Thu, 29 December 2016
It's nearly the end of 2016, which means it's time for a special edition of SFP-Now & GenreTainment! SFP-Now host Ian Cullen and GenreTainment co-host Marx Pyle are joined by Jeff Burns (Super Geeked Up, Super Knocked Up) to discuss the best and worse TV shows, movies, and books of 2016.
Listen to this fun overview of TV shows (Stranger Things, The Flash, Crazyhead, Westworld, Limitless, Black Mirror, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Incorporated, The Tick, etc) , movies (Doctor Strange, Batman vs Superman, Deadpool, Rogue One, The Shallows, Suicide Squad, ARQ, The Martian, Star Trek Beyond, etc), graphic novels/books (Dark Matter, Karma Police, Void Wraith trilogy, The Kutherian Gambit, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Heir to the Jedi, Xanth series, etc).
We joke around, go on rants about things we get frustrated by in genre stories, and try to spotlight some great entertainment that you should check out.
Hope you enjoy and we look forward to providing you more SFP-Now and GenreTainment in 2017!
Ian Cullen: http://scifipulse.net/
Marx Pyle: http://MarxPyle.com
Jeff Burns: http://supergeekedup.com/
Sat, 17 December 2016
Welcome to this special edition of SFP-NOW in which we are joined by Raissa and Kneelbeforeblog webmaster Craig McKenzie.
For this special one off we discuss the recent DC Crossover event, which saw Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and Legends Of Tomorrow all coming together to take on the Dominators.
During the episode we critique and analyse what we liked and what we didn't like so much about the episodes.
So if your a comics fan. This episode will be right up your street.
Sat, 3 December 2016
Welcome to a somewhat delayed episode of SFP-NOW.
After a long month away. We're back and this week we bring you an interview with future star J. Alex Brinson who has made an incredible splash in the acting business with roles in various series, but has caught a pretty big role in the new science fiction series 'Travelers', which will be available on Netflix from the 23 December.
During our chat Alex talks about his humble start in the streets of Philadelphia and how he has thus far been able to maintain his dream of being a performer.
Alex also talks about the new show 'Travelers' and how he hopes the series will take off with the US and British audiences when it hits Netflix later this month.
The actor also chats about how he went to the same school as Star War's actor Adam Driver who was a year a head of him in High School.
In the second half of the show I am joined by Raissa to discuss the new shows Timeless and the third season of 'The Librarians' and we also chat a little about the series 'Star Trek Discovery'.