About Stephen

Stephen Escudero is a Cuban-American Miami based podcaster, writer, filmmaker, film lover, humanitarian, and creator of all/most things Vunda. He loves comic-books. He loves movies. He loves his wife Danielle whom he hosts the official podcast of Vundablog.com the Vundacast as well as their Star Wars-centric podcast the Rebel Order. Stephen is the leader, pilot, and tech guru of the Vundacast turning his AV experience for the powers of good. He is a die-hard Kevin Smith,  and Robert Rodriguez fan. He loves horror films(especially 80's slasher flicks), and sci-fi films the most also films from the 70's and 80's are always a part of a well balanced film diet. He prefers DC to Marvel, and Coca-Cola Classic to Pepsi.

Stephen has a penchant for talking about pop-culture for hours on end.  He's always been a movie fan since watching Terminator 2 with his mother at age 7 after that he watched every film he could regardless of rating and let his imagination grow. He's been a wrestling fan growing up during the Monday Night war. He's Hosted panels at Florida Supercon, Ultracon, and OUTcon. He's interviewed pop-culture mavericks like Gerald Okamura, Alavaro Rodriguez, Lisa Hammer, Mike Kingston, Michel Mulipola, Josh Stifter, Alejandro Montoya Marin, Josh Horowitz, @theJsarge, Erin Miskell, Manny Trembley, and the Meza Bros.

Stephen's top 10 favorite films as of his 32nd year are Big Trouble in Little China, Hellboy, Easy Rider, Re-Animator, Total Recall, Star Wars The Last Jedi, Star Trek(2009), The Devil's Backbone, From Dusk Till Dawn, and The Big Lebowski. My favorite comic book character is a tie between Booster Gold from DC Comics and Battle Beast from Invincible. My favorite Star Wars character is Chewbacca. My favorite wrestler is Mick Foley. My favorite WrestleMania is WrestleMania XIV Chainsaw Charlie and Cactus Jack win the tag titles, c'mon!

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