Tusk (2014)

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Directed By Kevin Smith Kevin Smith Starring Justin Long Justin Long  •  Michael Parks Michael Parks  •  Haley Joel Osment Haley Joel Osment  •  Genesis Rodriguez Genesis Rodriguez  •  Ralph Garman Ralph Garman Genres Black Comedy  •  Body Horror  •  Horror Comedy  •  Horror Studios &
A24 Films
Release Info 2014-09-06T00:00:00Z September 6, 2014
Color  •  102 minutes R Rated R
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KPaxino said on 10/3/2014

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HorrorHistorian5 on 12/30/2014 Reply  · 

love the film Depp was funny and damn this was a messed up story but also awesome! love the idea ! cant wait till the next two come out! love indi horror films with original ideas- this one came from a podcast!

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hambone88 on 4/1/2015 Reply  · 

I didn't know whether to laugh or be disgusted at this movie, its so weird and disturbing. I give it 4/10

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Danny237 on 4/1/2015 Reply  · 

LoL, i too give an 4/10

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TheHonestFilmFan on 8/3/2015 Reply  · 

Absolutely abhorrent.

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kwlo7 on 10/7/2018 Reply  · 

So this movie is the answer to the question "What if Kevin Smith directed a film like the Human Centipede?"... who the hell asked that question?! :-D

Interesting, at times Humorous, and pretty Horrifying.

My assumption is Smith had this idea for a film while he was high and ran with it. Have to say, given the premise, I don't think anyone could do much more with it.


Not sure how i feel about the ending, like the very end. As i watched it, I thought maybe it will make the audience think he is still transformed, but no it really did end with him staying like that. I suppose i can understand it, his mind broke and he can't come back from the whole incident. I was thinking they would just reverse what was done to him through extensive surgeries somehow. i don't know if that would have made things better in the end though...

overall it's not a bad film, a bit hard to watch at times, but it was entertaining.. in a strange curiosity sort of way. Smith sure did go for it though, wow.

also was neat to see characters from Yoga Hosers, though that film wasn't very good to be honest, still though I appreciate crossover to expand the film universe.

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