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Angry Video Game Nerd

Specials 2006 - 2021
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  • 2006-06-19T18:00:00Z on Amazon
  • 20 mins
  • 9 days, 9 hours, 20 mins (676 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
  • Comedy, Documentary
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708 episodes

Special 1 AVGN Theme Original Recording

  • 2006-06-19T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Angry Nerd theme song - original recording.

Special 4 Toilet Tuesday

  • 2006-08-27T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Part of ScrewAttack's Toilet Tuesday series. This is a parody of the Nintendo 64 Kid, an internet meme.

Special 5 The Anger Begins

  • 2006-09-29T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

A 1988 Home video which contains footage of a young James Rolfe getting angry at his Super Mario Bros. game on his birthday.

Special 6 Wii Salute

  • 2006-11-19T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

The Nerd reenacts the competition between video consoles (mainly the competition between Nintendo and Sega). The Nerd at the end claims he is rooting for Nintendo's success with their Wii console

Special 8 Movie Quote Doom

  • 2006-12-20T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Movie Quote of The Week Doom

Special 9 Top 10 2006

  • 2006-12-31T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

A look at the highlights of 2006.

Special 10 Duck Tales

  • 2007-02-10T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

DuckTales (NES). The nerd takes a look at Scrooge McDuck in Duck Tales. This is a positive review for ScrewAttack's Video Game Vault series.

Special 11 Uncensored Interview

  • 2007-03-21T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

The complete uncensored interview featuring everyone's favorite foul-mouthed gamer, The Angry Video Game Nerd.

Special 12 Captain S and AVGN Unite!

  • 2007-08-04T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Trailer for the upcoming AVGN and Captain S Save X-Mas.

Special 13 AVGN and Captain S Save X-Mas

  • 2007-10-09T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Video Land's one true hero and the angriest gamer you've ever heard join forces to save Christmas.

Special 14 Top 10 2007

  • 2008-01-01T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

A look at the highlights of 2007.

Special 16 Ricky 1 Review

  • 2008-07-28T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Rocky movie review by the nerd.

The final battle between the nerd and the critic. Finish him!

Special 18 James Rolfe - Meet the Nerd!

  • 2008-10-29T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Meet James Rolfe, the brilliant mind behind the Angry Video Game Nerd.

You’ve seen him battle the Joker and Jason Voorhees. You’ve seen him tear Superman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles a new one. You’ve seen him unload his ass on the shitty games that suck ass.

Now, at last, meet the man behind the myth!

Special 19 Frankenstein Outtakes

  • 2008-11-04T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Outtakes from the frankenstein review.

Special 22 Top 10 2008

  • 2009-02-26T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

A look at the highlights of 2008.

Special 23 NES Collection

  • 2009-03-09T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

The nerd shows his NES collection.

Special 24 Playin' Odyssey

  • 2009-04-27T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

The Nerd takes a look at the first home video game system!

Special 25 Ghostbusters XBox 360 Review

  • 2009-08-17T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

The nerd caves to fan torment and reviews the new ghostbusters game.

Special 26 Crazy Castle Outtakes

  • 2009-08-20T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Outtakes from the Crazy Castle review.

Special 29 American Movie Quotes

  • 2010-02-10T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

As a lot of you already know, one of my favorite movies is American Movie. Many times, I’ve quoted it in AVGN episodes. Here are some examples, just for shits and giggles.

Special 30 Top 20 AVGN Rants

  • 2010-03-17T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Prior to a short hiatus, the Nerd fills us in on his personal favorite rants.

Special 31 Ninja Gaiden Outtakes

  • 2010-04-07T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Outtakes from the Ninja Gaiden review.

Special 32 Bloody Outtakes

  • 2010-06-04T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

I was in charge of blood effects and victim to a cannibalistic Britney Spears!

Special 33 E3 2010 Recap Day 1

  • 2010-06-16T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

E3 DAY 1 - Zelda: Skyward Sword, Donkey Kong Country Returns

Special 34 E3 2010 Recap Day 2

  • 2010-06-17T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

E3 DAY 2 - Mortal Kombat, Sonic 4, Contra (Hard Corps Uprising), Castlevania, Batman, Epic Mickey

Special 35 E3 2010 Recap Day 3

  • 2010-06-18T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

E3 DAY 3 - Nintendo 3DS, and other stuff.

Special 36 Future Plans - AVGN The Movie

  • 2010-09-23T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

As hinted several times before, an AVGN feature film is planned. The script was finished two years ago, and it may still take another two years or so before it's finally made. For the moment, my main priority is keeping up with the online videos. I know this will stir up some early hype, but I just want to let everyone know that it's planned. The video explains it better.

James Rolfe read "Worlds of Power: Megaman 2" Chapters 1-4.

James Rolfe read "Worlds of Power: Megaman 2" Chapters 5-8.

James Rolfe read "Worlds of Power: Megaman 2" Chapters 9-12.

James Rolfe read "Worlds of Power: Megaman 2" Chapters 13-15.

James Rolfe read "Worlds of Power: Megaman 2" Chapters 16-21.

By popular request. My first impression of the new Castlevania game.

Special 47 AVGN Visits Digital Press

  • 2010-12-06T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

AVGN Digital Press Fan Signing Dec 4th 2010

Special 48 Holiday Memories

  • 2010-12-08T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

The nerd revisits some cherished holiday memories!

Cinemassacre takes a look at the 1994 direct to video Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles holiday special “We Wish You A Turtles Christmas”.

Special 50 Magfest 2011 Coverage

  • 2011-01-25T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

James plays arcades and checks out stuff at Magfest

Special 51 Inking An AVGN Title Card

  • 2011-02-09T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

For anyone that’s interested in the creative process that goes into making an AVGN title card here’s a speed-up video of Mike inking the Star Wars drawing.

I still get a lot of questions about the toaster seen in my AVGN videos. Yes, it is an actual toaster that plays NES games. I first mentioned the Nintoaster in the Atari Jaguar Part 2 episode and first began using the Nintoaster itself in the Action 52 episode. For those who haven’t seen it yet, here is a video that details the making of the Nintoaster in the style of an 80’s instructional video.

Special 53 AVGN Message

  • 2011-06-01T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Update on the AVGN movie and show

Special 54 TooManyGames Con 2011

  • 2011-06-06T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

James at the Too Many Games Convention

Special 55 Ninja Baseball Batman

  • 2011-07-29T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

A special message about an obscure game that blows your mind!

Special 56 PAX 2011 Highlights

  • 2011-09-03T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

The Angry Video Game Nerd at Pax 2011.

These are outtakes from the AVGN Episode (#104) Nintendo World Championships

Over the past 7 years, James Rolfe's "The Angry Video Game Nerd" series has amassed a huge internet audience worldwide. The show generally revolves around retro game reviews that involve bitter rants against games he deems to be of particularly low-quality or poor design. With over 670,000 YouTube subscribers and 30 million hits monthly on his own company website (cinemassacre.com), James sets out to culminate his popular internet franchise with "Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie."

Special 60 Contra Memories

  • 2011-11-02T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

James Rolfe steps outside the Nerd character to recount some cherished memories of finally beating one of the most classic games on NES!

Special 61 IndieGoGo Special Message

  • 2011-11-07T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Special video message from James for IndieGoGo donaters.

Special 62 IndieGoGo Thank You

  • 2011-11-11T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Thanks everyone for donating so much to our IndieGoGo page to get the AVGN Movie going. Behind the scenes, my team and I have been working very hard to get everything ready for the shoot. The filming could take place any time between January and May 2012. It's time to make a damn movie.

Without revealing plot details, here’s a vague idea of a future horror film I hope to make.

Special 66 AVGN Panel Magfest 2012

  • 2012-01-11T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Angry Video Game Nerd Panel at Magfest 2012

Special 68 AVGN – Autographs & Arcade

  • 2012-01-13T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Meeting fans at Magfest and checking out the arcade

Special 69 AVGN DVD Intro Remix

  • 2012-01-14T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

This was a theme song remix edited for an AVGN DVD intro. Original theme song by Kyle Justin. Remix by Cusimo & Co.

We’ve looked at a lot of film locations in Los Angeles and have seen some really cool stuff. We even happened to stumble upon a set that was being dressed for Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film. Awesome!

Special 72 Shit Reel

  • 2012-02-01T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Bonus Feature from Vol 1 now streamed on Cinemassacre.com.

Special 73 Fan Art Montage

  • 2012-02-05T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

You can see all the AVGN Fan Art here.

Special 74 AVGN: Bugs Bunny Commentary

  • 2012-02-08T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Birthday Blowout commentary with James and Mike

Special 75 Nerd Log – Ramblings

  • 2012-02-14T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

It’s about time there’s another update on the AVGN Movie. Well, we got one, but it just turned into us rambling. Lately we’ve been buried with casting, but have had some great leads. Sorry for the vagueness. We have more logs coming up.

This was the Making Of from the AVGN Volume One DVD from 2006 now streamed on Cinemassacre.com.

Not to be confused with “The Making Of The Angry Video Game Nerd” which was Episode 102 from 2011.

Special 80 Sega 3D Glasses

  • 2012-02-29T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

Short Volume 4 Bonus Feature now streaming on Cinemassacre.com.

We’re in our final stretch of casting for the AVGN Movie. It’s been a tough decision.

Special 83 Angry Nintendo Nerd Outtakes

  • 2012-03-07T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

These are outtakes from the AVGN Volume One. This is the first time they have been posted online.

Outtakes from the Super Mario Bros. 3 episode.

Special 87 AVGN appears in Pop Fiction

  • 2012-03-23T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

AVGN appears in the latest Pop-Fiction episode.

No turning back. Time to go! Let’s make a movie!

Special 89 AVGN: Bugs Bunny Outtakes

  • 2012-03-28T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout Outtakes

Special 90 Sonic Memories

  • 2012-04-01T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

James recounts some cherished memories of Sega's beloved Hedgehog, Sonic.

Special 93 AVGN Outtake Compilation

  • 2012-04-18T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Assortment of outtakes from AVGN Episodes Christmas 2007, Doublevision, Jaguar, Metal Gear, Virtual Boy, Wizard of Oz, Star Trek & Batman

Special 95 Nerd Room

  • 2012-04-25T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

This is a bonus feature from the AVGN Volume 3 DVD.

Special 96 Crazy Castle Outtakes

  • 2012-05-02T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

A short outtake from crazy castle has been posted before. (Click here to see) But this is a much longer assortment of outtakes from the AVGN Volume 4 DVD.

Special 99 Hanging Out In The Nerd Room

  • 2012-05-09T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

James and Mike take a look around the Nerd room.

Special 103 AVGN Movie Update

  • 2012-05-25T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Filmmaking advice and Cinemassacre updates from James.

Special 104 MAGfest X - AVGN Panel

  • 2012-01-10T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

You want the first details of the AVGN movie? James divulged them at his panel at MAGfest X. Catch the whole thing here.

Special 106 AVGN Memories: Mortal Kombat

  • 2012-07-05T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

The Nerd gets nostalgic for all things Mortal Kombat – well, the original trilogy anyway.

Special 107 Con Bravo 2012: Doug & James

  • 2012-07-30T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Con Bravo was my first appearance at a gaming convention outside the USA. It took place in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. I was glad to be there. My schedule was jam-packed with interviews, panels and autograph signings, one of which was taking place at A&C Game Store in Toronto.
Unfortunately, my wife and I spent the first day sitting at the airport waiting for our flight which was delayed perpetually. Turns out, after hours and hours of waiting, the flight was straight out CANCELLED. No one was there in person to help us rebook our flights. Their customer service was shit. After waiting on hold on the phone and struggling to get any wi-fi access out of our laptop, we found out there were no more flights open until the next day. Eventually, we chose to rent a car and drive. I wasn’t going to let anyone down!
Since we missed the first day, my schedule got really crammed. Furthermore, my main panel got cancelled, because the line at the autograph signing was never-ending. Most people seemed to prefer the autograph opportunity over the panel. In fact, the whole line applauded when we announced we would be extending the signing. We obviously didn’t want to turn anyone away.
Even though my panel had to be cancelled, I got to be on a panel with Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic) who is really great at entertaining crowds. Here is some video of the panel. It was recorded on an iPhone and is only brief clips. The video and audio quality isn’t that great, but it was the best we could do. I almost brought my real camera, but I’m glad I didn’t try because it would have been extra luggage that I’d have to check at the airport. After the flight was cancelled, they withheld everyone’s luggage until the following day. No, they couldn’t even unload the fucking cargo compartment and give everyone their luggage back!
The fans who came out were great! They were all very nice people and seemed truly happy to see me there. That means a lot to me. Thanks for all the p

This is a 32 minute guide to relaxation and inner peace. It’s something I always thought about doing as a joke, sort of like something Andy Kaufman would’ve done. It’s kind of along the lines of reading the Mega Man 2 book out loud.
It’s also something that you can genuinely enjoy and use to help yourself relax or drift away to the land of sleep.

The Nerd revisits the classic kart racer that started it all.

Impromptu video where Mike Matei discusses his involvement with the AVGN videos, and gives his outside perspective of AVGN and James Rolfe’s other films.

“Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie” is a passion project by independent filmmakers James Rolfe and Kevin Finn, based on the popular web series. The film is being produced outside the studio system, entirely funded by fan donations. Principle photography took place in Spring of 2012, in the Los Angeles area, with Jason Brewer as the DP. Additional filming is taking place on the East Coast. Editing is in its early stages.
The film is inspired by the famous Atari video game burial of 1982. Atari produced a game based on the biggest blockbuster movie of that year, E.T., and rushed it to meet the deadline for the Christmas shopping season. It was a commercial failure and millions of unsold game cartridges were buried in a desert landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Coincidentally, it’s not too far from Roswell, the landing site of a different kind of E.T.
The Trailer features music by Bear McCreary (Battlestar Gallactica, The Walking Dead). The track is called “Maverick Regeneration” and can be downloaded as part of the Play for Japan album. All proceeds go to help earthquake victims in Japan.
The final slate says “Coming this lifetime” because we have no idea how long it will take to complete. Any attempt to guess will only prove ourselves wrong. Independent films take a long time to finish. This one is no exception. It’s eventually expected to be released on DVD and/or Blu-ray, and to be available around the world, after showing to some live audiences in theater venues. Digital downloads is also an option. The immediate goal is to finish the film first.

Coverage of the live event hosted by James Rolfe, celebrating the release of the AVGN Movie Trailer on November 9th 2012, at the historic Colonial Theater in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, where The Blob was filmed.

Special 113 Alien Storm (Genesis)

  • 2012-11-21T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

James and Mike casually check out Alien Storm for the Sega Genesis

AVGN Volume 6 is officially here and James is here to give you a personal walkthrough of it's contents.

James Rolfe and Mike Matei check out a strange NES cart sent in as a donation.

It's a simple question but James has all his favorites broken down by category.

Episode Outtakes for AVGN Episode 110 Ikari Warriors

As the whole internet knows, the Atari landfill, resting place of the worst game of all time, will be excavated after 30 years. Should the truth be uncovered or should it be kept buried in the past where it belongs?

Special 123 Cinemassacre Mailbag #4

  • 2012-03-12T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

"...kick so much ass that I will need new butt cheeks!" See what other gems James finds in the Mailbag this time!

Special 124 Cinemassacre Mailbag #5

  • 2012-04-23T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Will James ever stop cursing in his videos? Why would someone even ask that?

Special 125 Cinemassacre Mailbag #6

  • 2012-07-15T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

People were enjoying AVGN even since they were a sperm cell in their dad's ball sack.

Special 126 Cinemassacre Mailbag #7

  • 2012-06-08T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Wait, where did those rubber dicks go?

Special 127 Cinemassacre Mailbag #8

  • 2012-08-26T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Prepare to laugh so hard you'll do physical damage to yourself.

Special 128 Cinemassacre Mailbag #9

  • 2012-09-24T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Lets hope that James doesn't get caught at Walmart.

Special 129 Cinemassacre Mailbag #10

  • 2012-10-25T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

We now get off at faster speeds with DSL modems.

Special 130 Top 10 Hardest NES Games

  • 2013-10-14T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

AVGN takes a look back and highlights the hardest NES games that the Nerd has reviewed so far.

These are the games with the worst controls that the Nerd has reviewed so far.

Special 132 Top 10 Worst NES Games

  • 2013-11-07T19:00:00Z — 20 mins

The Nerd picks his 10 least favorite NES games that he's reviewed so far!

These are the games with the toughest jumps from videos the Nerd has done so far.

The Nerd picks his the 10 worst endings to games he's reviewed so far!

Special 153 Big Rigs Commercial

  • 2014-03-21T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Here's the commercial for Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing (2003)

Special 170 The Original Nerd Room

  • 2014-05-21T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

This month marks the 10 year anniversary since James Rolfe made the Castlevania II: Simon's Quest video. The very first Angry Video Game Nerd episode. (At the time called Bad NES Games) Here James looks at his old bedroom where the first episode was made.

Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise! This is an unfinished & abandoned AVGN episode which was included as a DVD bonus feature on AVGN Vol 6.

Angry Video Game Nerd and Pat The NES Punk team up to review two Nintendo Entertainment System games: The Adventures of Bayou Billy & The Punisher!

This video was recorded in front of a small crowd at midnight JUNE 28th 2014. This took place at the TooManyGames After Party event and AVGN 10th Anniversary celebration. Speeches conducted by Mike Matei, Bad Luck Bootsy and Kyle Justin. After the speeches we screened the oldest surviving VHS copy of the first two nerd videos. Castlevania II: Simon's Quest and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. The panel ended with a Q&A session.

This video, James Rolfe and Mike Matei give their thoughts on the new film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014). Here's a link to our old video on this subject recorded a few years back "New TMNT Movie: James & Mike's Thoughts"

James talks about the final phase of the movie production: the release. This involves the theatrical screenings, the upcoming digital release, and the upcoming DVD/ Blu-ray. This is just a generic update, in celebration of the movie's completion!

Special 193 AVGN Movie Tour Montage

  • 2014-08-19T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Here is a bunch of clips from the recent Angry Video Game Nerd MOVIE TOUR. The movie has been screening to live audiences, and will become available as a digital download beginning September 2, 2014. DVD and Blu-ray will be coming by the end of the year, packed with bonus features.

"History of the Nerd" is a song about Cinemassacre preformed by Kyle Justin at the Symphony Space in NYC August 8th 2014.

Special 196 AVGN panel at SGC 2014

  • 2014-08-28T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

AVGN panel recorded July 12th, 2014 by Twitch at SGC. This was uploaded before, but we tried correcting the audio because it was hard to hear.

The AVGN Movie makes its internet debut on Vimeo!

We are looking into additional outlets for online distribution, but all the others take much longer to process. In the future, we expect to have the movie available on some other sites too.

Also, the DVD/Blu-ray is in production. It will include a feature-length Behind-The-Scenes documentary, outtakes, deleted/extended scenes, a commentary track, some surprises, and the feature movie in 5.1 surround sound. We expect to have it ready by November/December.

Intro and Q&A session from the Angry Video Game Nerd Movie screening at the Symphony Space, New York City. August 8th, 2014, with Kevin Finn and James Rolfe, the writers and directors. (Edited between the two back-to-back screenings)

The introduction and Q&A at the world premiere of Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie, in Hollywood, at the historic Grauman's Egyptian Theater, July 21, 2014, with cast and crew.

Special thanks to William Demolee for filming, and to Jackie for submitting additional footage and pics.

The introduction and Q&A at the "Comic Con" screening of Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie, in San Diego CA, at the Reading Gaslamp Theater, July 24, 2014, with Kevin Finn and James Rolfe, the writer/directors. Hosted by Pat Contri.

In this video Mike Matei reviews Mario Adventure, a hack of Super Mario Bros. 3 for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

The introduction and Q&A at the first East Coast USA screening of Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie, in Phoenixville PA, at the historic Colonial Theater where the classic monster movie The Blob was filmed. Introduced by Mike Matei and Kyle Justin.

McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure was developed by Treasure and published by Sega in 1993. It stars fast food legend Ronald McDonald who’s here to serve up all the nutrition calories and McDonalds awesomeness he can in this (somewhat) forgotten platformer for the Sega Genesis.
How many McDonalds are there in the world ? Who cares! Wouldn’t you rather know how many sweet games Treasure Co produced? Find out that and more in this game review by Mike Matei of McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure for Sega Genesis! There are plenty of Fast Food articles out there on the internet, but how many reviews are there of the Sega Genesis game?! Not nearly enough! So what are you doing reading this silly description!? Go watch the video! Ronald McDonald commands you! =P

Howard Scott Warshaw, the programmer of Atari's E.T. "the worst game of all time", speaks about it's legacy and about what it was like working on the AVGN Movie.

The AVGN must overcome his phobia of the worst video game in the world to save his fans.

AVGN panel recorded July 12th, 2014 by Twitch at SGC.

In this video we play Nosferatu for the SNES! Stay tuned for another bonus video tomorrow! Also, I noticed I said the music for Rocky & Bullwinkle on NES is awful. There's a specific part in the game I'm talking about. It's not the first stage or anything.

In this video, Mike Matei reviews Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II for Xbox 360. It was developed by LucasArts and released in 2010. The Force Unleashed II is a follow up to Star Wars: The Force Unleashed from 2008. In this sequel, you control the clone of StarKiller (Darth Vader’s secret apprentice). Find out more about this action-adventure hack ’n slash in the review!

Another Top 10 from the AVGN Clip Collection. This is some of the worst music AVGN ever heard on the NES! (From videos the Nerd has done so far)

Another Top 10 from the AVGN Clip Collection. This is the Top Ten unexpected Nerd moments! (From videos the Nerd has done so far)

The Nerds Top 5 Worst Gaming Accessories! (From videos the Nerd has done so far)

It totals about 10 hours of bonus content, (12 hours including the main feature film), which is insane! That doesn’t even count the audio commentary track, and audience reaction track. It should be noted that half of the bonus content has already been posted online in some form like the trailers, web updates, Q&A’s, etc, now all together at home in one package, but it’s still about 5 hours of DVD/Blu-ray exclusives (9 hours of exclusives if you count the bonus audio tracks).

Note: The DVD version is not yet available. Getting it on a Blu-ray was a much bigger task, and we assume most people would want that. So the DVD will be coming later.

Note: The Blu-Ray is REGION FREE.

MAIN FEATURE
with Scene Selections and Subtitles (all the same languages currently on Vimeo)

AUDIO TRACKS
1. Stereo
2. 5.1 Surround
3. Commentary with Sean, Kevin, James
4. Audience reaction track (using the best existing audio from the Egyptian Theater premiere in Hollywood, and New York City)

VFX – BEFORE AND AFTER – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (11 mins, 25 secs)

COSTUMES – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (9 mins, 21 secs)

SPECIAL EFFECTS – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (39 mins, 53 secs)

ON SET WITH DEATH MWAUTHZYX – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (48 mins, 24 secs)

CAST – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (15 mins, 13 secs)

HSW (9 mins, 20 secs)

MUSIC & SOUND – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (15 mins, 26 secs)

OUTTAKES – Lloyd Kaufman – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (2 mins, 6 secs)

OUTTAKES – Eddie Pepitone – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (2 mins, 36 secs)

OUTTAKES – Van Chase – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (3 mins, 35 seconds)

OUTTAKES – Nerd’s game reviews – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (4 mins, 55 secs)

OUTTAKES – Justin Carmical (in memory) – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (1 min, 53 secs)

BLOOPER REEL – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (9 mins, 21 secs)

FAN REEL – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (3 mins, 25 secs)

DELETED SCENE – “Nerds Before Birds” – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (1 min, 39 secs)

DELETED SCENE – Original Ending – DVD/BD EXCLUSIVE (37 sec

Note: I’m aware Nintendo has a contract with K’nex and that’s why there are no Nintendo themed Legos. What I mean is, it’s just a shame that they don’t exist. Because Nintendo Legos would be awesome!

This was a review I did a while back, but since then “Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara” has been released on various systems. Years back you could only play it in the arcade or for the Sega Saturn (Japan only).
However, in the past few years it’s been released on Xbox Live Arcade, PSN, Steam and Nintendo E-shop. It’s STILL one of my favorite arcade beat em’ ups of all time, and if you have never played it, you should give it a try. Note: For digital download releases, they've packaged it with Tower of Doom and now it's called “Chronicles of Mystara”.

EPISODES..
AVGN Games
Wish List Pt 1
Wish List Pt 2
Big Rigs
Desert Bus
Beetlejuice

EXTRAS
Video Commentary on the year (Behind-the-scenes)
Outtakes
Game Gear review (Mike)
Ghostbusters Leftovers (Mike)
SGC Panel 2014
TMG Panel 2014
TMG AVGN 10 Year Anniversary speeches

Q*bert's Qubes game review by Mike Matei. Q*bert's Qubes was originally a coin-operated arcade game by Mylstar made in 1983. There was also a home port for the ColecoVision but here I focus on the somewhat rare Atari 2600 version.

In this video Mike Matei discusses several different versions of Wizard of Wor. Arcade, Atari 2600 and others. Wizard of Wor is essentially like a cross between Pac-man & Berzerk. Along with Gauntlet, it was one of the few early arcade games that used voice clips. WOW is also available on PS2 and PSP in Midway's Arcade Treasures Volume 2 and Midway Arcade Origins on Xbox 360.

Join the Nerd and friends as they blast their way through 10 levels of fun, fast paced 2D action based on the AVGN's adventures in his online series. With multiple playable characters, power ups, cameos galore, tons of secrets, and more, we've made a game that all fans of video games will enjoy. So grab that gamepad and pick up a copy of AVGNA today!

Don't have a Wii U? Live on a different rock? Don't worry! Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures will be coming to the 3DS and Europe shortly!

Please visit Nintendo eShop on Wii U to purchase! Click on eShop, then do a search for "AVGN".

Hooking up Multiple Video Game Systems by Mike Matei
Fans having been asking me for quite a while about how I hook up all my game consoles. My setup isn’t the most efficient thing in the world, but it gets the job done. There are probably better switchers out there I could be using, but this is just the way I’ve been doing it. I use mostly basic RCA Splitters that can be bought at local stores like Radio Shack and Target.
I would like to improve the way I have everything hooked up however. So if you have any ideas on how I can improve my gaming setup, please let me know.

I know there are 8 way RCA splitters out there, but really I need one more extreme then that, which is why I haven’t bothered upgrading. I need something that does more like 20 way…
What I really need is something that can has more ports for HDMI, Coaxial & RCA all together..

Here’s a list of the systems that are hooked up at my apartment now. And what method I’m using for each.

Nintendo Entertainment system (NES) - RCA (modded)
Famicom - Coaxial (i’d like to get a modded fermium but don’t have one yet)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) - RCA
Nintendo 64 - RCA
Gamecube - RCA
Sega Genesis - RCA
Sega Saturn - RCA
Panasonic 3DO - RCA
Turbo Duo - RCA
Xbox - RCA
Playstation 2 - RCA
Dreamcast - RCA
Sega Master System - RCA
Atari 7800 - RCA (modded)
Atari 5200 - RCA (modded)
Wii U - HDMI
Retron 5 - HDMI
Xbox 360 - HDMI
Playstation 3 - HDMI
Ouya - HDMI

A Blu-ray that comes with a Batmobile! What more could you want? But don’t let the Joker near it or Bruce Wayne will need some auto insurance quotes =D

Let's Play Axiom Verge with Mike and Ryan! Cinemassacre's website designer joins Mike Matei to check out Axiom Verge! An indie game, largely inspired by Metroid for Playstation 4, Playstation Vita and Microsoft Windows. Here we play the PS4 version!

Let’s Play Shovel Knight featuring Battletoads! This is a video game for Xbox One and is also on PlayStation Vita! This gameplay playthrough / walkthrough was recorded by Mike & Ryan!

We hope you enjoy the preview of Shovel Knights Battletoads!
(Note: The Playstation 4 version has Kratos from God of War)

Let's Play Lakeview Cabin Collection, an indie game made to be like a slasher film! This game is for PC and is available on Steam. This walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough was recorded by Mike & Ryan!

In May 1996, I learned the trials of filmmaking, while making a horror movie titled "A Night of Total Terror". Shortly afterwards, I documented it, with a behind-the-scenes video, made in July 1996. The original VHS-C tape of the documentary was damaged beyond repair. Recently, I discovered a 2nd generation copy, and used clips from it, to make this new documentary, in 2015.

The original "A Night of Total Terror" was 30 minutes long, but has gone through minor re-edits over the years.

Special 316 AVGN Season One

  • 2015-06-24T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

This is the entire first season of the Angry Video Game Nerd compiled into one single video for your viewing convenience!
Another alternative for watching the episodes is using the series playlists.

Mike Matei's Video Game Collection Room Tour with AlphaOmegaSin! In this video we talk about some NES, Super Nintendo and Atari 2600 games. As well as Godzilla & Legend of Zelda action figures! (Part 2 coming soon where we'll look at more stuff!)

Let's Play Farming Simulator 15 developed by Giants Software. Mike & Ryan show you a simulation game where you can manage your own farm! Get ready to Harvest, Plant and PLOW your way into episode 5 of Talk About Games!

Let's Play Guild of Dungeoneering! Mike & Ryan try out a cool turn-based dungeon crawler for this episode of Talk About Games! Use cards to fight monsters and gain loot! It's a nerdy fun time!

Special 327 Ronin (PC) - Talk About Games

  • 2015-07-16T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Let's Play Ronin! For this episode of Talk About Games, Mike and Ryan look at Ronin! An indie action platformer with a vengeful heroine (much like Kill Bill).

Today is the 1 Year Anniversary of the premiere of Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie. The first public screening was on July 21, 2014 at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. It was an epic night for all of us.

Here, for the first time on YouTube, is the special effects documentary from the Blu-ray/DVD. It shows the creative process behind the practical effects in the film.

Most of the film was shot in the Los Angeles area, inside studios and exterior locations which all required expensive permits. We also worked with union cast and union crew members. It was a big production, but ironically, many of the effects were done with a small local crew, Cinemassacre-style, after I returned home to the East Coast.

Enjoy this documentary, which only gives a small glimpse at the making of the film. There is so much more to it. I plan to release more videos like this, over time.

Bootsy attempts to guide you through levels 1-4 of Battletoads for the NES - one of the hardest video games ever made!
This playthrough was done with NO WARPS or Continues! Performed on a real NES console. Part 2 coming soon, he will continue on with the game and guide you through several more levels.

Note: If you'd like to play the game and don't have an NES, Battletoads is coming out soon for the Xbox One's Rare Replay series.

Bakutoushi Patton-Kun (roughly translates to "Explosive Fighter Patton") is a multiplayer action game where the goal is to blow up the tanks of the other player! But what's with that load screen?!

Bootsy attempts to guide you through levels 5-7 of Battletoads for the NES - one of the hardest video games ever made!
This playthrough was done with NO WARPS or Continues! Performed on a real NES console. Part 3 coming soon, he will continue on with the game and guide you through several more levels.

Note: You can play this game now with Retro Replay on Xbox One!

Bootsy attempts to guide you through levels 8-10 of Battletoads for the NES - one of the hardest video games ever made!

This playthrough was done with NO WARPS or Continues! Performed on a real NES console. Part 3 coming soon, he will continue on with the game and guide you through several more levels.

Note: You can play this game now with Retro Replay on Xbox One!

Let's Play Layers of Fear for PC! A psychedelic horror where you take control over a crazy painter! We played through the early access version of the game, it was a lot of fun!

Relive all the frustrating experiences from all those "Where the fuck do I go?" type of games. All those times when you need to get Nintendo Power magazines.

Mike & Ryan get some hands on time with Guitar Hero Live at Activision's YouTube Space event!

Relive all the frustrating experiences from all those "Where the fuck do I go?" type of games. All those times when you need to get Nintendo Power magazines.

It's the first day of Fall! Let's get ready to celebrate the Halloween season, with the 9th annual Monster Madness! This time, it will be another random assortment of movie reviews. Classic horror, New horror, spanning the timeline from 1925-2015. I'll take care of lots of major league horror titles, and answer many of last year's requests from the fans. There's lots of coverage of Roger Corman, George Romero, and also Academy Award winning horror films. There's a big emphasize on public domain films, as well as unscripted videos with Mike in it. This time, Monster Madness will have a presence on YouTube, for the first time since it's original incarnation! About a dozen of the videos will be Cinemassacre.com exclusives, but for YouTube, those days will be filled in with reruns and re-edits that have never been on YouTube before. So wherever you're watching, you'll be getting 31 videos!

For now, here's a video showing the bumpers from all the past years, as well as a guide for newcomers.

Meet the cast from Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie. This is one of the many mini-documentaries on the Blu-ray, introducing all the main characters from the film, besides the Nerd.

Let's Play Transformers Devastation! Mike & Ryan get some hands on time with Transformers Devastation, an upcoming Beat 'em up video game based on the original G1 Transformers universe! The game is developed by PlatinumGames and published by Activision.

Happy October! James and Mike kick off the Halloween season with the remake of Ringu which made Asian Horror films more widely popular.

This is the first year in a long time when Monster Madness is going to have a presence on YouTube. Still, about 1/3 of the videos will be Cinemassacre.com exclusives (only on the website). In place of those videos, we will be posting old videos from previous Monster Madness years, that have never been on YouTube before. So it's still going to be 31 Monster Madness videos on YouTube.

Thanks to Travis from A Pyro Design for the logo!

Today, I bring you one of the early Roger Corman schlock-fests. The Wasp Woman (1959).

The sequel to AVGN Adventures is coming this winter: AVGN 2: ASSimilation! The Nerd is back for an all new Adventure! With new mechanics, new power ups, discoverable armor and abilities and so much more!

Special 359 Silent Horror Classics REVIEW

  • 2015-10-03T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

Monster Madness Rerun. Overview of early silent public domain horror films. Cabinet of Dr. Calgari, Nosferatu, Phantom of the Opera, Frankenstein 1910, Haxan.

This is no Disney film! James and Mike discuss the Adam Green horror chiller, about people stuck in a ski lift. Impressive how you can make a compelling horror film with basically only one single location.

Part 1 of 4. Full length commentary on the public domain horror film, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

Monster Madness Rerun.

Part 2 of 4. Full length commentary on the public domain horror film, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

Monster Madness Rerun.

Part 3 of 4. Full length commentary on the public domain horror film, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

Monster Madness Rerun.

Part 4 of 4. Full length commentary on the public domain horror film, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead.

Monster Madness Rerun.

Monster Madness Rerun, covering the Universal Mummy franchise. This is a much shorter re-edit, from what was originally all separate videos and longer.

James and Mike talk about one of the craziest Troma movies, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead, that is most EGGcelent.

See Lon Chaney, the first ever horror celebrity in an archetypical role as a mad scientist in an old dark house on a stormy night. All the classic cliches, in this early example from the silent era.

James and Doug play EVIL DEAD: Hail to the King! A survival horror game for Sega Dreamcast!

Special 370 ALIEN series REVIEW

  • 2015-10-09T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

From Ridley Scott to James Cameron, and beyond, see this re-edit of all my Alien series reviews from Cinemassacre.com. This is a much shorter condensed version.

Special 371 Is it Horror?

  • 2015-10-10T18:00:00Z — 20 mins

James and Mike discuss which movies belong in the horror genre.

Let's Play Prison Architect! Prison Architect is a strategy game for PC about building and Managing a maximum security prison. The game was publ