Episode 280

posted on Jun 7, 2016 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 280

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Michael Cimino, Theresa Saldana, Anton Yelchin),
  • James Marsters talks the Dush,
  • Brian O’Halloran talks Hockey and Clerks,
  • Caseen Gaines talks Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday and celebrity death of Prince,
  • Lanza recaps the Wizard World Philadelphia convention featuring Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson,
  • meeting Tate Donovan, Freddie Prinze, Jr., and Mark Ruffalo who blanked us,
  • and AMC’s Comic Book Men (Ming, Walt, Bryan).

Un-discovered Realm Comic Con – May 1, 2016

Wizard World Philly – June 4, 2016
Michael J. Fox

Lea Thompson


Tate Donovan

Freddie Prinze, Jr., just wouldn’t budge on signing my poster!

A perturbed Mark Ruffalo, who wouldn’t take photos with us.

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest NJ – July 3, 2016
The Comic Book Men

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Episode 271

posted on Sep 30, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 271

Our recap of Retro Con 2015 in Oaks, PA, featuring celebrity voice acting legends!

In this episode:

  • meeting Larry Kenney again,
  • Caseen Gaines was there promoting his excellent book We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy,
  • Doug Stone who played Matt Trakker on M.A.S.K. and Psycho Mantis in Metal Gear Solid joins us to discuss how voice acting is done, the looping process, and impersonating Joe Pesci,
  • Michael McConnohie who played Tracks and Cosmos on The Transformers and voice directed the Star Trek: Judgment Rites CD-ROM video game gives a great interview and coins the name “Murder Prime”,
  • Michael Bell, voice talent icon, who played Duke on G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Lance on Voltron, and Prowl and Swoop on The Transformers, talks about the voice acting process covered in his online class belltritel-vo.com and shares his memories with us,
  • John Moschitta, Jr., the incredible fast talker who played Blurr on The Transformers, jokes about residuals, That’s Incredible, and being paid to shave his mustache,
  • Jim Martin from The Great Space Coaster,
  • Real Life Peter Griffin,
  • and picking up the book “Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America” by Jeff Ryan.

Photos from Retrocon in Oaks, PA, September 12, 2015

Voice Actor Doug Stone

Voice Actor Michael McConnohie

Voice Actor John Moschitta, Jr.

Voice Actor Michael Bell

The “real life” Peter Griffin

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Episode 267

posted on Jul 11, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 267

In this episode:

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger pranks his fans (Video),
  • Zachary Levi,
  • Alicia Silverstone,
  • environmentally safe Lego pieces,
  • Shatner finally retweets Greg and starts a flame war,
  • another Dush sighting at premiere for her film Jane Wants a Boyfriend (2015),
  • Kevin Smith’s Tusk (2014) starring Justin Long,
  • meeting Huey Lewis and the News at their NJ concert with Caseen Gaines,
  • Paul McCartney’s Out There Philly show,
  • Too Many Games convention in Pennsylvania (Digital Press Podcast Video),
  • Hori N64 mini controller from Japan,
  • A Videogame Con coming to New Jersey in September,
  • celebrity deaths (Dick Van Patten, Patrick McNee, and Roger Rees),
  • and the recently discovered Nintendo PlayStation prototype system.

Eliza Dushku once again, in New York, June 19, 2015

Zach Levi in New York, June 24, 2015

Huey Lewis and the News Concert, Newark, NJ, June 17, 2015

Paul McCartney Concert, Philadelphia, PA, June 21, 2015

Too Many Games convention, Oaks, PA, June 28, 2015

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Episode 264

posted on May 8, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 264

Special Guest is once again author Caseen Gaines, writer of We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy, available June 23, 2015!

In this episode:

  • the Back to the Future theme song created with SNES Mario Paint (video),
  • BTTF 30th anniversary reunions at London Film and Comic Con and We’re Going Back in Los Angeles,
  • screenwriter Bob Gale,
  • Crispin Glover’s empty house,
  • Marty McFly originally played by Eric Stoltz,
  • Soul Man swap of C. Thomas Howell and Melora Hardin,
  • director Robert Zemeckis,
  • hoverboard stunt crash,
  • NES video game version of “Power of Love” (video),
  • Elizabeth Shue’s weird look,
  • Jeffrey Weissman,
  • product placement,
  • infamous 2015 predictions,
  • the DeLorean DMC,
  • to be continued?,
  • BTTF personal nostalgia and memories,
  • and what’s happening next for Caseen.

Paunch guys with Caseen Gaines

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Greg in front of the Universal Studios Florida Back to the Future III train

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Stuart Little (Michael J. Fox) makes an appearance

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Back to the Future Animated Series McDonald’s figures

BTTF McDonald's Toys

Caseen checking out the Happy Meal toys

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Episode 247

posted on Jul 30, 2014 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 247

In this episode:

  • The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story (2014) to air on Lifetime Network,
  • Dennis Haskins,
  • Blu-ray releases coming for Pee-Wee’s Playhouse and 1960’s Batman series, per Caseen Gaines,
  • Rob-view for To Have and To Hold (2006), starring Justine Bateman,
  • Review of Only the Lonely (1991), starring John Candy and Ally Sheedy,
  • our critique of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013), starring Steve Carell and Jim Carrey,
  • another stinker Dealin’ with Idiots (2014), starring Jeff Garlin,
  • the cringeworthy The Brady Bunch in the White House (2002), starring Gary Cole and Shelley Long,
  • the woefully outdated Reality Bites (1994), starring Ben Stiller, Ethan Hawke, and Winona Ryder,
  • celebrity deaths (Tommy Ramone, Johnny Winter),
  • Tom Wilson’s “Sci-Fi Convention Song” (video),
  • Chuck Norris action jeans,
  • Dukes of Hazzard Auto Trader commercial (video) (behind the scenes),
  • The Counter, a bar/restaurant serving customized burgers,
  • bootleg DVD’s on the street,
  • Michael Bay just can’t help himself,
  • upcoming film Jem and the Holograms (2015),
  • a They Live reunion at Monster Mania Convention?,
  • and new car talk.

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