Don’t be one of the poor fools to miss out on stellar horror: go see Tucker & Dale vs. Evil on September 30th, when the film hits select theaters.
Already critically acclaimed, the film bends the rules, offers numerous surprises and is just about guaranteed to induce hysterical laughter. If you doubt that statement, just check out the excluve interview conducted with leads Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk as well as director Eli Craig: their personalities are in full force, and they just so happen to mirror the humor and charm of the film’s titular characters.
TUCKER & DALE VS EVIL is a hilariously gory, good-spirited horror comedy, doing for killer rednecks what Shaun of the Dead did for zombies. Tucker and Dale are two best friends on vacation at their dilapidated mountain house, who are mistaken for murderous backwoods hillbillies by a group of obnoxious, preppy college kids. When one of the students gets separated from her friends, the boys try to lend a hand, but as the misunderstanding grows, so does the body count. TUCKER AND DALE VS EVIL has been a hit on the festival circuit, debuting at Sundance, and winning the Midnight Audience Award at SXSW, the Jury Prize for First Feature at Fantaa, the Best Director award at Fantaspoa, and the Best Motion Picture Award at tges.
Theatre's screening Tucker & Dale vs. Evil:
Tempe, AZ: Valley Art 1 Theatre
Berkeley, CA: Shattuck Cinemas 10
Palm Desert, CA: Cinemas Palme D'Or 7
San Diego, CA: Ken Cinema
San Francisco, CA: Lumiere Theatre 3
Santa Cruz, CA: Nickelodeon Theatres
West Hollywood, CA: Sunset 5
Denver, CO: Denver Film Center/Colfax
Washington, DC: West End Cinema
Maitland, FL: Enzian Theatre
New Orleans, LA: Zeitgeist
Brookline, MA: Coolidge Corner Theatre
Northampton, MA: Pleasant Street
Royal Oak, MI: Main Art Theatre
Minneapolis, MN: Lagoon Cinema
Kansas City, MO: Screenland Crossroads Theatre
New York, NY: Village East Cinemas
Columbus, OH: Gateway Film Center 8
Portland, OR: Hollywood Theatre
Dormont, PA: Hollywood Theatre
Philadelphia, PA: Ritz at the Bourse
Nashville, TN: Belcourt Theatre
Austin, TX: Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
Dallas, TX: Inwood Theatre
Houston, TX: River Oaks Theatre 3
Salt Lake City, UT: Tower Theatre
Seattle, WA: Varty Theatre
Milwaukee, WI: Times Cinema
If you’re unsettled by the idea of waiting to catch this surprise treasure, tune into On-Demand, where you can catch the film early, courtesy of the increangly popular Magnolia On-Demand.