- 1 hr 42 min
Tusk is a horror film from 2014 about the host of a podcast show, Wallace, that mocks "celebrities and weirdoes" along with his co-host, Teddy. After Wallace made a spectacle out of a "Kill Bill Kid," he decides to fly up to Manitoba, Canada, to interview the boy. However, his plans hit a snag when he learns of the Kid's suicide. Undeterred, and unwilling to fly all the way up for nothing, Wallace decides to hang around Manitoba for another day in the hope of finding an individual possessing enough oddity to merit an interview for his "The Not-See Party" podcast. While using a public bathroom, Wallace finds a notice that offers free room and board to anyone willing to listen to the host's odd stories. After Wallace calls up the individual, a wheelchair-bound former Canadian seaman named Howard Howe, he agrees to stay at Howe's mansion. What follows after Wallace agrees is a tale of horror, blood, and insanity. Tusk is a co-production between SModcast Pictures and Demarest Films. Kevin Smith provides his hand as the film's director, writer, and editor; while his wife, Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, and teenage daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, appear on screen in minor roles.