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Press Start: Dial V for Vile
"Twisted Mental"

Count Vile is in the market for a new tank.

"Dial V for Vile" is a three-episode LIVE ACTION series that chronicles the phone adventures of Count Nefarious Vile, the villain from the upcoming videogame comedy movie "Press Start", coming to DVD SEPTEMBER 25.

Also, PRESS START: BONUS LEVELS WILL RETURN JULY 27!

www.PressStartMovie.com

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SuixonSuixon

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 5, 2010

Ending Killed Me

The ending was too much to resist laughing, loved it!



mattwomattwo

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 27, 2010

Real refernce

Twisted metal was for the PS1 it was ported to PSP. Was that a frogger reference when he explained how he got the tank? Did they mention Axel's wheel?


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CarnageMayhemCarnageMayhem

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 30, 2010

Oh wait... Yes I had one of those tanks too!

Love the Blaster Master reference, hahaha, was the best. Memories came flowing while Vile was describing all the upgrades "his" tank had even at that time and how he got the tank. Damn, I'm feeling old, but who cares!!!! And yes those tanks' explosions are quite... violent.



jfm2jfm2

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

game refrence

the game refrence was twisted metal it is a psp game.



Skullboy79Skullboy79

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 27, 2010

Pure evil genius...

This is the best of the three, just a little better than the customer service hotline, haha (I'll have an order of fries, when the chick comes on the line, haha!). As for this one, it's the glee with which he describes everything about the tank and yes, much of it is inside jokes, BUT IT'S STILL HELLA FUNNY! What makes this series great in my opinion though are how well the dialogue blends together, there is no lag in visual or aural stimulation, everything is well thought out and connected. And the endlines are usually the best ("I know, I like to listen to the explosion..."), never seeming forced like that dang CSI: Miami or other shows that try to be witty at the expense of credibility and plot flow. Congrats Ed and DarkMaze on great, great, twisted fun and thank you!


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