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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.

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Exclusive Syfy Set Visits

SciFi Vision was recently invited for an exclusive look at the Syfy sets of Defiance and Warehouse 13. All info, photos, and interviews will be linked here as it becomes available. The gallery will be frequently updated. Stay tuned.

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Exclusive: Fan Expo Canada

SciFi Vision was recently attended Fan Expo Canada in Toronto. All info, photos, and interviews will be linked here as it's available. The gallery will be frequently updated.

Lost Girl Press Room:
* Anna Silk
* Holden-Ried & Solo

Defiance Press Room:
* Greene, Murray, Muñoz
* Williams & Benz

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Syfy Digital Press Tour 2012

SciFi Vision recently took part in the 6th Annual Digital Syfy Press Tour. You can find all interviews, articles, photos, videos, etc. linked here as they become available. The gallery will be frequently updated. More coming soon!

Day One: Dinner with the Casts of Being Human and Haven

Day Two: Defiance Set Tour

Day Two: Defiance Q&A

Day Two: Warehouse 13

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Thursday, 4/24
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2:00 p.m.- 24: Live Another Day - Evan Katz, Manny Coto+

Friday, 4/25
1:00 p.m. - American Idol - Elminated Contestant (TBD)

Monday, 4/28
2:00 p.m. - Bates Motel - Freddie Highmore, Carlton Cuse

Wednesday, 4/30
1:00 p.m. - Fargo - Colin Hanks

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Fandom Access

Fandom Access, previously Lost Causes, is a discussion of popculture, mostly dealing with science fiction. Fandom Access has welcomed a variety of celebrity guests and will continue to do so in the future. Now available for download on itunes.

Fandom Access has resided in a few different places in the past, but we are currently on NDB MEDIA on BLOGTALKRADIO. All episodes will be linked soon. Previous older episodes are still available via Talk Shoe.

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Early Review: "Lake Placid: The Final Chapter"

Lake Placid: The Final ChapterLake Placid: The Final Chapter premieres tonight on Syfy. The fourth in the series follows Sheriff Theresa Giove (Elisabeth Rohm), along with Fish and Game representative Reba (Yancy Butler), and Lieutenant Loflin, as they as you expect try to stop the crocodiles from terrorizing everyone and ripping them to pieces (all without killing them of course), during which they search for the sheriff's daughter who went on a school trip that ended up at the lake.

Lake Placid: The Final ChapterAs you would expect, the film is gory as most Syfy creature features are. I can't speak to the effects as the version that I saw was not nearly finished (though it was fun to see floating crocs!). Obviously there are different classes of Syfy Saturday films, some attempt to be serious, others do not. I will say that this is sure to become one of the favorites of fans, in my opinion, because it was seriously funny. From kooky Jim Bickerman (Nightmare on Elm Street's Robert Englund) to the bus driver. Most notably, however, was Yancy Butler who had the best lines of the bunch and constantly had me laughing out loud.

Lake Placid: The Final ChapterStory-wise, the film holds together, though as expected, it isn't deep on plot, and the chemistry between Rohm's character wasn't the best, but it didn't matter; it's just one of the Syfy classic creature features that thankfully do not take themselves too seriously.

If you are staying in and want a fun night in front of the television, I definitely recommend Lake Placid: The Final Chapter

Be sure to check out our interview with Robert Englund from earlier in the week.

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