HORROR V. OCTORBOR: Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010) w/Matt K of CinemaJaw

Tucker and Dale vs Evil

This week, we continue our month of ‘versus’ horror movies with the 2010 horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs Evil, along with special guest Matt Kubinski of CinemaJaw! Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine star as a couple of rednecks who are mistaken for hillbilly killers by a group of college kids when they accidentally kidnap college girl Allie (Katrina Bowden), resulting in a gut-busting sendup of horror tropes centered around an adorable pair of comedic buffoons. Check out our episode, along with our custom cocktail and drinking rules!

(Thanks to our sponsor Cards Against Humanity as part of the Chicago Podcast Coop!)

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THIS EPISODE’S DRINK: Jangers

1-ep262drinkNamed after Tucker and Dale’s adorable dog, this whiskey/mescal beer cocktail honors their PBR-lovin’ roots while giving you some nice citrus flavors as well.

1 oz bourbon whiskey
1 oz mescal
3-4 blackberries
1/2 oz orange juice
1/4 oz lemon juice
2 oz Snaggle Tooth Bandana

Muddle blackberries in shaker. Combine bourbon, mescal, berries and juice in shaker with ice, and shake to combine. Strain into cocktail glass and top with Snaggle Tooth Bandana. (Or PBR if you like.) 

DRINKING RULES FOR TUCKER AND DALE VS EVIL:

1) Drink whenever a character opens/drinks a beer
2) Drink any time someone says “hillbilly” or “college kid”
3) Drink every time you see a new power tool

FINISH YOUR DRINK WHEN:

Allie says gravely, “It’s true, Chad. You’re half hillbilly.”

Join us next week as we continue Horror Octorbor with Alien v. Predator! Also, be sure to check out our CIFF 2016 preview minisode, airing tomorrow!

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About Clint Worthington

Clint Worthington is a Chicago-based film critic and podcaster. A member of the Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle, you can find his other film work at Consequence of Sound, Crooked Marquee and UPROXX. He is also the co-host of Nathan Rabin's Happy Cast.

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