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AOTS Tuesday, September 8

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Posted September 8, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Imagine a future where an MMO game can control other humans. Blair Herter did, alongside the people behind 'Gamer,' including Michael C. Hall, director Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Elijah Wood stops by the studio to talk to Olivia Munn about his new CG animated film, 9 and about fighting evil machines in a post-apocalyptic world.
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Olivia Munn talks to film expert Chris Gore on the latest DVD releases for this week, like season 1 of Fringe, Dexter's Season 3 and more. Find out which ones you should pick up or just plain Netflix!
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Alison Haislip brings a bright and friendly news feeding with stories on the iPod Camera upgrade delay, MMA fighter Gina Carano cast in Soderbergh's 'Knockout' film and more.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Adam Sessler and Kevin Pereira take a walk down Abbey Road with the highly anticipated The Beatles: Rock Band. Find out if the songs, animation and gameplay lets this game live up to all the hype.
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You kids don't know how good you've got it. Everything is so easy and convenient. Today, you can just hit a remote and enjoy ATN, not like in the medieval period where you had to fight a dragon and kill an evil wizard to get just a taste of videos featuring violent marionettes, messed up pop divas, raps about disease and a bucking bronco with great aim.
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Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn use a future box to see what lies in the distance for Attack of the Show and only found two words: swine flu.
Resident Evil...
Color up your gadget life with Colorware, a site that lets you design, mix and match different colors to paint your iPhone or other mobile devices.

The Other DVDuesday

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Posted September 8, 2009 - By Moye Ishimoto

The Other DVDuesdayTuesday means that film expert Chris Gore stops by the Attack of the Show studio with his three picks of new DVD releases that you should (or shouldn't) pick up at your local video store. But what about the thousands of other new DVDs set loose in the crazy home video world on the same day? 

Don't worry, because the Attack of the Blog has you covered. Here are our three DVD picks that you should consider the next time you check your Netflix queue.

Mr. Belvedere: Season 3: How can you not love the adorably sarcastic and snobby "manny" who makes holding a silver tea tray the coolest thing ever? Now you can watch Mr. Belvedere return to his crazy shenanigans in the Owens household with this complete third season of whatever he does. What's the life lesson learned in this 90's sitcom? British accents rule.

Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Very First Alvin Show: Aaaalvin!!! Little known fact: before Alvin was a CG animated animal who drove Jason Lee up the wall, and even before (as I remember) the trio traveled the world in the 1980's cartoon series, Alvin, Simon and Theodoer were a singing sensation on The Alvin Show from 1961. Yeah, thanks for the history lesson. Now you can relive the good old days with this very special DVD release. Wake me up when it's over.

Dog The Bounty Hunter: To Seize and Protect: When he's not spewing derogatory remarks about African Americans, Dog the Bounty Hunter is doing what only a real-life Boba Fett could do: capturing fugitives on the run without losing a strand of his beautiful, beaded, golden mane. It looks like the fifth season of the A&E show has earned a little makeover for its DVD release, so I highly suggest you pick this up on your next trip to Walmart.

So there you have it. You can listen to what Chris Gore has to offer for today's new DVD offerings or just follow our lead on the blog! 

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AOTS Tuesday, September 1

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Posted September 1, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Halloween came early this year! Alison Haislip talks to writer and director Rob Zombie about remaking the Mike Myers classic again with 'Halloween II' and what fans can expect to see in the horror franchise.
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Kristin Adams is back to give a Tuesday feeding with news about Google Chrome's distribution deal with Sony's PC division, eBay selling Skype for $2 billion, and more.
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If you thought our obsession with dragons was over, you're completely wrong. Dragon aficionado Jeremy is back with more amazing facts about these mythical creatures full of magic.
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Peer into the future with these concept gadgets that hopefully will be making their way into your homes sometime in the near decade, like the Orange Solar Tent, the Huska-Varna Panthera Leo lawnmower and more.
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Film expert Chris Gore is back with three new DVD releases that you should buy, rent or pretend like it never existed. Today, he reviews Full Grown Men, Second Skin and The Union.
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Armpits are usually the last place anyone would want smell, but today's WTF moment is all about the armpit love, from its hair (blech) and smell (ewww).
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Scout Taylor-Compton may play Michael Myers' long lost sister in Halloween 2, but today she sits down with Olivia Munn to talk about working with Rob Zombie as Hollywood's latest Scream Queen.
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Scooter Fail, Salami Fighting, Hoof Hearted, Million Dollar Baby in 5 Seconds, Vacuum Kid.
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Jim Parsons consummates his childhood obsession with vacuum cleaners by finally getting hitched to the hoover of his dreams.

AOTS Tuesday, August 18

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Posted August 18, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Comic-Con may be over, but Blair Butler lets us know that the comic books will keep on coming. This time, she talks about five new issues to keep your eye on, like Mouse Guard: Winter 1152, Unknown Soldier: Haunted House, Secret Six: Unhinged and Pax Romana.
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Olivia Munn gives a special welcome home to co-host Kevin Pereira.
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Tuesday means new DVD releases and film expert Chris Gore is here to help you decide which ones to pick up, like Tyson, Surveillance, The Last Starfighter and indie fave Adventureland.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Dragons rule. Why? They just do. But for those with more inquiring minds, fantasy creature specialist Jeremy tells us exactly why these oversized, flame-breathing scaled lizards may just be the best thing ever.
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Alison Haislip is back and she's got quite a feeding for us, like news about the Sony PS3 Slim for sale at Kmart and Sears, the Xbox 360's failure rate, dates for the annual Apple music event and more.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
X-Play's Adam Sessler takes Kevin Pereira on a quick games break to talk about the new Shadow Complex and how its 2-D gameplay controls earned his 5 out of 5 rating.
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We're proud to say that in this declining economy the price of Around the Net has not gone up one penny. You can still get your fill of humorous videos featuring a keyboard playing space feline, an inappropriate crotch hit, a friendly Cylon and a cat masseuse for absolutely free.
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After a cat massage gone wrong, Kevin Pereira has a heart to heart talk with God in Cat Heaven.

AOTS Friday, August 14

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Posted August 14, 2009 - By Moye Ishimoto
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Olivia Munn and Alex Albrecht review the BFG Phobos PC, perfect for all your gaming needs with an Intel Core processor, 6 GB of RAM and an 8" touch screen, all starting at $3,000. This all sounds swell, but find out if it's worth your green.
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Birthday Candle Man, Full House Disaster, Meow Mix, Fred and Sharon's Celeb Advice, Anime Bass Master.
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Those damn robots keep getting smarter and smarter, all thanks to us! We take a look at a pair of robotic arms that can throw a perfect pitch, a robot with a memory and an update on the beloved ASIMO.
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Blair Herter sat down with Neill Blomkamp, director of District 9, about the original story behind the alien sci-fi movie, its special effects and all the media buzz,
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Film expert Chris Gore talks to Sara Jean Underwood about three new DVD releases coming out this week, including 'I Love You Man,' 'Alien Trespass' and 'Big Man Japan.' Which one to buy, rent or ignore? Only Gore can tell.
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This edition of Women of the Web are all about the two things men love most. No, not beer and hot wings. Chicks and tattoos! These are the girls you can't take home to Mom, like Julie Becker, Bif Naked and Ana Carmo.
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Please Ma'am, can I have some more? Kevin Pereira learns a little bit about getting hog-tied by dominatrix Julie Simone.
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Kristin Adams sits down with the cast and creators of The Goods like Jeremy Piven, Craig Robinson and Ken Jeong on how to live hard and sell hard.

AOTS Tuesday, August 11

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Posted August 11, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Film expert Chris Gore talks to Sara Jean Underwood about three new DVD releases coming out this week, including 'I Love You Man,' 'Alien Trespass' and 'Big Man Japan.' Which one to buy, rent or ignore? Only Gore can tell.
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It's time for a Tuesday news feeding from Kristin Adams, who has stories on the summer update for the Xbox 360 dashboard, the new Chevy Volt with its 230MPG rating, and Twitter opera and more.
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Blair Herter transforms into a Klingon to visit the Klingon Blood Feast at the Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas.
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Virtual audience member CD-ROM 1019 (better known as Chris Delucia) shows us around his hometown of Syracuse, NY with his new Flip camera from the AOTS viewer army.
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Take a nice, soothing game break with X-Play's Adam Sessler, who stops by for an early review on Batman: Arkham Asylum.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
If you can't wait until Friday for District 9, then AOTS is here to save the day. Chris Hardwick presents an exclusive clip from the new Sci-Fi flick from Peter Jackson.
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Chris Hardwick and Sam Abuelsamid from AutoblogGreen.com take a hard look at Chevy's new electric car, Volt, with its impressive 230 MPG rating and what this debut can mean for you as an eco-friendly, hybrid-driving consumer.
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Take your nerdy fandom to the extreme with these Star Wars bookends, the Simpsons movie promotional sofa, Batman's own leather motorcycle suit and the SFX T-1000 motorbike from Terminator.
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Deer Rump Mount, Onion Google Opt Out, Guy Catches Laptop with Butt, World's Best Dancer, The Hammer-X.
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Chris Hardwick and Sara Jean Underwood discover the original strength test footage of the Hammer-X golf club.

AOTS Tuesday, August 4

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Posted August 4, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Alison Haislip has the Tuesday feeding with stories on Apple banning an App store spammer, Palm's explanation behind their creepy Pre commercials, the US Marines banning social networking sites and more.
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Watch the exclusive trailer for Army of Two: The 40th Day, the highly anticipated co-op shooter sequel about Salem and Rios from EA Montreal.
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Film expert Chris Gore and Kevin Pereira take a gander at three new DVD releases for today, including the first season of Dollhouse, the Mutant Chronicles and the Rapidfire Television show.
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Dr. K Chaudhry's showcases over 1,300 songs on his YouTube channel, all of which is more than enough reason to explain why he is today's YouTube celebrity. He's also got a special rendition of our favorite AOTS song in store.
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Sometimes the things we see in action movies are real. No, really! Check out these actual military forces like a flying saucer prototype, the supersonic F35C Lightning II stealth fighter and a nano air vehicle modeled after a hummingbird.
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Chris Hardwick sees if the new camera phone from Casio with their Exilim Mobile featuring a 2.3" LCD, GPS capabilities and a 5.1 mega pixel camera lives up to our standards for $280.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
You've seen these snappy Forearm Forklifts on television, but Kevin Pereira and Carissa Walford show us if they really lift our spirits at the thought of moving heavy furniture.
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Ferret CPR, G.I. Joe Trailer, Funny Granddad, Pregnant Bellydance, Autotune the News 7.
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Kinky Star Wars sex is back with this new chapter in Boba Fetish.
Attack Of The Show knows what you like, what makes you laugh, and has an exhaustive list of your private information that includes your PIN numbers.
Carissa Walford takes a moment to teach us a valuable lesson about drunk kangaroos from Australia.

Yesterday, Chris Gore reviewed Green Lantern: First Flight on DVDuesday and all of the nerds in the office waited with bated breath for his verdict (especially because of the upcoming Green Lantern movie and current Blackest Night story line making waves in the comic book). It was as if the film was setting the bar for all animated direct-to-DVD adaptions to follow. Quite the contrary. It's just the most recent in a long line of incredible comic book themed, animated DVDs. Here is a list of the top five such films currently available on DVD and Blu-ray.

JLA AnimatedJustice League: The New Frontier - Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and now the Green Lantern have all starred in their own animated films, but this is the only film that brings them, and a legion of D.C. Comics heroes, together in one place. There are more heroes featured in it than were probably ever featured in the animated Justice League series and yet, the film still manages to give each character their due, especially the big leaguers, and tell a cohesive, compelling story in seventy five minutes. Plus, the 50s, retro art style is damn beautiful.

Todd McFarlane's Spawn: Animated Collection - Thankfully, when Todd McFarlane decided to bring his comic book icon to the small screen he chose to do it on HBO, which totally allowed him the freedom to include blood, nudity and lots of violence. Appropriately dark, the series refused to pull any punches, making it exactly what an animated adaptation of an adult book about selling one's soul to the devil should be, awesome. The DVD collection of the series is somehow even more awesome.

Hulk Vs. - This DVD contains two entirely different short films, one focussing on Hulk's first encounter with Wolverine in the wilds of Canada and the other on an epic battle between the Hulk and the thunder god, Thor in Asgard. Amazingly, the movies feature appearances by a large number of staple characters such as Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, Omega Red, Deadpool, Loki and Baulder. The animation is crisp, the voice acting is top notch and you can't beat getting two movies for the price of one.

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AOTS Tuesday, July 21

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Posted July 21, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Film expert Chris Gore stops by the studio to give us his impressions on three new DVD releases, like the Watchmen Director's Cut, Neil Gaiman's Coraline and The Mighty Boosh.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
With Rock Band opening up their list to independent bands, X-Play's Adam Sessler talks to Kevin Pereira about the new song review process, the subscription fee and how this could change the relationship between music and videogames.
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Blair Herter visits the Crucible Art Festival in San Francisco where pyromaniacs tame the wild power of fire into art, including a fire tornado, a rocket propelled pendulum and lots of flame throwers. That's hot.
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It ain't Tuesday until Alison Haislip feeds you the daily news, including Yahoo Homepage's new look, Best Buy's Twitter task force, using AIM on an unlocked iPhone and more.
On set or on location, Attack Of The Show brings you the deets on your favorite things to watch when you're not watching us.
Olivia Munn sits down with Seth Green to talk about Robot Chicken's Emmy nominations, Family Guy and his love for all things Star Wars.
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With 1000 watts of power pumped through 5 speakers and a subwoofer, a slim receiver with 3 HDMI inputs, and an affordable price, the Sony HT-SS360 sounds too good to be true.
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Good Date Idea, Don't Cross the Streams, Daniel Radcliffe Surprise, Another Harry Potter Surprise, Danny Devito's Explosive Viral, Onion Productive Woman, Joy and Pain.
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AOTS Tuesday, July 14

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Posted July 14, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Earn a new wrinkle in your brain by learning the effin' science on how the Swiss pulse-jet engine works.
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Blair Herter is back with news about BioShock 2's release date, Natalie Portman's casting news for 'Thor,' Morgan Spurlock's 'The Simpsons' doc and more.
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Kristin Adams catches up with Daniel Radcliffe, Tom Felton, and Emma Watson to talk about the dark size of the force...er, wizardry with their sixth year at Hogwarts.
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If you've got extra cash to spend frivolously on your garage, look no further than the Jack Thompson PS2, building a hidden book case, adding twin jets to your bike and a full size sidecar.
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Twitter and music go hand in hand with Blip FM, a website that allows you to DJ, listen, discover and tweet your favorite music in 140 characters or less.
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Last time we checked, Office Jesus was taking over the carpool lane. Now he's back for another coming. Let's hope he stays away from your cubicle.
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Film expert Chris Gore talks about three new DVD releases that you should buy, rent or just forget about: The State, The Haunting in Connecticut and Visioneers.
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Murderous Trees, Garbage Can Prank, People Crossing Street Fail, White House Teleprompter, Baseball Player Crying.
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Bring the furry love to your iPhone with Enviro-Bear 2010, a fun game that we found just for you on the Internet.

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