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Sci Fi Talk Live

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Sci-Fi Talk Live is a talk show on sci-fi, horror and fantasy movies and TV.Listeners are welcome to participate in chat room and calling in.Join the community at www.scifitalk.com

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A look at this new hit thought provoking sci-fi movie with interviews from the radio roundtables.

A look back at the last season with stars Bruce Campbell and Sharon Gless.

Creator and director of a new web series on NBC.Com, CTRL which has a lowly office worker spill tea on his keyboard. The newlt transformed device can take him back in time. We discuss the origin of the series and where he wants it to go.

Talented actor chats about his career on Television, stage and films appearing in films like Dragonball Evolution, The Matrix Reloaded, and voicing in Kung Fu Panda.Please note due to technical problem, I was cut off during the news... more

I chat with the graphic novel writers Matt Spradlin and Barry "Bazza"Wernick who talk about their graphic novel about a posh private school and some evil goings on there. Matt also talks about his upcoming SyFy Channel series.

Director of Meteor: Path Of Destruction also talks about another project he has called Hardwired with Val Kilmer and Cuba Gooding Jr.

A change in the programing as I welcome John Lowe of SCAD discussing the Twilight Zone Graphic Novels.

Rocket Ride founder Anthony Rotolo has launched this company that is re-publishing John W. Campbell's classic Who Goes There with some added extras and a new audio production. You'll hear the founder and audio excerpts.... more

This genre favorite actor previews the new season of Burn Notice which started on June 4th on USA Network.

Talented young actress talks about playing Lacy Rand on the new pilot for a new series, Caprica.
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