There's nothing, repeat, nothing making us happier right now than to know that the incredible horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is well on its way from Magnet. To celebrate the flick's coming, we have the new American one-sheet for you to dig on! Note the following usage of the caps lock key to fully illustrate how incredibly excited we are ...
Part of me still doesn't believe it. Around a week or so ago we announced that the incredible horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil was picked up for distro by Magnolia and now? We actually have release news for you! Allow us a moment to indulge ourselves by engaging the CAPS LOCK key ...
You know what we want to do right now? Pack up shop, head over to Magnolia's offices and kiss every single person that we see. Of course we'd end up in jail, but that's the kind of love we have for them right now!
Who would have thought that one of the more buzzed about films of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival would be a comedy horror film about hillbillies and the college co-eds that think they’re homicidal? Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is quickly garnering a slew of attention during this year’s festival.
Knittop Pictures and Eden Rock Media, the kind folks behind Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, which is premiering next week at Sundance '10, have provided us with an exclusive clip from the film entitled "Stung by Bees" and two new stills as well.
With its world premiere happening at the Sundance Film Festival, two new clips have oozed online for Voltage Pictures' latest horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil starring Alan Tudyk ("Firefly") and Tyler Labine ("Reaper") and directed by Eli Craig (The Tao of Pong).
With its world premiere happening at the Sundance Film Festival, some new stills have oozed online for Voltage Pictures' latest horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil starring Alan Tudyk ("Firefly") and Tyler Labine ("Reaper") and directed by Eli Craig (The Tao of Pong). Dig 'em while they're warm!
While we don't typically like comedy slapped together with our horror around these parts, we'd be lying if we said that the new horror/comedy flick Tucker and Dale vs. Evil looked anything less than badass.
I’m just not sure the horror genre needs another "hip" comedy that calls out all the clichés and contrivances. It’s not every day you get a film like Leslie Vernon that actually understands the genre well enough to send it up with a straight face. The jury’s still out on the upcoming Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, but we’ve got a bit of casting news to report on while we wait and see how this horror comedy measures up.