Inspired by the storytelling of 1950’s classic science fiction writing “Shockwave, Darkside” is a new 3D sci-fi film from writer/director Jay Weisman.
Slice of SciFi executive producer Summer Brooks chats with Andrea Beesley, director of the International Horror & SciFi Film Festival and maestro of the themed monthly film series at The Film Bar.
We also talk a little about the Film Bar series, currently celebrating “Alien April”, featuring screenings of E.T., The Fifth Element, Starship Troopers, and Spaceballs each weekend this month.
Celebrating Science in Cinema, the Imagine Science Film Festival has announced their official selections for this year’s festival, October 11-18 in and around the Greater NYC area
Team Unicorn recently hit with their their geek music video, “For the Win”, and that’s only what they’ve done lately. Unicorns Clare Grant, Milynn Sarley and Rileah Vanderbilt come to Slice of SciFi this week to talk about some of the past projects, present triumphs, future wins of their multimedia production studio, and the short form music video and comedy short projects they’ve already done.
Today’s Slice of SciFi news minutes: World War Z happens all the time, Terra Nova tosses Pink Slips, Alan Moore and the Watchmen are… different, Why some Actors can’t wait to Die, Reboot your Brain with Hugo 3D, Multiverse News, Extracted with Sasha Roiz, Flight Test Land, AMC visits Area 51 and found aliens, Booster Gold is coming — bad title and all!
Interview: This week, Sasha Roiz returns with writer/director Nir Paniry to talk about their indie feature, Extracted, that’s been generating a lot of buzz on the film festival circuit.
Welcome to the mid-week installment of Slice of SciFi! On today’s show, we ask whether or not you’d tune in for a reality show…from Mars. We’ve also got a great interview with actor Casper Van Dien. He was a guest at the recent Phoenix ComicCon and we got a great interview with him!
We’ll be back Friday with some listener feedback! See you then!
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.
This week, our guests are Brit Marling and Mike Cahill, creators and stars of a new indie feature, Another Earth. Also, Nigel brings us another Multiverse News report, plus we’ll tell you more about how SETI was saved, the challenge to Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five and just how many episodes we’ll get of Terra Nova. All that, and a story to make Mike squeal with joy.