Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk cope as best they can.
Against all odds, Kathleen Murphy finds value in an unlikely venue: "Even as Tucker & Dale vs. Evil has fun sending up horror movie conventions and clichés, this low-budget spoof exposes how a mind-set—movie-made, political or religious—can so color the way we see the world, it's dead easy to demonize people who aren't us. But fear not: T&D's timely message never gets in the way of the funny, and a veritable tsunami of slapstick gore."
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