New Red Band Trailer for Indie Horror Comedy 'Tucker & Dale vs Evil'
Evil just messed with the wrong hillbillies! Although I first saw this film at Sundance almost two years ago, I'm glad it's finally getting released this year because it's hilarious (read our review), one of my favorite Sundance horror comedies. IGN has debuted a brand new red band trailer for the indie comedy Tucker & Dale vs Evil, starring two funnymen Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine. We featured a trailer for this a long time ago, but for those who don't remember these two play peaceful hillbillies who get caught up in fiasco with a bunch of idiot teens, a typical horror story flip-flopped. It's a such great indie comedy, check this out!
Watch the official red band trailer for Tucker & Dale vs Evil via IGN:
Two hillbillies go vacation to their dilapidated mountain cabin, but their peaceful trip goes horribly awry.
Tucker & Dale vs Evil was both written and directed by Los Angeles-born filmmaker Eli Craig, of only the short film The Tao of Pon previously. The script was also co-written by up-and-comer Morgan Jurgenson, who last worked as an electrician before writing the screenplay. This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival back in 2010. Magnet Pictures is finally bringing Tucker & Dale vs Evil to limited theaters starting September 30th this fall. Visit: www.tuckeranddale.com. We interviewed director Eli Craig in early 2010.
I loved this film, it's a brilliant reversal of the traditional horror movie roles.
Daniel B. on Jul 23, 2011
like it.. different kind of tale for a change..
mochonko on Jul 23, 2011
It is hilarious.
Froggy233 on Jul 23, 2011
That looks really awesome, I just felt like the trailer showed almost all of the kids deaths already which kind of sucks.
Donkey on Jul 23, 2011
I agree. I think this looks really funny, and I'd like to go see the film, but I'm concerned they've shown the bulk of the deaths already. Still interested though, just concerned.
Outlaw on Jul 23, 2011
FFS, what was the story behind the 2 year delay gain Alex?
David Banner on Jul 24, 2011
that looks friggn funny as hell! LOL
Ironmen on Jul 24, 2011
They gave away almost every kill, just like that garbage Friday the 13th remake trailer. Brillant. Now I know how everyone dies.
Film-Book.com on Jul 24, 2011
Please take note of the awesome Canadian content involved.
Junksop15 on Jul 24, 2011
I mean yes, a lot of deaths are shown - but I don't think the film is a suspense where you're wondering who will survive. The premise is: every college kid will die somehow. It makes fun of that assumption. What makes the movie worth seeing is the performances of the two leads, of which you only see a glimpse.
Nonnie85 on Jul 24, 2011
wait a minute, I'm fairly sure I saw this movie on sale in DVD long ago. Or was it some other tucker & dale movie? I'm from Finland.
Mark Lair on Jul 24, 2011
Well, now that I've seen every single scene in a 90-minute movie in two minutes, and got a few really good laughs, I'm not too sure about plunking down $11 to see how it ends...
Christopher Buttner on Jul 25, 2011
I've been waiting to see this movie forever. I am so excited!
Eric81375 on Jul 25, 2011
The other trailers were much better. I just saw all the deaths... nice job Magnet for sucking.
Sanderis on Jul 25, 2011
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