The 2nd season of The Six Million Dollar Man is examined by John and Paul in a new Declassified episode. Plus, they review the DVD extras from the release, read listener feedback, present a new Bionic Impression Theater, and give you an example of when we go through “Skype Hell”.
In this special “Satellite” interview episode, The G2V Guys welcome Paul and Storm, the musical comedy duo that has taken the geek world by storm (ha, because one of them is…never mind…) and cast a Paul across the fan universe (because the other one…but that doesn’t even mean the right thing, so…forget it…)! Anyway, they’re awesome, they’re funny, they’ve opened for Jonathan (PORTAL, PORTAL 2, LEFT 4 DEAD 2) Coulton, they’ve worked with the likes of Wil Wheaton and Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin smashed their guitar (he had a reason, see below in the show links), Paul’s dogs only threaten to end the episode prematurely (but they MUST be obeyed), and they’re drumming up support via Kickstarter for their fifth album, BALL PIT!
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Science fiction writer Scott Pearson (Star Trek Myriad Universes: Shattered Light) and his daughter talk about Gravity with astronaut Thomas D. Jones to learn what the movie got right and wrong about working in orbit. Plus, an afterword on the Doctor Who fiftieth anniversary special, “The Day of the Doctor,” in 3-D. Double-length episode!
The Zombie uprising reaches Wishwell, PA as Hicks and Ronni try to make their way into downtown Wishwell while Gray tries to escape town with Caitlin. Unfortunately for both parties, the way is blocked by the flesh-eating undead remains of the townfolk. The saga of HG World: The Online Audio Drama Series continues.
Welcome new podcast, The SciFi Diner to The Chronic Rift Network. It’s a listener feedback episode of The Scifi Diner Podcast. In it, Scott, Miles, and M talk about Doctor Who, Agents of Shield, The Hunger Games, and more.
The Riddler has plans for Batman in the form of a lawsuit claiming false arrest, but Batman knows the Riddler is not as innocent as he seems. Can Batman deduce the Riddler’s scheme from the puzzles he’s hidden inside the lawsuit? Can he figure out that Robin isn’t Robin? And can we find all the ideas that would be repeated throughout the series that first led to its success and would ultimately lead to its downfall?
Joining John for the first episode of the podcast is author Dayton Ward.
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In occupied France, an aging sculptor (Jean Rochefort) strikes a bargain with a young, Spanish runaway (Aida Folch): shelter and board in return for modeling for his latest, and possibly last, work. THE ARTIST AND THE MODEL is about seeking beauty in dire times, about reconciling one’s artistic soul when reality intrudes, and about the meaning an artist’s life brings to the rest of the world. Shooting in a stunning black and white, director Fernando Trueba brings a spare elegance to this tale of the creative spirit. We had the opportunity to speak with both Trueba and Folch.
Its a story toy collectors dream about.Â In 2002 a contractor was remodeling an abandonedÂ home in a major metropolitan city and made a surprising find inÂ a forgotten corner of a…
Take away the Batsuit, the Batmobile and the Batarang, and Batman is just … well, Bruce Wayne. How much would it cost to be The Dark Knight in real life?