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Zombie Take-Out Episode 132: The Molière Chainsaw Massacre

Tucker & Dale vs Evil Scotto and Uncle John dicuss a film that parodies the 'killer in the woods' movies and pairs the former pilot of Serenity with the first plague victim from Rise of the Planet of the Apes. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 2010, it's Tucker & Dale vs Evil. Should the opening scene have been cut? Were the deaths too predictable? Does the wood chipper long jump belong in the Olympics Games?

Scotto's Rating
4.5 brains
Uncle John's Rating
4 brains
How would you rate Tucker & Dale vs Evil?

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Reader Comments (1)

Regarding the Planet of the A[es franchise:

The first three films all involved time travel, the first two having people who ended up in the distant future, and the third having apes ending up in present day America. As far as the recent reboot is concerned, it was in fact a re-imagining of the 4th film in the original series, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, which is something I have been meaning to point out since listening to your double feature on the series. It had never felt appropriate before now, as I listened to it far after the fact, but that film tells the story of how the apes began to displace humanity, and is clearly a closer corollary than the original film. By the way, I highly recommend it for a future episode!


September 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam

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