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Private Practice

Network: ABC

Episodes: 111 (hour)

Seasons: Six

TV show dates: September 26, 2007 -- January 22, 2013

Series status: Ending

Performers include: Kate Walsh, Tim Daly, Audra McDonald, Paul Adelstein, KaDee Strickland, Chris Lowell, Taye Diggs, Amy Brenneman, David Sutcliffe, Reef Karim, Geffri Maya Hightower, Jayne Brook, Brian Benben, Jay Harrington, Jane Clark, Andy Milder, Nina Siemaszko, Christopher Wiehl, Karen Strassman, David Pearl, Shavon Kirksey, Kathy Christopherson, Jeffrey Doornbos, Frederick Keith Johnson, Siena Goines, and Sharon Leal.

TV show description:

Having left Seattle Grace Hospital behind, renowned surgeon Dr. Addison Forbes Montgomery (Kate Walsh) moves to Los Angeles to begin a new life.

Addison joins the chic co-op Oceanside Wellness Center that's owned by two of her medical school friends; fertility and hormone specialist Dr. Naomi Bennett (Audra McDonald) and internist and
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Exclusive New Stills: Boggy Creek - First Look at the Creature!

Bigfoot is back in American World Pictures' latest frightfest, Boggy Creek, and we have scored several new stills for you, including the very first shots of the creature itself!

Boggy Creek is directed by Brian T. Jaynes and stars Texas Battle, Stephanie Honore, Damon Lipari, Shavon Kirksey, and Melissa Carnell.

Synopsis:. When Jennifer's father dies in a horrific accident, she finds herself drawn to his small cabin in Boggy Creek, Texas. She brings a few friends for a week-long stay, but their vacation soon turns deadly. They are warned of an evil that has lurked near the water for three decades, a terrifying creature that murders men and abducts women. While camping, Jennifer and her friends encounter this evil, finding themselves on the feeding grounds of a giant beast. What began as a journey of self discovery becomes a desperate fight for survival along Boggy Creek.

Look for it on DVD in September!
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First Pics from Boggy Creek

Following up on yesterday's news item, in which we offered you the trailer for Boggy Creek , Shock now has four new images from that film to share with you. Directed by Brian Jaynes and starring Texas Battle, Stephanie Honore, Damon Lipari, Shavon Kirksey and Melissa Carnell, the film follows a group of friends who venture to a cabin in Boggy Creek, Texas and encounter horrifying creatures protecting their feeding grounds. Watch the trailer here .
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American World Pictures Adds Three New Genre Features to its Cannes Slate

American World Pictures, an La-based independent motion picture distribution and production company, is gearing up for the 2011 Cannes Film Festival with updated info on three of its genre acquisitions in this year's line-up: Jack the Reaper, Boggy Creek, and Spirit Hunters promise to be big sellers for the company at the fest.

We just gave you the lowdown on Spirit Hunters last week (click here for the one-sheet debut), and now there's a trailer to share. It's directed by J.P. Pierce and stars Michael Chandler, Danielle James, Doug Jones, Michael Dorn, Robert Picardo, and Zak Ward.

Synopsis

A cinematographer and soundman, Morgan and Cricket, head to a remote Idaho ranch to film the pilot episode of “Spirit Seekers,” a new reality TV show about ghost hunters. When the host dies during filming, the production shuts down. Unbeknownst to the cast and crew, the show’s director planned the host’s death to boost ratings.
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Boggy Creek Principal Photography Now Underway

Is it a remake or not? That seems to be the question surrounding Boggy Creek , a low budget creature feature by Brian T. Jaynes. Principal photography has commenced on the film which stars Texas Battle ( Wrong Turn 2 ), Melissa Carnell, Stephanie Honore, Damon Lipari and Shavon Kirksey. Early reports stated it was a redo of the '72 The Legend of Boggy Creek by Charles B. Pierce. But Jaynes says it's only similar in themes. "It's a thriller that centers around a story of five young kids who get caught out in a swamp in Boggy Creek, Texas," he tells the Marshall News Messenger from the set in Uncertain, Texas. "They end up crossing paths with an ancient evil creature that lives in the swamp." He adds that this is his own version of Sasquatch that's...
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Open Discussion Thread: Dragonball Evolution

You’ve seen pictures from it, you’ve seen clips from it, you’ve read the early reviews from Japan, and you’ve been dreading it. But today is the first day you’ll actually be able to see James Wong’s “Dragonball: Evolution” and finally decide for yourself. This is your official discussion thread for what might just be the most wildly discussed, dissed, and dissected movie of 2009. Who knew a kid with spikey hair would elicit such a variety of responses? So did you see it? And if you did, what did you think? Plot: A young boy named Goku seeks out upon his grandfather’s dying request to find the great Master Roshi and gather all seven Dragon Balls (of which he has one) in order to prevent Piccolo from succeeding in his desire to use the Dragon Balls to take over the world. Starring: Justin Chatwin,
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New Dragonball Images aka What’s up with Robo Piccolo?

Three new “Dragonball: Evolution” images for you kids to chew on, because frankly, you can never have too many glowing balls. Goku looks kind of weird in the first pic, the second one is the “okay, now you guys look up and act shock!” shot, and the third one has Piccolo looking like he’s getting ready to be turned into Robocop. No idea what that’s about. A young boy named Goku seeks out upon his grandfather’s dying request to find the great Master Roshi and gather all seven Dragon Balls (of which he has one) in order to prevent Piccolo from succeeding in his desire to use the Dragon Balls to take over the world. Starring Justin Chatwin, James Marsters, Emmy Rossum, Yun-Fat Chow, Jamie Chung, Joon Park, Randall Duk Kim, Eriko Tamura, Ernie Hudson, Texas Battle, Luis Arrieta, Shavon Kirksey, Richard Blake, an directed by James Wong.
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Still More Dragonball Evolution Images

At this point, you’re either going to be lining up to see James Wong’s “Dragonball: Evolution” when it opens April 8, or you’re going to be cowering in your bed with your favorite blanky badmouthing the film to your imaginary girlfriend. (I’m guessing not a whole lot of girls are interested in this movie either way.) But just in case you still haven’t made up your mind, here are more images from the movie. Cause, you know, I care like that. A young boy named Goku seeks out upon his grandfather’s dying request to find the great Master Roshi and gather all seven Dragon Balls (of which he has one) in order to prevent Piccolo from succeeding in his desire to use the Dragon Balls to take over the world. Starring Justin Chatwin, James Marsters, Emmy Rossum, Yun-Fat Chow, Jamie Chung, Joon Park, Randall Duk Kim,
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