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Join Derek Young from the convention Sci Fi in the Valley as he and Eric Morse talk about the convention....and there might be a few surprise guests.....
(Note: Unfortunately Derek didn't make it for the show. Eric Morse did the show himself and improvised. He even did a reading of the beginning of Psychotic State The Novel...So still a show to check out. It has a few amusing moments...)
Celebrity deaths, two great television series, 3 great sci-fi movies currently in theaters and part 2 of Dean and Phil’s conversation with comedy guru Steve Kaplan.
It’s a jam-packed Chillpak Hollywood Hour, with three minutes MORE “hour”!
PREPARE FOR TITANFALL!!!!
Titanfall dropped this week and it made a HUGE splashed that rocked the gaming community. Several of the Black Geeks give their impressions of TitanFall, the gameplay, and it's impact on gaming.
We'll get caught up on the latest happenings on The Walking Dead. It's been two weeks since we last spoke about it. A lot has happened in two weeks. Well... kinda.
Last week we did not get a chance to talk about Perserving Sci-Fi History and passing downing the linage of the great early Sci-Fi movies and shows. We'll discuss why it is necessary and what shows need to be part of the must see Sci-Fi Archieve.
Of course there will also be Sith News and a Geek Fit moment.
You should tune in and enjoy the show. It's funformation.
It's a new release and giveaway! Come listen to an excerpt of VALL'S WILL, a sensuously erotic sci-fi romance novel. And one lucky listener will win an ebook copy!
Mission: Thanatos is a sci-fi series in the tradition of Star Trek and Babylon 5 and is in fact a hybrid of both approaches to the genre. Meet Creator Peter Borginne and Executive Produce Suzanne DeLaurentiis for an in depth discussion on bringing back this type of science fiction to the world's audiences.
Tonights show will be for everyone who is mad about the chemical contamination of our planet. I would also like to talk about the SCI FI channels disinfo lying "documentary" about chemtrails. Please everyone call in and show your support. Thanks : )
I will be joined this week by a special guest, Wally Podrazik, curator of the Museum of Broadcast Communications and professor of media at the University of Illinois at Chicago. We will be chatting about the best of TV's Sci-Fi from its beginnings in the '50s through now: anthology shows like The Twilight Zone, memorable series that became beloved franchises like Star Trek, cross-genre series and fantasy. It will all be there. Plus, we'll have our usual roundup of our favorit
We continue a conversation that we started last week in the Aftershow. Today we talking about passing the torch of knowledge from Geek Generation to Geek Generation. As we enter the Geek Era there is a great deal of history. Lots of this history be lost and distorted as time marchs on. The knowledge is future distorted as the tell of the history is done by those with the biggest mic.
We'll also talk about whether it's important for these historical element of Hip-Hop and Sci-Fi to be passed down. There are so many different elements that need to be handed down and carried forward. We'll talk about some of the must haves for this new era.
The latest rendition of Annie takes a fresh new twist on this classic story. But how do people feel about the stark color change?
Also with the news this week of Radio Shack closing 1100 stores, we talk about the impact that Radio Shack had on the Tech and DIY Geeks of ole.
5pm to 6pm - Writer's Block "Sci-Fi"
Synopsis: On this episode, host Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney take one last parting look at the Western involving humorous deconstruction before blasting off into the nether regions of Science-Fiction, plotting a course from early authors like Jules Verne and H.G. Wells to the classic staple of Gene Roddenbury's Star Trek.
6pm to 7pm - "The Grooming Hour"
Synopsis: Tim Pylypik hosts another session of grooming and fine-tuning with Bill Boutin and April Griffin, the latter making her debut on Radio today. They will perform selected bits from Phoebe Murer's serial play Meltdown involving the introduction of Polly and Adam in Season Three before the show takes a turn into "Serious" mode with a distillated, cliff-notes version of Tim Pylypiuk's 7-part mini-serial "Speak To Me". Bill and April will take on roles and, for those who know the entire play, will witness a fresh interpretation of them before Tim reveals the context behind this selection of work at the episode's conclusion.
Rated: (Meltdown) Pg-13 for Coarse Language
(Speak To Me) PG-13 for Coarse Language, Strong and Intense situations and subject matter.
"Meltdown" Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk (with additional scenes and dialogue)
"Speak To Me" Written By: Tim Pylypiuk
Both Starring: Bill Boutin, April Griffin, and Tim Pylypiuk
Soundtrack By: (Speak To Me Scene #10) Claude-Michel Schonberg & Colm Wilkson
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