March. 10/18 Sci-Fi And The Paranormal With Manu Intiraymi And Elliot Serrano

Manu Intiraymi is an American television and film actor and producer. As an actor, he is most known for his work on Star Trek: Voyager (as Icheb) and as Billy on One Tree Hill.

His recent producing ventures are the indie films “Benjamin Troubles”, “5th Passenger” and he is currently working on “The Circuit.”

THE CIRCUIT: A Sci-fi Anthology Series s like “Black Mirror” or “The Twilight Zone” except each seemingly unrelated stand-alone episode See More is a piece of a deeper storyline.

The staff is aiming to do several episodes that switch sub-genres of Sci-Fi and take a look deeper into who we are as a culture, a society, and what it is to be human through the lens of intelligent and inspiring Science Fiction tales.

Each episode takes place in the enormous city of ‘Urbiessa’, a cross between “Metropolis” and “Gotham” and will concentrate on a specific sub-genre such as Sci-Fi Action, Sci-Fi Mystery, etc…

These stories are in the capable hands of 10 amazing directors, a group of talented star actors, a professional crew, and of course the incredible FANS that will collaborate and work side by side with us to energize each story.

Elliott Serrano is a comic-book author, freelance writer and geek gun for hire. His “geek features” column “Geek To Me” debuted in the Chicago RedEye, a sib of the Chicago Tribune. He has also written for

He grew up reading “Spider-Man” and “Iron Fist” comic books; idolizing Elliot S! Maggin (which led to his love of Superman); watching Saturday morning cartoons; and obsessing over “Star Wars”. His fantasy bucket list includes driving the Mach Five, flying the Millennium Falcon and going for a trip in the TARDIS.

He cites local Chicago media legends Roger Ebert, Bill Jackson, Ray Rayner and Rich Koz as inspirations to pursue a career in media.

He made his comic-book writing debut when he co-wrote the “Xena versus Army of Darkness” sequel “What…Again?” with fellow comic-writer dork Brandon Jerwa. His credits include “Army of Darkness”, “The Adventures of Grumpy Cat” and “Homies: The Comic Book.”

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