A young woman grieving the loss of her mother, a famous scream queen from the 1980s, finds herself pulled into the world of her mom's most famous movie. Reunited, the women must fight off the film's maniacal killer.
Viago, Deacon and Vladislav are vampires who are finding that modern life has them struggling with the mundane - like paying rent, keeping up with the chore wheel, trying to get into nightclubs and overcoming flatmate conflicts.
Five interwoven stories that occur on Halloween: An everyday high school principal has a secret life as a serial killer; a college virgin might have just met the guy for her; a group of teenagers pull a mean prank; a woman who loathes the night has to contend with her holiday-obsessed husband; and a mean old man meets his match with a demonic, supernatural trick-or-treater.
Two lovable hillbillies are headed to their "fixer-upper" vacation cabin to drink some beer, do some fishin', and have a good time. But when they run into a group of preppy college kids who assume from their looks that they must be in-bred, chainsaw-wielding killers, Tucker & Dale's vacation takes a bloody and hilarious turn for the worse.Written by
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When the one college kid jumps into the wood chipper and gets killed there is blood everywhere, all over the back of his pants down to his ankles and on his shoes. Then later on when Tucker and Dale are taking what's left of the body out of the wood chipper there is no blood on the shoes or on the bottom of the pants. See more »
Wait, wait! Everyone just stop for a second and let's talk this out, okay? Nobody wants to hurt anyone.
[as he favors the hand with the fingers that Chad cut off]
You could've fooled me!
Fuck off, hillbilly!
Eat shit, body perm!
Wait! Wait! How 'bout I make some tea and we all sit and talk this out.
S-s-sounds like a good idea. I'll provide the finger sandwiches!
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Written by John Craig
Used by permission of Rock Monster Publishing (ASCAP)
Performed by John Craig
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Masterpiece of Horror Comedy
Eli Craig did a masterful job in presenting the best horror comedy since "Suck."
Playing on the tried and true "Flinstones Plot" of miscommunication that may drive some viewers crazy, Craig brings the gore and the humor with great special effects and wonderful acting. Best of all, of course, the story is solid with an interesting and poignant antagonist development that is extremely impressive.
Better still, the laughs aren't cheap and silly.
And if you live in the southern United States and hate how "southern folk", "backwoods families" and "hillbillies" are exploited for horror purposes, you'll love this tremendous twist on such a overused and ill-conceived cliché.
This is one of the greatest horror comedies ever presented on film.
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