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  • Review: 'Tusk' ★★

    Review: 'Tusk' ★★
    Civilians and critics alike, a lot of them, loved "Tusk" in Toronto, where it played the Midnight Madness sidebar of the international film festival earlier this month. And it's fun to have writer-director Kevin Smith, of "Clerks" and "Dogma," whose filmmaking star has fallen while his podcasting prowess has risen, once again at the center of a debate or two.
  • 'Tusk' just feels long in the tooth

    Take "The Human Centipede" the gross-out midnight movie about the mad doctor who stitches humans together and sprinkle liberally with the old Bob and Doug McKenzie sketches from "SCTV "and the result is "Tusk," director-writer Kevin Smith's under baked...

    Génesis Rodríguez entra al mundo surrealista del cineasta Kevin Smith con "Tusk"

    Génesis Rodríguez entra al mundo surrealista del cineasta Kevin Smith con "Tusk"
    LOS ANGELES - Génesis Rodríguez, una de las actrices latinas más solicitadas de Hollywood, se adentra en el mundo surrealista del cineasta Kevin Smith con una trilogía que arranca con "Tusk", mezcla de terror absurdo y comedia delirante en la que...

    How an Internet Hoax Inspired Kevin Smith's 'Tusk'

    "Oh my Lord, this is gonna be so fun for me because I am so baked!" That was how filmmaker Kevin Smith introduced his latest movie, "Tusk," to a packed house at the Vista Theatre in Hollywood at a special screening Tuesday night. Fresh off its debut at...

    'Tusk,' Kevin Smith's 'comeback,' lacks bite

    Rumors of Kevin "Clerks" Smith's retirement from the silver screen to spend his dotage doing podcasts forhis aging fanbase were alas, grossly overstated. He has used that podcast to generate a tall tale, a serio-comic Canadian-joke of a horror film....