Check it out SciFi Geeks!! A new convention is coming to the Oakland Marriott City Centre. It’s the EVOLUTION EXPO – happening June 27-29 and by the looks of it – looks pretty damn awesome. Cool things to do and some pretty cool TV/Movie talent that’s attending.
But wait…there’s more. Below you can hear an interview that happened between VRO host @TheGeekDiva and EVOULTION EXPO CEO Julie Caitlin Brown.
3 full days of interactive exhibits, games, competition, panels and YES, you can get a photo op with an astronaut or your favorite star. EVOLUTION EXPO’S goal is to entertain, educate, uplift and inspire you.
All while you can feel good about supporting our kids in the arts and sciences.
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Join Variety Radio Online hosts Amy and Mike ‘the movie guy’ as they discuss their favorite scenes and highlights of FOX’s The Following “For Joe” episode 2 (aired 1/27).
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Psychic/Medium Sandra Logan of SandraLogan.org and Mike ‘the movie guy’ Pierce talk New Year’s predictions, a positive 2014, take listener emails, pick iWatchMike.com ’Reading’ winners and discuss Mercury Retrograde.
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HEY movie fans!!! I, FRANKENSTEIN hit theaters yesterday. Have you checked it out yet? I haven’t – yesterday the weather sucked so…yeah. I’m watching it on Monday. I wanted to share this interview with ya’ll – it’s pretty sweet.
200 years after his creation…the immortal one Frankenstein has returned to fight for mankind’s salvation in Lionsgate Entertainment’s I, FRANKENSTEIN, which opens today, January 24th. In support of this exciting release, LA-based and veteran muralist James “Vyal” Reyes has created a visually-stunning FRANKENMURAL, which was conceived and created based on elements from the film and on his own interpretation of the film’s central themes, “good,” “evil,” and “immortality,” themes which are also integral elements in Hispanic culture.
The mural was created in three sections (pictured and labeled below), each featuring it’s own theme and to enhance Hispanic appeal, each was painted in some of the most popular Hispanic neighborhoods in and around Los Angeles.
I, FRANKENSTEIN – NOW PLAYING IN THEATERS