Clips from Kevin Smith's Yoga Hosers feature Tusk stars and Bratzis

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Next Tuesday, August 30th, Fathom Events will be hosting a special one-night-only sneak preview of Kevin Smith's latest film YOGA HOSERS in theatres across the United States. The "Kevin Smith's Yoga Hosers Premiere Party" will include a screening of the movie, behind the scenes footage, interviews with cast and crew, and a Q&A with Smith and members of the cast.

If you miss that event or just want to see the movie without all the bells and whistles, the proper theatrical release will follow one week from today, on September 2nd.

In anticipation of YOGA HOSERS' impending release, a new batch of clips have been released online, giving a further look at the film that Smith has described at different points as CLUELESS meets GREMLINS, GHOULIES, or GHOULIES III: GHOULIES GO TO COLLEGE. A spin-off from Smith's film TUSK, YOGA HOSERS has the following synopsis: 

15-year-olds Colleen Collette and Colleen McKenzie (Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp) are on their smartphones constantly, sing in a small band, and take yoga classes. The girls will do just about anything to receive an invitation to a senior party. But when they discover the leader of a Nazi splinter group has been raising an army of monsters beneath the store where they work, the teens team up with a legendary man-hunter (Johnny Depp) to stop the world-threatening uprising.

Co-starring with Smith and the Depps are Jennifer Schwalbach, Austin Butler, Tyler Posey, Kevin Conroy, Stan Lee, Jason Mewes, Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, Ralph Garman, and Harley Morenstein. While the three leads and Schwalbach are reprising their roles from TUSK, the other TUSK stars who appear in the film are playing new characters, which you can see in two of the three clips below.

First up we have a clip that IndieWire got the exclusive first look at, featuring Genesis Rodriguez as an intense gym teacher named Ms. Wicklund.

Next is the walrus himself Justin Long, this time playing a strip mall yoga teacher called Yogi Bayer. This yogi teaches a very unconventional type of yoga, and I have to assume that much of the lesson he gives the Colleens is made up of Long improvs.

In the third and final clip, we see the Colleens putting some of their yoga moves to use as they go to battle with the film's tiny terrors, the Bratzis - foot tall Nazis made of sentient bratwurst who have concentrated sauerkraut for blood. While the Bratzis are the primary draw of this film for viewers with my sensibilities, I disagree with the choice to release such a long clip of the Bratzi fight. Bratzi action should be saved for the screen.

Extra Tidbit: What do you think of the clips?
Source: YouTubeIndieWire



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