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It is time for our 100th episode!!! (And first episode on BlogTalkRadio as part of the League of Geeks network.) It's a special episode as a few of our past guests return for this episode. One of which is our very first guest ever, Emmy winning writer Victor Miller, who is probably best known for writing Friday the 13th. We are also joined by filmmaker and International Academy of Web Television (IAWTV) chairman Jeff Burns. You might remember him from our recent game show episode or the earlier episode where we interviewed him and the cast of Super Knocked Up. And to round out the group of guests we have SFP-Now's host Ian Cullen joining us.
We learn what projects they have been working recently, discuss our favorite TV shows currently on the air, share writing tips, and so much more.
Super Geeked Up
International Academy of Web Television (IAWTV)
Television on the Wild Wild Web: How To Blaze Your Own Trail
GenreTainment on Facebook
Marx on Twitter: @MrMarx
We have a special GenreTainment / SFP-Now crossover episode for you. Marx and Ian speak with Robert Leeshock, who many of you may know as Liam Kincaid on Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict. He discusses his acting career both in sci-fi & soap opera and tells us about his movie in development, God Machine.
This week we chat with Cy Dethan the creator of the new up and coming Graphic Novel Cancertown.
We've got a special treat for you, some bloopers! On the last episode we chatted with the cast & crew of the superhero comedy web series Super Knocked Up. We were joined by writer & director Jeff Burns, actress Jourdan Gibson (who plays Darkstar) and Mark Pezzula (who plays Captain Amazing).
It was a fun episode, and I would suggest you check it out if you haven't already. But we also had some fun behind-the-scenes bloopers.
Just to be clear, we aren't picking on them, they actually asked us to do this. They are really talented and have a great sense of humor. So have fun listening to their bloopers and be sure to check out there web series Super Knocked Up when you get a chance.
Check out GenreTainment tomorrow with an all-new episode as we to the authors of Dan O'Bannon's Guide To Screenplay Structure: Inside Tips from the Writer of Alien, Total Recall, and Return of the Living Dead... PLUS, a bonus interview with the stars of Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome!
And don't forget to check out our previous episode, free of bloopers, with the cast & crew of Super Knocked Up. You can check out all of our past episodes in the archives at: ScifiPulseRadio.com
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Want to be a guest or suggest a guest? Email Marx & Julie at: GenreTainment@scifipulse.net
It's a new year and a new show premiering on the SciFiPulse Radio! It's called The Roundtable. Various hosts from the channel team-up, with a few special guests, to discuss hot topics in our favorite genres.
In this first episode GenreTainment hosts Marx and Julie are joined by SFP-Now host Ian Cullen and two special guests, as we discuss long running scifi franchises and what we think of the direction they have taken over the years. Guests for this episode are Doug Drexler: A visual effects artist, designer, and academy award-winning makeup artist who has worked on various Star Trek TV shows and on Battlestar Galactica. We'll also be joined by Jason Brasier, the director of the two web series Drifter: Broken Road and Stagefright.
Featured in this episode of Jeff-Trek is Independent film maker and online blogger Marx Pyle.
Over the last few years Marx has been a regular contributer to SciFiPulse.net and has also been heavily involved in the Independent film making scene in the midwest.
Earlier this year he produced the popular web series Reality On Demand. A project that he co - wrote with his wife Julie and directed and produced.
Earlier this year in order to gain more experience and raise much needed funds for the second season of Reality On Demand, Marx did Camera Operator work on the reality series MTV MADE and the AMAs On Demand. Marx is also the co-director/co-producer of Book of Dallas which premiered to over 1 million views.
He has most recently been working as the main Cinematographer and Director of Photography on Star Trek: Phase II and also in his spare time hosts the popular GenreTainment show right here on the SciFiPulse Channel on Blogtalkradio.