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TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL Sequel in Development

TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL Sequel in Development

Most instances of horror and comedy meshing as film genres come about when a horror movie is so campy, it’s laughable. Check most releases from The Asylum, for example. However, every once in awhile, there’s a Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, and Tucker & Dale vs. Evil that pull off comedic horror in a non-ironic, very enjoyable way.

That’s why it’s great to hear Tucker & Dale vs. Evil‘s Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine are developing a sequel. While at the HorrorHound weekend convention, Tudyk and Labine announced that work is underway on a follow-up, despite initial reports that there wasn’t going to be one.

Let’s hope it won’t be too long before there’s more hilarious mistaken-identity chainsaw-ridden carnage on the way from Tucker & Dale vs. Evil 2.

HT: Fearnet


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  11. dymrip says:

    FlavelC, I don’t see how a bad sequel would ruin the first one. The first one was amazing and stands on its own. No matter how bad (or equally amazing) a sequel is, it will not have any impact on the original. I hate when people say dumb things…

  12. jrs says:

    T and D Vs Zombies ?

  13. Joeman says:

    The original was a fun movie!
    Hopefully the second one can be as good or top it – Good Luck!

  14. FlavelC says:

    love the first one, it would be interesting to see where they go with it but I hope they don’t go stupid with it, ruining the first one.

  15. AndrewZero says:

    Maybe they’ll have them VS. something else.

  16. Jesse says:

    Maybe they could be in a “haunted house” and have a weird playoff or maybe a bigfoot hunt goes wrong?

  17. Bob says:

    I’m a bit nervous for this. I honestly don’t see how they can make a sequel that would make any sense. Are they going to stumble into ANOTHER crazy misunderstanding? I don’t think there is anything wrong with a great stand-alone movie.

    That being said, I will totally watch the sequel and I really hope it is good.

  18. Vincent S says:

    omg, I really liked this movie… I have my issues with the last act but all in all, it was fantastic. My loins are so ready for this. 😛

  19. Cassandra says:

    Please please please get Alan on the podcast!!!!1!11!


  20. brad says:

    So. Excited. Tucker & Dale is one of my favourite movies.