Episode 291

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 291

Talkin’ new movies (SPOILERS!) with Grillin’ Alex C.

In this episode:

  • Retron 77 Atari 2600 system by Hyperkin,
  • redesigned HDMI Atari 2600 and Sega Genesis consoles from AtGames,
  • Retroblox aka Polymega emulation console,
  • celebrity deaths (Roger Moore, Glenne Headly, Adam West),
  • Logan (2017) starring Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart,
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) starring Chris Pratt and Kurt Russell,
  • Alien: Covenant (2017) directed by Ridley Scott,
  • and the Blade Runner 2049 trailers.

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Episode 223

posted on Aug 24, 2013 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 223

In this episode:

  • the death of the Big Man, the Kid from Brooklyn, Mike Caracciolo,
  • Big Man interviewed by the IBEW (video),
  • the 1982 book Video Invaders! by Stephen Bloom,
  • looking at old high school yearbook scans at the Belleville Public Library in NJ,
  • descreening when using a scanner,
  • Harrison Ford to appear in The Expendables 3 (2014),
  • Bruce Willis fired by Sylvester Stallone,
  • short review of 42 (2013), starring Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman,
  • review of Taken 2 (2012), starring Liam Neeson,
  • a Rob-view of It’s a Disaster (2012), starring David Cross and Erinn Hayes,
  • another Rob-view of Nature Calls (2012), starring Patton Oswalt and Johnny Knoxville,
  • review of View From the Top (2003), starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Christina Applegate,
  • Bankrupt by Beanies (2013) documentary,
  • and Princess Rescue– a new homebrew Super Mario Bros. clone for the Atari 2600.

Rob’s infamous appearance in the 1993-94 High School Yearbook!
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Episode 222

posted on Aug 7, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 222

In this episode:

  • The laundry list of movie sequels and remakes coming in 2015,
  • ridiculous 2005 Jurassic Park IV concept featuring human-dinosaur hybrids,
  • Greg wishing Julianne Moore had been eaten by dinosaurs,
  • Douglas Engelbart, inventor of the computer mouse,
  • She’s All That (1999) was actually written by M. Night Shyamalan,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Rachael Leigh Cook),
  • our review of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained (2013), starring Jamie Foxx,
  • new digital comics of popular 1980s/90s TV shows (Saved by the Bell, Airwolf, Knight Rider, Punky Brewster, Miami Vice),
  • Lion Forge Comics,
  • Ascension Millennium, a terrible new song/music video from Corey Feldman,
  • Leah Remini vs. Kirstie Alley over Scientology,
  • upcoming Rocky spin-off Creed (2015), co-starring Sylvester Stallone,
  • Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares,
  • the crazy Amy’s Baking Company episode,
  • difference between bollocks and bullocks,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Paris Hilton),
  • Shia LaBeouf staring at a motorcyclist at a red light (video),
  • Rob’s gross foot injury,
  • Celebrity Wife Swap with Ric Flair and Rowdy Roddy Piper,
  • Jamestown settlers ate teenager’s brains in the 1600s,
  • celebrity death (wrestling’s Paul Bearer),
  • “Please Don’t Break My Atari” music video by Lo-Fi legend Weird Paul Petroskey,
  • Rob crying when his Atari 2600 got thrown out,
  • Rob dressing up as Pete Rose in 6th grade for a book report,
  • and Greg’s 6th grade home made Read Along Classic of “War of the Worlds” featuring the “Rooster Delight” commercial.

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Episode 152

posted on Jun 17, 2010 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 152

In this episode:

  • Nicolas Cage’s nine foot tall grave site,
  • the Atari 2600 Harmony Cartridge,
  • the Atari Puffer video exercise bike in 1982,
  • the Atari Mindlink,
  • You Don’t Know Jack (2010) starring Al Pacino,
  • Jack Kevorkian,
  • the 2001 game show You Don’t Know Jack,
  • the upcoming live-action movie The Smurfs (2011) starring Jeff Foxworthy,
  • the infuriating Kars4Kids commercial,
  • and the Star Wars movies being released in HD on Blu-ray.

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Episode 151

posted on May 12, 2010 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 151

In this episode:

  • Esteban’s new podcast Roboplastic Podcastalypse,
  • Shogun Warriors and Godzilla,
  • Rob’s TV and cable box breaking,
  • stupid Comcast customer service,
  • HDMI cable prices,
  • premium movie channels,
  • poorly dubbed voices in movies,
  • Verizon FiOS TV Media Manager and Widgets,
  • HP’s terrible 2.4 GHz wireless keyboard and mouse,
  • crazy computer keyboard prices,
  • the video game short film PIXELS by Patrick Jean,
  • Air Raid for the Atari 2600 selling for $31,600 on eBay (article),
  • the upcoming live action movie The Smurfs (2011),
  • various movie sequels, prequels, and remakes (Iron Man 2, Alien, Predator, Scream 4, Captain America, etc.),
  • the Syfy channel showing professional wrestling,
  • and the psychotic behavior of collectors.

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