Slice of SciFi #269: Conversation with Corey Landis (“Dinocroc vs Supergator”)

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dinocroc vs supergatorIn the News:

  • Frank Miller has some details about the “300″ prequel.
  • Patrick Stewart was recently knighted.
  • A “Clone Wars” video game is coming.

Special Segment: Nigel Blackwood has more to report in the Multiverse News

Movie Talk: This week, we talk about the 35th anniversary of “Jaws.”

Slice of Trivia: Kurt is back with trivia.  Can you figure them out before the studio crew does?  And don’t forget Kurt needs your clips for future trivia segments. Send them: sliceoftrivia@gmail.com

TV Talk: Stephen Moyer talks about “True Blood” season three.

Interview::This week, we talk to Corey Landis, part of the team bringing us “Dinocroc vs Supergator” on SyFy.

In the Future:

  • Cartoon Network is bringing us a new version of “Thundercats”
  • Warner Bros. has picked up movie rights to “3 Story: The Secret History of the Giant Man.”

Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. (Our Voicemail Number: 206-339-TREK). Keep your comments brief, or funny, and maybe you’ll hear your message on the voicemail show!


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Comments

  1. Chris For Poland says:

    For some reason the MP3 is not there for me, despite the fact that the website reports over 550 downloads as of now. Oh well, I’ll try later.

  2. Chris From Poland says:

    Nope, it still 404s. But perhaps I’ll try tomorrow or something, there’s no rush, the Babylon Podcast and Future Traditions await :-).

  3. I’m one of the people who hasn’t watched LOST. I wanted to watch it before, and now that I know about the ending, I’m actually a little more excited to watch the series when the big box set arrives on my doorstep.

    I’m a big fan of mythology, and for me, shows like this are a modern mythological tale. I’m excited to see how things unfold over the series.

  4. Michael, I think you’ll enjoy it if you take it from that perspective. That’s really been a big reason why I’ve loved it. And yeah, I’ll eventually watch it all again!

  5. ejdalise says:

    I tried very hard to keep from hearing the ending, especially once I heard there was a “controversy”.

    The first thing I did when I heard it was remove the series from my Netflix. Not knocking those who like it, but knowing that ending would spoil watching it for me.

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