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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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You thought I looked like some kind of freak?
We misjudged you Dale. I'm... I'm really sorry.
Don't be sorry, it's my fault. I should have known if a guy like me talked to a girl like you, somebody would end up dead.
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I Dug My Grave and Walked Away
Written by David Isbister (SOCAN), Alan Calimbas (SOCAN), Michael Mestrovic (SOCAN), Brandon Lazenby (SOCAN)
Used by permission of David Isbister (SOCAN), Alan Calimbas (SOCAN), Michael Mestrovic (SOCAN), Brandon Lazenby (SOCAN) and Doug Naugler (SOCAN)
Performed by Mass Undergoe
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Very funny, gory, with heart
Really entertaining twist on 'teens in the woods' horror flicks. Lots of laughs and buckets of blood. The actors playing Tucker and Dale are very compelling and believable. Their charm really makes the film and you care about their story.
The movie is basically a farce or a comedy of errors with each error resulting in a gruesome death. While the manner of the deaths is so over the top as to be funny, the biggest laughs come from the dialog. "Tucker and Dale vs Evil" excels at both physical comedy (the chainsaw scene for example) and verbal (explaining the situation to the police).
This film had a tremendous audience reaction at the Seattle International Film Festival. There's a laugh every minute.
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