AVGN: The Movie Trailer #2 Arrives Along With A Digital Release Date

Posted by Ben Huber on Jul 14, 2014 in Fandom

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James Rolfe, the Angry Video Game Nerd, is just about to realize his dream of making his own film. He (and his crew) have been working hard and they’ll be premiering the film at the Egyptian Theater in LA on July 21st (already sold out, sadly). However, along with a new trailer, they’ve announced a digital release date for the film: September 2nd. That’s not too far off! There are still some theater showings with available tickets, so if you want to see it on the big screen, check here. The movie seems pretty timely with the recent E.T. dig that happened! Read more…

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Lloyd Kaufman and The Angry Video Game Nerd Play Toxic Crusaders

Posted by Ben Huber on May 5, 2013 in Cinema, Videogames

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Yes, THAT Lloyd Kaufman. The master of shlock and shock, director of Toxic Avenger and Tromeo and Juliet, Lloyd Kaufman, is featured in the latest episode of the Angry Video Game Nerd. Apparently Kaufman is also making an appearance in the AVGN’s upcoming movie, so perhaps he was in town and did this as well. But holy crap, this is an insane episode. Mostly just to see Kaufman hamming it up and pretending he knows how to play a video game (the overactive hand motions had me laughing). And as you can expect, it’s terribly NSFW, and ends in the grossest way possible (puke and feces are involved), but what else would you expect from these two teaming up? Watch the video below. Read more…

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Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie Gets its First Trailer

Posted by Ben Huber on Nov 12, 2012 in Cinema, Videogames

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I’ve always had a love for the Angry Video Game Nerd. James Rolfe does a great job with the character and you can really feel his love for games shine through all the rage and excitement. His fundraiser to create a movie based around the AVGN was a big success, and after a ton of filming, they finally released the first trailer for the project. I hope you were expecting something as campy and hilarious as his usual stuff, because the 80s B-movie style shines through wonderfully here. The Nerd looks to be investigating one of gaming’s best-known urban legends: the Atari E.T. cartridge burial grounds. A perfect subject for the movie, I’m really excited to finally see it when it’s done. Watch the trailer below! Read more…

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