Slice of SciFi

Slice of SciFi

This is How We Geek Out: Interviews, Reviews & More

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May 14, 2022 29 min
Director James Nunn stops by to chat about his newest horror-thriller feature, Shark Bait. James talks about implementing things he'd learned on 47 Meters Down to this movie, the adventures in casting actors as swimmers, and more. Do you like monster movies set on the high seas? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Writer-Director Adam Sigal stops by to talk about CHARIOT, and getting the film made during pandemic times. Do you like your science fiction mixed with metaphysical speculation? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Writer/Director Riley Stearns and actor Beulah Koale drop by to talk about this indie scifi feature "Dual". What moral quandaries would you want to see explored in terms of making clones to replace yourself? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Samantha Aucoin and Jana Morrison return to talk about the full scope of what went on with Syfy Channel's hit horror-comedy “Astrid & Lilly Save the World”. HERE THERE BE SPOILERS! Are you on board for "Astrid & Lilly" Season 2? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Monte Yazzie, Festival Director for the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival returns to talk about the 2022 festival, what he's looking forward to festival attendees seeing, and much more. Are you looking forward to getting out to film festivals and conventions again? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Summer and Noah talk about The Spine of Night, how it's the first animated feature geared towards adults we've seen in a very long time, and the dark fantasy storytelling combined with the rotoscope style of animation was a major appeal for the film.
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The young stars of Shudder's The Boy Behind the Door, Lonnie Chavis and Ezra Dewey, stop by to talk about their experiences making this tense well-crafted film. What thrills and chills do you expect from a good horror-thriller? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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March 12, 2022 33 min
The creative team of the "5 Worlds" YA-MG graphic novels series -- writers Mark Siegel & Alexis Siegel, artists Matt Rockefeller, Xanthe Bouma and Boya Sun -- stops by to talk about this amazing story and it's equally amazing artwork. Do you seek out YA and MG illustrated stories? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Director John Andreas Andersen stops by to talk about THE BURNING SEA, filming on various locations on and around the North Sea, looking at how the extraction and use of finite resources needs to be reconsidered, and creating compelling personal stories during epic disasters, and more. Do natural disaster action thrillers pique your interest? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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KING KNIGHT writer & director Richard Bates, Jr. stops by to talk about getting a quirky indie feature like this made, drawing on his knowledge of Wiccan culture to build the foundation for journeys of self-discovery for the characters, and much more. What do you hope for in a horror-comedy, more horror or more comedy? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Horror favorite Barbara Crampton stops by to talk about the roles she takes on, the fun of being able to portray characters written to be more complicated, working with directors to understand the performance they need, and so much more. What do you love most about your favorite horror icons? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Filmmakers Emily Bennett and Justin Brooks stop by to talk about their new feature, ALONE WITH YOU, about co-creating it, and all that goes along with making a feature during lockdown, and much more. What thrills you most about psychological horror? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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"Ghosts of the Ozarks" actor and co-writer Tara Perry stops by to talk about this atmospheric & slow building mystery with a psychological twist. Do you enjoy historical period piece horror stories, or more contemporary ones? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Jana Morrison and Samantha Aucoin, the leads in Syfy's new horror-comedy "Astrid & Lilly Save the World", stop by to talk about their quirky new show that is becoming all the buzz on Twitter and beyond. What dark fantasy hybrid TV shows grab your attention? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Noelle Stehman and Betsy Van Stone, co-creators of Syfy's new horror-comedy "Astrid & Lilly Save the World" stop by to talk about this fun new show: getting it written, finding their leads, and so much more. What dark fantasy hybrid TV shows grab your attention? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Sound designers Bret Killoran and Dashen Naidoo, and Film Editor Dev Singh stop by to talk about their work on Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. What thrills you the most about what goes into making a horror movie? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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December 19, 2021 103 min
Noah and Daren join Summer to chat about the movies, television shows, graphic novels, video games and more that made an impression on their 2021 entertainment choices. What genre entertainment media brought a little more joy to your 2021 ? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Stacey Smith?, editor of ATB Publishing's Pop Culture Guides series stops by to talk about the popular "Outside In" series, now covering Doctor Who, Star Trek, Buffy, Angel, The X-Files, with volumes on Babylon 5 and a few other fandoms in the works. What genre fandoms do you seek out reference manuals or art books for? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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Comics writer & artist Fernando Dagnino stops by to talk about his newest graphic novel, Smart Girl, from Titan Comics. What types of graphic novels excite and intrigue you? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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November 27, 2021 32 min
We are back again this week to talk more with Ben Robinson about some of the other genre projects Hero Collector works on, particularly the books and the model ships. What genre fandoms do you seek out reference manuals or art books for? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
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