Tucker & Dale Vs. EvilBlu-ray Disc - 2011
From Library Staff
librarymovieguy Jul 12, 2016
A parody of splatter films. Two backwoodsmen inadvertently terrorize a group of college students. Bloody good fun. Literally.
From the critics
Coarse Language: A wide range of cuss-words. Middle fingers are used, blasphemous phrases (like muttering "Jesus", "hell","goddamn", and the like) are uttered, and other uses of strong language (like the f-word, b-word, s-word, c-word, d-word, etc.) including crude slang for anatomical parts (e.g., pussy, a-hole, etc.).
Sexual Content: A twenty-something girl is shown topless as she goes skinnydipping, but it's in poor light and at a distance, so you only see a blurry silhouette. (It's more of an implication than a depiction.) Others strip down to their underwear and into swimsuits. There's kissing and discussions of sex. There's also sexual humour and innuendo, but no actual depictions on screen.
Violence: Lots of gory horror violence. Think blood squirting, heads bashed in, saw blades to the face, machetes to throat, staked with sharp objects, bodies shredded up in woodchippers, nails through the head, gunshot wounders, severed limbs, explosions, and shovels to the face and other forms of blunt force trauma.
Other: Pot-smoking and alcohol consumption (possibly underage and definitely while driving) are conveyed throughout the film.
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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” ― Martin Luther King, Jr