October 2nd, 2011 by Scott
In this listener feedback show, listeners talk about the Wonder Woman pilot, Enemy Mine, Charlie Jade, Apollo 18, Terra Nova, Catwoman/Anne Hathaway, Fringe, Alphas, Person of Interest, Complaints about FOX, and Summer Glau
Tags: Alphas, Anne Hathaway, Apollo 18, Catwoman, charlie Jade, Enemy Mine, FOX, Fringe, Person of Interest, Summer Glau, Terra Nova, Wonder Woman
April 14th, 2011 by Scott
Welcome to this Science Fiction Desert menu. Miles discusses Shatner’s, Riker’s, and Singer’s failed attempts to bring Star Trek back to small screen. He talks about why it failed and wants to know if you want to see it back on the small screen? If so in what capacity and in what universe?
What do you get when you mix a young girl and Jedi training camp with a dash of Darth Vader? An girl who turns to the dark side. They do after all have more cookies. 😎
And Wonder Woman just can’t seem to make it out of her wardrobe malfunction. The short shorts are back. The fans win out. But are you happy about it? Do you care? Or do you think it doesn’t matter since the show will never make it past pilot? Miles shares his thoughts on the whole matter.
The web series Mortal Kombat is now live. Jeri Ryan and Tahmoh Penekett are starring in it. Michael White from Sucker Punch is in it and Darren from Sanctuary is in it as well.
Bradley Cooper has signed on to play The Crow in a remaining of the original movie. Filming is slated to start later this year. Do you think The Crow should be remade? Or does the original not need a reboot? After all Brandon Lee was awesome. The sequels that followed were another matter.
April 7th, 2011 by Scott
Jason, one of our listeners, starts off this listener feedback show with a question that is sure to spark debate: how do you feel about “big named” actors/actresses in SciFi/Superhero movies? We push out the question a little, but are saving our thoughts for the next response show. We hear your thoughts on 17th Precinct, SGU, Fringe, Battle LA, The Event, Wonder Woman’s new outfit, and our Matrix rewatch. We also really want to know what you thought of Sucker Punch if you saw it. The music at the end of the show is from Earthsea.
March 25th, 2011 by Scott
Here at the SciFi Diner tonight, we’re serving up all sorts of good science fiction news, interviews and stories. Tonight we are excited to bring you an interview with Brea Grant, writer of the comic book series “We Will Bury You” and “Suicide Girls” and actress from the TV show “Heroes.” We have some new trivia that covers Battlestar Galactica and Big Bang Theory. in the news portion of the menu, we bring you the following: the announcement of guests for Shore Leave 33, comments on the Wonder Woman Costume, Why is was GOOD Firefly was canceled, Why V needs a third season, Stephen King on Walking Dead, Terry Pratchett Disk World, Hobbit, Daredevil, and Captain America. Miles brings you This Week In Star Trek and Radu brings us The SciFi Five in Five.
Tags: "V", Battlestar Galactica, Big Bang Theory, Brea Grant, Captain America, Daredevil, discworld, Disk World, Firefly, Heroes, Hobbit, Shore Leave 33, Star Trek, Stephen King, Suicide Girls, Terry Pratchett, Walking Dead, We Will Bury You, Wonder Woman
October 7th, 2010 by Scott
Tonight’s science fiction podcast bring you a special interview with David Nykl from Stargate Atlantis, The Beast of Bottomless Lake, Fringe, Human Target, Sanctuary, and Eureka. We also bring you news on Warehouse 13’s renewal, Wonder Woman coming to the Small Screen, The Hobbit burning, news on Transformers 3, The Superman Reboot, Monty Python turns 41, and the Superman/Batman Apocalypse DVD. In this week in Star trek: Miles brings an interview with Patrick Stewart and a new clip from a trailer for Star Wars VS Star Trek. We round out the show by bringing you the SciFi Five in Five: Jen from NY brings us her top Five Time Travel Movies for girls who are not really into SciFi.
Tags: David Nykl, Eureka, Fringe, Human Target, Monty Python, Patrick Stewart, Star Trek, Star Wars, Superman, Superman/Batman Apocalypse, The Hobbit, Transformers 3, Warehouse 13, Wonder Woman