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Reality Check: Man vs. the Eyeborgs

October 1, 2009

Reality Check:
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Man vs. the Eyeborgs

From Eyeborgs, left to right, actor Luke Eberl, producer John Rushton, actors Megan Blake and Adrian Paul and director Richard Clabaugh, interviewed by Alex Fitch

From Eyeborgs, left to right, actor Luke Eberl, producer John Rushton, actors Megan Blake and Adrian Paul and director Richard Clabaugh, interviewed by Alex Fitch

Continuing our podcasts of talks and Q & As recorded live at this year’s Spring Sci-Fi London festival, Alex Fitch talks to the cast and crew of the new Science Fiction thriller Eyeborgs which sees surveillance cameras combined with miniature robots to create deadly machines that give Critters and Gremlins a run for their money! Featuring director Richard Clabaugh, producer John Rushton and stars Adrian (Highlander) Paul, Megan Blake and Luke Eberl…

For more info, please visit the home of this podcast at Sci-Fi London

Links: More info about Eyeborgs can be found at the official website www.eyeborgs.com
Wikipedia pages on Adrian Paul and Megan Blake

In association with: Sci-Fi London logo

Info about the Sci-Fi London Oktoberfest can be found here, including events at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, such as SCI-FI-UNIVERSE, a planetarium show from an SF perspective, talks with Doctor Who writers Simon Guerrier and Paul Cornell, a special screening of Star Trek (2009) and at the Apollo Piccadilly cinema, SF themed stand-up comedy with Sara Pascoe (Free Agents / In the thick of it), Mould and Arrowsmith, James Acaster, Mark Restuccia, Lou Sanders and Rob Deb. Also, (not) live at the Apollo, our legendary all-night screenings including an Aliens / Predator marathon, the customary MST3K quintupal bill and five new Anime films in a row including the UK premieres of Evangelion 1.0 – You are (not) alone and Mamoru Oshii’s The Sky Crawlers.

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    […] (Radio drams @ Bristol Comics Expo) ‘Dragon Hunters’ (CGI cartoon @ Sci-Fi London) ‘Eyeborgs’ (SF Thriller @ Sci-Fi London) Goblin (Scoring genre movies @ The Supersonic festival) […]

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    […] (Radio drams @ Bristol Comics Expo) ‘Dragon Hunters’ (CGI cartoon @ Sci-Fi London) ‘Eyeborgs’ (SF Thriller @ Sci-Fi London) Goblin (Scoring genre movies @ The Supersonic festival) […]

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