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Warning: Graphic Violence and Bad Language.

While the four (and soon to be five) Die Hard films may have had other good things going for them than just gratuitous violence, it does certainly make up a number of their high points.

This supercut features every instance of gunplay in all of the existing films, putting every moment of the films' bullet-spraying goodness into a single experience just under six minutes that makes you wonder if John McClane secretes an unknown hormone that attracts criminals and terrorists wherever he happens to go.

Warning: Bad Language.

It turns out that Batman's average nights on patrol are not quite as enthralling as the films lead us to believe.

It's unlikely that The Dark Knight Rises will feature any scenes where Batman comes to an impassioned defense of the work of Tyler Perry, or discovers the wonders of seeing his Tumbler on Tumblr.

However, this glimpse into the mundane aspects of an average, mega-boring Bat-night might make you think twice about poo-pooing the film's early detractors on Rotten Tomatoes, especially if even a small part of it made the cut in Christopher Nolan's Bat-swan-song.

I Think That's A Limousine Horse

Now, thanks to the wonders of selective breeding and automotive engineering, the rustic feel of horseback riding finally meets metropolitan luxury aesthetic.

This one comes equipped with an 8-person saddle featuring a fully-stocked bar and wine cellar, a complete entertainment center, and a hidden room for your own personal "after-parties." 


Despite the stigma of being a too-quick reboot featuring a relatively-unknown star, The Amazing Spider-Man managed to nab the top spot at the box-office this past weekend, bringing impressive (albeit not record-breaking) numbers.

However, it might be the case that the film needed a little more old-school intrigue. Well, thanks to this mashup of the film's trailer with footage of the 1967 classic cartoon series (which now serves-up myriads of Internet meme pictures,) we can see for ourselves if that's the case.

Whenever we think about Anime Expo, our thoughts are filled with images of cosplayers dressed as characters from great anime series like Dragon Ball Z, thrilling movies like The Dark Knight Rises, cool video games like Team Fortress 2, and classic comics like Spider-Man and The Avengers. Anime Expo is one of the most fascinating, geek-oriented events in the world and we're super excited that it's back, and you should be too, because of Anime Expo cosplay pics! 

Wade through our vast sea of photos featuring costumed fanatics and scantily clad vixens and marvel as your happiness levels increase tenfold!

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Remember when Sara Underwood cosplayed at Anime Expo 2011 as the curvaceous emerald-locked Lum the Invader from the manga series, Urusei Yatsura? We do. You can too.

More? You need more cosplay? You're tough to satisfy. Ok, go check out our pics from the very recent AM2 Convention.

Alex Cross Trailer Fights The Sick And Twisted

The debut trailer for upcoming thriller, Alex Cross has hit.

While the idea of Tyler Perry leaving his Madea outfit behind to play the titular character taken from the novels of James Patterson and famously portrayed by Morgan Freeman in Along Came A Spider and Kiss the Girls is interesting, it's not the noteworthy story here.

The film features a freakishly-slimmed version of Lost star, Matthew Fox as an unhinged mob hitman who moonlights as a cagefighter. Fox's appearance shows a startling and disturbing weight cut that almost hearkens back to the one Christian Bale made for his role in 2004's The Machinist.

Alex Cross directed by Rob Cohen hits theaters on October 19. Check out the trailer below and understand why Jack won't be going back the the Island anytime soon.

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Tonight On AOTS: Common Law's Warren Kole & 21 Jumps Street DVDuesday Review

Chris Hardwick returns as guest co-host with Candace Bailey tonight on Attack of the Show, where they'll talk to Warren Kole from USA's Common Law series and Chris Gore reviews the Blu-ray release of 21 Jump Street on DVDuesday. We also follow up on all the recent email and "Find Nearby Friends" features from Facebook on The Loop and three new t-shirt companies you should check out on Threads. Tune in tonight 7/6c.

Tags: DVDuesday, Movies, TV

Robocop Remake To Get Dr. House?

It seems that the upcoming remake of Robocop may soon have a cast member who'll be trading in his cane, Vicodin pills, and sarcastic scowl for a villainous grin. Hugh Laurie, fresh from completing his 8-year run on House is ready to tangle with Detroit's newest cyborg policeman.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Laurie is currently in negotiations to play the film's villain, who is described as the "evil and ultra-rich CEO of Omnicorp, the company that makes Robocop."

From the sound of things, the character could be an update on the scheming corporate second-in-command, Dick Jones played by Ronny Cox in the original film.

Will America's favorite cyborg cop be able to stand against an unending barrage of witty, sarcastic one-liners?

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Tonight On AOTS: Milo Ventimiglia From That's My Boy

On tonight's Attack of the Show, guest co-host Chris Hardwick returns with Candace Bailey and Milo Ventimiglia live in studio for his new comedy, That's My Boy. Jessica Chobot heads to Miami to join Team Puma on their Mar Mostro yacht for the Volvo Ocean Race and Weston Scott shares his favorite fitness gadgets for the summer.

But first, check out our clip featuring Milo with Andy Samberg from That's My Boy and tune in tonight 7/6c for the full interview!

That's My Boy "Are You A Soldier?" Sneak Peek »

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Star Wars: Just Uncle Owen

Posted May 22, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

This montage showing every scene featuring the stubborn, dusty, moisture farmer, Uncle Owen Lars seems to tell the story of a tyrannical, oppressive, pathological liar whose fate as a charred, smoking skeleton in his front yard seemed rather inevitable.

That narrative just might be accurate.

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