SciFi Diner Conversations 101 – Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Warehouse 13.

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SciFi Diner Conversations 101

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,
and Warehouse 13.

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

You Can Download The Episode Here.

 

In tonight’s show, we discuss the following: Captain America: Winter Soldier, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Warehouse 13, The 100, The Arrow, and more.

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 201 – Arrow: One of the Best Superhero Shows on TV (A Farpoint 2014 Panel)

scifidiner201SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 201 – Arrow: One of the Best Superhero Shows
on TV (A Farpoint 2014 Panel)

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Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

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Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

Tonight, we are sharing our Farpoint 2014 panel on Arrow.  Scott Hertzog, Miles P. McLoughlin, and Ron Hall discuss this fabulous series, where it has come from, and where we think it might be going.  Arrow is by far one of the best superhero shows out there. Thanks to David Moulton who ran sound for this event.

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 200 – SciFi TV Shows That Passed 200 Episodes, Top defining Moments In SciFi Diner History, Why Have TV Scores Become So Boring, And More

scifidiner200SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 200 - SciFi TV Shows That Passed 200 Episodes, Top defining Moments In SciFi Diner History, Why Have TV Scores Become So Boring, And More

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The SciFi Diner Podcast

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Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

Support us through:

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Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

Top Ten Moments in SciFi Diner History

Top Ten Most Downloaded Episodes of the SciFi Diner Podcast

Top Ten Interviews

Top Ten Science Fiction TV Shows To Make 200 shows or more.

Why are TV Show Theme So Boring?

What’s Up With The Leviathan Chronicles?

What Are Our Favorite Episodes of The X-Files, Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, and Firefly ? 

 

Top Ten Most Downloaded Shows:

1. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 185 – Our Interview with Amanda Tapping (Stargate SG1, Stargate Atlantis, Sanctuary, Supernatural)

2. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 153 – Our Interview with Mackenzie Mason (Cortana from Halo 4)

3. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 192 – A Babylon 5 Rewind (The Diner Was Hijacked To Bring You This Episode)

4. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 165b – Fringe: Everything Ends – Our Fringe Panel at Farpoint 2013

5. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 174 – Star Trek Into Darkness

6. SciFi Rewind Episode 22 – Blade Runner

7. SciFi Diner Conversations 91 – Listeners discuss Agents of Shield, Big Bang Theory, Sleepy Hollow and More.

8. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 193 – Contact (A SciFi Rewind)

9. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 186 – Our Interview with Vic Mignogna (Star Trek Continues, Full Metal Alchemist, Dragon Ball Z)

10. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 150 – Our Interview with Jonathon Young (Nikola Tesla from Sanctuary) at Shore Leave 34

Top ten SciFi Shows to hit 200

Space Patrol  1110

Doctor Who  801

The Tribe 260

Smallville 217

Stargate SG-1 214

HaShminiya 212

The Outer Limits (Original Series) – 203

The Outer Limits (Revival Series) – 203

The X-Files 202

Supernatural 183  - will surpass next season

Honorable Mention:

Mystery Science Theater 3000  197

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 199 – Our Interview with Alan Dean Foster (Star Trek, Transformers, Star Wars, Alien, and Much More)

scifidiner199SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 199 – Our Interview with Alan Dean Foster

 (Star Trek, Transformers, Star Wars, Alien, and Much More)

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Download the Episode here.

The SciFi Diner Podcast

A 2012 Parsec Finalist

Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

Support us through:

Email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com

or visit us on Twitter @scifidiner.

Facebook Fan Page.

And check out our YouTube channel.

We are apart of the Chronic Rift Network of podcasts.

Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

Interview:  Alan Dean Foster (Star Trek, Transformers, Star Wars, Alien, and Much More)
Trivia: Our Episode 200 Giveaways
TV News:  A look at The 100; Leaked set pics reveal first look at Gotham’s Batman baddie the Penguin; First look at The Last Ship and the trailer for the new season of Falling Skies
Graphic Novel News: EXCLUSIVE: Buffy’s James Marsters on his new Spike graphic novel (plus a 4-page preview!)
Movie News: Walt Disney Pictures Announces Cars 3 and The Incredibles 2
SciFi 5 in 5:  Top 5 SciFi Catchphrases by Scott

 

Promos:

Inside the Studio of the Podcaster

Dune Saga Podcast

Alan Dean Foster

FosterPhoto

Born in New York City in 1946, Foster was raised in Los Angeles. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master of Fine Arts in Cinema from UCLA (1968, l969) he spent two years as a copywriter for a small Studio City, Calif. advertising and public relations firm.

His writing career began when August Derleth bought a long Lovecraftian letter of Foster’s in 1968 and much to Foster’s surprise, published it as a short story in Derleth’s bi-annual magazine The Arkham Collector. Sales of short fiction to other magazines followed. His first attempt at a novel, The Tar-Aiym Krang, was bought by Betty Ballantine and published by Ballantine Books in 1972. It incorporates a number of suggestions from famed SF editor John W. Campbell.

Since then, Foster’s sometimes humorous, occasionally poignant, but always entertaining short fiction has appeared in all the major SF magazines as well as in original anthologies and several “Best of the Year” compendiums. His published oeurve includes more than 100 books.

Foster’s work to date includes excursions into hard science-fiction, fantasy, horror, detective, western, historical, and contemporary fiction. He has also written numerous non-fiction articles on film, science, and scuba diving, as well as having produced the novel versions of many films, including such well-known productions as Star Wars, the first three Alien films, Alien Nation, The Chronicles of Riddick, Star Trek, Terminator:Salvation, and both Transformers films. Other works include scripts for talking records, radio, computer games, and the story for the first Star Trek movie. His novel Shadowkeep was the first ever book adapation of an original computer game. In addition to publication in English his work has been translated into more than fifty languages and has won awards in Spain and Russia. His novel Cyber Way won the Southwest Book Award for Fiction in 1990, the first work of science-fiction ever to do so. He is the recipient of the Faust, the IAMTW Lifetime achievement award.

Though restricted (for now) to the exploration of one world, Foster’s love of the far-away and exotic has led him to travel extensively. After graduating from college he lived for a summer with the family of a Tahitian policeman and camped out in French Polynesia. He and his wife JoAnn Oxley, of Moran, Texas, have traveled to Europe and throughout Asia and the Pacific in addition to exploring the back roads of Tanzania and Kenya. Foster has camped out in the “Green Hell” region of the Southeastern Peruvian jungle, photographing army ants and pan-frying piranha (lots of small bones; tastes a lot like trout); has ridden forty-foot whale sharks in the remote waters off Western Australia, and was one of three people on the first commercial air flight into Northern Australia’s Bungle Bungle National Park. He has rappelled into New Mexico’s fabled Lechugilla Cave, white-water rafted the length of the Zambezi’s Batoka Gorge, driven solo the length and breadth of Namibia, crossed the Andes by car, sifted the sands of unexplored archeological sites in Peru, gone swimming with giant otters in Brazil, surveyed remote Papua New Guinea and West Papua both above and below the water, and dived unexplored reefs throughout the South Pacific and Indian Ocean. His filmed footage of Great White Sharks feeding off South Australia appeared on both American television and the BBC.

Besides traveling he enjoys listening to both classical music and heavy metal. Other pastimes include basketball, hiking, body surfing, and scuba diving. In his age and weight class he is a current world and Eurasian champion in powerlifting (bench press). He studied karate with Aaron and Chuck Norris before Norris decided to give up teaching for acting. He has taught screenwriting, literature, and film history at UCLA and Los Angeles City College as well as having lectured at universities and conferences around the world. A member of the Science-Fiction Writers of America, the Author’s Guild of America, and the Writer’s Guild of America, west, he also spent two years serving on the Planning and Zoning Commission of his home town of Prescott, Arizona. Foster’s correspondence and manuscripts are in the Special Collection of the Hayden Library of Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

The Fosters reside in Prescott in a house built of brick salvaged from a turn-of-the-century miners’ brothel, along with assorted dogs, cats, fish, several hundred houseplants, visiting javelina, porcupines, eagles, red-tailed hawks, skunks, coyotes, bobcats, and the ensorceled chair of the nefarious Dr. John Dee. He is presently at work on several new novels and media projects.

SciFi Diner Conversations Ep. 100 – George R.R. Martin Answers Our Game Of Thrones Conundrum

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SciFi Diner Conversations Ep. 100

George R.R. Martin Answers Our Game Of Thrones Conundrum; Almost Human Might Not Be Blade Runner,
But Rocks At Moonlighting 

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

You Can Download The Episode Here.

 

In tonight’s show, we discuss the following: George R.R. Martin’s response to the Game of Thrones conundrum; more thoughts on Ron D. Moore’s “Devolution of SciFi”; Almost Human might not be Bladerunner, but is perfect SciFi Moonlighting, the Walking Dead offers flowers, Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. continually gets better, and we share Paul and Storm’s “Write Like The Wind.”

 

Apr 16

SciFi Diner Conversations 101 – Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Warehouse 13.

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SciFi Diner Conversations 101

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,
and Warehouse 13.

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

You Can Download The Episode Here.

 

In tonight’s show, we discuss the following: Captain America: Winter Soldier, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Warehouse 13, The 100, The Arrow, and more.

Apr 10

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 201 – Arrow: One of the Best Superhero Shows on TV (A Farpoint 2014 Panel)

scifidiner201SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 201 – Arrow: One of the Best Superhero Shows
on TV (A Farpoint 2014 Panel)

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Download the Episode here.

The SciFi Diner Podcast

A 2012 Parsec Finalist

Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

Support us through:

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And check out our YouTube channel.

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Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

Tonight, we are sharing our Farpoint 2014 panel on Arrow.  Scott Hertzog, Miles P. McLoughlin, and Ron Hall discuss this fabulous series, where it has come from, and where we think it might be going.  Arrow is by far one of the best superhero shows out there. Thanks to David Moulton who ran sound for this event.

Apr 03

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 200 – SciFi TV Shows That Passed 200 Episodes, Top defining Moments In SciFi Diner History, Why Have TV Scores Become So Boring, And More

scifidiner200SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 200 - SciFi TV Shows That Passed 200 Episodes, Top defining Moments In SciFi Diner History, Why Have TV Scores Become So Boring, And More

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Download the Episode here.

The SciFi Diner Podcast

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Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

Support us through:

Email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com

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Facebook Fan Page.

And check out our YouTube channel.

We are apart of the Chronic Rift Network of podcasts.

Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

Top Ten Moments in SciFi Diner History

Top Ten Most Downloaded Episodes of the SciFi Diner Podcast

Top Ten Interviews

Top Ten Science Fiction TV Shows To Make 200 shows or more.

Why are TV Show Theme So Boring?

What’s Up With The Leviathan Chronicles?

What Are Our Favorite Episodes of The X-Files, Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, and Firefly ? 

 

Top Ten Most Downloaded Shows:

1. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 185 – Our Interview with Amanda Tapping (Stargate SG1, Stargate Atlantis, Sanctuary, Supernatural)

2. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 153 – Our Interview with Mackenzie Mason (Cortana from Halo 4)

3. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 192 – A Babylon 5 Rewind (The Diner Was Hijacked To Bring You This Episode)

4. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 165b – Fringe: Everything Ends – Our Fringe Panel at Farpoint 2013

5. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 174 – Star Trek Into Darkness

6. SciFi Rewind Episode 22 – Blade Runner

7. SciFi Diner Conversations 91 – Listeners discuss Agents of Shield, Big Bang Theory, Sleepy Hollow and More.

8. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 193 – Contact (A SciFi Rewind)

9. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 186 – Our Interview with Vic Mignogna (Star Trek Continues, Full Metal Alchemist, Dragon Ball Z)

10. SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 150 – Our Interview with Jonathon Young (Nikola Tesla from Sanctuary) at Shore Leave 34

Top ten SciFi Shows to hit 200

Space Patrol  1110

Doctor Who  801

The Tribe 260

Smallville 217

Stargate SG-1 214

HaShminiya 212

The Outer Limits (Original Series) – 203

The Outer Limits (Revival Series) – 203

The X-Files 202

Supernatural 183  - will surpass next season

Honorable Mention:

Mystery Science Theater 3000  197

Mar 27

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 199 – Our Interview with Alan Dean Foster (Star Trek, Transformers, Star Wars, Alien, and Much More)

scifidiner199SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 199 – Our Interview with Alan Dean Foster

 (Star Trek, Transformers, Star Wars, Alien, and Much More)

Logo

Download the Episode here.

The SciFi Diner Podcast

A 2012 Parsec Finalist

Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

Support us through:

Email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com

or visit us on Twitter @scifidiner.

Facebook Fan Page.

And check out our YouTube channel.

We are apart of the Chronic Rift Network of podcasts.

Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

Interview:  Alan Dean Foster (Star Trek, Transformers, Star Wars, Alien, and Much More)
Trivia: Our Episode 200 Giveaways
TV News:  A look at The 100; Leaked set pics reveal first look at Gotham’s Batman baddie the Penguin; First look at The Last Ship and the trailer for the new season of Falling Skies
Graphic Novel News: EXCLUSIVE: Buffy’s James Marsters on his new Spike graphic novel (plus a 4-page preview!)
Movie News: Walt Disney Pictures Announces Cars 3 and The Incredibles 2
SciFi 5 in 5:  Top 5 SciFi Catchphrases by Scott

 

Promos:

Inside the Studio of the Podcaster

Dune Saga Podcast

Alan Dean Foster

FosterPhoto

Born in New York City in 1946, Foster was raised in Los Angeles. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and a Master of Fine Arts in Cinema from UCLA (1968, l969) he spent two years as a copywriter for a small Studio City, Calif. advertising and public relations firm.

His writing career began when August Derleth bought a long Lovecraftian letter of Foster’s in 1968 and much to Foster’s surprise, published it as a short story in Derleth’s bi-annual magazine The Arkham Collector. Sales of short fiction to other magazines followed. His first attempt at a novel, The Tar-Aiym Krang, was bought by Betty Ballantine and published by Ballantine Books in 1972. It incorporates a number of suggestions from famed SF editor John W. Campbell.

Since then, Foster’s sometimes humorous, occasionally poignant, but always entertaining short fiction has appeared in all the major SF magazines as well as in original anthologies and several “Best of the Year” compendiums. His published oeurve includes more than 100 books.

Foster’s work to date includes excursions into hard science-fiction, fantasy, horror, detective, western, historical, and contemporary fiction. He has also written numerous non-fiction articles on film, science, and scuba diving, as well as having produced the novel versions of many films, including such well-known productions as Star Wars, the first three Alien films, Alien Nation, The Chronicles of Riddick, Star Trek, Terminator:Salvation, and both Transformers films. Other works include scripts for talking records, radio, computer games, and the story for the first Star Trek movie. His novel Shadowkeep was the first ever book adapation of an original computer game. In addition to publication in English his work has been translated into more than fifty languages and has won awards in Spain and Russia. His novel Cyber Way won the Southwest Book Award for Fiction in 1990, the first work of science-fiction ever to do so. He is the recipient of the Faust, the IAMTW Lifetime achievement award.

Though restricted (for now) to the exploration of one world, Foster’s love of the far-away and exotic has led him to travel extensively. After graduating from college he lived for a summer with the family of a Tahitian policeman and camped out in French Polynesia. He and his wife JoAnn Oxley, of Moran, Texas, have traveled to Europe and throughout Asia and the Pacific in addition to exploring the back roads of Tanzania and Kenya. Foster has camped out in the “Green Hell” region of the Southeastern Peruvian jungle, photographing army ants and pan-frying piranha (lots of small bones; tastes a lot like trout); has ridden forty-foot whale sharks in the remote waters off Western Australia, and was one of three people on the first commercial air flight into Northern Australia’s Bungle Bungle National Park. He has rappelled into New Mexico’s fabled Lechugilla Cave, white-water rafted the length of the Zambezi’s Batoka Gorge, driven solo the length and breadth of Namibia, crossed the Andes by car, sifted the sands of unexplored archeological sites in Peru, gone swimming with giant otters in Brazil, surveyed remote Papua New Guinea and West Papua both above and below the water, and dived unexplored reefs throughout the South Pacific and Indian Ocean. His filmed footage of Great White Sharks feeding off South Australia appeared on both American television and the BBC.

Besides traveling he enjoys listening to both classical music and heavy metal. Other pastimes include basketball, hiking, body surfing, and scuba diving. In his age and weight class he is a current world and Eurasian champion in powerlifting (bench press). He studied karate with Aaron and Chuck Norris before Norris decided to give up teaching for acting. He has taught screenwriting, literature, and film history at UCLA and Los Angeles City College as well as having lectured at universities and conferences around the world. A member of the Science-Fiction Writers of America, the Author’s Guild of America, and the Writer’s Guild of America, west, he also spent two years serving on the Planning and Zoning Commission of his home town of Prescott, Arizona. Foster’s correspondence and manuscripts are in the Special Collection of the Hayden Library of Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.

The Fosters reside in Prescott in a house built of brick salvaged from a turn-of-the-century miners’ brothel, along with assorted dogs, cats, fish, several hundred houseplants, visiting javelina, porcupines, eagles, red-tailed hawks, skunks, coyotes, bobcats, and the ensorceled chair of the nefarious Dr. John Dee. He is presently at work on several new novels and media projects.

Mar 20

SciFi Diner Conversations Ep. 100 – George R.R. Martin Answers Our Game Of Thrones Conundrum

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SciFi Diner Conversations Ep. 100

George R.R. Martin Answers Our Game Of Thrones Conundrum; Almost Human Might Not Be Blade Runner,
But Rocks At Moonlighting 

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

You Can Download The Episode Here.

 

In tonight’s show, we discuss the following: George R.R. Martin’s response to the Game of Thrones conundrum; more thoughts on Ron D. Moore’s “Devolution of SciFi”; Almost Human might not be Bladerunner, but is perfect SciFi Moonlighting, the Walking Dead offers flowers, Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. continually gets better, and we share Paul and Storm’s “Write Like The Wind.”

 

Mar 20

The SciFi Diner Podcast’s Patreon Campaign

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All of you have been such huge supporters of us here at The Scifi Diner Podcast. We continually enjoy the dialogue we have with you and that so many of you actively contribute to the community.

We are always looking for ways to improve the SciFi Diner experience, but we cannot do it without your help.

As patrons of the SciFi Diner Podcast, your contributions to the conversations we have, to our feedback shows, and to the chat room are invaluable.

But because we can’t pay for hosting and upgrade equipment with podcast episodes, we are asking for your help.

At our Patreon page (http://www.patreon.com/scifi), you can become a patron of the arts.

Here’s how it works:

First, watch our corny video.

Then, if you are financially able to help, contribute. When you pledge to help us, you commit to a certain amount per episode we produce. Best of all, you set the max so if we post a gazillion episodes in a month, it won’t impact you.

Typically, in a given month we release about four episodes. Whether it be 1 cent and episode or 50 cents a an episode, any bit helps. But if you are able to do more, we have some perks.

I won’t list them all here. But for the price of a cup of coffee from Starbucks or the price of a movie ticket, we have some real nice rewards. The biggest rewards involve hanging out with us in a preshow hangout and even being on the show. If you go to http://www.patreon.com/scifi and scroll down, you can see the rewards we are offering.

But just know this, even if you can’t contribute, we love having you as a listener and will continue to serve up the episodes for free from the SciFi Diner.

Thanks,

Scott

Mar 14

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 198b – Breakfast with Jim Krut, the Helicopter Zombie from Dawn of the Dead

scifidiner198bSciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 198b

Breakfast with Jim Krut,

the Helicopter Zombie from Dawn of the Dead

Download the Episode here.

The SciFi Diner Podcast

A 2012 Parsec Finalist

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Tonight’s Diners:  Scott

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

 Tonight:

 JIM KRUT is often known as the Helicopter Zombie ™*. In one of the most memorable scenes from the 1978 “Dawn of the Dead,” his zombie character steps under a whirling helicopter blade and loses the top of his head to cinematic history!

Other films featuring Jim Krut include “Deadlands 2: Trapped,” “Flesh of the Living,” “Zombiegirl Diary” and “Night of the Living Dead: Genesis”

We had a chance to sit down with Jim and chat with him about his iconic role in film history while at Farpoint Con.

To find out more about Jim, visit Helizombie.com

Mar 10

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 198a – The Game of Thrones Conundrum

scifidiner198aSciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 198a – The Game of Thrones Conundrum

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Download the Episode here.

The SciFi Diner Podcast

A 2012 Parsec Finalist

Please call the listener line at 1.888.508.4343,

Email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com

or visit us on Twitter @scifidiner.

Facebook Fan Page.

And check out our YouTube channel.

We are apart of the Chronic Rift Network of podcasts.

Tonight’s DinersScottMiles, and M.

Welcome to the Diner.

Menu:

200th Episode Giveaway
Trivia: 
Who nailed the trivia this week?
TV News:  The Game of Thrones Conundrum; Warehouse 13; Star Wars Rebels
Movie News:  Guardians of the Galaxy
TWIST: Dermal Regenerator may be a possibility.
SciFi 5 in 5:   Top 5 Farpoint Moments/Top JoCo Cruise Moments

 

Trivia:

Trivia this week!   Who said this quote and from what TV Show?

Question: ”With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably.”

Prize: IDWs Star Trek Comics 15 – 18

Answer: The quote is from the season four episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled The Drumhead.  It was said by Captain Jean Luc Picard quoting Judge Aaron Satie while being grilled by the judge’s daughter.

Winner: Jim Arrowood

Promos:

Resurrection Revealed

Jim’s SciFi Blog

Items Mentions in the Show

Paul and Storm

Write Like the Wind

Warehouse 13 Teaser

First look at Star Wars Rebels

 Guardians of the Galaxy.

Mar 08

The 30 Second Promo

scifidiner30secOk, some of you like shorter promos, so here is a shortened version of the 1 minute promo.  Again, if you use it, let us know so we can return the favor.

The 30 Second Promo The SciFi Diner Podcast

Mar 08

The One Minute Promo

scifidiner1min

Really, the title says it all.  In anticipation of our 200th episode, we reworked our promo.  Here is it.  It you podcast and use it in your podcast, let us know so we can return the favor!

The One Minute Promo for the SciFi Diner Podcast

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