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Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil Sequel Underway
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31 March 2014  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: Guardian Liberty Voice

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Tucker & Dale vs Evil

Exciting news for fans of low-budget, high-concept comedy lunacy with word that a Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil sequel is in the works. According to Guardian Liberty Voice, the second helping of the 2010 mock-horror will reunite Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine for more accidental mayhem and woodchipping.

Shooting somewhere in a dark forest near you – or possibly moving to the big city – T&D2 will follow on from the tale of two well-meaning rural folk, Tucker (Tudyk) and Dale (Labine), who head to the mountains for a few days cabin-time. A visiting bunch of college kids assume the pair are psychotic hillbillies when one of their number disappears, unwittingly setting in train a violent course of events in which many people die, all entirely by accident. Think the Unevil Dead or Friendly Cabin In The Woods.

It barely made a splash in cinemas but has flourished since on download, DVD and other formats. It’s well on the way to cult status and Team Tucker has no intention of scorching that goodwill on a subpar second effort. “Don’t worry,” Labine reassured fans at Cincinatti’s HorrorHound Convention. “We’ll never make a shitty sequel.”
 


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While I'm excited for a sequel, does anyone else think this sound similar to the first? The 'college kids' are accidentally dying, when Tucker and Dale are innocent? The only possibility I have is that it isn't an accident, and the the pair are being framed for murders. It makes sense, if they follow a potential sequel idea at the end of the first film. More

Posted by cliff126 at 23:19 on 03 April 2014 | Report This Post

Bet Miss O'Hara is very happy today! More

Posted by Stuntgoat at 20:04 on 31 March 2014 | Report This Post

I'm not sure how I feel about this to be honest, I loved the first one but I don't think it really needs a sequel, it was a great stand alone film. More

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loved this film so funny please tell me Katrina Bowden going to return as well More

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