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Brett & Cliff's Flea Circus: A movie and TV podcast

Tucker & Dale vs Evil (2010)

Season 4, Ep. 22

Brett picks 2012 comedy horror Tucker & Dale Vs Evil, which takes the trope of a group of teens going to the woods and getting picked off by creepy locals and flips it. There's Cliff's suspects list and music from Hazy Sundays with Hear the Truth

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