Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment presented a live announcement from the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios. The title and cast of the 24th Bond film will be revealed, marking the start of principal photography on Monday 8th December. More info at www.007.com
Enjoy this tribute to the cast and crew of the Slice of SciFi radio show on SiriusXM. You’ll be immersed inside the studio during a recording to witness all the went right ~ and wrong during this production evening. Geek-centric news, scientific breakthroughs, unabashed commentary, belly-busting laughter and listener feedback were the essential elements that […]
SLICE hit the Phoenix Comic Con to meet Myke Cole, author of “Shadow Ops”, which fits somewhere between “Black Hawk Down” and X-Men or if “Harry Potter” joined the Navy Seals instead of going to Hogwarts! Noah Richman reports on Cole’s involvement with the Pentagon as inspiration for his writings. Did you meet Myke? Tell […]
Slice of SciFi Executive Producer, Summer Brooks sits down with Mike Mendez, Director of “Big Ass Spider!” ~ now available on Blu-ray DVD. Discover just how big of a Horror-geek Mike is, and what critical aspects make for a great horror film. In this ‘Shaun of The Dead’ meets ‘Tremors’ horror-monster-comedy, a failed military experiment […]
Another Slice of SciFi Exclusive Interview with Bob Layton, Legendary Comic Book Artist with a remarkable history and life experiences that include Iron Man, X-Men, The Champions and many more for DC Comics, Marvel and Valiant. Hosted by George Chase of Hypno Comics, he grills Bob about the early days at Marvel and the path that led to drawing Iron Man ~ right before it was to be cancelled from publication!
Slice rolls out another episode with guest-host Geoff Notkin who gets all Philip K. Dick in our faces as he pimps his latest project involvement with the new Radio Free Albemuth movie. Geoff and Sam debate the merits of Agents of SHIELD based on the pilot episode. Plus, Meghan steps way over the TMI line […]