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Review in a Hurry: Venture into the Woods for laughs and scares, stay for the commentary on our sadistic, voyeuristic culture—it’s like Scream spliced with The Hunger Games. A twisty puzzle, as promised by the Rubic’s Cube cabin on the film’s poster, this blood feast has gore galore… Continue reading Movie Review: Cabin in the Woods Serves Up More Than Just Gore

Chris Hemsworth may have gotten your attention as the mighty Norse God in last year’s “Thor” (a role he will reprise in the upcoming “Avengers”), but his first big lead role hasn’t seen the light of day. Until now.

The long-shelved horror pic “Cabin in the Woods,” which EW calls “gloriously grotesque,” is finally hitting theaters April 13 after a debut to appreciative audiences at SXSW.

The then-unknown Hemsworth landed the role… Continue reading 'Cabin In The Woods' Movie: Behind The Scenes Of Chris Hemsworth's Long Lost Role

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By Amber Goodhand – Radar News Editor

Tiger Woods’ former swing coach Hank Haney says he was “shocked” when he found out about the golfer’s infidelities, but that he’d never really thought of the athlete as happy in his marriage — or in any aspect of his life.

In his new tell-all book, The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods, released on Tuesday and obtained by radio detection… Continue reading Tiger Woods' Former Coach: 'I'd Never Thought Of Tiger As Happy'

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Tiger Woods banned former wife Elin Nordegren from so much as cracking a smile on the golf course if he won, his former swing coach Hank Haney reveals in a fascinating new book.

Haney claims that the shamed golfer did not allow the Swedish model to celebrate because he felt that he was “supposed to win.”

In the new tome, The Big Miss, Haney… Continue reading Tiger Woods Banned Elin From Celebrating His Golf Wins, Former Coach Reveals

One of the buzzed about films premiering at SXSW was Joss Whedon’s The Cabin in the Woods. I sat down with Director and Co-Writer Drew Goddard about the horror flick, why he’s not on Twitter and his advice for up and coming filmmakers.

He shared that it’s great to be in Austin to “actually meet fans in person. That’s such a foreign element these days.” The film will be