Sundance 2010: 'Tucker & Dale vs. Evil's' director and stars on the film's warm reception
Park City at Midnight tends to bring out enthusiastic crowds for quirky movies at the Sundance Film Festival. Movies like Slamdance's "Paranormal Activity" thrive on these crowds, and the makers of "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil" hope to hit that same type of success. Director Eli Craig tries to explain what the comedy-horror hybrid is, and talks about the film's prospects.
Actors Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine took a few minutes to chat with us, past 2 a.m., about the film's reception and laughs in expected and unexpected places.
-- Jevon Phillips