Ben Schwartz continues his AOTS guest-hosting duties with Candace Bailey, welcoming actor Michael C. Hall into the studio to talk veteran hit show Dexter and checking out the latest in indie games. Plus, Blair Butler with comic-book news, Chris Gore with another DVDuesday checking out DVD releases like Marvel's The Avengers and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1, and more! Tune in tonight 7/6c.
Wrap up your Leap Day with Attack of the Show! Tonight, Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey sit down with Alexis Knapp to talk about the ultimate party in her new comedy, Project X. Over on The Loop, Tim Schafer from Double Fine Productions will be in studio to talk about the state of indie game development. Jessica Chobot checks out rad jobs at DJ Ean Golden and more, all at 7PM EST. See you then!
Tonight on Attack of the Show, Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey cover every topic from nudism to indie game development. Comedian Joe Lo Truglio will be live in studio to talk about his new film, Wanderlust, where he plays a nudist in a rural commune with Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston. Oh, the stories to hear! Plus, we bring you the broadcast exclusive premiere of The Raid: Redemption. Blair Butler brings all new comic picks for Fresh Ink and more. See you at 7PM EST!
Tonight will be a very special Attack of the Show! Both Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood will co-host an hour of fun, including MMA referee Big John McCarthy talking about his new book, Let's Get It On! The Making of MMA And Its Ultimate Referee and a close look at new downloadable games to try, like Street Fighter 3: Third Strike Online and Warhammer 40000 Kill Team.
Alex Sim-Wise tests out the Air Sphere in London and we bring back the Naked Bike Ride! See you at 7PM!
Tonight on Attack of the Show, Anton Yelchin and Christopher Mintz-Plasse joins us in studio for their new film, Fright Night, where we'll learn how to hunt down vampires and secrets about Colin Farrell. Okay, maybe not the latter but it wouldn't hurt to ask, right?
We also take a look at our favorite new games like Fruit Ninja Kinect from Xbox Live's Summer of Arcade, new designs on Threads and a first look at the new trailer for Red Tails. See you at 7PM!
The Legend of Zelda is one of the most iconic game franchises in history. Yet, for all its accolades from over the years, it seemed to be missing some key elements: Namely self-absorbed monologues, blatant cultural stereotyping, and side-scrolling dance numbers. Well, the folks behind this fan-made trailer seem to recognize that deficit and have brought it to life with The Legend of Zelda! (That's "Zelda" with an exclamation point.) Taking 80's teen romp favorites like Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Beuller's Day Off, Say Anything, with a slight dash of The Karate Kid and throwing them into a blender with Zelda gives us this would-be lost Reagan-era pubescent screen gem that we didn't know we wanted. These guys previously gave us God of War as a Wes Anderson-type indie movie and a take on Mario in Inglourious Plummers. This does not disappoint.
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