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AOTS Wednesday, February 10

Posted February 10, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
Rapture's Return in Bioshock 2
X-Play's Adam Sessler talks to Kevin Pereira about the release of the highly anticipated sequel, 'Bioshock 2' and what gamers can expect when they dive underwater and return to an Andrew Ryan free Rapture.
Brandon Jackson in The Lightning Thief
Kevin Pereira sits down with Brandon Jackson to talk about his role on the new film, 'Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief' and his stand up comedy.
Buzz over Google Buzz
Meet Google Buzz, the latest social networking venture from the search engine giant that allows you to view all of your favorite online media in one place. Kevin Pereira talks to Ben Parr, Co-Editor of Mashable, about what this new app is all about.
AOTS Google Voice Inbox: Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day. It comes once a year and can make or break a relationship. Here's what some of our viewers' plans for upcoming holiday.
The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip 2.10.10
Warm up your cold winter bones with a news feeding from Alison Haislip, who covers important headlines from Google's foray into the broadband business, their Street View Snowmobile and more.
Arm Breaks & Bamboo Whips
Nothing ever goes right when you attempt to fall and break your arm, or when you smash your spine with a bamboo stick. At least it's all captured on camera!
World Class Gaming Gear
Gaming is serious business. That's why Alison Haislip runs down some of the latest accessories to pick up that can bring your gaming skills to a whole new level, like KontrolFreek's joystick enhancers, the Cyborg R.A.T. Gaming mouse and more.
Potato, Scrapple Weather, Batman/Spice Girls, Woodshop Guy = Awesome, Woman Owned by Flood... Twice.

AOTS Wednesday, January 13

Posted January 13, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
Passing wind and cutting the cheese can be more than just a hilarious part of human nature. Some people actually find it arousing! It's time to learn about eproctophilia, the sexual fascination with flatulence...or the fart fetish, as we like to call it.
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.
Executive Producer McG and star Mark Valley stop by the AOTS studios to talk about their new action-packed drama, 'Human Target' based on the DC comic book and graphic novel.
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 and Kevin Pereira break down Army of Two: The 40th Day, the highly anticipated sequel to the 2008 game, Army of Two. Find out what Adam thinks about the story set up, improvements from the original and co-op gameplay.
There's not much to say when it comes to pellet vs. nipple shots and TV knockouts, except that you should be happy you're not as dumb as these unfortunate victims. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn bring you a new round of Break Moments.
There's no denying that 3D TVs have been making the rounds at CES 2010. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip tackle new television sets from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic to see what's in store for those planning on some 3D viewing fun at home.
Only one can bring you a hump day news feeding, and that's Blair Herter with stories on Google taking on the China's censorship policy after a hack attack, Netflix coming to the Nintendo Wii, and more.
If there are extraterrestrials watching us, do you think that they believe we're utter morons based on what they see in Around the Net? Are they as entertained by horrific sledding accidents, acoustic covers of metal songs and cute, exploding animals as we are? Food for thought.
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.
What does Jeremy, the expert of all things dragon, have to say about cars? Probably about how awesome dragons are compared to these four wheeled monsters.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Night Vision Goggles Review »

Odds are, if you're a gamer, you spent this past weekend destroying your friends in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer. The $60 you spent were well worth it, but do you sometimes think to yourself, "Should I have spent a little more money and gotten the Prestige Edition which features, among other things, the cool looking night vision goggles?" For those of you pondering this important question, AOTS Correspondent Blair Herter has your answer. Check out his review of the unique gaming peripheral and find out if you should rush to your local game retailer and trade in your copy for the whole kit and caboodle.

Note: Blair states that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Prestige Edition includes a code to download Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It does not. The code included only allows you to download the original Call of Duty.

AOTS Wednesday, November 11

Posted November 11, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
The adventurous 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' follows the story of one Mr. Fox trying to put his wild days behind him for the sake of fatherhood. Blair Herter talks to the director Wes Anderson and star Jason Schwartzman on bringing the Roald Dahl classic to life.
Blair Herter is here to jumpstart your brain with news stories on details on Microsoft's Project Natal, free 3D games on Zune HD Marketplace, the Pre's exclusive NFL telecast and more.
Chris Hardwick and Veronica Belmont give a rundown on the top portable thumb drives available, like the highly secured IronKey 4GB S200, eSATA connecting Kanguru eFlash 64GB, the water resistant Corsair Flash Survivor drive and Kingston DataTraveler.
There's no better way to occupy your computer time than to play flash games, and Veronica Belmont lists the top new games for you to try, including the physics based Cargo Bridge, the strategy Space Game: Missions, Trap master and more.
Stock your closet with the hottest T-shirts around from designer Johnny Cupcakes. Find out how owner Johnny Earle keeps his designs freshly baked with limited edition runs throughout the year featuring his favorite classics like Looney Tunes.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
When it comes to song parodies, look no further than "Weird Al" Yankovic, who stops by the AOTS studio to talk to Chris Hardwick about his latest album, 'The Essential Weird Al Yankovic' collection of greatest hits.
It's time for some destruction. Chris Hardwick and Veronica Belmont showcase the top Human Wrecking Balls inspired videos of not so smart people attempting to break stuff.
Scooter vs. Wall, Joe Somebody, Grover on Marriage, Superstar Guitar, Jones' Cheap Ass Daycare.
It's an odd German cartoon called 'Overslapen' and we found it on YouTube. Together, this equals another gem that we found on the Internet.

AOTS Tuesday, November 10

Posted November 10, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has finally hit store shelves and Morgan Webb stops by to talk about what fans can expect in this latest chapter of the ever popular FPS game. Find out if this game was worth the 2 hour wait last night at midnight!
If you take your music seriously, then it's time to tune in to our favorite sites that offer a new twist to music online. Check out the free TubeRadio.fm to create an online music library of YouTube videos or Myna, a new browser based music sequencer from Aviary.
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.
Alison Haislip takes us behind the scenes on the second season of Human Wrecking Balls, where the Pumphrey brothers find more things to break, smash, and utterly destroy. Chaos everywhere!
time to get your news feeding on and Alison Haislip is here to bring you the latest headlines, from Google bringing Wi-Fi to airports across the country for the holidays, hundreds of Facebook groups being hijacked, an update on 'The Hobbit' 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.
Laura Vandervoort sits down with Kevin Pereira to talk about the classic sci-fi remake, 'V' and her role as the sultry, extra-terrestrial Lisa. We want to believe, but only if all aliens look like her.
Tuesday means another round of new DVD releases. Chris Gore and Olivia Munn help you sort through the stack with their take on this week's picks, including 'Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut', the critically acclaimed 'Up' and the horror 'Dead Set'.
Life can be hard as a geek, but at least you can look good! Olivia Munn runs down the top geek chic apparel that brings style and nerdiness together, like the programmable LED t-shirt, Marc Ecko's Star Wars inspired hoodies and more.
Did someone order the funny videos with a side of chuckles? Oh, you did? Okay, we've got your order right here. It includes a stupid teenage biker, a chair with a sunny disposition, a bunny Mozart and an uber-realistic war simulation. Mmmm. Good stuff.

AOTS Thursday, October 22

Posted October 22, 2009 - By Moye Ishimoto
Jason "Mayhem" Miller and Blair Butler sit down with Kevin Pereira to talk about their picks for the upcoming UFC 104, featuring fights with Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio Shogun Rua and Cain Velasquez vs. Ben Rothwell. Let the MMA testosterone flow!
Hollywood is hot for vampires and Blair Herter is all over the latest bloodsucking film, 'Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant' in these interviews with stars John C. Reilly, Chris Massoglia and Salma Hayek. Cirque Du Freak, here we come!
Fursuits are amazing, but some people find them downright sexy. Learn about the wild side of people wearing animal costumes in this furry edition of WTF.
Get into the spooky Halloween spirit with these top blogs chock full of tutorials on DIY costumes and homemade horror filmmaking, like Make Magazine, Instructables and Indy Mogul.
Get your learning on with a news feeding from Kevin Pereira, who has stories on today's release of Windows 7, Blu-ray for the Xbox, Disney's Keychest technology and more.
Phillies Fan Goes Down, Giant Seagull, Seven with Laugh Track, Worst Rap Ever, Internet for KIDZ.
If you're tired of big 'game of the year' titles, then try something on an indie label, like Osmos by Hemisphere Games, the downloadable Eufloria, the point-and-click Machinarium and the side-scrolling Runman.
Take a break with the Sexy Yeti, who teaches us how to make a floral margarita arrangement, perfect for a sweet wedding or hot date.

AOTS Monday, October 12

Posted October 12, 2009 - By Moye Ishimoto
When the going gets tough, the Army sends in the unmanned ground vehicles to lead convoys through hostile environments. We take a look Autonomous Solution's remote control Guideline System, the C-130 Hercules and the Vecna BEAR robot.
Users of T-Mobile's Sidekick are currently facing data loss, all thanks to a catastrophic Microsoft/Danger server failure. Kevin Pereira and Engadget's Joshua Topolsky break down what this crisis could mean for mobile users.
If you're looking for a tiny media player, check out the Sans Clip which features up to 8 gb of storage, an FM tuner, voice recording and a convenient small size.
Alison Haislip kicks off a whole new week with the top news headlines, like Bryan Singer's possible return to direct another 'X-Men' movie, bugs in Apple's Snow Leopard which could lead to data loss, and more.
Red Bull gives you more than wings; they also give us the annual Soapbox Race! Alison Haislip visits the event with over 40 teams competing on a crash course filled with high speeds, high turns and high energy.
It's a testosterone filled edition of Attack This with these awesome gadgets to make you feel more manlier than ever, like the bottle opening Sinapsis tie, a gas powered blender, the extreme tailgating Freedom Grill, the Man Wall.
Kevin Pereira sits down with Alessandra Torresani to talk about her role on 'Caprica', the new series from the Battlestar Galactica universe about how humans first created and enslaved robot Cylons between two warring families.
Who at Apple approved this new iPhone App? Meet Puff! a new game from Japan that allows users to blow into or push their finger on a photo of a girl to reveal their skivvies. Check out our in-depth review and analysis of this very important game.
The best thing about Around the Net is that...well, pretty much everything about it is great, especially when it's filled to the max with Clown Core music videos, face plants, hilarious talking animals and a special friendship between a chicken and a cat.
Celebrate the delicious Cocktober fest by gobbling up Colonel Duck Bucket's meaty bounty!

AOTS Monday, September 28

Posted September 28, 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.
Jessica Drew is back as Spider-Woman in a whole new form with Marvel's motion comic series. Check out the world premiere of their exclusive new music video featuring the arachnid superheroine.
You look like you could use a massage. Of course, in this economy can you really afford such an extravagance? You're probably better off just letting ATN, with its videos showcasing a singer blindsided by a parachute, a man obsessed with poo pants, a crazy mayor and a twisted take on the Wizard of Oz melt away that tension in your shoulders and lower back.
Sexpert Anna David is back on the streets of Los Angeles to get to the bottom of questions like the chances of knowing a girl up with the pull-out method, the reality of men and women's sexual primes and what girls say to each other about guys.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
There's no better city to host a scavenger hunt than the crazy product-filled Tokyo. Alison Haislip heads up the game to scrounge up weird flavored candy and anime porn in the bright capital of Japan. Sadly, no used underwear vending machines were found.
Explosions and pyrotechnics are more than just awesome booms and pretty colors. Learn about how thermite reactions work from mixing aluminum with rust to create the fiery outbursts you see in action movies and rock shows.
Resident Evil...
Laptops come thin and light, but Chris Hardwick and Alison Haislip find out if they can be even affordable like the Acer Timeline notebook that weighs only 3.5lbs and comes with 8 hours of battery life and 4 gigs of RAM, all for $550.
Blair Herter kicks off this week's news feeding with stories on Apple's daily 6.6 million downloads of apps, the world's first USB 3.0 hard drive from Freecom, and more.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
Comedian Doug Benson joins Chris Hardwick to talk about his new Medical Marijuana tour where he and his friends will attempt to perform in all 13 states that have legalized medical pot with plenty of snack breaks in between.
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.
The UNSC and the Covenant venture away from your Xbox and into the world of animation with this trailer for the new Halo anime anthology. Master Chief has never looked this good or adorable.

James L. VenableThe next time you're sitting in a theater watching the latest Hollywood blockbuster or sitting on your couch zoning out to your favorite TV show, try for a second to ignore the good looking actors, the well written dialogue and the expensive sets and zero in on the underlying element which completes the scene, yet so often goes ignored by the conscious mind, the musical score. Today, we're taking a moment to profile one of Hollywood's special songsmiths, master composer for film, television and video games, who has worked on projects such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the Scary Movie series, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Powerpuff Girls, Clerks: The Animated Series and Samurai Jack James L. Venable.

What inspired you to become a composer?

I originally started off on piano. My grandmother made me take lessons and I was sort of a reluctant student, but I did kind of enjoy messing around with the piano and just seeing what kind of melodies I could come up with on my own. When I got into high school, I saw the opportunity to get into rock bands and that sort of thing and I decided to switch over to the drum set. That was always kind of a cooler more fun thing, so I thought I could meet more girls that way anyway. So, what I did was (this was all in the 80s when synthesizers were really coming to forefront and electronic drums were kind of a big thing), I decided the best way to get into those was to get a sampler. So, I bought my Ensoniq Mirage, which was the first portable sampler. It had like, I don't know, half a meg of RAM or some ridiculous, low amount of memory, but you could kind of put your drums in there and I hooked up pads to it and I realized it could sample so much more than percussion and drums, so I bought a keyboard for it and that's when I kind of decided, "Well this would be kind of neat if I could use these tools to create my own music and I could drum to it.” Because I'm not really lyrically driven, I started looking into the world of instrumental music and I saw that it has a really great life in film and television. So, what lead me to film and TV music was just sort of messing around with my drums and the technology and doing instrumental music.

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AOTS Tuesday, August 18

Posted August 18, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
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.
Welcome Home Kevin
Olivia Munn gives a special welcome home to co-host Kevin Pereira.
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.
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.
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.
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.
After a cat massage gone wrong, Kevin Pereira has a heart to heart talk with God in Cat Heaven.
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