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AOTS Monday, May 17

Posted May 17, 2010 - 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.
Kevin Pereira and Morgan Webb bring another round of the AOTS Faxathon, and this time, they'll be joined by the lovable Fax Bear and his hot wife. Warm up those fax machines and tune in at 7PM ET to find out how you can send them a special message!
Resident Evil...
The Sony Dash brings the web right to your fingertips with a 7" touch screen, wireless connectivity and over a thousand free apps like Netflix, Pandora and Facebook. Morgan Webb and Kevin Pereira find out how much entertainment, social networking and information the Dash can bring you for $200.
Brigitte Dale heads over to the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles to celebrate Troma's 35th anniversary of iconic films like 'The Toxic Avenger' and 'Poultrygeist.' Watch as she catches up with LLoyd Kaufman and his loyal fans on the fate of indie films.
It's time to head back to the Far East with Chris Gore and Jeff Wong where they talk about their latest picks of Asian Cinema, like 'Ichi,' a new take on the classic blind assassin legend Zatoichi, vampires in South Korean with 'Thirst' and anime bounty hunters in 'Cazador de la Bruja.'
The best part about being an adult is being able to buy any toy you want. Morgan Webb brings you more gadgets for your toy chest, like a Wiimote Zapper, the Arduino Nerf Gun and more.
the feed
Get your Monday news feeding with Blair Herter, who covers stories from the Quit Facebook Day planned for May 31st, updates to the '20,000' Leagues' movie projects, and more.
Train Near Miss, We Are LeBron, Junkyard Dov, He-Man Said, "Hey," Super Sexy CPR.
Google's Street View cars have accidentally been collecting private Wi-Fi data as they roam the streets snapping photos for their online maps. Kevin Pereira talks to Tom Krazit from CNET to talk about how this snafu was discovered, Google's actions and what this means for web privacy.

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