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Justin Long is Very Scared in the First Trailer for Kevin Smith’s Tusk Director and writer Kevin Smith, the man behind movies like Clerks, Dogma or Zack and Miri Make a Porno, returns to the big screen with the horror Tusk. If you’ve been following Kevin James and regularly listened to his podcast, then Tusk is definitely a movie you are familiar with. Actually the idea for this […] Read Justin Long is Very Scared in the First Trailer for Kevin Smith’s Tusk on Filmonic.

Kevin Smith To Make Girl Power Horror Movie And Jaws With A Moose Kevin Smith showed the trailer to his new horror film Tusk during his annual Q&A session at San Diego Comic-Con. Tusk sprung from a podcast about a UK hoax where a man offered free room and board to anyone who would be willing to wear a walrus suit. Smith made a horror movie where Michael Parkes really turns Justin Long into a landlord. read more

'Tusk' Trailer Debuts, Makes Us Believe in Kevin Smith Again

1:19 PM 7/26/2014 by Jeff Giles
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It's been a frightfully long time since Kevin Smith made a movie that made us feel like watching it again (or, in the case of dreck like Cop Out, even finishing the damn thing once), and on paper, it doesn't look like Tusk -- the story of a doofus podcaster who wanders into the Canadian wilderness and gets himself mixed up with a mad scientist who wants to turn him into a walrus -- stands a prayer of breaking that dismal streak.

Watch: First Trailer for Kevin Smith's Weird Walrus Movie 'Tusk' Walrus Yes! After hosting a panel at Comic-Con 2014 for Tusk, filmmaker Kevin Smith and A24 Films have debuted the trailer online for your viewing pleasure. Or distaste, perhaps. The movie is about a man, played by Michael Parks, who wants to make another human, played by Justin Long, into a walrus. Kind of like Human Centipede but with a weird, wacky, funny Kevin Smith twist. In addition to those two, the cast includes Genesis Rodriguez as his girlfriend, and Haley Joel Osment (yea, him!) as another friend, who go on the hunt for him when he goes missing.

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Posted July 17th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

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Kevin Smith Offers a Bloody Look at Justin Long in Tusk

shocktillyoudrop.com – Kevin Smith shared a photo of actor Justin Long on the set ofTusk today, via Instagram. And what we're looking at here appears to be Long's character undergoing his walrus transformation. His arms are stitched together and his teeth…I'm not sure what's up with his mouth there. A24 is releasing the film this fall.

8 weeks 18 hours ago via jackiechan

Kevin Smith's 'Comes the Krampus' Retitled To 'Anti-Claus'

4:59 PM 4/28/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Do you know what a Krampus is? No? Maybe that's why Kevin Smith's Christmas horror tale Comes the Krampus has been renamed to Anti-Claus. According to The Hollywood Reporter, XYZ Films will be presenting the movie, which should be shooting right now, to prospective buyers with the new title at Cannes.

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Cannes: Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment Reteaming With Kevin Smith for 'Anti-Claus' (Exclusive)

feedproxy.google.com – XYZ Films will show early art of the filmmaker's yuletide horror film -- including images of the devil-like "Krampus" -- to foreign buyers at the upcoming film market. 13 weeks 1 day ago via donnieyen

Goo Goo Gajoob: Kevin Smith’s Horror TUSK Hits Theaters 2014

1:15 PM 1/23/2014 by Sara Vizcarrondo
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This morning distributor A24 and production house Demarest Films have announced their plans to release Kevin Smith’s newest film Tusk in theaters 2014. Demarest (Machete Kills) participated in financing and producing, while A24 (Spring Breakers, The Bling Ring) plans a wide release of the film the third quarter of this year.

New in Theaters: 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,' 'Walking with Dinosaurs,' 'American Hustle,' 'Saving Mr. Banks'

12:35 AM 12/21/2013 by Logan Falk
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We’ve quite the large batch of new releases heading our way this weekend; while a group of four new releases can be rare, rarer still is that three out of the four were met with decent critical reception, with the lowest rating received (of the well-received films) being 75%.
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