Wed, 25 November 2015
Following up on our recent Q&A at scifipulse.net Robin Dunne was kind enough to do an audio interview with us for SFP in which we got chance to talk on a number of topics.
We started by discussing how 'Sanctuary' ended and asked what would Will Zimmerman be doing now.
After this we moved on to Robins guest stint in 'Defiance' before talking about his more current film projects, which include 'A.R.C.H.I.E', which is a fun family movie about a robotic talking dog, which is voiced by none other than Michael J. Fox.
We also chatted a little more about 'Rattletrap', which is Robin's first foray into the world of writing comic books. The comic currently has a campaign on Kickstarter and looks like it could reach its goal.
Wed, 18 November 2015
Welcome to another episode of SFP-NOW.
This week we feature an interview with fresh faced actress Stephanie Bennett who discusses her role in Romeo Section and chats a little about the pending ABC drama Shadowhunters.
We also talk about filming a Christmas film in the middle of summer and chat about some of the people that have inspired her.
So tune in and zone out as we refresh the parts that no other podcast can.
Tue, 10 November 2015
It's episode 109 and and we are chatting with dark fantasy, horror and sci-fi writer Alan Baxter.
Baxter is an international master of kung fu who writes novels, novellas and short stories full of magic, monsters and yes, martial arts. Baxter tells us about his infamous first story he wrote when he was 7-years old, his non-fiction book Write The Fight Right, his Alex Caine martial arts/fantasy series, his fantasy novels, his many horror/fantasy/sci-fi short stories, and his martial arts background.
We also discuss his approach to writing, tips on writing fights, tips on writing in general... how Alan is Marx's clone... and much more.
GenreTainment is where Marx & Julie talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV and web series. We give you interviews with writers, directors, producers and actors in both independent and not-so-independent creations.
Fri, 6 November 2015
Joining us for this special episode is the team from Supergeekedup who chat about the hit weekly show and also talk about how their individual web series brought them all together.
Jeff Burns talks a bit about how Supergeeked Up evolved from his web series Superknocked Up.
We also get to play a few games, which we developed specially for the gang and we also chat a little about the 'League Of Geeks' network, which we all are a part of on bloghtalkradio.