Steven Jay Rubin is the founder and president of Fast Carrier Pictures, Inc., a Los Angeles-based motion picture and television production company. He made his producing debut for Showtime in 2001 on the baseball comedy classic Bleacher Bums, starring Peter Riegert, Brad Garrett, Wayne Knight and Charles Durning. In 2002, for the Hallmark Channel, he produced the true World War II drama, Silent Night, starring Linda Hamilton, which was nominated for four Canadian television academy awards.
Recognized around the world as an expert on the James Bond movies, Rubin previously wrote The James Bond Films: A Behind the Scenes History, and The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia. His latest books include The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia, and the upcoming children’s picture book, The Cat Who Lived With Anne Frank, which he co-authored with David Lee Miller. Rubin also frequently writes for CinemaRetro magazine.
Documentary director Randall Nickerson discussed the Zimbabwe students who reported an alien craft landing at their school in 1994. Followed by paranormal investigator Tim Wood on the hauntings at Montana's Gunslinger Gulch.