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Best Syfy.com podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Syfy.com podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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From rebellion leaders to scream queens and everything in-between, women have shaped sci-fi and fantasy since its inception. Each week Fangrrls founder & managing editor Cher Martinetti, contributing editor and author Preeti Chhibber, and associate editor Courtney Enlow celebrate the countless badass women in geek culture through funny, witty, and unfiltered deep dives into the nerdverse.
 
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The Fandom Files
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A podcast about people who really, really love stuff — and the people who make that stuff. We dive into the world of geek fan culture, interviewing both devoted fans and creators about their favorite comics, movies, TV shows, and how they celebrate them. From famous filmmakers to fan fiction writers, and celebrities to cosplayers, we are like a weekly Comic-Con party for your ears. Follow us on Twitter: @FandomFilesSYFY.
 
BSG star Tricia Helfer and TV writer/journalist Marc Bernardin do an episode-by-episode rewatch of Battlestar Galactica in its entirety, diving deep into the themes of the award-winning sci-fi classic and revealing behind the scenes details that only a true BSG insider like Tricia would know. In addition, the podcast will welcome members of BSG’s cast and crew into the airlock to share their memories of making the groundbreaking series.
 
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Every Day
Weekly
 
Every other month, SYFY WIRE will be tackling a new subject for it's EVERY DAY series. Starting in October, host Dany Roth will talk with a new guest every day about a different horror movie for EVERY DAY HORROR. So if you're a glutton for horror or are prone to nightmares, take a chance on us as we indulge in some of the best, the worst, and the scariest horror films ever made.
 
Talking Monkeys is the official podcast for SYFY's original series, 12 Monkeys. Featuring co-creator and showrunner Terry Matalas as well as various cast members, each installment of Talking Monkeys dives deep into a specific episode with discussion, revelations, backstage secrets, things you didn't know, funny stories, questions answered and more. Warning: Spoilers abound!
 
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This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney talk about all of those kick-ass trailers that dropped before reminiscing about all of those Disney sequels you forgot existed. Plus, they have some unusual gift recommendations for the holidays.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by frequent contributor Bryan Young to discuss Rise of the Resistance, the brand new ride at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge! Bryan and Jordan are on location in Orlando to experience and explore the highly anticipated new ride, and after taking it all in, they discuss all the ins and outs of the 20-minute extravaganza. Get ...…
 
This week on Strong Female Characters, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney put on their detective hats for a mysterious episode where they play a surprisingly difficult game of Knives Out FMK before recounting why Clue is basically a perfect film.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by.... our obsession with 1995's A Goofy Movie and 2000's An Extremely Goofy Movie! In this years-in-the-making episode, Jordan and Emily discuss in very deep detail the movies' many notable moments and deeper messages, and speak with both a fan caller and Emily's sister about what the movies mean to them. Plus, Jorda ...…
 
The Fandom Files is joined by SYFY WIRE contributing editor James Grebey, who gives us the inside scoop on the big twist in Watchmen's sixth episode, as well as contributor Loryn Stone, who gives us the low-down on the big toys coming out this holiday season! Grebey spoke with Watchmen writer Cord Jefferson and director Stephen Williams about t ...…
 
The Fandom Files is joined by Zack Snyder superfan Chris Wong-Swenson to discuss the latest news in the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement! On Sunday, Justice League stars Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck tweeted their support for the release of Zack Snyder's original version of the film, leading to all kinds of speculation. Wong-Swenson breaks down what's ...…
 
This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney discuss that Maclunkey moment then take the appropriate about of time to squee over baby yoda during a discussion all about the first two episodes of The Madalorian. Plus, another round of Down with the Ficness as they read their original Keanu-themed fanfic.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by SYFY WIRE contributor and Jabba the Pod host Brian Silliman to discuss Disney+'s The Mandalorian and then we talk to the cast of Bravo's Summer House and OK! magazine reporter Juliet Gennari live from BravoCon! It's a packed episode filled with characters from the edge of the galaxy! All this and more in this episo ...…
 
This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney get excited about Star Wars and disgusted by giant worms before diving into a deep discussion about ghost romances. Then, Keanuvember continues as they embark on a Bogus Journey with Bill & Ted.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by Disney expert, journalist, and SYFY WIRE contributor Drew Taylor to discuss the arrival of Disney+! With the long-awaited streaming service finally here, Taylor walks us through some of the titles Disney is offering at launch, discusses what might be to come, and which ones people should watch (of course, we also h ...…
 
This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney kick off Keanuvember with some Keanu-related news and a Keanu-themed game. Plus, they dive into the history of Charlie’s Angels in TV and film.
 
Slashers come in many forms. Guys in masks, guys with knife fingers, and, no.. those are pretty much the two main ones. However, one franchise found a way to make death itself the slasher: Final Destination. Juan Cadavid joins host, Dany Roth, to talk about how scary getting killed on the toilet is and, more importantly, how they would tell a F ...…
 
Gaslighting as found footage horror. That may not sound like a slam dunk, but the Creep movies are proof that you can, well, creep people out very well even if all you’ve got is a camera, a weird werewolf mask, and an awkward, naked man in a tub. Erin LoCascio and Joe Bandelli join host, Dany Roth, to argue over which creep creeps best, what ma ...…
 
If there is one horror movie which defined the ‘90s, it is Scream. Wes Craven’s frightening adventure into the metatext of slasher movies is so iconic that it spawned three sequels and multiple attempts at a TV series. Erin LoCascio and Joe Bandelli join host, Dany Roth, to talk about what holds up, what does not hold up, and where the Scream f ...…
 
RE-RELEASE! As we wait on the new season of Battlestar Galacticast, SYFY WIRE is re-releasing some of our favorite episodes. Today, it’s no more Mr. Nice Gaius! James Callis (Dr. Gaius Baltar) joins Tricia and Marc to discuss Season 1, Episode 7, “Six Degrees of Separation”. So say we all.
 
RE-RELEASE! As we wait on the new season of Battlestar Galacticast, SYFY WIRE is re-releasing some of our favorite episodes. Today, we’re going back to season 1, episode 9, “Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down” with the one and only Edward James Olmos. So say we all!
 
Werewolves are one of the most beloved monsters in horror but also one of, if not the, hardest to bring to reality. But it's generally agreed that John Landis and Rick Baker did it best with An American Werewolf in London. Comic writers, Vita Ayala and Danny Lore, join host, Dany Roth, to talk about the invisible otherness of being a werewolf a ...…
 
Nicole Kidman became an absolute legend at the start of the 21st century with her starring role in Moulin Rouge. She would win an Oscar the following year for her role in The Hours. But in between those two films, she featured as a terrifyingly sad mother trapped in a dark house with her two sick children in the reverse ghost story, The Others. ...…
 
When you think of I Know What You Did Last Summer, you probably think of the 1997 slasher. What you might not think of is Lois Duncan, who wrote the book that inspired the film, and hated every second of the movie that made her creation a bestseller two decades after its publication.But Duncan was far more than this one title. Her work was fill ...…
 
Richard Matheson is one of the best writers during the Golden Age of genre fiction. He wrote I am Legend, A Stir of Echoes, and, of course, Hell House-- which was eventually adapted by Matheson into the film, The Legend of Hell House. Co-owner and creative director for Scarehouse, a Halloween attraction in Pittsburgh, Scott Simmons, joins host, ...…
 
The Fandom Files is joined by Frank Lesser, the comedy writer, author, and creator of the animated series You're Not a Monster! With both Halloween and Godzilla's 65th anniversary right around the corner, we spoke to Frank all about his lifelong love of monsters (and the book and animated show that have resulted) and just about everything else, ...…
 
In 1982, Tobe Hooper and Steven Spielberg perfected the scary-yet-family-friendly haunted house story. Mostly. That movie is Poltergeist and it didn't find a true 21st century equivalent until James Wan directed another movie featuring a haunted child: Insidious. Hosts of the Question Box podcast, Brent Black and Kate Sloan join host, Dany Roth ...…
 
If 28 Days Later gave the zombie genre new life, then Shaun of the Dead did the same for our ability to both respect and laugh at the zombie apocalypse. Allison Pregler, Phelan Porteous, Mathew Buck join host, Dany Roth, to talk about the invention of the romantic zombie comedy (or rom zom com for short).…
 
The end of the world comes in many forms: aliens, zombies, and, in this case, a bit of both. As a comet tavels across the Arth's atmosphere, all but a tiny few members of its civilization are reduced to dust. The rest either become zombies or hit the all. Elisa Hansen and Antonella Inserra join host, Dany Roth, to talk about the basic cable cla ...…
 
If you saw some kind of gooey, white glop churning out of the ground as you stood in the snow, would you eat it? B-movie all-star, Larry Cohen, thinks you would! And, why not? That marshmallow fluff of unknown origin is delicious! Or, it's just controlling your mind so you think it's delicious. The hosts of WTFIWWY, Nash Bozard and Tara Deeniha ...…
 
How do you follow-up the film that redefined zombies for the 21st century? How does a civilization already years into a war on terror without end react to zombies? Bob Chipman and Todd Nathanson join, host, Dany Roth, to talk about how 28 Weeks Later is about consequences and how we tr to justify war crimes when we're afraid of our own shadows.…
 
How do you reinvent the zombie archetype without losing something essential to what makes zombies so scary? Danny Boyle and Alex Garland's idea was to take the shambling dead and make them run at top speed instead. Bob Chipman and Todd Nathanson join host, Dany Roth, to talk about 28 Days Later, its post-9/11 zombie apocalypse, and why the mili ...…
 
This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney question why a person would want to pinch their phone and discuss that Catwoman casting news. Plus, they talk about every version of Sarah Connor then try to decide how she would’ve fared on the Titanic.
 
Technology and our increased ability to seamlessly interface with it have been a pasttime that engenders both curiosity and terror in the hearts of humanity. Star Trek: The Next Generation gave us The Borg, an alien, cybernetic race that touches on not only our fascination and fear of technology, but also the anxiety of social and cultural homo ...…
 
The Fandom Files is joined by Daniel Myrick, the co-director and co-mastermind of The Blair Witch Project! With the film celebrating its 20th anniversary with an upcoming screening at the Austin Film Festival, Myrick called in to discuss the making of his his horror classic and how it went from film school idea to massive global sensation thank ...…
 
Alien life is as likely to come from within as it is to come from without. A cencerous cell is unlike us, and, yet, can grow inside us destroying all that we are. Annihilation is a movie about humanity's instinct, both in the physical and the metapyhsical, towards self destruction. Dan Olson and Crystal Donovan join host, Dany Roth, to talk abo ...…
 
Weird flowers, evil Leonard Nimoy, and the most iconic rude pointing in the history of cinema combine to form one of the best remakes of all time: Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Elisa Hansen and Antonella Inserra join host, Dany Roth, as they go full pod person.
 
What happens when you pair a pre-Matrix Laurence Fisburne with a post-Jurassic-Park Sam Neill and you hurl them into the depths of uknown space on a ship that's been to literal hell? Allison Pregler, Phelan Porteous, and Mathew Buck join host, Dany Roth, to talk about Event Horizon.
 
You thought we were done for the season but you (kinda) thought wrong! Dig this here bonus episode featuring Tricia and Marc digging deep into the secret origins of the Battlestar Galacticast … accompanied by special guest John Carroll Lynch! And how does Simon Pegg fit into all this? Listen and learn!…
 
The week on Strong Female Characters, Courtney and Preeti discuss just what they cannot wait to watch on Disney+ and in honor of her upcoming birthday, gush about what makes our princess, general, and space mom Carrie Fisher so special.
 
Horror’s having a bit of a moment, but this time the genre’s comeback is steered by stories that are far more diverse & inclusive than ever before. Join hosts SYFY WIRE FANGRRLS founder & managing editor Cher Martinetti & Rotten Tomatoes editor Jacqueline Coley, as they talk to Issa López (TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID), April Wolfe (BLACK CHRISTMAS), ...…
 
Tricia and Marc are joined by special guest Rekha Sharma (Tory Foster) as they revisit the Season 2 finale, "Lay Your Burdens Down, Part 2." So say we all.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by Joe Manganiello in a very special episode from New York Comic Con! In New York for the day to debut a Dark Crystal-inspired line from his geek streetwear brand Death Saves, Joe sat down with us and put on a truly captivating show. The True Blood and Magic Mike star regaled us with his geek origin story, dropped som ...…
 
The gang’s all back together! This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney reunite to discuss that Spider-Man news (!!!) and reveal their hopes and dreams for this year’s New York Comic Con. Then they play a few celebratory rounds of Frak, Marry, Kill: The Good Place Edition.
 
Sky rockets in flight! Tricia and Marc are all up in Season 2, Episode 19: "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part 1," the first half of the second season finale. This week's bonus digressions include references to Marvin Gaye, the dangers of losing and gaining weight for a role, and the sweet taste of moonshine (apple pie!). Special thanks to Ron John Mo ...…
 
The Fandom Files is joined by Victoria, a wedding planner in Oklahoma City who specializes in geeky weddings! She is the founder of Simply Nerdy Events, a wedding planning business that helps couples add a touch (or way more) of Comic-Con to their big day. She walks us through all the ways you can personalize and geekify your wedding day (espec ...…
 
Tricia and Marc are joined by a very special guest: Tricia's Lucifer co-star Tom Ellis, the man who actually named the Battlestar Galacticast podcast! Together they revisit a wonderfully Tricia-centric episode: Season 2, Episode 18: "Downloaded," aka The Tricia Helfer Emmy Reel. Hey, you should get something for spending a shooting day or two i ...…
 
While Cher is at Fantastic Fest, Preeti and Courtney discuss Tom DeLonge’s UFO discovery, the potential return of the piece of legend known as The Star Wars Christmas Special, then dive into the underappreciated film gems you’ve probably never seen.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by the proprietor of @Cat_Cosplay, a painfully adorable and wildly successful Twitter account devoted to pair of kitties that cosplay. Because Emily got a new dog and named her Harley Quinn, we were inspired to seek out geeky pet owners to learn about how they integrate their animals into their nerd passions. @Cat_Cos ...…
 
As you wish, goddammit! Join Tricia and Marc as they revisit Season 2, Episode 17: "The Captain’s Hand," guest-starring the late, great John Heard, aka The Dad From Home Alone. Dig Marc's impersonation of Foghorn Leghorn, which ends up sounding more like a basic cable baptist preacher. Also, what kind of lover is Apollo? And how is it that Tric ...…
 
This week, Cher and Preeti are off living their best lives so Courtney is joined by fellow FANGRRLS Carly and Sara to celebrate the 10th anniversary of our favorite underrated gem, Jennifer’s Body. In this house we stan Megan Fox, Karyn Kusama, and Diablo Cody.
 
The Fandom Files is joined by legendary actor and comedian Richard Kind! Known for his roles in Inside Out, Big Mouth, Spin City, Mad About You, Luck, Red Oaks, multiple Stargates, and just about every other good sitcom ever produced, not to mention runs of The Producers and other stage shows, Kind is as humble and witty as he is busy. He now s ...…
 
This week, Cher, Preeti, and Courtney celebrate T-rex weddingwear, lament Patty Jenkins's Netflix wage gap, and discuss that wicked, evil conjurer of evil spirits himself, Harry Potter. Then, our three co-(g)hosts take a trip to the beyond and talk about the afterlife in genre--the good, the bad, and the bonkers.…
 
Tricia and Marc are joined by a very special guest as they discuss Season 2, Episode 16 - the man whose character made the "Sacrifice" itself, Paul Campbell! Paul played Billy Keikeya, aka Billy the Assh*** (not to be confused with Paul's character Billy Morgan on Knight Rider). Misguided. Misunderstood. And dead, in this episode. Join this del ...…
 
Talk about a Writers Room! Tricia and Marc are joined by BSG scribes and writing partners Bradley Thompson and David Weddle to talk about Season 2, Episode 15: "Scar." Find out what goes into penning an episode of Battlestar Galactica ... it involves more than just coming up with a lot of words!
 
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