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Tricky Woo is a Canadian indie rock band, based in Montreal. The band consists of vocalist and guitarist Andrew Dickson, guitarist Adrian Popovich, bass guitarist Alex Crowe and drummer Patrick Sayers.
Check out this high res poster for Buried starring Ryan Reynolds!
What do you get with a bucket of LEGO's, a digital camera and a laptop?
Take a look at the latest independent film to hit the web.
Hit the jump for some juicy info on Scream 4.
The sequel might not be dead after all! Plus some of the plot details for the sequel!
Check out the trailer for the fish feeding frenzy
Check out this behind the scenes look at the forthcoming third season of HBO's True Blood.
The director has two very diverse projects in the works.
After two seasons the journey ends.
In an exclusive "one question, one answer," The First Avenger: Captain America director turns his attention to the casting of Hugo Weaving as the Red Skull.
In its five year history, the horror soap opera covered a broad range of story topics, and what follows is a look at its most significant arcs.
The continuation of my Garth Ennis adaptaion. The unforgivable has happened to the family of Frank Castle and his full rage as been unleashed.
The actor, accompanied by clips from the film, discusses the challenges of the new movie.
See the first Marvel Comics Character to hit the big screen, Captain America!
Cary Elwes will be reprising his role of Dr. Lawrence Gordon in Saw VII, plus the plot synopis!
The official trailer for "Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage", the long-awaited RUSH documentary produced by Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn of Toronto, Ontario, Canada's Banger Films Inc., can be viewed when you hit the link.
Currently in development is a big-screen version of the '60s soap opera Dark Shadows with Johnny Depp playing vampire Barnabas Collins. For those unfamiliar with the show, Wikipedia has a great overview.
In 1991, NBC aired a 13-episode revival of Dark Shadows in prime time, with Ben Cross essaying the role of Barnabas Collins that Jonathan Frid had played on the original series. What follows is the complete first episode of that series. Look for additional episodes soon.