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AOTS 1,000th Episode Rundown

Posted July 9, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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Nerf Herder frontman Parry Gripp celebrates Attack of the Show's 1000th episode with a very special music video.
Kevin Pereira, Olivia Munn and Alan Thicke close the historic 1000 episode of Attack of the Show with a special music number.
AOTS 1000 - Alan Thicke
See what really happened behind the scenes with Alan Thicke on Attack of the Show's 1000th episode.
It's finally here. Olivia Munn presents her very first audition tape for Attack of the Show. And yes, she's not wearing a bra in this clip.
Alison Haislip wasn't always on Attack of the Show. Like all correspondents, she had to undergo a rigorous test to see if she had what it takes to be on G4, as you can see from her first audition tape.
Before Kevin Pereira, there was Kevin Rose. Attack of the Show caught up with the Digg.com founder to talk about the early years of the show.
sara lane
Internet celeb Sarah Lane was one of the first hosts on Attack of the Show, and today Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn welcome her back with some of her best moments from the AOTS vault.
tom green
Comedian Tom Green returns to Attack of the Show to catch up on the old times with Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn. No word on whether he plans to break any more of the set, but keep an eye out!
Celebrate the 1,000th episode with some of the best stunts that Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn have suffered through to bring laughter and joy to your television set.
You can always count on Attack of the Show to make you laugh. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn bring you the best comedy skits from the past 1,000 episodes.
Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn highlight the best guests featured on all the past episodes of Attack of the Show.
Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn count down the all time best videos from Around The Net. Anyone in the mood for some Chocolate Rain?
Kevin Pereira's dream finally comes true! Olivia Munn gives him 30 seconds to catch a greased pig to win the coveted Wet Hog Trophy.
When AOTS goes live, we really mean it. And especially when Olivia Munn misreads the teleprompter back in 2007.
Occasionally Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn venture outside the studio doors into the harsh reality where hair and make-up don't exist. Check out some of the best trips we've taken out into the field.
When Attack of the Show goes live, no one can predict what will happen. In this case, Olivia Munn unintentionally gave Kevin Pereira a whole new haircut.
Like all insensitive hosts, Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn bring back the infamous fat suits for the last time, right in the face of the public's wrath!
There's nothing like a good old roasting and our favorite characters like Drunkle Ted, Steve Jobs and Batman stop by to give Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn a piece of their minds.
AOTS 1000
This exclusive, web-only video retrospective celebrating the 1000th episode of 'Attack of the Show' centers on the show's hosts and their recollection of their time here at G4.
AOTS 1000
This web-only exclusive video talks with the producers, writers, and executives behind the 1000th episode of 'Attack of the Show,' as they take a look back on the show so far.
AOTS isn't immune to epic fails of our own. Our latest attempt to break the Guinness World Record didn't quite go as originally planned, and the entire city of Los Angeles was there as a witness.
Office Jesus, one of the first Attack of the Show characters, first arrived in 2005...and now he's back being the biggest douche in the cubicle farm.
They say you never forget your first time. For Kevin Pereira, that means his first appearance on the G4 airwaves and his hosting gig on 'Arena' back in 2004. Look how much he's grown since then!
t's probably the most popular stunt on Attack of the Show: Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn bring back the infamous giant pie jump for National Pie Week.
Lil Wil gives a special shout-out to Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn for the Attack of the Show's 1000th episode.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn kick off the Attack of the Show's 1000th episode with a special skydiving entrance.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
What do Susan Sarandon, Felicia Day and William Shatner have in common? Their love for 'Attack of the Show,' as you can see by their special messages to Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn for the 1000th episode.

'AOTS' Monday, April 13

Posted April 13, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
Olivia has a thing for fancy goods, so you know she's plugged into what only rich bastards can buy; things like an $88,000 speaker set, a golden Vertu cell phone, and Mike Vick's 4.1 million dollar mansion in Georgia.
The Sess returns to the 'AOTS' set to talk about a sequel to a game, based on a sequel to a movie. It's the surprising 'Chronicle of Riddick: Dark Athena.'
The crackberry App store is finally here so Blackberry users can feel a little less inferior about how "smart" their phone really is. We've got the best apps in the ole Web Tools.
Resident Evil...
War Machine is leading the way when it comes to gaming laptops and today's 17 incher is no exception with its ATI Crossfire video cards, Intel Quad-core processor and 4 Gigs of DDR3 RAM.
We're joined by Kevin Lyman, creator of the Warped Tour, to talk about problems plaguing the concert industry and what solutions they need to grab hold of to keep it alive.
Time to revisit our vault of disgusting, rarely seen footage to give you a glimpse at another Boba Fetish, golden droid showers.
Masters Boob Grab, Safety Video, What Odor Dub, Disturbing Strokes, Long Nails.
Blair Herter drops by the studio for a live Feed chock full of meaty ingredients like Twitter worms, Korean YouTube issues, and an Amazon.com books epic fail.

Dear G4tv.com Visitors,

Last week, some of you may have noticed something funky going on with the site... particularly on TheFeed.  It turns out that there was a third party advertisement serving up malware to some users – redirecting their browsers to a site which indicated that they had a virus (then potentially dropping a trojan horse on their rigs). As soon as we discovered the malware, we jumped right on it. And thanks to tireless efforts of our faceless web development team (and some of Feed readers that pitched in), we’ve isolated the problem and everything is back to normal.

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We'd like to give you a little peek behind the curtain to show you just what running a daily live TV show is like. To that end, we have decided that roughly once a week, we here at the new AOTB will be profiling a member of the Attack of the Show staff. There's already fireworks this week as we've made our controversial first pick. Won't you read on?

Luke Wahl
Title: Segment Producer
Hometown: Toronto, ON
Position: Casual Determinism
Favorite season: Toss up between Rabbit and Duck

AOTB: What's your problem?
LW: Lots of stuff. I am a man who used to have many vices. Women and wine used to be two of my favorite pastimes. As I have gotten older, I have chosen to make these things less prevalent in my world. Now, I make fun of people a lot to fill the gaps, entertain myself, and mask my insecurities.

AOTB: What do you do on AOTS?
LW: I am a segment producer. This means that I do anything from writing and supervising the edit of voice-over driven packages, to preparing in-studio stunts and interviews. I also am the self proclaimed "staff heartthrob". This title does me little good though, since there are only 3 girls on staff, not including Derek Johnson.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Derek Johnson, AOTS Associate Producer, had this response - "I might be a little upset if I knew who Luke Wahl was or what she does on our staff.  I think I knew a barista named Luke Wahl once."]

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It's that time of the year again, when the crappiest films of the previous year get their props for the craptacular crapness of crap that they crapped on us. That's right, it's the 2008 Razzie Awards nominees!

Leading the pack of the ignominious awards with seven nominations, is Mike Myers' flop, The Love Guru. It seems that a gratuitous dose of Jessica Alba, shameless hype on American Idol (It worked for Jumper, didn't it? ...Wait.), and an Austin Powers-like satire style was not enough to save this one from mockery. (Not to be confused with the talented Whose Line is it Anyway? repertory player.)

Still, what would a discussion about the Razzies (or bad movies in general) be without mentioning the name of Uwe Boll? Well, no need for him to feel left out. Besides being nominated for Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Supporting Actor (Burt Reynolds from In the Name of the King), and Worst Supporting Actor for his own role in Postal, Boll will be "honored" with a Worst Career Achievement Award. Really, at this point they might as well just rename these awards, "the Uwies."

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Oh NeoGaf, what would we do without you?

Thanks to a member of the internet forum NeoGaf, we have one of our favorite gaming fail stories EVAR. It all began when "HUELEN10's" neighbors decided to get a Wii for their family. Knowing their neighbor was a gamer, they asked for some recommendations on games they should purchase that the whole family could enjoy. Along with a few retail games, "HUELEN10" also recommended purchasing some Virtual Console games, as they had bought a Classic Controller to go with their new Wii.

Here's where it gets awesome.

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The UK Sun is reporting some hefty "Batman 3" rumors implying that director Christopher Nolan has signed none other than Eddie Murphy to play the role of The Riddler and that Shia LaBeouf would be on board for the role of Robin. It is critical to emphasize the part of the sentence that says "the UK Sun is reporting."

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History was made last weekend at the box-office: Worst opening for a major film...EVER. (For "Very Wide" releases of 2,000+ theaters.)

Above is the trailer for an animated feature called Delgo. It is the end result of a $40 million dollar investment, nearly 7 years of hard work from an independent Atlanta-based animation studio called Fathom, and a somewhat impressive cast of voice actors that includes Malcolm McDowell, Val Kilmer, Freddie Prinze Jr., Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kelly Ripa, as well as being the final work of Anne Bancroft who died in 2005. Now, there was just a slight problem: No one even knew the film existed, much less that it was released.

Entrepreneur Marc Adler decided that he wanted to direct and produce a big-budget animated feature (which, unless you have been living under a rock, make HUGE money at the box-office.) The problem was, after all the money and hard work he could not get anyone to distribute the film. So, being young and assertive, he says "f-it!" and distributes it himself. Well, the results speak for themselves.

Domestic Weekend Gross: $511,920

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I'm going to file this under "painful" or maybe "dear lord why are they doing this to an anime series I loved so much?!?" The latest trailer for the live-action movie Dragon Ball Evolution has been released and...it's a good thing I didn't eat breakfast because it would have ended up all over my keyboard.


There's just so much wrong with this trailer. Where do I begin?!? Why is Goku an adult? This is Dragonball, not Dragonball Z. Goku is supposed to be a little kid that still has a monkey tail! There's no evidence of Kuririn (Krillin) being in the movie. He's not in the trailer and he's not listed in IMDB. Kuririn is a huge part of Goku's life and it's a shame that he's apparently not in the movie. Chow Yun-Fat is awesome, but isn't he a tad young to be playing Master Roshi? The last part might be my hang up, but when did Goku become white?

This movie has "epic fail" written all over it. What do you guys and gals think?
Tags: Epic Fail, Movies

Uwe Boll Loses $2 Million Lawsuit

Posted November 19, 2008 - By Joseph Baxter

Director Uwe Boll has been ordered by a court to pay $2.1 million to Fantastic Films International per the judgment of a breach of contract and libel claim filed by the company. It has been found that Boll broke worldwide exclusive rights owed to Fantastic Films by either taking away the agreed rights, or outright not paying them for their cut of the distribution returns from 45 countries. 

Included in the part of the judgment for libel, was a $200,000 payout to Fantastic Films owner Roxane Barbat for e-mails that Boll sent to potential buyers which apparently made false claims about the company.

You know what? Sure, the man takes video games, puts them in film, then butchers them into mediocrity. But in a way, Uwe can be viewed as the world's most powerful conceptual artist. This is but a price one pays for one's art. Think about it. Much like the defiance of the conventional by the Dadaists of the early 20th century who stood on the brink of a newly-branded mechanized destruction at the hands of the First World War, Uwe is an anti-artist. He somehow takes "good" concepts of the world that are non-tangible, "abducts them" through media, and makes them "un-good." It's his artistic stamp, his mustache on the Mona Lisa, if you will. He is giving the cruel world a proverbial (and often literal) middle finger. One day, original film cells from House of the Dead will grace the Louvre. 



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