Tim and Rachel Review: Castle Premiere, Season Six

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I have been married to  Rachel Ward for 50… months, yes we still celebrate monthaversaries, they’re awesome, and monthly. We are both a little geeky with our TV and movie tastes. I like post-apocalyptic movies with quality story and action, and she just wants the girl to get the guy in the end. Other titles we’ve reviewed: TV […]

Netflix Pick: Revolution Season 1

Season 2 begins Wednesday on NBC

Revolution, a show produced by J.J. Abrams about a post-apocalyptic America fifteen years after all the power has gone out, created high hopes of what another TV show, Jericho, could have been, and maybe a little bit of The Walking Dead. Asking for that and a similar addictive experience to the mystery and adventure of […]

AISFP 96 – Brandon Sanderson and Paul Cornell

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Brandon Sanderson and Paul Cornell join us to discuss novels, comics, Dr. Who, The Wheel of Time, and much more.

AISFP 94 – Stargate Universe

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I sat down with Robert Carlyle, Ming Na, David Blue, and Robert C. Cooper of the Syfy Channel hit series Stargate: Universe at Comic-Con, and here you will find all four interviews.

Interviewing Stars of Television, Film, and Music

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This article collects all the interviews we have done outside the world of books, including exclusives with Robert Carlyle, Ming-Na, Bear McCreary, Michael Shanks, Jewel Staite, Ben Browder, R.A. Salvatore, and more.

Stargate Atlantis Interviews and More

Yesterday at Comic-Con I recorded one-on-one interviews with Stargate Atlantis stars David Hewlett, Joe Flanigan, Jewel Staite and producer/writer Joseph Mallozzi.

I also recorded a press conference featuring Ben Browder, Chris Judge, Amanda Tapping, David Hewlett, Jewel Staite, Robert C. Cooper, Martin Wood, Joseph Mallozzi and Gary Jones.

All of this Stargate goodness will be coming to you soon.

Battlestar Galactica Season 3 Finale

To everyone who complained that Battlestar wasn’t going anywhere and that Starbuck shouldn’t have died. . . .

Good news for Battlestar Galactica fans

Good news for Battlestar fans!

BSG, Stargate, and the Scifi Channel

Okay, I’ll admit it. I was getting scared. Was Battlestar Galactica going the way of Lost? Meaning, would it plummet from the heights of storytelling to the depths of regular television? (Sorry Lost fans, but that show has lost – no pun intended – the magic it once possessed.) But I’m pleased to say that BSG has righted the ship.