This Saturday, October 27, we interview director Casey Moore who looks back and revisits his "Finding the Future: A Science Fiction Conversation." This film takes a look at the genre from the perspective of those who help create it, star in its products and the fans who attend the conventions dedicated to it. Icons such as our past guest, the great Forrest J. Ackerman, and authors like the award-winning Ben Bova, David Brin and Catherine Asaro are just a few of the over twenty SF celebrities showcased in this interesting film.
Moore will also discuss his newest horror short film titled "Not Quite Dead," in which he takes off his director's hat and steps in front of the camera as an actor for the the story about a small suburban neighborhood over-run with the recently deceased and a group of friends try to survive with the help of their zombie-fanatic friend. "Not Quite Dead" is helmed by first-time director Stephen C. Krystek.
This week's show is also filled with loads of news and information from the world of movies, television, trivia and more. Here is just a hint of what show #132 has in store for you:
With all the new buzz about a "Serenity" sequel, the Browncoats all over the world are gearing up for a new campaign to bring back the crew of Serenity for film #2 and we will telll you how to get on board. SanDisk is branching out into the video service provider business, and will we have to wait until 2010 to see Routh again as the Man of Steel?
Excitement is mounting over the soon release of Robert Zemeckis' performance capture big-budget film "Beowulf" and we tell you all about it. We also take a look at seven other new SF films due out in the month of November 2007.
For television, the new Knight Rider will get a Transformers-esque makeover and Fox finally gives a release date for the much anticipated debut of "The Sarah Connor Chronicles."
The Future is looking good as Jim Carrey has a special Christmas gift for all of his fans and Naomi Watts' film career goes to "The Birds."
Our "The 4400″ Season One and Season Three DVD giveaway continues until midnight October 31, 2007, as does the Zombie Channel contest for the DVD "Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane."
These and so much more are on hand for Slice of SciFi Show #132, ready for download on Saturday, October 27. 2007 and also available on XM-Satellite Radio's The Sonic Channel.
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