Pick a random title Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

2010 3.1/5 IMDb 7.6/10 (127k) R SuperHD 88 minutes

Expecting to relax at their "vacation" cabin, two backwoods boys see their trip turn into a nightmare when they're accused of being psychotic killers.

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Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk, Katrina Bowden, Jesse Moss, Philip Granger, Brandon Jay McLaren, Christie Laing, Chelan Simmons, Travis Nelson, Alex Arsenault Directed by Eli Craig

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Language: English

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Rotten Tomatoes® Scores
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Here's something you don't see every day: a genial, politically correct splatter comedy.

Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader, 2012-01-04

 

Students of the Little Movie Glossary may find it funny how carefully "Tucker and Dale" works its way through upended cliches.

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, 2011-10-06

 

At its heart, it's really just a one-idea premise stretched out to feature length, but the lovable duo of Tudyk and Labine and an endearing layer of sweetness under all the blood make it a fully enjoyable comedy of (t)errors.

Keith Staskiewicz, Entertainment Weekly, 2011-09-30

 

It's time we all toss our nine bucks into the proverbial woodchipper (don't ask me what proverb) and spit out enough money to make Tucker & Dale and other truly deserving, truly funny indie flicks a blazing success.

Christine Champ, Film.com, 2011-09-30

 

There's even a message under all the body parts: People are individuals, not just easy regional stereotypes.

Stephen Whitty, Newark Star-Ledger, 2011-09-30

 

We see a script and some underexposed actors who were lucky to find each other.

John DeFore, Washington Post, 2011-09-30

 

Uses its reversal of the standard roles in rural horror to fantastic comedic effect.

Ian Buckwalter, NPR, 2011-09-30

 

A droll sendup of the killer-in-the-swamp genre that gets funnier as it rolls along.

Neil Genzlinger, New York Times, 2011-09-29

 

Relying mostly on a single gimmick, the slasher comedy presents a high degree of difficulty for both the director and actors. Their earnest efforts keep the repetition from becoming ponderous.

Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle, 2011-09-29

 

It's fast, it's funny, and it works.

Ty Burr, Boston Globe, 2011-09-29

 

A farce of misunderstanding first, body-count nightmare second and at nearly all times a refreshingly upending horror-comedy bromance.

Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times, 2011-09-29

 

Hillbillies of the world unite!

Tirdad Derakhshani, Philadelphia Inquirer, 2011-09-29

 

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is a Canadian-made horror spoof that delivers both comedy and gross-out thrills.

John Monaghan, Detroit Free Press, 2011-09-29

 

It's a sometimes-hilarious send-up of slasher movies that buries a surprising amount of sweetness under buckets of gore.

Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic, 2011-09-29

 

Strikes an enjoyable tone of congenial gore.

Brian Miller, Village Voice, 2011-09-27

 

... deft/daft mix of authentic feeling and sharp parody, belly laughs and visceral dread, makes Tucker & Dale vs. Evil a keeper...

Kathleen Murphy, MSN Movies, 2011-09-27

 

Essentially a student film offering nothing but absurdly contrived coincidence.

Kyle Smith, New York Post, 2011-09-30

 

Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil is too slick and too cute; Tudyk and Labine are terrific comic actors, but the movie might've been better served by less-recognizable faces.

Noel Murray, AV Club, 2011-09-29

 

It's neither particularly funny in its desperate rural dumbness, nor is it much of a genre piss-take.

David Fear, Time Out, 2011-09-27

 

"Evil" fails to triumph. Utterly.

Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel, 2011-09-27