Episode 275

posted on Dec 31, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 275

In this episode:

  • our review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) starring Daisy Ridley and John Boyega,
  • the return of Genesis with Phil Collins?,
  • celebrity death (Scott Weiland),
  • George Lucas is to Star Wars as Mel Brooks is to The Producers,
  • talking with Taylor Grey from Star Wars Rebels,
  • chatting with Mark Dodson from Gremlins,
  • Walter Matthau,
  • Greg meeting Quentin Tarantino and Al Pacino,
  • the “Humans of Sesame Street” event,
  • Angelika Film Center’s Shia LaBeouf movie marathon in NYC,
  • a Rob-view of Results (2015) starring Cobie Smulders,
  • the upcoming Coleco Chameleon home video game console,
  • and our lame idiot of the year Donald Trump (yet again).

The Humans of Sesame Street in Astoria, NY, December 13, 2015

Voice Actor Taylor Grey of Star Wars Rebels in Queens, NY, December 6, 2015

Voice Actor Mark Dodson from Gremlins in Queens, NY, December 6, 2015

Al Pacino in New York, NY, December 3, 2015

Quentin Tarantino in New York, NY, November 20, 2015

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Episode 242

posted on May 18, 2014 | Comments (7)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 242

It’s our April Chiller Theatre Expo 2014 retrospective.

Shout Out to MarkedOut.com members Mark “16times”, Jeremiah “Joresky”, Dana “WOODMO”, Joe “lanza218”, and “Asian Dave.”

If you’re keen on autograph and photo op hunting, check out Marked Out!

In this episode we spoke to or about the following celebrities:

  • Katey Sagal no-show’s again,
  • thousands of people waiting for Norman Reedus,
  • Shirley Jones,
  • Dean Cain,
  • Howard Hesseman,
  • Lonnie Anderson,
  • Jaime Kennedy,
  • Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson,
  • Nicole Eggert,
  • Dominic Chianese and David Proval,
  • Sesame Street’s Bob McGrath,
  • former American Gladiator “Zap” Raye Hollitt,
  • Sarah Underwood,
  • Gedde Watanabe,
  • D.B. Sweeney,
  • David Faustino,
  • Megan Ward,
  • Kari Wuhrer,
  • Eddie and the Cruisers panel (video),
  • Michael ParĂ©,
  • Walter Koenig,
  • Sean Patrick Flanery,
  • and Priscilla Presley.

Pictures from the Chiller Theatre Expo April 26, 2014 in Parsippany, NJ:
Chiller Theatre Expo, Sheraton Hotel, Parsippany, NJ, 4/26/14
YOU SO STUPID!!!!!
GRANDMASTER B
MADHOUSE

Chiller Theatre Add’l Photos & Autographs, 4/26/14
Megan Ward

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Episode 205

posted on Oct 28, 2012 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 205

We interview NYC-based photographer of abandoned classic movie theaters, Matt Lambros! Follow Matt’s work on his blog After The Final Curtain!

In this episode:

  • Howard Phillips the Game Master,
  • Howard’s Know-It-All Kickstarter,
  • David Crane’s $900,000 jungle game Kickstarter,
  • David Blane’s electrocution stunt,
  • introducing photographer Matt Lambros,
  • how did he start photographing abandoned theaters?,
  • his camera setup,
  • Loews Wonder Theaters,
  • what some theaters have been converted to today,
  • photography insurance for treacherous buildings,
  • causes for the demise of the classic theaters,
  • Village East Cinema in Manhattan,
  • atmospheric theaters,
  • movie studios digitizing and discarding their original film,
  • Matt’s future book plans,
  • exploration and shooting techniques,
  • the Uptown Theater in Chicago,
  • Matt’s lecture tours for the Atlas Obscura Society,
  • sewer spelunkers Under-City.org,
  • the Old Jingle of the Episode (“Don’t Forget to Watch the Movie” by Sesame Street Muppets) video,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Frankie Muniz),
  • celebrities racing cars again,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Yasmine Bleeth),
  • Rob’s idea of forcing reality competition show judges to compete alongside the contestants,
  • people being paid to camp out in line for the iPhone 5,
  • one of Acclaim’s old marketing stunts (naming a baby “Turok” after the Turok the Dinosaur Hunter video game),
  • nobody ever told Rob that medical thermometers don’t have red mercury,
  • Led Zeppelin finally releasing 2007 concert movie Celebration Day,
  • our get-well wish to Stan Lee,
  • today’s pop songs droning on far too long,
  • why the Giants and Jets are New York teams if they play in New Jersey?,
  • building new billion dollar stadiums,
  • and the 2012 replacement NFL referee fiasco.

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Episode 136

posted on Jul 19, 2009 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 136

In this episode:

  • special guest Joe in KY,
  • the digitally remastered episodes of Star Trek,
  • the Star Wars movies,
  • After Hours (1985) starring Griffin Dunne,
  • video games vs. action figures,
  • board games (Mouse Trap, Electronic Battleship, etc.),
  • old video game consoles (Atari 2600, Intellivision, ColecoVision, Nintendo Entertainment System, etc.),
  • the horrendous state of arcades,
  • Zork and text adventure video games,
  • children’s TV shows in the 1970s vs. today (Sesame Street, The Electric Company, Battle of the Planets, Pokemon, etc.)
  • Empire Records (1995) starring Liv Tyler,
  • Rob being bored by The Dark Knight (2008),
  • Bruno (2009) starring Sacha Baron Cohen,
  • celebrity birthdays (Bill Cosby and Ringo Starr),
  • a celebrity death (Billy Mays),
  • Steve Martin’s filmography,
  • our movie review of Henry Poole Is Here (2008) starring Luke Wilson,
  • and Short Time (1990) starring Dabney Coleman.

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