Thu, 31 October 2013
Ever since we started SciFiPulseradio on Blocktalk Radio back in 2009 we have had two traditions. The Halloween Special, in which myself and a few others get drunk and discuss horror films and the Christmas Special, which is much the same only about Christmas.
Well you can't keep a good tradition down.
Joining me for our 2013 Halloween Special is our loyal friend and biggest supporter T. Shawn Hardy, who also does much of the sound editing for our shows. We are also joined by Shawn's wife Linda who comes up with some pretty inspired choices when choosing her top ten monsters.
And yes as if you haven't guessed already. The topic for discussion is our top ten favorite monsters from movies and television and given that there are three of us involved here. It may as well be a top 30.
So strap yourself in for 2 hours of madness and mayhem and let the games begin.
Mon, 28 October 2013
This week it's our GenreTainment Halloween special, with special guests: award winning scriptwriter Victor Miller (Friday the 13th), author & web series creator John Kenneth Muir (Horror Movies of the 1980s, The House Between) and author/gamer designer Monica Valentinelli (“The Dig” for the Lovecraft Zine, Firefly RPG).
Thu, 24 October 2013
Joining me for the news and reviews segment of this week's episode is Patrick Hayes. We take a little time to discuss the discovered nine Doctor Who episodes as well as Patricks thoughts on the recent new release of Doctor Who: Terror Of The Zygon's' which came out recently in the UK and USA.
The featured interview this week is with indie film director Paul Nicoletos, who talks about how he got into making films and chats about his new short film 'Icarus Down,' which is currently in development.
So get your ears on and tune in.
Mon, 21 October 2013
For today's episode of GenreTainment we are chatting with director John Badham. He has worked on over 30 films and 45 TV episodes. He is probably best known for directing classic films like WarGames, Short Circuit, and Saturday Night Fever. But he has also authored the books John Badham On Directing and I'll Be In My Trailer: The Creative Wars Between Directors & Actors.
We talk to him about all of those projects and more. Plus, we work in a number of excellent questions submitted by you.. our listeners.
GenreTainment is where we talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV and web series. On each episode, Marx & Julie give you interviews with writers, directors, producers and actors in both independent and not-so-independent creations.
You can learn more about John Badham's books at: Michael Wiese Books
Wed, 16 October 2013
Joining us for this episode is writer of 'Destination Moonbase Alpha' Robert E. Wood, who spends an hour discussing classic science fiction television with us as well as talking about SOS 'Space Opera Society,' which is an independant production company that has been set up to produce new Space Opera shows.
During the hour Robert and I share a lot of common ground about the science fiction that we enjoyed watching growing up as well as talking about some of the things currently in the works at 'Space Opera Society,' which includes a sequel to the much loved 'Space 1999' series.
Joining me at the beginning of the episode to go over some of the weeks news is Raissa, who brings her thoughts on the new 'Once Upon A Time' spin-off series.
So be sure to tune in for this space opera packed episode.
Fri, 4 October 2013
Welcome the new episode of SFP-NOW, which is a bit later than advertised.
In this episode I am joined by Patrick Hayes to discuss the past weeks news, which includes our thoughts on the new series 'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D' and my thoughts on the new BBC 1 fantasy series 'Atlantis'
Our guest interview this week is with actress and producer Sadie Katz, who talked with me about her various horror movies and the new movie 'Chavez Cage Of Glory'. And we also discuss her time working with producer Glen A. Larson.
So tune in for a fun packed hour of great discussion and scifi news.
Mon, 30 September 2013
For today's episode of GenreTainment we are chatting with New York Times Best-selling fantasy author and game designer Margaret Weis who brought us the fantastic worlds of Dragonlance, The Death Gate Cycle, Star of the Guardians, and many more. And with her game company, Margaret Weis Productions, she brought some of our favorite TV shows to the roleplaying game medium like: Firefly, Leverage, Supernatural, Battlestar Galactica, and more.
Here is a link to the Firefly RPG: http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/