Lookit! Ep. 11 “70’s Halloween Records”

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Happy Halloween!! Listen as Mr. Lappie and I go down our top 10 most favorite Halloween records of all time! We hope everyone enjoys some nostalgia, and has a wonderful Halloween Season!

Our Halloween Records List:

Matt’s List:

Zerb’s List:

 

 

Lookit! Ep. 10 “The Evil Deads”

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This morning, Jeff and I discussed all we could in 40 min. about “The Evil Dead” franchise. We threw in a bit of history, some hear say, and a little embellished trivia. So sit back and enjoy the boom sticks and grooviness as we shop smart, shop S-Mart! Enjoy!

 

 

LOOKit! Ep. 9 “Minecraft”

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This week my buddies Bill and Louis come on by to teach me what they know about the PC game “Minecraft”. Music for this episode is performed by Daniel Rosenfeld, also known as C418.

MUSIC: Daniel Rosenfeld, also known as C418.

LOOKit! Ep. 8 “Merlin – The Electronic Wizard”

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Today I have the upmost pleasure of interviewing the inventor of “Merlin – The Electronic Wizard” from 1978, Mr. Bob Doyle!

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We discuss the in’s and out’s of the game system, along with some work that Mr. Doyle has accomplished over the years. I give you some history and information of the game itself, along with the 2nd edition that came out in 1995. Enjoy!

Visit Mr. Bob Doyle here: http://www.informationphilosopher.com
Play Merlin – The Electronic Wizard here: http://theelectronicwizard.com/

Throwback Network

I’m very pleased to announce I’ve been added to the list of truly great retro podcasts over at the Throwback Network! Please take time to visit the site and listen to the pods that take you back to the 70’s and 80’s. Some of the shows include You Don’t Know Flack hosted by Rob O’Hara, McCoyCast hosted by Doug McCoy, and The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast hosted by Ferg.

Much thanks to Sean Johnson and Rob O’Hara for adding me to the Throwback Network!