Episode 279

posted on May 10, 2016 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 279

Joined by co-host Lanza once again!

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Doris Roberts),
  • Chicago trip (Home Alone and Family Matters houses),
  • meeting John Cusack,
  • lousy bus ride to Cincinnati for another convention,
  • Macauley Culkin (link) and Daniel Stern (link) make “in character” Home Alone videos,
  • Paul Rudd convention mishap,
  • meeting Louie Anderson, Danny Devito, and Steve Martin!,
  • Nic Cage fights Vince Neill,
  • Chiller Theatre Spring 2016 review,
  • Meatloaf,
  • Ted McGinley,
  • Dennis Haskins,
  • Nana Visitor,
  • Russell Crowe Story,
  • Rob Schneider,
  • Judge Reinhold clammy,
  • Eric Bana in Chopper (2000) and Love the Beast (2009),
  • and Billy Connolly live in concert at Beacon Theatre.

Chicago, IL Trip C2E2 March 18-19, 2016

HorrorHound Cincinnati – March 20, 2016

Meeting the stars of FX in NYC – March 30, 2016

Meeting the legendary Steve Martin in NYC – April 12, 2016

Chiller Theatre Expo, Parsippany, NJ – April 22, 2016

Russell Crowe in NYC – April 8, 2016

Eric Bana in NYC – April 26, 2016

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Episode 234

posted on Jan 10, 2014 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 234

Special Guest Tami Erin joins us for a long-awaited interview!!!

Follow Tami on Twitter (@TamiErinReal) and on her website TamiErin.com

In this episode:

  • getting started in show business,
  • The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking (1988),
  • auditions and screentests,
  • singing “Tomorrow” to win the part,
  • method acting,
  • crying on cue (emotional recall),
  • Saturday Night Live memories,
  • working on Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!,
  • Tami’s favorite actors, musicians, and TV shows,
  • living at the Jersey Shore during high school,
  • the reason there wasn’t a Pippi in the South Seas sequel,
  • Tami’s careers in fashion design and talent development,
  • doing personal appearances,
  • Tami’s infamous sex tape on TMZ,
  • serving as a UNICEF Ambassador,
  • Hearts.com Ethical Fashion,
  • her future plans,
  • Tami’s new song “Hollywood’s Burnin” featuring Sir Adam Smasher,
  • Steve Martin,
  • and Happy Endings– cancelled ABC TV show created by David Caspe.

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Episode 201

posted on Aug 23, 2012 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 201

Talking video games with our NJ friends….
Joe Santulli, co-founder of Digital Press, Classic Gaming Expo, and the Video Game History Museum.
Frankie V, member of the Digital Press Podcast.

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Sally Ride, Leroy Neiman, Rodney King, Ernest Borgnine, Nora Ephron, Sherman Hemsley, and Sage Stallone),
  • Steve Martin and Steven Seagal doing bad Italian accents,
  • the lights turned out on Bruce Springsteen’s concert with Paul McCartney in London,
  • High Score (2006) documentary (watch on Hulu),
  • Missile Command,
  • was The King of Kong (starring Billy Mitchell and Steve Wiebe) a fraud?,
  • a YouTube video featuring accusations by video game record holder Dwayne Richard,
  • former and current Donkey Kong champs Tim Sczerby and Hank Chien,
  • the Twin Galaxies video game record board,
  • would a dog raise a human baby?,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Teri Hatcher, Lauren Graham, and Carlos Mencia),
  • Gallagher does a GEICO commercial (video),
  • Sugar Daddy and other bad hard candy,
  • annoying door-to-door cable television salespeople,
  • knowledgeable forum dslreports.com,
  • Dolph Lundgren is actually a chemical engineer,
  • Fred Willard may or may not have pulled a Pee-wee Herman,
  • Rob invented dine-in movie theaters,
  • poor presentation of a film at an AMC theater,
  • interview with founder of Digital Press Videogames Joe Santulli,
  • his decision to go from game collector to retailer,
  • what does his wife think of his collecting?,
  • Atari Airborne Avenger pinball wall art (photo),
  • what you’ll find in the Digital Press store in Clifton, NJ,
  • rare and unique items “in the wild” traded into the store,
  • video game grading services,
  • monthly NAVA (North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados) gatherings,
  • the concept behind the Video Game History Museum,
  • is the future of gaming fully downloadable content?,
  • promoting the community aspect of gaming,
  • our interview with Frankie V. of the Digital Press Video Game Podcast,
  • gory horror arcade game Chiller by Exidy,
  • Atari Lynx,
  • great Lynx games like Electrocop,
  • is Sony’s PlayStation Vita this generation’s Lynx?,
  • the open platform game system Ouya,
  • a return to hobby-developed gaming like in the 1980s,
  • Android and iOS gaming vs. traditional portable consoles,
  • and “crowdsourcing” via Kickstarter.

Visit dpvideogames.com for more information on the Digital Press store and the audio/video podcasts!

Pictures taken during the July 28, 2012, NAVA gathering at Digital Press in Clifton, NJ:
Flickr – Digital Press in Clifton, NJ 7/28/2012
Enjoying 3D Gaming

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Episode 146

posted on Dec 31, 2009 | Comments (5)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 146

In this episode:

  • our movie review of Avatar (2009) in IMAX 3D,
  • our movie review of It’s Complicated (2009) starring Alec Baldwin,
  • the upcoming Mad Max movie Fury Road (2011) not starring Mel Gibson,
  • the upcoming movie The Kung Fu Kid (2010) starring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan,
  • Barcade in Brooklyn,
  • downloading and converting Flash videos with RealPlayer,
  • creating an anaglyph (red and blue) 3D image in Photoshop,
  • Steven Seagal’s TV show Lawman,
  • the new TV show Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura,
  • the Montel Williams HealthMaster blender,
  • our review of Shout! Factory’s The Transformers: 25th Anniversary Matrix of Leadership Edition DVD boxed set,
  • 1980s Transformers G1 voice actors (Michael Bell, Frank Welker, Jack Angel, etc.),
  • azrael723’s gigantic Transformers costumes,
  • our review of Ghostbusters (1984) on Blu-ray,
  • repurchasing music and movies,
  • YouTube videos loading too slowly,
  • the Lame Idiot of 2009,
  • The Hangover (2009) starring Zach Galifianakis,
  • an email from the fake George Harrison,
  • and celebrity deaths (Brittany Murphy and George Michael).

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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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