CB: What’s so scary about a stereotypical hillbilly? Is it the penchant for wearing flannel? The ridiculous teeth? The cousin-lovin’? The banjos? None of it seems terrifying on paper, but an entire horror subgenre and classic films like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Deliverance have been formed around these ridiculous characters. But what if the yokels aren’t the violent animals that they seem to be, but rather misunderstood simple folk that get caught up in a series of horrific coincidences? Enter writer/director Eli Craig’s Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.