I'm glad I was in such a good mood when I watched the movie - otherwise, I don't really know what my reaction to it would have been. Being a Tusk-virgin is really the best way to experience the movie. For the love of goodness, do not even Google the damn movie because the reveal of Wallace the Walrus will be completely ruined and you will miss out on the experience of seeing, for the first time, the funniest fucking thing you will see all year. But of course, I might be in the minority here because it seems that many people were not that impressed with Tusk or even thought it was that funny. I blame it on my good mood, but I seriously dug Tusk. Your initial reaction to the movie's silliness will probably be how you will always feel about it, so remember that if you venture into these very, very strange waters.
Call me crazy, but I'm giving Tusk a thumbs up. There's always room in horror for the truly bizarre, and sometimes the truly pointless, and this movie fits that bill perfectly. The actors commit to their roles, and the movie feels serious when it is completely not serious at all at the same time. It's good for a lot of laughs, but don't look for much beyond that.