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We are smack in the middle of awards season, when networks cynically fill their airtime with slapped-together ceremonies celebrating old crap you already know about, all in the hopes that someone will get drunk and start making a damn fool of themselves, all on a short budget. Or, in other words: welcome to the 2017 Crises Awards! Last year was ...…
 
Musical improv maestro, ALI REED, joins host Louis Kornfeld on another episode of the Magnet Theater Podcast. The conversation hits a variety of topics including living in Kentucky, comparing sports to performing improv, and the pleasures of working with musical director Frank Spitznagel. We find out how Ali is able to balance her schedule as o ...…
 
It's our fifth Superman Special! Superman...returns to Supergirl for its second season finale! Zach is again joined by Craig Byrne, webmaster of Kryptonsite and K-SiteTV, to discuss Man of Steel's third appearance on the series, shades of Smallville in this episode, as well as comparison to and discussion of finales of Smallville past. Kryptons ...…
 
Spock's Brain vs Shades of Grey. "Spock's Brain" has gone down in history as one of the worst hours of genre television ever made, and one that Leonard Nimoy himself said was the first time he's ever felt embarrassed while playing the character. "Shades of Grey" is not that far behind as being considered one of the worst of TNG. The writing for ...…
 
Spock's Brain vs Shades of Grey. "Spock's Brain" has gone down in history as one of the worst hours of genre television ever made, and one that Leonard Nimoy himself said was the first time he's ever felt embarrassed while playing the character. "Shades of Grey" is not that far behind as being considered one of the worst of TNG. The writing for ...…
 
Spock's Brain vs Shades of Grey. "Spock's Brain" has gone down in history as one of the worst hours of genre television ever made, and one that Leonard Nimoy himself said was the first time he's ever felt embarrassed while playing the character. "Shades of Grey" is not that far behind as being considered one of the worst of TNG. The writing for ...…
 
My Supergirl Talk partner from Comics Alliance, Katie Schenkel, and I are back talking about the CW’s Supergirl in podcast form! In our second episode, we talk about this week’s very good episode of Supergirl, tension in TV shows, the realities of producing genre television in 2017, Doctor Who, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Gilmore Girls, and ...…
 
This week Zach is again joined by very special guest Craig Byrne, webmaster of Kryptonsite and K-SiteTV and author of several companion books on the series, to discuss the thirty eighth episode of Smallville, "Rosetta." This is an episode the truly needs no introduction as it is without exaggeration, the most iconic episode of the entire series ...…
 
Taylor Brogan (@thbrogan) is a writer who currently works in the writer’s room on “The Shannara Chronicles” and “Into the Badlands.” We discuss genre television and fandom in general. The WGA is on the verge of a potential strike - how will this affect our podcast? What piece of pop culture have you neglected or avoided and no one will leave yo ...…
 
TV section contributors Peter Counter and Susan Stover aren’t doctors, but they’ve sure seen a lot of people play them on TV. Is there such at thing as a medical genre television show, or are we just watching different genres that happen to take place in hospitals? Have House and Wilson ever done it? Also which hot doctors are dead? WATCH OUT F ...…
 
Welcome to the Non-Productive.com‘s Late to the Party ReWatch of Samurai Jack! It’s been 15 years since Genndy Tartakovsky’s groundbreaking animated series first went on the air, and in preparation of its upcoming fifth season, we’re rewatching every episode of the original show… We talk about one of our favorite episodes of the season, as well ...…
 
Subject: Buffy - Welcome to the Hellmouth (1x01) Observers: John Pavlich, Annie Burnaman Record Date: March 13, 2017, 09:36 PM Plot Summary: Trying to escape her destiny as a fighter against evil, a young girl moves to a quaint town in California, revealed to be a mystical hotspot of supernatural activity. Note: Celebrating the 20th anniversary ...…
 
Welcome back to The Real Brian Show! This week we have the pleasure of welcoming Brian C. Roll to the show. Brian (the real one) and I had an opportunity to meet, talk, and share a delicious Giordano's Pizza with Brian (our guest) and discovered an extremely talented, passionate artist. Brian Roll found an incredible niche in producing beautifu ...…
 
Palmer & Dave devote most of this week’s show to the 2010 Canadian science-fiction horror film, BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW, as well as touching on the torture of job interviews, the pitfalls of 90’s TV genre television, and the the bygone pastime of browsing VHS box art in brick-and-mortar video stores. (Recorded October 24, 2016)Follow the conve ...…
 
This week for the first time in an episode discussion, Zach is joined by multiple guests! Craig Byrne, webmaster of Kryptonsite and K-SiteTV, and Matt Truex, from Lois & Clark'd: The New Podcasts of Superman, to discuss the twenty eighth episode of Smallville, "Lineage." We amaze at Clark using heat vision to make toast, Lucas Luthor being argu ...…
 
It's our fourth Superman Special! Supergirl has moved networks for its sophomore season, coming home to The CW where it probably always belonged and going all out by featuring Superman himself in its premiere episodes! No longer a shadowy stunt double or a far away CGI special effect, the Man of Steel has a new face on television: Tyler Hoechli ...…
 
Television Is Revolution. Fresh off the heels of the instant classic FanBrosShow panel Inclusion Is Revolution, BenHameen & Illa YC discuss why Television Is Revolution with the advent of Insecure & Atlanta. The dynamical duo discusses why these two shows are as much FanBrosShow as much as the stalwarts of Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends Of To ...…
 
Television Is Revolution. Fresh off the heels of the instant classic FanBrosShow panel Inclusion Is Revolution, BenHameen & Illa YC discuss why Television Is Revolution with the advent of Insecure & Atlanta. The dynamical duo discusses why these two shows are as much FanBrosShow as much as the stalwarts of Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends Of To ...…
 
Television Is Revolution. Fresh off the heels of the instant classic FanBrosShow panel Inclusion Is Revolution, BenHameen & Illa YC discuss why Television Is Revolution with the advent of Insecure & Atlanta. The dynamical duo discusses why these two shows are as much FanBrosShow as much as the stalwarts of Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends Of To ...…
 
Welcome to another fantastic episode of SFP-NOW. This week our special guest is Adrian Hough who aside from having worked with Peter Capaldi in the early part of his career has gone on to pop up in a lot of genre television, film and video games. During our chat. Adrian talks about his role in (Re)Assignment in which he plays the role of Sigour ...…
 
We're back! Much like Smallville itself, we've returned from hiatus to discuss the twenty second episode of the series, "Vortex." To kick off our second season coverage, Zach is joined by very special guest Craig Byrne, webmaster of Kryptonsite and K-SiteTV and author of several companion books on the series. Craig tells us his long history cov ...…
 
We return with an episode so bold and powerful it received an impromtu, mid-episode promotion from podlet to podcast! Pearl Mackie has officially stepped into the TARDIS as the Doctor’s newest companion, and Alasdair and Caroline are here to tackle this story from every feasible angle, including: Accents! Clothing choices! Fine-level parsing of ...…
 
This week we look at our most anticipated upcoming films from the holiday season. Yes, there is more coming out besides Star Wars and The Hateful Eight, so we discuss what other films we’re excited for. Also, with The Hunger Games coming to an end, we discuss why this series has been such a huge success and if they should continue the series in ...…
 
Stories Discussed This Episode: The Long Halloween by Jeph Loeb The Aeronaut's Windlass by Jim Butcher Half A War by Joe Abercrombie Plus: The Babadook, It Follows, Battlestar Galactica
 
Scott and Sara continue to discover each other's common interests as they talk the genre television they grew up with, discuss who was the best Bond and and share some of their favorite authors and why Scott isn't reading the right people (Editors Note: Piers Anthony is a legit science fiction author; Pratchetthead). Join us as once again as we ...…
 
Our new issue will be out in a couple of weeks, but in the meantime we've recorded a Very Special Episode of the podcast in which we talk about our favorite genre television show, Steven Universe. We discuss why we're excited about SU as a work of speculative fiction, what we feel can be learned from it from the perspective of short fiction wri ...…
 
RIGHT CLICK THE IMAGE TO SAVE THIS EPISODE TO YOUR COMPUTER Shazam! "The Brain" November 9, 1974 We come to the episode written by Donald F. Glut who we interviewed on a previous podcast. He mentioned how there were elements of Jim he could relate to as a kid. Indeed, being a fan of genre television, movies, and books was not as well accepted b ...…
 
iZombie Podcast Season One Archives: Aleks Paunovic aka Julien the Candyman talks about his career in genre television, his character’s journey so far and takes some hard-hitting questions from the Cuddle Puddle Nation. After that, Robin and Steph talk about mourning Lowell, Major flying over the cuckoo’s nest and Liv drunkenly stumbling into a ...…
 
It’s the Star Trek Clip Show! When Commander Riker is cut by an alien plant, he goes into a coma and can only be revived by watching clips from a… The post Shades of Gray appeared first on The Pensky Podcast.
 
Dave lets the critics know that hardcore science is not a necessity for his enjoyment of genre television fare. The Scarlett Johansson film Lucy forms the basis of his argument.
 
In recent episodes of 12 Monkeys, we met the character, Deacon, who rules the scavenger tribe known as West VII with an iron fist. Todd Stashwick plays this sadistic but strangely moral antagonist with villainous grace. He spoke with us about his perspective on his character, his experience with genre television fandom, and other aspects of his ...…
 
Welcome the newest episode of Dark Discussions, your place for the discussion of horror film, fiction, and all that’s fantastic. Dark Discussions brings you their year in review episode. 2014 seemed to start out very slow for horror films but by the end of the year, there were plenty of good films to see, all readily available and not just fest ...…
 
Welcome the newest episode of Dark Discussions, your place for the discussion of horror film, fiction, and all that’s fantastic. Dark Discussions brings you their year in review episode. 2014 seemed to start out very slow for horror films but by the end of the year, there were plenty of good films to see, all readily available and not just fest ...…
 
Check out the panel, Women of Color in Genre Television, at Wiscon 38. Elementary, Sleepy Hollow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The last year has seen a rise in women of color on the small screen. What are the problems with this fresh representation? Where does it work, and where does it fail? What should the future bring? #GenreTVWOC Panelists: JP F ...…
 
Welcome the newest episode of Dark Discussions, your place for the discussion of horror film, fiction, and all that’s fantastic. Hannibal Lecter. He has become one of the most iconic horror "monsters" in film history. Whether he is in the same vain as Dracula and Frankenstein or Freddy and Jason, he is consistently listed in the top ten scaries ...…
 
Welcome the newest episode of Dark Discussions, your place for the discussion of horror film, fiction, and all that’s fantastic. Hannibal Lecter. He has become one of the most iconic horror "monsters" in film history. Whether he is in the same vain as Dracula and Frankenstein or Freddy and Jason, he is consistently listed in the top ten scaries ...…
 
Image via SyFy Helix Podcast S1E01 – Pilot Welcome to the first episode of the Helix Podcast, a fan podcast that dives deep into the SyFy series “Helix.” After each episode, join hosts Ryan Boyles and Tim Arthur as they discuss each Helix episode, share news about the show, interview cast and crew, and bring you predictions on what may be to co ...…
 
It seems as if genre television and film fans are continually on edge worrying about whether or not our new favorite show will survive to even see a second season. So why are we so critical?
 
Do you watch genre television with friends, spouse, significant other? Or do you hunker down, by yourself, only the glow from the screen illuminating the room? Also check out the two previous postings for links to the SDCC interviews and panels mentioned in this show.
 
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