Sci-Fi Journal for October 2013 with hosts James HInsey, Jay Kingston, Marc Morisseau, Adam Tuchman, and Calvin Watts III. In Popcorn Previews Jay presents trailers for "Ender's Game", "Free Birds", and "ROBOCOP". The SFJ Crew went to Halloween Night at the PawSox game at McCoy Stadium in August. We interviewed Erin from the Providence Ghost Tour, Joe Chin of T.A.P.S., and Steve Perry of RI Comic Con. In Game Over, Calvin talks about exclusive retail video releases and how it affects shopping choices, and about Pinball Arcade for consoles and mobile devices.
"The Story of Stuff" (21 minutes) With over 12 million on-line views, "The Story of Stuff" -- an animated documentary about the lifecycle of material goods -- is one of the most widely viewed environmental-themed short films of all time. Since its release in December 2007, The Story of Stuff has been shown in thousands of schools, houses of worship, community events and businesses around the world.
Sci-Fi Journal for September 2013 with hosts James Hinsey, Jay Kingston, Marc Morisseau, Everett Soares and Calvin Watts III. Jay reports from McCoy Stadium for Popcorn Previews with trailers for "The Hunger Ganes: Catching Fire", "Walking With Dinosaurs", "The LEGO Movie", "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug", and "Seventh Son". Calvin reports on video gaming news in Game Over, and talks about some local Pinball arcades. Everett Soares shows the great, the good and 'why did I spend money on that' with comic book reviews in Cover to Cover.
"Over Troubled Waters" (45 minutes) The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the largest estuary on the west coast of the Americas, is a national treasure being squandered by greed. In this visually rich documentary, Ed Begley, Jr. narrates the story of the battle being fought by the people of the Delta to protect the region they love and encourage saner water policies for all of the people of California.
Highlights from the World Premiere screening of the No Film Film Festival 2: 80's Remake at the Bellows Falls Opera House on June 29, 2013. Highlights include interviews and audience question and answer sessions with the film makers compeeting in this year's contest.
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