Matt Zaller asks hard questions and gets hard responses from the cast of American Reunion, in theaters April 6.
Scott gets a package from THQ, but Doug has other things on his mind.
Jason Segel and writers/directors Jay & Mark Duplass offer Metacafe's Scott Pierce some advice on being unemployed. And on developing the Domino's Thug Life video game we've all been waiting for.
Jeff, Who Lives at Home hits theaters March 16.
WWE Superstars Randy Orton, Zack Ryder, Alex Riley, Kelly Kelly, R-Truth, Wade Barrett, and Alberto Del Rio talk about who they'd take on in the ring
Scott geeks out over Troy Baker, William Fitchner, and talks jeeps with iJustine.
Scott and Doug take a look at the games that got them psyched for what's to come over the next year.
See Doug make fun of Scott's love for Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
Scott Pierce went down to LA to play the multiplayer in the new Warhammer.
Ready for some Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Saints Row the Third love? Sick of Felicia Day? And how good is Batman: Arkham City? See episode 3 and find out.
The stars were out (along with the D-List) at Call of Duty XP. It was awesome.
Doug and Scott take a look back at the games that stand out (so far) in 2K11.
Alex Blagg challenges writer/co-star of Goon, Jay Baruchel, on his Canadian hockey knowledge. Don't worry, Seann William Scott is there to back him up too.
Labeled an outcast by his brainy family, a bouncer overcomes long odds to lead a team of under performing misfits to semi-pro hockey glory, beating the crap out of everything that stands in his way.
Paramount and Other Ocean team up to put a modern twist on the old school sci-fi property. See our exclusive preview and footage for it all.
What was the best and worst and most effed up stuff we saw at E3? Here is the most glorious effed up sh*t we saw.
The newest episode of Pixelated features short previews of Final Fantasy XIII-2 and the PS Vita, a top five from Infinity Blade II's creative director Donald Mustard, and debate about the VGAs, and why Kinectimals is better with Cabella's.
Scott Pierce finds out if bigger is better, or if the little ones can get the job done.