Volume 96, Issue 89
Wednesday March 19, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday March 19, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

Guess Who? The legendary Randy Bachman speaks

The big man is back in town. Randy Bachman, the architect of two of Canada's most successful bands – The Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive – is rolling into Woodstock this Saturday night for an intimate acoustic performance entitled "Every Song Has a Story." The hook of Bachman's new show? All your favourite Guess Who and BTO tunes, and the stories behind them.



Izzy the adults only clown shoots her Tongue at The Grand

If Stephen King didn't scare you off clowns forever with his horrific novel-turned-movie It, then you might want to check out London's Grand Theatre this weekend, as the one-clown performance Burnt Tongue slides on through.
 




CD REVIEW: Avalanche takes Matt Good to new heights

With the disintegration of his self-titled band behind him, Matthew Good sets out on his own. On Avalanche, Good parts from Dave Genn and replaces Ian Browne with drummer Patrick Steward (Odds) and takes another step towards reclaiming "Can Rock" from spoiled brats like Avril Lavigne. His trademark alienated brooding rings throughout the disc, which features 13 new tracks clocking in at over 70 minutes.
 




Outside the box: Repo Man

When you think of Emilio Estevez in the 1980s, you think of Brat Pack classics like The Breakfast Club or St. Elmo's Fire which are hilariously dated. His breakthrough film, however, was a small 1984 movie called Repo Man that still holds up today as a modern cult classic.
 




MOVIE REVIEW: The Hunted just can't escape comparisons to The Fugitive

The Fugitive franchise continues with The Hunted, an intense and all too familiar epic about a man who always catches his man.

Erin Hallum (Benicio Del Toro) is a former special forces soldier who goes postal and begins hiding in a forest in Oregon to kill deer hunters.
     

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