Tucker and Dale is a great movie. It's one of those movies like Shaun Of The Dead and Zombieland that are excellant modern dark comedies. And although Tucker and Dale isn't nearly as good as Shaun Of The Dead, it is still pretty damn entertaining. Most of the humor comes from the exaggerated deaths, and the cluelessness of the college kids. I have to admit, from that description, it's probably as funny as it possibly could be. The actors all do a good job, the script is hilarious, and it's tone gleefully dark. There are a few flaws, however. The script, while funny, will inevitably be compared to the likes of Shaun Of The Dead, but it just does not compare. Also, the plot feels stretched even for an 80 minute film and it would've worked much better as a short film at maybe 30-40 minutes long. This leads to a final battle of sorts that felt shoehorned in to add an extra fifteen minutes to the movie. As for inappropriate stuff, there is a ton of gore, but it's all comical. Lots of death like impaling yourself in a tree limb, falling onto a spear, jumping headfirst into a woodchipper, there's a lot. The main female lead is highly sexualized at first, but as the movie goes on, you find out that she actually has a personality, unlike most horror victims and the rest of the college kids in the movie. There is also a lot of the "F" word, but, like "The Thing," it's often overshadowed by the violence and gore. But overall, this is a hilarious movie that has deserved it's cult status.