Author David Barr Kirtley discusses geek culture with guests such as George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Paul Krugman (#61), Simon Pegg (#39), Margaret Atwood (#94), Philip Pullman (#76), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). The A.V. Club calls the show, "An informative and impressively in-depth podcast well worth checking out," and io9 lists it as one of "13 Smart Podcasts That Will Feed Your Hunger for Knowledge and Ideas." NPR's earbuds.fm lists the show as a recommended podcast, and CBC Radio writes, "You may not think a podcast about science fiction and fantasy would be the place to go for political insight, but -- it is. Geek's Guide to the Galaxy manages to be more insightful about politics than many pundits." Help crowdfund us at patreon.com/geeks
Join Rem, Ian and Jonathan for a weekly discussion and debate of your favorite Sci-Fi movies. From 'Alien' to 'Inception' to 'Forbidden Planet', we break down great Sci-Fi movies and answer burning questions such as 'Why did Ridley Scott's Alien have no eyes'?, 'Which actual historical event was referenced in the 2003 Battlestar Galactica Mini-Series? Why was 'Deep Impact' more scientifically accurate than 'Armageddon'? Subscribe to our podcast and visit our website at Sci-FiMoviePodcast.com
There are no film podcasts like this one. Dean, Jessica, Matthew, and Josh deliver unfiltered and hilarious commentary about film and television. The LSG Media team is not afraid to speak freely, and they routinely push the boundaries of the politically correct. If you’re looking for pompous, high-brow, better-than-you film discussion – look elsewhere. The hosts are authentic and unapologetic in how much fun they have with the content. Tune in every Monday and listen to a new podcast episode that covers a science fiction movie.
In this family of podcasts Wendy, Kevin and Brent talk about many of the SciFi and genre shows currently airing on TV. In additional to our regular weekly podcasts where we cover all the genre shows we also do specific podcasts covering shows like Wynonna Earp, Game of Thrones, Lost Girl and more.
Interviews, reviews, opinions and more from the worlds of genre television, movies, web series, and anywhere else you can enjoy a good story! Science fiction, fantasy, horror, paranormal; whatever your favorite flavor, we're talking about it!
Weekly, the Scifi Diner Podcast provides a menu of genre news, trivia, listener's thoughts and conversations, and interviews from the people who make Science Fiction happen (celebrities like Amanda Tapping, Edward James Olmos, LaVar Burton and New York Times best selling authors such as Scott Sigler, Douglas Lain, and Alan Dean Foster). We also rewind and revisit classics like Blade Runner and Wrath of Khan as well as review recent releases like Star Trek Into Darkness, Man of Steel, and Ender's Game. Come in, pull up a chair, and join the conversations.
Entertaining, humorous and very nerdy discussions about many aspects of geek life from 4 guys who think their opinions matter. Including: Sci-Fi, Video Games, Comic Books, Music, Movies, TV and the Internet. Find out more at: www.sci-fidelitypodcast.com
The women of SciFi, Gerri and Eugenia, from GE News Ezine now bring you Women Talk Sci Fi. A Podcast by women about their favourite genre, Sci-Fi. You've read what we have to say now you can listen to us too!
The British Invaders podcast features a lively two-person exchange about different television series, tele-films and mini-series. These discussions serve as both an introduction and an entertaining conversation, catering to both those who have seen and those who have yet to see these British science fiction and fantasy shows. Each show is presented in two parts, with new episodes appearing every two weeks. British Invaders covers everything from story-lines to production details to spinoff material. Past topics have included Doctor Who, Sapphire and Steel, Red Dwarf, Day of the Triffids, Jekyll, Robin of Sherwood, and many more. With topics that range from the captivatingly odd to the addictively entertaining, join hosts Eamonn Clarke and Brian Doob as they discuss British science fiction and related genres. Reach them directly at email@example.com.
Please Don't Send Me into Outer Space Podcast feed. We talk about a Sci-fi or Adventure movie every week. Sometimes we go in depth, most times we don't. Its about fun discussions and movie love. Please join us!
We see The Sci-Fi Christian, in all its iterations, as being about the collision between faith and nerdom. We believe that good genre fiction is about more than just entertainment. We seek to engage with the themes and philosophies behind our favorite stories, wrestling with the big ideas within speculative fiction. We’re unabashedly nerdy and unabashedly Christian. Even if your faith background differs from ours, we look forward to interacting with you at The Sci-Fi Christian!
Earth Station One is a pop culture podcast & blog celebrating our love for all things Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Comics & much, much more. We never know what really what we will be talking about, but know it will be entertaining, and hope you enjoy. It’s time to let your inner geek out to play. Join Mike Faber, Bobby Nash and Mike Gordon as they dive headfirst into the world of their favorite topics, and see what we can find to get into trouble with! The Earth Station One Podcast, proudly serving you since April 2010.
The Sci-Fi Party Line Podcast. A casual podcast about your favorite (and not so favorite) science fiction television shows and movies. With rotating hosts: @fancyfembot, @robominister, @stephbystereo, @bullittWHO, @thevoice123, @fandomhybrid, @LW_Will, and more. Visit http://scifipartyline.com for more info.
Sci Fi Saturday Night, the Podcast is the web version of the popular New Hampshire based radio show. Our hosts, The Dome, Kriana, and Zombrarian discuss science fiction, science fact, fantasy and whatever else we think is cool, in between celebrity interviews.
This is a non-spoilery IntroCast covering each episode and movie of the sci-fi series Babylon 5. The hosts include 2 that have previously seen the series and 2 that haven't. After Babylon 5, we may cover the spinoff series Crusade.
Synthpop musician Jesse Mercury and his guests peek into the concepts hidden within science fiction, and how they can inform our relationship to the universe. Jesse shares in the continuing creation of his SciFi album, including live performances and works in progress.
StarfleetComms: An upbeat science fiction podcast with reviews and news. StarfleetComms will take you on a journey through the space gaming universe and beyond. Exploring film, television, games and books, we will bring you reviews and features of all things science fiction and geeky.
The podcast that brings you the latest news and reviews on your favorite shows and movies. (Primarily comic book, sci-fi, and animated). Hosted by Dina and Stacy. Visit our website, fandomcram.podbean.com, for all of our episodes plus extras! Find us on Twitter @fandomcram
Anthology - Classic Science Fiction Television (The Twilight Zone)
Presented by ObsessiveViewer.com, Anthology is a podcast that examines two episodes of The Twilight Zone (and later, The Outer Limits) every episode. Host Matt Hurt (from The Obsessive Viewer podcast) discusses the plot, notable talent involved, pop culture impact, and any social commentary or morality tales in the episodes as well as how he felt as a viewer about the show. The podcast will follow a seasonal release structure. Following the conclusion of each “season”, the podcast will take a hiatus. During each hiatus, one bonus episode will be released to supplement the feed.
SciFi on Trial is a podcast debate designed to determine the true mettle of poorly received science fiction classics. We put the way films are remembered on trial, in a sincere attempt to find love for all things sci-fi. We scrub away the consensus of fandom, eliminate the expectations, and look at films with fresh eyes to see if their reputation has done them justice. Hosted by SciFi synthpop musician Jesse Mercury, each episode features a panel discussion as well as outside interviews from SciFi fans.
The Geek Homeworld podcast is a lively weekly podcast touching on the best of SciFi, superheroes, action, and adventure from a geek perspective. Produced and presented by Savage Techman AKA Ed with an array of guest hosts.
As often as possible Paul, Mark and Dave meet up to discuss Star Wars and other television, film and pop culture topics. Predominately Science Fiction but they have been known to stray. Always discussed in such a way to appeal to both the die hard fan and the casual listener the conversation can range from debate to deep topics and often humorous or thought provoking in context. Plus a light hearted look at local issues making the news. This podcast is a recording of those discussions.
LIW The Twilight Zone Review with Phoenix West - Loitering In Wonderland
Stand-up comedian Phoenix West loves himself some The Twilight Zone. Listen as he watches every episode of the original series and shares his commentary on them. I will not promise weekly updates but I will promise to finish them all. Go to loiteringinwonderland.com to hear more shows!
What happens when two Métis women, who happen to be sci-fi nerds, drink wine and deconstruct the science fiction genre from a decolonial lense? Molly Swain & Chelsea Vowel break down tropes, themes & the hidden meanings behind the whitest genre of film & television we've ever known.
This podcast is for the discussion of the famous television series "The Twilight Zone." This will (hopefully) be a weekly podcast where we'll discuss one episode during each session, starting from the very beginning. Points of thought and study questions will be on our website at http://www.twilightzoneclub.blogspot.com. This podcast is designed to be interactive, with feedback from listeners. Come, join the fun...and enter...the Twilight Zone.
Podcast Episodes – The Sci-Fi Super Friends Podcast
Weekly podcast where four movie fans (George, Sarah, Keith and Katie) watch, review and rate science fiction, fantasy and horror films. Join us on our never ending quest for glory! [Warning: Thar be spoilers ahead!]
Brace yourself as you approach that signpost up ahead! On The Fifth Dimension, hosts Richard Arnold and Trent Urness bring you analysis of the best and worst of the original Rod Serling series "The Twilight Zone". With each edition, we'll talk about the themes and trivial details of select episodes from the series' five-year run. This is the podcast that lies between the pit of your fears and the summit of your knowledge: Welcome to The Fifth Dimension!
We are a group of people that enjoy sci-fi and fantasy but have trouble watching it when it airs. Thanks to our DVRs we can still talk about them! Our discussions range from the in depth and insightful to the obscure and absurd. Won't you join us?
This week has more Captain America: Civil War with comments from Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. courtesy of Marvel and EPK.TV. Executive producer Greg Muncell joined me to discuss the upcoming horror film, The Betrothed. There is also a preview of this week's Everything Geek as we chat superhero movies. Spotlight has my red carpet interviews for short genre films at the Tribeca Film Festival featuring Curve, My Future Boyfriend, The Tunnel,Reality + , and more.
The Sci-Fi Christian – 5/5/16 “The Sci-Fi Christian: Seth Grahame-Smith is Off in a Flash and Other News” featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono This week Ben is in charge of all of the news. You’ve been warned. Donate to help the Water Fund here: https://www.onedayswages.org/thescifichristian?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss
Tom Elliot takes a look at volume one of The Twilight Zone from Dynamite Comics, written by J. Michael Straczynski. The post Review: The Twilight Zone by Dynamite Comics appeared first on Gentlemens Grindhouse Records.
In the one hundred and forty-eighth episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss "I Am The Night, Color Me Black," a fifth season episode of Rod Serling's classic television series, The Twilight Zone. Topics include existentialist sheriffs, muddled morals, and many, many, many, many monkeys. John’s Rating: 5 Fred’s Rating: 4 IMDB’s Rating: 7.7 Click here to subscribe in iTunes or check us out on Stitcher Radio on Demand. Click here to check out our Tumblr page, which has fun stuff on it, we hope
On this episode, the ESO crew takes a look at that other fantastical British-American series that airs on a pay cable channel. Mike, Mike, Jennifer Hartshorn, and Mark Heffernan flip through the first two seasons of the gothic melodrama. Plus, writer/director Frank Fradella is in need of a faithful... Earth Station One is a podcast & blog celebrating our love for all things Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Comics & much, much more. We never know what really what we will be talking about, but know it will be entertaining, and hope you enjoy. It’s time to let your inner geek out to play.
On this podcast Kevin and Bonnie discuss the fifth episode of Wynonna Earp titled Diggin’ Up Bones (1×05). Wynonna uncovers a clue in locating the last of The Seven, but the cost may be too big. Links mentioned in this episode… Part 1 Of Our Interview With Dominique Provost-Chalkley (aka Waverly) Start Of Something Good fan vid Gun In My Hand fan vid Wynonna fan vid The Wynonna Earp Fans Weekly Times – 4/29/16 edition Here are some helpful links… Wynonna Earp Official Twitter account Wynonna Earp Official Facebook page Wynonna Earp Fans Twitter account IDW Publishing Wynonna Earp page TV show theme song, “Tell That Devil”, is by Jill Andrews Send Us Feedback… Call Our Voicemail: (706)927-8478 Leave us a SpeakPipe audio message from your computer @WynonnaEarpPod on Twitter Wynonna Earp Fans Facebook discussion group Send Us An Email
The Sci-Fi Christian – 5/4/16 “The Sci-Fi Christian: This Year’s Listener Voted Countdowns” featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono We need your votes for this year’s countdowns. Find out more in the latest episode! Donate to help the Water Fund here: https://www.onedayswages.org/thescifichristian?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss
Dave Edmundson steps in for Tim Beyers and joins his fellow Geek Legacy team mate Justin Cavender plus Rod Faulkner of the 7th Matrix to talk about the DC and Marvel Cinematic universes and where they are after Batman Vs Superman.
You can listen to the episode now by using the play button below or click the link to read more detailed show notes. Today, we talk about: 12 Monkeys 2.01 Year of the Monkey Wynonna Earp 1.04 The Blade Maisie Williams pranks Game of Thrones fans Orphan Black 4.02 Transgressive Border Crossing Hunters 1.02 Messages Legends Of Tomorrow 1.12 Last Refuge Grimm 5.18 Good to the Bone Containment 1.01 Pilot
Amie Simon and Brooks Peck from Seattle’s EMP Museum share some tantalizing secrets from their upcoming Star Trek exhibit, and discuss the impact of the franchise on our culture. Jesse shares a song about galavanting through the galaxy with Geordi and Data.
The latest Episode Eight/Rogue One news. More discussion on the season finale of Star Wars Rebels. We discuss content & theory released by the prolific Star Wars video blogger Stupendous Wave and Star Wars laser quest comes to Bury St Edmunds. In showcase it's a broad run through including a listener reveiw from Dean Sheppard of the 1978 Philip Kaufman directed classic Invasion of the Body Snatchers. You won't dare go to sleep after listening! Listener submitted local news from Justin Strawson about exploding tins of paint from B&Q and the tale of the Great Yarmouth motorist stopped by the police for having an inadequately secured load. All of this and so much more so on the day we celebrate our first anniversary on iTunes make the bank holiday complete with Hot Wampa episode twenty six. Special thanks to Dean Sheppard, Justin Strawson, James Kirkup and the Phantom Moped rider for their contributions to this episode. Hot Wampa Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Stupendous Wave - Star War ...
Week 2 of Spencer month. We watched a crazy cool movie called The 10th Victim. Guns and bombs and crocodiles and strip teases and sax players and tea, delicious Ming Tea. It is a really good movie, and I hope you are encouraged to watch it. Email: email@example.com facebook: facebook.com/pdsmios SHow notes: Fonzy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyzK6e6py9A The Hunger Games - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hunger_Games_(novel) The Purge - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Purge_(film_series) Fembots - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Austin_Powers_characters#Fembots Ming Tea - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ming_Tea Joel says 9 1/2, he meant 8 1/2 - http://letterboxd.com/film/8/ All These Women - http://letterboxd.com/film/all-these-women/ Belle De Jour - http://letterboxd.com/film/belle-de-jour/ Italian Neo-Realism - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_neorealism French New Wave - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_New_Wave The Phantom - http://thephantomcomi ...
Spoilers Contained! Conan the Barbarian (1982) 6.9/10 - IMDb 70% - Rotten Tomatoes Orphaned boy Conan (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is enslaved after his village is destroyed by the forces of vicious necromancer Thulsa Doom (James Earl Jones), and is compelled to push "The Wheel of Pain" for many years. Once he reaches adulthood, Conan sets off across the prehistoric landscape of the Hyborian Age in search of the man who killed his family and stole his father's sword. With beautiful warrior Valeria (Sandahl Bergman) and archer Subotai (Gerry Lopez), he faces a supernatural evil. Release date: May 14, 1982 (USA) Director: John Milius A note on LIVE recordings This was recorded live on Mixlr. Make sure you follow the link below so you can be alerted to all live shows. We'd love for more of you to participate on Mixlr where you can join us in the chat room and be part of the show as it is happening! Please follow us on Mixlr for live recordings! Subscribe iTunes|Android|Sticher|TuneIn|RSS C ...
COM Part 1 - Maggie channels her cinema professor, and Melissa rambles because she didn’t take notes, in “Extra Special Everyman,” where we discuss the first part of Children of Men, directed by Alfonso Cuarón. Music: Evan Flury, soundcloud.com/musicman9492. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr & Gmail at "sfincolor". Episode show notes on Facebook & Tumblr.
Anthology - Classic Science Fiction Television (The Twilight Zone)
This week, Matt reviews and analyzes episode 11 from The Twilight Zone’s first season: And When the Sky Was Opened. He also discusses the recent Twilight Zone revival news, and announces a restructuring of the podcast. He ends the episode with a brief look at the Richard Matheson scripted 1957 sci-fi film The Incredible Shrinking Man. Tweet your thoughts on the podcast and The Twilight Zone itself @ObsessiveViewer. You can also reach the show on Anthology’s Facebook Page, email at Matt(at)ObsessiveViewer(dot)com, or call and leave a voicemail for the show: (317) 762-6099. Timestamps Intro - 00:34 Relaunch Plans and Apology - 01:12 The Twilight Zone revival news - 06:15 And When the Sky Was Opened - 13:08 Obsessive Viewer Promo - 33:59 Bonus Review: The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) - 35:29 Outro - 43:32 Show Notes Obsessive Viewer Podcast - This week's promo clip came from The Obsessive Viewer podcast episode 158 – Extended Potpourri – Locke, 10 Cloverfield Lane, The Goldbergs, T ...
This April we were showered with Dragon Con news! Mike, Mike, Darren, and MaryLouWho report on the details, including this year’s new space allocations. Plus, segments from Michelle Biddix-Simmons, Kevin Bachelder, and Eternal Zan as well as a special interview with “4 Days of Dragon... Earth Station One is a podcast & blog celebrating our love for all things Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Comics & much, much more. We never know what really what we will be talking about, but know it will be entertaining, and hope you enjoy. It’s time to let your inner geek out to play.
This week, Kyle Harris, Cameron Goodkin of Freeform’s Stitchers, drops by to talk about some of the changes the team is facing amidst everything and everyone experiencing reboots in the Stitchers Project and in their own lives. Kyle also drops some hints about some of the changes the writers have in mind for the program and the team for Season 3, and about his new venture into horror movies. Are you following the show? Check out Summer’s Season 2 review, and leave your own rating, and definitely follow @StitchersTV on Twitter! Leave a message at 602-635-6976, or send Summer an email with a comment you’ve recorded! Watch more Slice of SciFi!! Do you enjoy different variations of Slice? Slice of SciFi TV is the place you can watch additional Slice of SciFi programming, from convention coverage to exclusive interviews, any time you want: Slice of SciFi TV (YouTube) www.youtube.com/Sliceofscifi Go Social with Slice of SciFi iTunes: Leave a Review! http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sli ...
Tonight we talk once again with one of our very best favorite guests, Doug Jones. Originally he had been booked to talk about his upcoming film Bye Bye Man. When the release date was moved to December, we decided there was plenty else we could talk about and so we did. The discussion included: His recent convention experiences with Ron Perlman and Selma Blair. Filming The Bye Bye Man. His interviews for the re-release of Pan’s Labyrinth as part of the Criterion Collection His amazing relationship with Guillermo del Toro. Recollections of Crimson Peak and The Silver Surfer. His continuing role on FX’s The Strain. His role as Count Orlok in Nosferatu directed by David Lee Fisher. Doing the 2005 remake of The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari. Reminiscing about Falling Skies and working with Noah Wyle. A very funny piece he did for the Nerdist Channel, Scooby Don’t. His contribution to the web series Inside The Extras Studio A new web series coming soon to a computer near you, Adopted. It was a ...
The wait was long and full of fan theories. Game of Thrones has returned to answer the cliffhangers from and leave us with more questions. Wendy and the members of the Small Council – Shannon Clarke, Christine Peruski and Jesse Jackson – take up the highlights, oaths and deaths in episode 601 “The Red Woman”. Thank you for listening! Contact the Small Council: Wendy @WendyHembrock Shannon @TNRLM Jesse @JesseJacksonDFW Leave us a SpeakPipe audio message. Call us at 706-927-8478. Send feedback to Twitter, Facebook, or Email. Hosted by Wendy Hembrock. Recorded on 4/26/2016. Edited by Brent Barrett
Geek's Guide to the Galaxy - Science Fiction Interviews, Movie Reviews, Sci-Fi Books and Writing
Thanks to Marvel and Epk.TV, Chadwick Boseman previews his role as Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War. Justin Cavender, Dave Edmundson of Geek Legacy along with Rod Faulkner of The Seventh Matrix talk about the challenges ahead for the DC and Marvel cinematic universes from the now weekly, Everything Geek.Director Jim Lane previews his film, The Betrothed. And spotlight has Radha Mitchell on her new horror film, Sacrifice.
On this podcast Kevin and Bonnie are super excited to be joined by Dominique Provost-Chalkley who plays Waverly Earp on the show. We discuss how she came to be on the show, fan questions about her and her character and much more. This is part one of the interview. We’ll be releasing the second part in about two weeks. You can find Dominique Provost-Chalkley online at the following links… Twitter Facebook Her website IMDB.com Here are some helpful links… Wynonna Earp Official Twitter account Wynonna Earp Official Facebook page Wynonna Earp Fans Twitter account IDW Publishing Wynonna Earp page TV show theme song, “Tell That Devil”, is by Jill Andrews Send Us Feedback… Call Our Voicemail: (706)927-8478 Leave us a SpeakPipe audio message from your computer @WynonnaEarpPod on Twitter Wynonna Earp Fans Facebook discussion group Send Us An Email
It’s time once again for the ESO crew to preview what Hollywood has in store for us this year! Mike, Mike, Ashley Pauls, and Alex Autrey predict what films will feel some summer love and which ones will sing the summertime blues. Plus, Justin Corbett and George Tripsas may not have much of a... Earth Station One is a podcast & blog celebrating our love for all things Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Comics & much, much more. We never know what really what we will be talking about, but know it will be entertaining, and hope you enjoy. It’s time to let your inner geek out to play.
Send Us Feedback Leave us a SpeakPipe audio message Voicemail: 706-927-8478 Twitter Facebook Email Listen to the episode now using the ‘Play’ button below. Follow the break for the detailed Show Notes. Water Cooler Create a TIST Show Introduction Tuner Minute: Message In A Bottle Join in the forum discussion here. Back Porch 48:53 Agents of SHIELD 3.17 The Team 56:43 Supergirl 1.20 Better Angels (season finale) Show Notes and Links Quick Reviews Sat 4/16 – Outlander 2.01 Through a Glass, Darkly / 2.02 Not in Scotland Anymore Sun 4/17 – Once Upon A Time 5.18 Ruby Slippers Mon 4/18 – Gotham 2.18 Pinewood – Lucifer 1.12 #TeamLucifer – Supergirl 1.20 Better Angels (season finale) – 12 Monkeys 2.01 Year of the Monkey – Hunters 1.02 Messages Tue 4/19 – Agents of SHIELD 3.17 The Team – Stitchers 2.05 Midnight Stitcher – The Flash 2.18 Versus Zoom – Containment 1.01 Pilot (limited series event) Thu 4/21 – Legends Of Tomorrow 1.12 Last Refuge – Orphan Black 4.02 Transgressive Border Crossin ...
In the one hundred and forty-seventh episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss "Passage on the Lady Anne," a fourth season episode of Rod Serling's classic television series, The Twilight Zone. Topics include an interactive Twilight Zone movie, the most British character actor in an episode brimming with British character actors, and some very topical and very terrible political impersonations. John’s Rating: 6 Fred’s Rating: 4 IMDB’s Rating: 7.5 Click here to subscribe in iTunes or check us out on Stitcher Radio on Demand. Click here to check out our Tumblr page, which has fun stuff on it, we hope
On this podcast Kevin and Bonnie discuss the fourth episode of Wynonna Earp titled The Blade (1×04). A showdown with one of The Seven forces Wynonna and her sister to face some harsh truths. Links mentioned in this episode… WynonnaEarpFans.com Contest winners: Signed Copy Of Comic Issue and Get Your Face On An Upcoming Comic Issue Follow IDW Publishing On Twitter to hear about contests How To Be A Good Earper Wynonna Earp Official Instagram Wynonna Earp: Strange Inheritance Trade paperback Wynonna Earp Music Playlist On Spotify From Jodie Sullivan Here are some helpful links… Wynonna Earp Official Twitter account Wynonna Earp Official Facebook page Wynonna Earp Fans Twitter account IDW Publishing Wynonna Earp page TV show theme song, “Tell That Devil”, is by Jill Andrews Send Us Feedback… Call Our Voicemail: (706)927-8478 Leave us a SpeakPipe audio message from your computer @WynonnaEarpPod on Twitter Wynonna Earp Fans Facebook discussion group Send Us An Email
Great scott! Our brave panel of time travelling adventurers rides headfirst into the old west, to debate whether Back to the Future Part III is a worthy end to a beloved trilogy, or a disappointing conclusion with too many plot holes. Jesse Mercury hosts this lively discussion starring Ryan Casey, Daniel Desrosiers, Daniel O’Connell and Johnny Unicorn, with special interviews from Erin Ingle and Justin Minich.
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You can listen to the episode now by using the play button below or click the link to read more detailed show notes. Today, we talk about: Voicemail from Christine in MI re: Machinima Lucifer 1.11 St. Lucifer Grimm 5.17 Inugami Wynonna Earp 1.03 Leavin’ on Your Mind Katherine Barrell Interview On Tales Of The Black Badge Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2 Hunters 1.01 The Beginning and The End The Magicians 1.13 Have You Brought Me Little Cakes Supergirl 1.19 Myriad
SciFi Diner Podcast 278 – Our Interview with Steven H. Wilson (Prometheus Radio Theatre and Arbiter Chronicles) Download the Episode here. Please call the listener line at 1(260) 577-2428, Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on Twitter @scifidiner. Facebook Fan Page. And check out our YouTube channel. We are apart of the Chronic Rift […]
The Sci-Fi Christian – 4/25/16 “The Sci-Fi Christian: A Good Omen for Good Omens and Other News” featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono Book, TV, and Movie news from the last week, plus the continuation of a recent Story Time!
This week, after months of begging, Spencer finally agreed to join us for a movie he picked called Silent Running from 1972. In it is a very helpful message about how blowing up your co-workers to save plants is a good idea! I think that's what this was about, I was busy listening to the Joan Baez tracks. It's 70s sci-fi, so you know its something special! Email: email@example.com Twitter: twitter.com/outerspacepod Facebook: facebook.com/pdsmios
Ed participates in a gaming tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity, and we remember the great contributions of Prince. Donate at www.habitatsavannah.org/Donate.html OR: http://www.habitat.org/ AND... Select your country, and you can give through the website. Thanks for listening, SavageTechman aka Ed 4-25-16 Geek Homeworld Blog Geek Homeworld Facebook
ITB Ep 104 - Maggie and Melissa discuss “Two Tigers Subdue Dragon” of Into the Badlands. Ryder cannot get any dumber, but at least the show continues to plod along so that it’s enjoyable enough. And Maggie comes to a startling realization about what she wants the finale to include (and it involves surfing). Music: Evan Flury, soundcloud.com/musicman9492. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr & Gmail at "sfincolor". Episode show notes on Facebook & Tumblr.
PLEASE VOTE FOR US IN THE 11th ANNUAL PODCAST AWARDS FOR BEST FILM AND TV PODCAST http://www.podcastawards.com/ They will ask for our URL: http://www.libertystreetgeek.net/) Spoilers Contained! Close Encounters of the Third Kind PG 1977 ‧ Fantasy/Fantasy ‧ 2h 15m IMDb - 7.7/10 Rotten Tomatoes - 96% Science fiction adventure about a group of people who attempt to contact alien intelligence. Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss) witnesses an unidentified flying object, and even has a "sunburn" from its bright lights to prove it. Roy refuses to accept an explanation for what he saw and is prepared to give up his life to pursue the truth about UFOs. Release date: November 16, 1977 (USA) Director: Steven Spielberg A note on LIVE recordings This was recorded live on Mixlr. Make sure you follow the link below so you can be alerted to all live shows. We'd love for more of you to participate on Mixlr where you can join us in the chat room and be part of the show as it is happening! Please follow us ...
Video director makes his feature film debut with a film based on the famous UFO case, the Phoenix lights. This movie mixes documentary, narrative and found footage styles to tell the story based on real eye witness accounts to mix fact and fiction. Visit the official site.
Big Finish produces audio dramas based on Doctor Who and many other shows. In one of our annual discussions of TV shows branching into other media, we look at three Doctor Who spin-offs. We’re starting with Doctor Who: Unbound and Sarah Jane Smith. We’ll get into Vienna next time. Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. British Invaders is an audio podcast that discusses television shows. We do not distribute the shows themselves.
This week, Summer talks with writer/director Michael Hurst and actor Malik Yoba about Paradox, a time-travel action-thriller from XLrator Media. Michael talks about what he had in mind when writing the story, and his approach to directing the film and with the set design and effects production. He goes a little bit into his writing process, and how he’s always writing something with an eye to getting in made as soon as possible. Next, Malik talks about growing up with science fiction, and enjoying the clever scripts he sometimes comes across to work on. Horror’s not his thing, but doing more scifi is definitely of interest. Leave a message at 602-635-6976, or send Summer an email with a comment you’ve recorded! CAST: Zoë Bell, Malik Yoba, Adam Huss DIRECTOR: Michael Hurst WRITER: Michael Hurst SYNOPSIS: A group of young scientists are working on a secret project that may allow them to travel ahead in time. They test it by sending one of their own ahead one hour. He returns pleading ...
Tonight Jay Mooers returns to talk about whats new in the Eden Park Universe. Among the newness is his newest book, Sand and Scales and the Kickstarter for his Autumn Grey #1 Troubled Waters. We spent some time discussing how he spends his time in the “Creation Process” and how, this year. the multitude of conventions experiences has made him change his focus to smaller venues. This year, the Eden Park Experience will be in attendance at Vermont Comic Con, ChaseCon, Lock City Comic Con and Plastic City Comic Con. Topics in this weeks news discussion: Wolverine 3 introduces X-23. Deadpool Blu-Ray Extras Mr. Robot Season 2. Bill and Ted, again. Blade Runner 2 delayed. Relax and enjoy the show! http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast313.mp3 Download | Open Player in New Window
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The Sci-Fi Christian – 4/22/16 “The Sci-Fi Christian: The Baptism Brouhaha: Infants and Beyond” featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono In this episode we examine Baptism. We give an overview of the different views and discuss where they come from (in terms of scriptural aspects, but also as historical phenomenon, and developments of tradition). Donate to help the Water Fund here: https://www.onedayswages.org/thescifichristian?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss
What is Steampunk? Mike and Mike enlist genre enthusiasts Doctor Q, John Strangeway, and Amanda Campbell who take the crew to school on the origins of the literature, the visual style, and the still ever-growing community. Plus, Shannon Rhea gets us all excited for the Marble City Comicon and... Earth Station One is a podcast & blog celebrating our love for all things Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Comics & much, much more. We never know what really what we will be talking about, but know it will be entertaining, and hope you enjoy. It’s time to let your inner geek out to play.
Eugenia and Gerri talk classic Dr Who in this podcast and interview the wonderful, bubbly Katy Manning who played companion Jo Grant with 3rd Doctor Jon Pertwee. [more]
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This episode has Aaron Stamford and Kirk Acevedo of 12 Monkeys talking about their relationship in season two. The remainder of the episode features my Tribeca Film Festival coverage for 2016 as I look at the films, Holidays, Fear Inc, Equals, and Here Alone with my roundtable and red carpet interviews with the film's directors, producer and writer. Special thanks to SyFy Channel and The Tribeca Film Festival.
The Sci-Fi Christian – 4/21/16 “The Sci-Fi Christian: Introduction to Paradise Lost” featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono In this episode, Ben gives Matt some general information on “Paradise Lost” in preparation for Matt’s first reading of this classic. Donate to help the Water Fund here: https://www.onedayswages.org/thescifichristian?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss