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Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (also known as Spy Kids 3: Game Over) is a 2003 American spy adventure comedy film produced, written, shot, composed, edited, and directed by Robert Rodriguez, co-produced by Elizabeth Avellan, Dimension Films and Troublemaker Studios and the third instalment in the Spy Kids series. It was released in the United States on July 25, 2003 by Dimension Films. The film stars Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino, Alexa Vega, Daryl Sabara, Ricardo Montalbán, Holland Taylor, Mike Judge, Cheech Marin, and Sylvester Stallone.

And that's the final episode of Chuckle-Bits Sequel Shitshow! Did you like it? Did you hate it? Do you want to hear more of Stevie and Michael's unedited shenanigans? They're both very eager to receive your feedback. So hit them up on Twitter @MegaWestgarth and @The StevieGrant.

Can I finally drop the whole third person thing now? Geez.



The other week Stevie and Michael recorded a cosplay meetup without the people involved knowing. But once they watched the footage back they realised they'd actually recorded Mortal Kombat: Annihilation!

Listen in wonder as Stevie and Michael talk over nobody's favourite film, while sometimes making direct reference to the film. Exciting!



Woo! Hooray! Yahoo! Lovely! The Chuckle-Bits Boyz™ are back with yet another riveting commentary!

This week they're watching the classic Goosebumps episode-- Wait, what? Halloween III: Season of the Witch isn't for kids? Blimey-o'riley.

Anyway, it's Halloween III: Season of the Witch, and I'll be honest, they have more to say about this film than all the other films combined. If you couldn't be bothered to watch along for the previous commentaries, it's sure worth popping in your old Halloween III VHS for this one.

Also, Michael plays the kazoo a lot.


Chuckle-Bits Sequel Shitshow is back with another stunning movie comm—

Sorry. I can't keep a straight face. If any one of our commentary tracks encompassed the true meaning of "shitshow", it's this one. We tried to find things to say about Predator 2, I swear. But it's a competently made movie, and competent movies are boring!

You're probably better off treating this one as a podcast. I mean, watch Predator 2 with us if you want, but I wouldn't.


Stevie and Michael are back with another exciting movie commentary. It's Christmas once again, and what better way to celebrate the festive cheer than watching the family friendly splatterpunk classic Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.

Remember, if you like what you hear, be sure to send us feedback via Twitter @MegaWestgarth and @TheStevieGrant. And for the record, this film was Stevie's choice. He thought he had a lot to say about it. He thought he liked it.

And then he watched it.


And we're back! Invading your earholes again are the Chuckle-Bits crew with an exciting new audio-visual commentary experience: Chuckle-Bits Sequel Shitshow. So sit back and relax as Stevie and Michael talk you through the hit motion picture A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge. Spooky!

Basically, Stevie and Michael hate editing—it takes forever—so squirted out a bunch of sub-par commentary tracks in a desperate attempt to provide their tiny fanbase with content. And yes, they did six of these. They're coming out once a week. And they're terrible.

Listen along with the movie, or don't. It's up to you, and we, I mean they, don't care either way. But if you want to watch your legally purchased copy of A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge along with them, they've got a syncing-up section early on in the podcast.

So there ain't much more to say than enjoy! I mean, enjoy it as much as the experience of listening to two morons talk about a film neither of them are particularly interested in can be enjoyed. Which is—hold on, let me get my calculator—roughly 17.4%.


The final episode of Chuckle-Bits Radio is here! So what're you waiting for, download that garbage now!

Also, if you want a transcript of this episode's fanfic for easy reading, click on this link right here.

In this final episode we… Well, we basically do what we always do, including News at Ten, Totally Legit Fan Fiction, an extended Mona the Vampire, and much more! I get bored, Stevie nearly chokes to death, and our voices dip in and out of audibility due to the lowest quality recording yet. It's the worst podcast ever!

So thanks to all those who willingly let Stevie and I wriggle down your ear holes over the last few years. It was fun. Sometimes. Most of the time it was a frustrating mess of clashing schedules and a severe lack of enthusiasm. To be honest, I'm glad it's over, and you should be to.


As some philosopher probably said, all good things come to an end. Coincidentally Chuckle-Bits Radio has to as well. Yes, not only is this terribly late but it's also our final episode. You've probably noticed how sporadic the last couple of episodes (and the podcast in general really) have been. Unfortunately Stevie and Michael have become very busy boys. Which as such leaves us both little time to record and edit. We figured out it was probably best to stop the podcast now, instead of bringing it out every once in a while to milk a dead body. In that way we'd be like Scott Cawthon. HEY- OOOOOOOOOH.

Speaking of him, in this episode we actually talk about videogames. In a way it's come full circle.

Goodnight sweet listeners, you can escape the nightmare fanfictions once and for all. 


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First of all: Sorry this is late. Second of all: Sorry for another bloody E3 podcast you have to listen to.

That's right in this very special episode Michael and Stevie go back to their roots and discuss videogames via the recent E3 convention (you might have heard of it). By doing this they come across topics such as:

  • Shenmue 3 and it's infamous Kickstarter
  • Blast Corps
  • Art Attack
  • The ol' Sonic Adventure 3 facebook page
  • and much more crap!

Also Stevie tries to get Michael to list one thing he liked about E3. It doesn't go well.


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