner who plays Richard Cypher in the new syndicated series “Legend of the Seeker” is our guest this week. An Australian native, Craig had a recurring role on Lifetime’s “Monarch Cove” and has starred in several hit series in Australia. Craig talks about training for the sword fighting and horseback riding required for the series and how the popular novels are being adapted for the small screen.
Interview: Jeffrey Combs, in Phoenix this weekend to be inducted into the International Horror/Sci-fi Film Festival Hall of Fame, is our very special guest this week. The stage-trained actor shares his take on the whole fan popularity of the Re-animator film and its spin-offs and gives a brief inside look of how these kinds of movies, including the classic “Frankenstein,” have become such a visceral part of horror movie history.
Interview: For well over 20 years Ben Bova has been one of science fiction’s premiere authors. His latest work, “Mars Life”, deals with life on Mars and the possibility of a discovery of intelligent life on Mars that was extinguished by a meteor hit similar to what destroyed the dinosaurs on planet Earth.