Monthly Archives: November 2011

Once Upon A Time vs Grimm

Both these shows caught my eye when I heard about them.  It’s been a while since anything like this was on network TV, and I was eager to try both of them out. In Once Upon A Time, bounty hunter Emma Swan’s world is changed the night ten-year-old Henry shows up on her doorstep and […]

TalkCast 109 – Jeff Macpherson

This week’s SFSN Facebook Poll reveals that our listeners believe Audrey II is the hungriest Sci Fi character. Diablo Cody says the new Evil Dead has maximum gore. Spider Man the Musical in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. No one injured – this time. David Mack’s Kabuki featured in Dexter.  Twilight movie causes seizures. The Walking […]

Fiction Friday – Kristi Peterson Schoonover

I became acquainted with Kristi through the New England Horror Writers Association. We met at a conference, and quite frankly, there may not be a more interesting group to speak with. So many interesting individual writers with different takes gathered together under their umbrella–but that is another story for another day. Kristi wasn’t at that […]

TalkCast 108 – Michael J. Sullivan

This week’s SFSN Facebook Poll. Silver Circle submitted to thet SXSW Film Festival. Doctor Who Movie will have NOTHING to do with the TV series. Hunger Games releases their first trailer. Asa Butterfield will be Ender in Ender’s Game. M.Night Shymalan teams up with  Will and Jayden Smith. Bryan Fuller is re-booting The Munsters. Kristen Stewart […]

Fiction Friday: Michael J Sullivan

This week we have a very special tie-in Fiction Friday. We recorded the podcast on Thursday, during which we had the pleasure of interviewing Michael J. Sullivan about his series, The Riyria Revelations. He has kindly offered us a short story that is a prequel to his series as a Fiction Friday special feature. From […]

Fiction Friday Monday: “Devil’s Asteroid” by Manley Wade Wellman

    First of all, what a great name, Manley Wade Wellman. Born in 1903, and best known for his Fantasy and Horror classic stories, he also worked on the comic The Spirit while Eisner was in the military during WWII. He won both the World Fantasy Award and the Poe Award. Aside from his […]

TalkCast 107 – Dave Gordon

  This week’s SFSN Face book Poll. We are in love with Boston Comic Con. Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham. Once More With Feeling, the most musical episode of Buffy turns 10.  Godzilla. again. Marvel’s ALIAS coming to TV. SyFy will begin airing Lost Girl in January. Ridley Scott’s Bladerunner sequel is starting up and he discusses […]

Movies I Wish You Had Seen – Repo Man

Once upon a time there was an old man named Bud who repossessed cars with his young protégé, Otto. This movie is an all time lost classic smokescreen of a science fiction movie. It is an absolute chameleon movie, part coming of age, part moral tome on the society of 1984, part car chase, part […]

TalkCast 106 – A First Look at Boston ComicCon 2012

This Week’s SFSN Facebook Poll: Our fans’  favorite character to come back from the dead is Buffy Summers. RIP – Richard Gordon, creator of Fiend Without A Face and Dragstrip Girl. Kate Beckinsale is 3D in Underworld Awakening. Networks see Grimm and Once Upon A Time as the same? Women have their pick of guys […]

Blood Feud by Steven Roman – A Book Review

The Saga of Pandora Zwieback Everything you know is wrong. Thus is the life of Pandora, a delusional goth teen with severe antisocial tendencies and a history of  paranoid visions. She is exiled to upstate New York with her mother and estranged from her father,  the curator of Renfield’s House of Horrors, a NYC Paranormal Museum. Pan […]

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