Crazy Joe’s A Punch in the Junk: Joe gives up a Punch in the Junk to the producers of the comicbook-to-film adaptation of “Jonah Hex” due out in 2010 and rumored to star Josh Brolin in the lead role.
Slice of Trivia: This week Kurt of St. George goes old school with 3 clips that will stump your geriatric mind. Email your clips to Kurt at sliceoftrivia at gmail.com. Your entries could get picked and played on the show.
TV Talk: We bring you 5 TV briefs covering everything from the renewal of “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” for a full season order to CBS doing the same for its newest hit “The Mentalist.” We look at the downtrodden life of Sumner Redstone, a “Watchmen” TV preview and much more.
Interview: Jeffrey Combs, the actor who has starred in such films as the classic horror film “The Re-animator,” was pivotal in several Star Trek shows playing characters like Commander Shran on “Enterprise,” Weyoun for “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and Penk in “Star Trek: Voyager” is our very special guest this week. Jeffrey’s most prominent role for many fans of sci-fi was that of Professor Kevin Burkhoff on “The 4400.” The stage-trained actor shares his take on the whole fan popularity of the Re-animator film and its spin-offs and gives a brief inside look of how these kinds of movies, including the classic “Frankenstein,” have become such a visceral part of horror movie history. Jeffrey is in Phoenix this weekend to be inducted into the International Horror/Sci-fi Film Festival Hall of Fame.
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