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ATX Horror Anthologies Panel - Greg Nicotero, Chloe Okuno, Tananaritive Due, Steve Barnes, & Adam MacDonald

Tonight, as part of the ATX Television Festival, Shudder presented the panel “Horror Anthologies,” exploring modern series and why they are accepted by todays’ viewers. Panelists included Greg Nicotero, the showrunner/writer/executive producer/director of Creepshow, which will be going into its third season soon, Chloe Okuno, director of V/H/S 94, Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes, writers of Horror Noir, and Adam MacDonald, director of Slasher: Flesh & Blood. The panel was moderated by Damian Holbrook.

Panelists compared their influences in the horror genre and some of their favorites as well as why horror works so well in anthology format. Nicotero also gave his view on the reinvigorated genre of zombies.

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Exclusive: Star Jason Tobias Talks FEAR, Out Now on DVD and Digital

Jason TobiasThe apocalyptic thriller, FEAR, directed by Jason Tobias and Geoff Reisner, follows a young family trying to survive when a group of thieves steals the last of their supplies. With time running out and the infected around the corner, Ethan, played by Jason Tobias, and Josephine (Marci Miller) must do whatever it takes to protect their children and get the vaccines they need.

Star Tobias, who also co-wrote the film with Reisner, recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about coming up with the idea, what it’s like writing, directing, and starring in the same project, what it took to complete the movie, and more.

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Exclusive: Eric Petersen and Mary Hollis Inboden Talk Kevin Can F**k Himself, Now on AMC+

Kevin Can F**k HimselfThe new series, Kevin Can F**k Himself, which premieres its first two episodes Sunday, June 20th on AMC, was released a week early on its streaming network, AMC+. The series follows Allison (Annie Murphy), who at first appears to be the typical sitcom wife, married to Kevin, played by Eric Petersen. We soon discover, however, that her life is anything but the happy sitcom that it first appears, when the show moves from the bright multi-camera comedy to her more realistic single-camera existence where Allison realizes how destructive her husband is. The series also stars Mary Hollis Inboden as Patty, Allison’s neighbor, and Alex Bonifer as Neil, Patty’s brother and Kevin’s best friend.

Petersen and Inboden recently took part in a press junket to promote the series. The two talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the series and what fans can expect.

Be sure to also check out the Kevin Can F**k Himself panel at the ATX Television Festival on June 20th and stay tuned for our exclusive with creator and executive producer, Valerie Armstrong, and showrunner and executive producer, Craig DiGregorio.

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Exclusive: Christine Evangelista on the Season Finale of Fear the Walking Dead

Christine EvangelistaOn last weeks' episode of Fear the Walking Dead, everyone’s fears became realized when Teddy (John Glover) and Riley (Nick Stahl) set off the nuclear bomb from the submarine. In tonight's season finale, each group of survivors rushes to hide and protect themselves, but the devastation left from the bomb has yet to be seen.

In the episode, Sherry, played by Christine Evangelista, and Dwight (Austin Amelio) end up at someone’s home, and after helping them get rid of some bad men who have taken their storm cellar by force, join them below to wait out the bomb.

Evangelista talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision earlier in the week in an exclusive post-mortem interview where she talked about working on both Fear and the original series, how Sherry’s motivations have changed, the possibility of settling down with Dwight, and more.

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Star Julie Benz & Executive Producer Barbara Lieberman Talk Secrets of a Gold Digger Killer

Secrets of a Gold Digger KillerTonight Lifetime premieres the next film in its “Summer of Secrets” lineup, Secrets of a Gold Digger Killer. Based on a true story and the book The Fortune Hunter by Suzy Spencer, the movie follows Celeste (Julie Benz), a mother and waitress who serves drinks to a 70-year-old widow, Steven Beard (Eli Gabay), a multimillionaire retired broadcasting executive, who she later marries. However, after entering a mental health facility, Celeste seduces another patient, Tracey Tarlton, (Justine Warrington) and convinces her that they need to murder her husband so that they can be together.

Benz, along with executive producer, Barbara Lieberman, recently took part in a press conference to promote the film.

Benz talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about her character’s accent. “You know, I'm good at it, so it wasn't that challenging for me.  For me, it was really kind of getting Celeste when she talks.  She has kind of a really flat tone, and it was really trying to get some of that flat tone; like she flattens A’s a lot. Also, I can lean too heavily into the accent, so they were constantly pulling me away, like backing me off from it, but getting that flat tone but still being able to show emotion through it [was challenging].  But when you watch Celeste in interviews, she just has this very flat kind of way that she talks. So, it was being able to do that, but also still show [everything], having the emotional range and having that go through your voice.”

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Ultra City Smiths ATX Panel - Steve Conrad, David Brooks, Jimmi Simpson, Hana Mae Lee, Luis Guzmán, & Chris Conrad

On the second day of the ATX TV Festival, AMC+ presented a first look panel for its upcoming adult stop-motion animated series, Ultra City Smiths. The panel was moderated by Emily Aslanian from TV Guide magazine. The panelists included creator Steve Conrad, co-director David Brooks, and stars Jimmi Simpson, Hana Mae Lee, Luis Guzmán, and Chris Conrad.

The creator talked about wanting to work in animation but wanting to create something unique that didn’t look like anything else. He saw his friend Jeff Deidre’s art of taking baby dolls from yard sales and making them into adults, and he liked how it that aspect showed the infantile and childish side that exists in adults.

The series looks a lot like 1970s/early 1980s New York City. Crime is rampant and the police are corrupt; it’s a dangerous and hard town.

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ATX Day Two Schedule

The programming schedule for day two of the ATX Festival has been released, so be sure to check it out. Panels today include those for series Hacks, Housebroken, David Makes Man, and Ultra City Smiths, as well as conversations, including one hosted by Ziwe. Be sure to also check out the VOD programming available to attendees, which includes shows to watch before the panels, interviews, and more. A lot of the series episodes are available via VOD to watch before the panels for you to binge watch! Day two releases include We Are Lady Parts, an interview with Lauren Oliver & Olivia Welch for Panic, Flashbacks from Friday Night Lights, and Home Before Dark. While we will only be covering certain panels here at SciFi Vision, we will be bringing you a few roundups and hopefully some interviews, such as for Kevin Can F*** Himself. Be sure to check out the full schedule for today's ATX programming below.

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ATX Television Festival - Day One

This year the annual ATX Television Festival is being held virtually so SciFi Vision is able to attend part of the event. The festival this year is spread across ten days, with evening programming during the week and day-long programming on the weekend. Unlike last year’s free three-day festival with panels available on YouTube, this year’s content is only available to paid attendees and press.

Today marked the first day of the festival and there were a few events to start it off.

First up was The Daily, which will air everyway, where festival co-founders Caitlin McFarland and Emily Gibson previewed how the festival would be running this year. They were also joined by directors of the festival, Jennifer Morgan and Laura Kincaid. Most of the panels and such is pre-taped, but there will also be live things to come, including surprise “pop-up” events.

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Stars Jennie Garth & Anwen O’Driscoll & Director Gloria Ui Young Kim talk Left for Dead: The Ashley Reeves Story

Left for Dead: The Ashley Reeves StoryTomorrow, Lifetime premieres the third film in its “Summer of Secrets” lineup, Left for Dead: The Ashley Reeves Story. The film is based on real events and tells the story of 17-year-old Ashley Reeves (Anwen O’Driscoll), who was left for dead in the woods, where she lay for thirty hours after a brutal attack. Reeves was left with no memory of the event and had to learn how to walk and talk again. The film also stars Jennie Garth as Ashley’s mother, Michelle.

Recently, stars, Garth and O’Driscoll, and director, Gloria Ui Young Kim, took part in a press conference with journalists to promote the film.

O’Driscoll talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about working on her and Garth’s relationship in the film and trying to meet outside of filming. “I mean, it was hard to do a lot, because there were COVID restrictions, of course, but we did have a get together, Gloria, Jennie, and I, one time beforehand, where we talked through everything and talked through our characters and the journey of the edge and had dinner one time. But it wasn't too much, because of COVID going on. We did a lot of it on set, which was great.”

The director added that they all also bonded over Garth’s dog, who she brought to set.

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Exclusive: Kelly Overton on Her Return to the Final Season of Van Helsing

Kelly OvertonIn the fifth and final season of Syfy’s Van Helsing, Vanessa, played by Kelly Overton, Jack (Nicole Muñoz), and Violet (Keeya King) work to bring an end to the Dark One (Tricia Helfer) once and for all. Tonight’s all-new episode, “The Doorway,” marks the return of Vanessa. In the episode, Vanessa pulls Axel (Jonathan Scarfe) into the Dark Realm in the hopes of helping her escape.

Overton recently spoke to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her return to the series, how much the series has changed over the seasons, how she feels about the ending, and more.

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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.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
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.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
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.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!

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