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    • Episode 75: GOTG, Star Wars VII, Rebels, Sin City 28/08/2014
      Open Introduce Josh/preview show/Daniel Bethel Where we've been and what were up to Sin city horrible opening Harrison Ford ice bucket challenge Guardians of the Galaxy at 255 and climbing Star Wars VI update: what we know up to now Star Wars Rebels Interview segment: Dan Bethel Close
    • Episode 73: Capt America Winter Soldier (SPOILERS) 05/04/2014
      Our hour-long look into Captain America: Winter Soldier! WARNING: BIG SPOILERS HERE. Don't want spoliers? DO NOT LISTEN! But if you'd like some new insight after having just seen the film, join us right now! We roll through story, acting, visuals, talking about a new tone set by Marvel with this film. Note: we regret that the audio track for this v
    • Episode 72: Winter Soldier, Star Wars & Almost Human 24/03/2014
      Star Wars VII, Almost Human and Walking Dead headline episode 72 of the Science Fiction Show with Jason Tudor and Michael Wistock (Keith Houin has the week off), returning after some tumultuous technical terror. Here's the line-up for the show: Open, 0:00-6:22 Almost Human, 6:22-16:17 Walking Dead, 16:17-23:31 Captain America: Winter Soldier, 24:31-34:1
    • Episode 70: Jurassic World, Robocop, Gravity & Skywalker Ranch 21/02/2014
      Episode 70 of the Science Fiction Show is alive on iTunes, YouTube and Vimeo! Here's a rundown: -- 3:29-17:00: We discuss the potential of new dino flick "Jurassic World" with senior dinosaur correspondent Austin May, exploring the "what ifs" and showing you on-location photos. -- 17:00-22:00: It's all Robocop, but be warned! @W
    • Episode 69: Oscars, 2014 Movies and Much More 03/02/2014
      It took us way too long, but we've busted into 2014 with our first venture into video. How do three friends with Skype make a podcast? Easy -- and you get to hear it. In Episode 69, we talk the 2014 movie line-up, inclduing what to look forward to this year. We look back, peeking at Oscarâ„¢ nominees in the Science Fiction genre (gravity anyone) and much
    • Episode 68: Analysis of "Desolation of Smaug" (SPOILERS) & End of Year Wrap-Up 19/12/2013
      Michael, Jason and Keith close out the year with a dissection of "The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug" (NOTE: HUGE HUGE SPOILERS here). For 45 minutes, our trio takes you from one end of this movie to the other, providing insight and offering commentary. Plus, Jason's "NO NO NO NO NO" moment is answered. Also, best/worst sci-fi films of
    • Episode 67: Xbox One vs. PS 4, Doctor Who & Hobbit 18/12/2013
      The US Defense Department's Queen of Science from its "Armed with Science" blog joins us along with video games wizard Michael Fedor to talk about Xbox One and PS4 debuts. How'd they go? Who was the winner? We follow up with a discussion about the "Day of the Doctor" in preparation for the "Time of the Doctor" and make
    • Episode 66: PS4 woes, conspiracy Star Wars casting & World Record Night 18/11/2013
      We have a deep discussion about the Playstation 4 and discuss whether or not it can overcome its foibles. We then discuss the recent round of Star Wars casting and whether or not it was just a big PR ploy. Finally, some thoughts on the Guinness World Record Night at Rancho Obi Wan and the largest Star Wars collection in the world. Great show! Lock in and lis
    • S-Foils: Star Wars-based parody of Lordes "Royals" 18/11/2013
      Science Fiction Show Co-host Jason Tudor has written and produced a parody of Lordes "Royals" with a Star Wars theme. It's called "S-Foils" and you can get it right here!
    • REVIEW (SPOILERS): Thor: The Dark World 10/11/2013
      The Science Fiction Show reviews "Thor: The Dark World" in about 25 minutes. WARNING: big, giant spoliers in this. Make a choice and listen wisely! Summary: GREAT filmn with great characters, CG and it keeps moving! Join @wistock and @jasontudor (25 mins.)
    • Episode 65: Agents of SHIELD & the costs of Stardom 06/11/2013
      Agents of SHIELD rolls on, we dream up another Sharknado sequel, discuss the new "Riddick" film in-depth and interview musician Aaron Kusterer on the future of music and how stars handle themselves in social media. All this and author Nick Eftimiades is BACK! Subscribe on iTunes and leave a review! Also find us on SPreaker, radio reddit and on our
    • Special: Recorded @ Operation SciFiCon in Germany 06/11/2013
      We shave co-host Keith Houin's head, get involved with LIVE combat with knights in full armor and interview friends from the 501st Legion all in one GREAT episode. Listen and enjoy on iTunes, Apple TV, Spreaker and radio reddit!
    • Special: Review of ENDER'S GAME 03/11/2013
      Recorded at Pete's Hennypenny in Petaluma, Calif., Nov. 1, Mike and four friends examine the film, discuss its impacts and its relation to Orson Scott Card's books. They also talk a few of the film's themes and there are SPOILERS. Enjoy this fun, explorative and insightful review of the film!
    • Episode 64: Meeting Samuel L. Jackson & Agents of SHIELD review 21/10/2013
      Jason meets Samuel L. Jackson on the set of a movie he's filming! Plus, the boys talk about Agents of Shield, Elysium. Riddick, Star Wars VI and much more! Find it on iTunes and listen on Apple TV, Spreaker and radio reddit!
    • Episode 63: Grand Theft Auto V, Star Wars VI casting, Video Game Movie Talk 24/09/2013
      A podcast of epic proportions talking Grand Theft Auto V and how it made $9,300 a SECOND in its first day of release. Also, Star Wars VI casting rumors, Michael's visitg to Pixar, and a GREAT discussion about video game movies, bad and good, suggested by one of the listeners! Download in iTunes, listen on Apple TV or catch us on Radio reddit or Stitcher

FX Artist Shannon Shea

FX Artist Shannon Shea

Michael Wistock

About Michael Wistock

Michael J. Wistock bleeds all things "Star Wars." That's because this California native grew up with that, Corvettes and much more in his SciFi portfolio. Did we mention he likes Oblivion?
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