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5 things I wasn't tickled about in Tusk

Well, that does it for me. Here at Visionary or Hack, I was the lone holdout for iconoclastic director Kevin Smith. I actually ranked him as Visionary, while… 726 more words


Tusk (2014)

Kevin Smith’s post-View Askewniverse films haven’t quite captured the same magic but as far as I’m concerned Clerks and Mallrats alone give the guy a pass for life. 222 more words

Video Daze


I saw DOGMA for the first time when I was 10 years old, and I absolutely loved it. I still do. I was in a Catholic grade school trying my damnedest to be as “punk” as I possibly could, and here was a film that directly confronted the propaganda that I felt steeped in – not just intelligently, but necessarily farcically. 1,041 more words



We Are What We Are is a 2013 remake of a 2010 Mexican film of the same title. The story centers around a family that seems a bit cut off from the small town they live in. 366 more words

Tusk (2014) - Review

What the f#ck.

I’ve seen a fair few screwed up few films in my time but this really took the cake, in good and bad ways. 591 more words


Tusk - Kevin Smith - 2014

Kevin Smith’s Tusk is about as naked a piece of self-expression disguised as a genre exercise I have seen since Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof. Tusk is a provocative mad scientist tale, whose uneven tone is reflective of its shabby mad scientist creator, and I’m not talking about Michael Parks electrifying Howard Howe. 1,211 more words


Tusk at the Rome Film Festival

The movie launched in Italy in the prestigious frame of The Rome Film Festival

Tusk, the latest movie by Kevin Smith      will be part of the Rome Film Festival. 213 more words

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