By learning what the future holds, would you make the same decisions? [Listen to the show…]
SPOILER ALERT! If you managed to miss the final episode of Fringe, or your recorded it but didn’t watch yet because you have a life and went out Friday night… whatever. Did JJ Abrams knock it out of the park, or leave you wanting waaaaay more answers? Find out what the Slice cast thinks and let us know what you think! [Listen to the show…]
Join Mike, Brian, Sam, Ben, Noah and Meghan for another Slice of SciFi All-Star Geek-Out! The crew takes one last moment to reminisce about the movies they loved from 2012, and some of them might not be the ones you expect!
Meghan also gives us some of her favorite graphic novels from the year, and Ben adds his thoughts to the new DC storylines. [Listen to the show…]
Join Mike, Brian, Ben, Keith, Noah and Meghan for another Slice of SciFi All-Star Geek-Out!
1) is art critic Camille Paglia serious or just whacking the hornets’ nest by saying George Lucas’ Revenge of the Sith is “the greatest piece of art in the last thirty years”?
2) playing the “Books to Movies” game, but with a few caveats [Listen to the show…]
Join Mike, Brian, Sam, Ben, Noah and Meghan for another Slice of SciFi All-Star Geek-Out! Diving deeper into topics brought up during Slice of SciFi 516, the crew discusses the good, the bad and the intensity of Walking Dead Season 3, how the Once Upon A Time Ladies are Kicking Ass For Themselves, and the ZOMFG factor of the final season of Fringe, trying really hard not to start a Fringe Podcast right there on the spot.
Call the Feedback Number 206-339-TREK (8735) [Listen to the show…]
Interview: Cracked.com Editor-In-Chief Jack O’Brien stops to chat with Slice of SciFi about the inspiration and creation of the Cracked 64: the End of Year Everything List of 2012 features. [Listen to the show…]
Slice of SciFi field reporter Mark Edlitz talks with comics legend Stan Lee about his latest graphic novel “Romeo and Juliet: The War” from 1821 Comics, about translating the Shakespearean themes to modern day and future heroes, about the importance of hero nicknames, and more! [Listen to the show…]
If you tuned into episode 364, you heard the first ten minutes of our Eureka roundtable with Colin Ferguson, Jamie Paglia and Bruce Miller.
Here is the rest of our conversation with the creative team behind one of our favorite shows. They’ll talk about what’s coming up in the season finale and what is ahead for season five. [Listen to the show…]
If you tuned into Show #352 for the conversation with Brit Marling and Mike Cahill, creators and star of Another Earth, you heard the first part of the chat. [Listen to the show…]
PHILLY CHICK PICTURES wrapped production on another MS. VAMPY web series titled “MS. VAMPY’S TWEEN TAWK, TEEN TAWK & IN BETWEEN TAWK”. Following the hit web series “MS. VAMPY” in 2009 and as a prelude to the Halloween Family feature “VAMP IT OUT”, Ms. Vampy is back to inspire tween and teen girls in a “tawk” show format, which covers issues that these girls are faced with today. Topics that will be discussed include: Body image; Self-esteem; Peer pressure; Caring about what others think of you; Being popular; Facing your fears; Following your dreams; And, of course, boys and “TWILIGHT”! [Listen to the show…]
Brooke Lewis brings us a report about the Big Bear Horror-Fi Film Festival while attending a Los Angeles signing event for Adrienne Barbeau’s new book, Love Bites. The festival is coming up this fall, so if you’re in the LA area, drop by! [Listen to the show…]