With Tusk writer/director Kevin Smith is continuing his courageous foray into the horror genre. Here's why more filmmakers should follow his lead. The post Why Kevin Smith’s Tusk Could Do Wonders for the Horror Genre appeared first on WIRED.
Fantastic Fest 2014 opened with Kevin Smith's Tusk starring Justin Long, Michael Parks, Genesis Rodriguez, Haley Joel Osment and a surprise appearance by a certain uncredited A-list star... Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Show More Summary
David and Matt Patches from In Contention and Fighting in the War Room discuss Kevin Smith’s newest film, Tusk. Be sure to check out Scott Tobias’s five rules for making biopics about geniuses. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com,...Show More Summary
Films from notables Nick Cave, Kevin Smith and Terry Gilliam, and another featuring Downton Abbey vet Dan Stevens are helping fill this weekend's box office, despite studio blockbuster debuts for The Maze Runner and This Is Where I Leave...Show More Summary
No matter how many horror movies you've seen, it's safe to say you've never seen one quite like the super-freaky "Tusk."
The ups and downs of filmmaker Kevin Smith's career would certainly not discount the strangeness of his latest film, Tusk, a body sci-fi/horror/comedy. The weird premise he and SModcast co-host Scott Mosier developed on the fly seems in Smith's stoner wheelhouse. Show More Summary
Only a few more days until the masses get a load of Kevin's Smith's TUSK. (Okay, that's a weird sentence.) While I was very mixed on it (read my review HERE), I'm eager to find out what the horror populace thinks once they give it a whirl. Show More Summary
Starting this weekend, you can finally catch Kevin Smith's odd little indie Tusk, the story of a podcast personality who finds himself held captive and obligated to fulfill the strange desires of a man with a walrus obsession. And if...Show More Summary
Kevin Smith's upcoming movie Tusk deals with some weird stuff. Like, for example, a crazy man who's obsessed with walruses See also: 10 Incredibly Realistic Minecraft Creations Justin Long, who stars in the film, tells Mashable about his own animal obsessions. Show More Summary
Kevin Smith's horror flick TUSK hits theaters this week and in celebration of its release we've got a nifty little giveaway going down, featuring some pretty interesting swag, especially for fans of the devil's lettuce. The film, starring...Show More Summary
Put away the eggs, because with this latest opportunity, you are (potentially) the walrus. So let us talk of other things. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, and cabbages and kings...none of wh...
Kevin Smith’s Tusk opens with the sound of two men laughing at their own jokes, so I guess a doff of the cap is due to the filmmaker for encapsulating his movie so efficiently, right from the jump. It’s not just that we’re hearing podcasters...Show More Summary
Civilians and critics alike, a lot of them, loved "Tusk" in Toronto, where it played the Midnight Madness sidebar of the international film festival earlier this month. And it's fun to have writer-director Kevin Smith, of "Clerks" and "Dogma," whose filmmaking star has fallen while his...
Like many movies made by Kevin Smith, his gothic horror comedy “Tusk” is alternately amusing, appalling and frustrating. It’s also unique.
Earlier this week, ShockTillYouDrop.com got a chance to join the writer-director of Tusk, Kevin Smith, and its key cast members Justin Long (the man unfortunately turned into a walrus in the film), Genesis Rodriguez (who plays Long's girlfriend) and Haley Joel Osment (Long's podcasting pal in the movie).
A massive TUSK spoiler is contained in this article. If you don’t wish to know who the major, ‘A’ List actor that appears in the film, click away now. Kevin Smith’s new ultra-strange horror-comedy-fantasy film, TUSK will be released tomorrow. Show More Summary
Moderators of post-screening Q&A sessions often kick things off with a faintly dull ice-breaker: “Where did the idea for this movie come from?” In the case of Kevin Smith’s ludicrous Tusk, however, it’s a crucial question, as the film’s existence makes no sense without some knowledge of how it was inspired. Show More Summary
Justin Long has revealed that he would love to team up with Tusk director, Kevin Smith, again to reprise his Zack And Miri Make A Porno character, Brandon St. Randy. Smith directed Long for the first time in the 2008 sex-comedy, which...Show More Summary
Long before he was palling around with John McClane in Live Free or Die Hard or being turned into a walrus by Kevin Smith, Justin Long was starring in one of the best sci-fi cult classics of the last 20 years. Director Dean Parisot's...Show More Summary
If there's one thing Kevin Smith knows, it's comic books. That's why he completely dominated in the "#HipsterComicBooks"category of Comedy Central's "@Midnight" fan-favorite game, "Hashtag Wars."In the clip, host Chris Hardwick challenges...Show More Summary