The loooong wait is over. 'The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day' is gradually rolling out into theatres across Canada this month, ten years after the 1999 release of the shoot 'em up original that's become a cult classic. This time around, the McManus brothers head back to Boston to track down whoever tried to frame them for killing a priest. New face Julie Benz (of 'Dexter', 'Buffy' and 'Angel') steps in as FBI agent Paul Smecker's over-the-top protégé.

Moviefone caught up with producer Don Carmody to get the inside scoop on the making of 'All Saints Day'. Carmody has an uncanny knack for spotting cult classics - he's produced everything from 'Porky's', 'Meatballs' and 'Weekend at Bernie's' to 'Resident Evil', 'Silent Hill' and 'Chicago'. Carmody, who is based in both Toronto and LA, is refreshingly candid about what it's like working with 'Boondocks'' infamous writer/ director Troy Duffy (the subject of the 2003 documentary 'Overnight'); why he knew 'Overnight' was a mistake and how Trailer Park Boy Robb Wells landed a role in 'All Saints Day'.