Slice of SciFi #301: Conversation with Glenn Hetrick from “FaceOff”

glenn_hetrick2In the News:

  • Oscar winning editor Walter Murch explains why 3-D will never work.
  • Get ready for a “Trek” line of Mr. Potato-Heads
  • Find out upcoming developments for the Whedon-verse in the pages of Dark Horse comics.

Special Segment: Nigel Blackwood with Multiverse News.

Movie Talk:

  • We have all the latest talk on “Snow White and the Huntsman” one of several Hollywood projects based on the classic fairytale. 
  • Rupert Grint says the cast of Harry Potter isn’t expecting any Oscar nods any time soon.

Special Segment: It’s Skiznot’s “Shows I’d Rather Watch Than ‘Knight Rider.'”

TV Talk: Carleton Cuse talks about life after “Lost.”

Interview: This week we talk to Glenn Hetrick, one of the judges on SyFy’s new reality series “FaceOff.”

In the Future:

  • The CW is developing a series with zombies.
  • Find out more of where season three of “Fringe” is headed.

Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. Keep your comments brief, or funny, and maybe you’ll hear your message on the voicemail show! See you next week with fresh new content!

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