Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter is a sci-fi action film released June of 2017.
Christopher is joined by the star of the film,
Tracey Birdsall, to discuss her career and the new movie.
Sam Witwer wowed the hell out of me as the vampire with the heart of gold in the Syfy Channel version of Being Human.
We speak about that show and about him playing with himself in the video game universe of The Force Unleashed. (What, how would you have worded it?)
Amanda Tapping visited Denver Starfest and we got a chance to speak with her about all the awesome “S-shows” she as appeared in!
(Somehow the audio to the video was lost, so I had to marry up the podcast version of the interview, which had been edited slightly more than the video, so you there are a couple moments of silence here and there. Sorry, but… digital stuff)
The last of the classic Universal monster actors, Ricou Browning, visited the Cincinnati Comic Expo this fall.
He is best know for doing the underwater stunt work in the famous “Gill-man” costume for the Universal Pictures series of The Creature from the Black Lagoon films.
We can not thank him enough for giving us a few minutes to speak with this incredibly interesting man.
I watched the movie and now I’ve spoken to writer/director and founder of Thoughtfly Studios, Brian Cunningham!
Myth is fantasy combat game that was successfully funded on Kick Starter and is published by MERCS Miniatures. Floyd got a chance to talk with Kenny Sims, a co-designer of the game.
We sat down with the current “show runner” of the brilliant web-series Aidan 5 while we were at Indianapolis GenCon 2013.
Set in the year 2064, Aidan 5 chronicles the journey of one detective who must unravel the mystery behind the serial killings of his own clones. This 16-episode living comic book is told through a unique style of film making and sketched art.”
You can learn more and watch the series by visiting http://www.aidan5.com/
Ben Browder is best known for his incredible portrayal of ‘John Crichton’ on Farscape. What started out as a modern day “Buck Rogers” story quickly became a entity all its own and garnered one of the most loyal fan bases known in any universe. After Farscape came to an end, he popped up in the last two seasons of another much loved sci-fi show, Stargate: SG1 as ‘Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell’. He reprised the role in two follow up made-for-TV movies. To many fans delight he even found his way into Doctor Who for an episode!
Mr. Browder stopped by Denver Starfest 2013 and was kind enough to give up some time for a few interviews, including the one below! (There were some technical difficulties with one of the camera shots so this one looks a little one-sided, but the important half is intact.)
We talk about his first steps into sci-fi as a fan, the many facets of Farscape and the project that just can’t seem to get off the ground, Naught for Hire.