Tusk (2014)

Tusk was released on DVD on December 30, 2014
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Storyline:

Wallace (Justin Long) co-hosts a popular podcast with his pal Teddy (Haley Joel Osment), focusing on cruel, mocking cringe humor as part of their mission to keep it “real and raunchy.” After his trip to Winnipeg to interview the “Kill Bill Kid” — a teen whose unfortunate samurai-sword video has gone viral — comes up empty, Wallace decides to make the trip worth his while and find a good story north of the forty-ninth parallel.

A handwritten flyer he finds in a bar bathroom leads him to a grizzled old swab (Michael Parks) full of tall tales to share from his life of adventure at sea — and this is where Wallace’s voyage to the Great White North descends into straight-up madness.

Reviews & Ratings:

5.4 42% User Reviews (1)

On DVD:

US DVD Release Date December 30, 2014
UK DVD Release Date UK - Not announced
Australia DVD Release Date February 12, 2015

In Theaters:

Complete Movie Details

Run time 102 min
Theater Release Date September 19, 2014
DVD and Blu-ray Release Date December 30, 2014
Actors Genesis Rodriguez, Justin Long, Michael Parks, Haley Joel Osment, Harley Morenstein, Ralph Garman, Harley Quinn Smith, Bill Bennett
Directed by Kevin Smith
Writer(s)
Studio A24 Films
MPAA R (Rated R for some disturbing violence/gore, language and sexual content)
Gross $1,821,983
Genre(s) Drama, Horror
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1 Visitor Review for Tusk

  1. Patrick says:

    ​B horror movies and Kevin Smith fans rejoice! This is the type of movie that only comes around every so often. It reminded me of the same glee I had when Slither came out. Classic gore, brutally gross, funny in situations that would not usually warrant humor – all the makings of a sadist’s wet dream. The bad thing about that is that if you don’t like any of the above mentioned things, then you will hate this movie, but this movie pulls no punches. This is the next evolution of Kevin Smith and I have to say that I dig it.

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