Tucker and Dale Strike Back

The program of deconstructing horror tropes has become a very popular type of entertainment.  It largely got going when Wes Craven decided to basically autopsy his own work in Wes Craven's New Nightmare.  The genre he created would explode a few years later after Craven's second stab at it with Scream.

After Craven provided the proof of concept,  other writers and directors would put their own spin on the idea. Movies like Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, You Might Be the Killer, and Cabin in the Woods would delight audiences hungry for meta takes on the old cliches.

One of the most beloved of these was Tucker and Dale Vs Evil. Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk play two redneck friends attempting to fix up a fishing cabin. Some college kids, mistaking the pair for Hills Have Eyes style murder hillbillies,  manage to get themselves killed in hilarious ways.

Fans have been hoping for a sequel for years. Now they have reason to hope. In a recent interview Labine said that there was talk of a possible continuation of the story. He was a bit cagey on the details, though.

You can read more about the interview at Comic Book Dot Com