Lots of interesting stuff happening across the Inter-Tubes today, and I wanted to draw your attention to some of them:
First, Destinies: the Voice of Science Fiction
, a truly fantastic radio talk show hosted by Dr. Howard Margolin, celebrates its 28th anniversary today.
airs tonight at 11:00 PM on 90.1 FM, WUSB, Stony Brook, NY, (netcasting at http://www.wusb.fm/
Tonight’s celebration will include music by Bear McCreary, John Debney, Murray Gold, Kasey Lansdale, and the California Guitar Trio, as well as encore readings by Patrick Thomas and Barry K. Nelson, and volume 2, number 112 of Christopher DeFilippis’ “DeFlip Side,” in which he pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s first spaceflight.
Also, Mateo Latosa and Cesar Gallegos’ original score from my web series, The House Between, will be featured on the program as well.
If you miss the celebration tonight, but want to check it out later, Destinies
programs are archived here
Happy 28th Anniversary, Howard!
Secondly, BACK TO FRANK BLACK, the great organization dedicated to the return of Millennium’s profiler, played by Lance Henriksen, begins to air the web series Millennium: Apocalypse tonight at 8:00 pm.
I haven’t seen this series yet, but I’m looking forward to checking it out. I’ve heard many good things about it.
And last, but not at all least, Will and Michael (Le0pard13) at The Paxton Configuration
have just recorded a highly-detailed and extremely entertaining podcast on the subject of the 2007 horror film, The Mist
. I actually saw the film for the first time not long ago and am a big fan of it (even if a friend spoiled the ending for me. D’oh!).
Anyway, the wide-ranging podcast discusses director Frank Darabont, Thomas Jane, and films such as The Shawshank Redemption and The Fly 2. The conversation never wanes, and the two hosts share a good chemistry and back-and-forth.
I hope and Will and Michael record more of these podcasts; I very much enjoyed this one and hope you’ll check it out.