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Old school…Canadian horror? Jack Brooks Monster Slayer and the Music Box Massacre. The meaning of "Canadian-American" film. The jungles of...
Posted October 18, 2012
Hosted by Eric Thirteen & Michael Koester
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Old school…Canadian horror? Jack Brooks Monster Slayer and the Music Box Massacre. The meaning of “Canadian-American” film. The jungles of Canada. First time director Jon Knautz. Robert England could do anything, and he does horror. Foreshadowing via an actor’s known work. Score, for jokes and mysterious adventure! Eating the heart. Using practical effects to pay tribute. A unique distribution of action. Alan Tudyk as Tucker in Tucker and Dale vs Evil. Real tales from the south. The most interesting place in a scene. Confirmatory evidence. EVIL TEA. Cinematic elements that make a slasher movie scary. Why some people see a cabin and think vacation homes, while others see the same cabin and fear their lives.
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Jack Brooks Monster Slayer
Released: August 5, 2008
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Director: Jon Knautz
Writer: Jon Knautz, John Ainslie, Trevor Matthews, Patrick White
Starring: Robert Englund, Trevor Matthews, Daniel Kash, Rachel Skarsten
One night, Jack Brooks attempts to fix Professor Crowley's old rusted pipes and unknowingly awakens an ancient evil.
Tucker and Dale vs Evil
Released: September 30, 2011
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Director: Eli Craig
Writer: Eli Craig, Morgan Jurgenson
Starring: Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk, Katrina Bowden, Jesse Moss
Tucker and Dale are on vacation at their dilapidated mountain cabin when they are attacked by a group of preppy college kids.