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ThanksKilling

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Gobble, Gobble, Motherfu@#$r!!!

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1621, Native Americans have placed a curse on the pilgrims by using native magic to create a demonically possessed turkey that promises to wreak vengeful havoc on the white man until the curse is able to be broken. You heard about the first Thanksgiving. You've seen the timeless photos of Native Americans sitting down to a feast with the English Puritans who aren't able to cut it in the new world. But what happened after dinner? After all, there was no big screen TV to loosen the belt in front of while downing some brews to college football. Well, ThanksKilling fills in those gaping holes in American history. Get ready for some carnage. And folks... this film promises to be one he*l of a turkey! A bare breas*ed Puritan (ain't nothin' more pure than that) runs through the woods, scared shi*less from something presumably Indians. Not so much. She s got a homicidal turkey on her tail and that turkey is out for blood, but oddly the axe doesn't fall before the turkey compliments her brea*ts. Kinda ironic that a turkey should be a brea*t man. Cut forward to present time and five college kids (the most mismatched bunch of buddies you've seen) are headed out of school and to Thanksgiving break, which, from their excitement you'd think was Spring Break. Meanwhile, somewhere in the middle of the woods, presumably not far away, a Collie dog named Flashy (Lassie's younger cousin?) traipses about the woods with his redneck owner and pis*es on some Indian relic in the woods, subsequently raising the dead and getting the hatchet from that nearly 400 year old turkey (As a note, the film claims Tom Turkey is 510 years old. But my math says that 2009 minus 1621 equals 388. So someone missed math class somewhere along the way). Not for nothing, but anyway you do the math that's a long time to hold a grudge. When the kids break down on the side of the road, they decide that instead of trying to get help (nice to see no one has or uses their cellphones), they should break out the tents and booze it up right where they broke down. Sadly for them it s a full moon, and with Tom Turkey on the prowl it s going to be on long night for some of them it s going to be their last! Listen folks, when it comes to Thanksgiving horror the pickin's are pretty slim. ThanksKilling is a film that no matter how good or bad it is will automatically find itself into every annoying holiday list cra*ped out by a wide variety of film sites, simply because there's no competition. I'm not knockin this. I'm just sayin . But is it really worth your time? That depends. Overall, this is a pretty flaccid, albeit slightly entertaining pic that has some mildly redeeming points, if what you're into is schlocky B-grade horror a la Tromaville. There were a few things that pleasantly surprised me, though. There's not much to comment on regarding the acting. It s pretty much what you'd expect from a film called ThanksKilling. But what I did like is that we at least get a few entertaining characters, who, despite the cra*tastic acting and flat delivery of lines that are delivered with the total enthusiasm of Ben Stein reading from a teleprompter, are somehow likeable, or at least laughable. Natasha Cordova (that hussy Ali) really stood out above the pack, and not just because of her perky brea*ts. Her commitment to the role of dumb sl*t really filled in the cracks surrounding the characters we were supposed to be following. And it's sad to say, but Darren (Francis) would have made a better final girl than Kristen (Anderson). The homo-erotic overtones kept the comic relief in full effect whenever Ali didn't get a line edgewise... (continued online at Brutal As Hell) --Brutal As Hell

1621, Native Americans have placed a curse on the pilgrims by using native magic to create a demonically possessed turkey that promises to wreak vengeful havoc on the white man until the curse is able to be broken. You heard about the first Thanksgiving. You've seen the timeless photos of Native Americans sitting down to a feast with the English Puritans who aren't able to cut it in the new world. But what happened after dinner? After all, there was no big screen TV to loosen the belt in front of while downing some brews to college football. Well, ThanksKilling fills in those gaping holes in American history. Get ready for some carnage. And folks... this film promises to be one he*l of a turkey! A bare breas*ed Puritan (ain't nothin' more pure than that) runs through the woods, scared shi*less from something presumably Indians. Not so much. She s got a homicidal turkey on her tail and that turkey is out for blood, but oddly the axe doesn't fall before the turkey compliments her brea*ts. Kinda ironic that a turkey should be a brea*t man. Cut forward to present time and five college kids (the most mismatched bunch of buddies you've seen) are headed out of school and to Thanksgiving break, which, from their excitement you'd think was Spring Break. Meanwhile, somewhere in the middle of the woods, presumably not far away, a Collie dog named Flashy (Lassie's younger cousin?) traipses about the woods with his redneck owner and pis*es on some Indian relic in the woods, subsequently raising the dead and getting the hatchet from that nearly 400 year old turkey (As a note, the film claims Tom Turkey is 510 years old. But my math says that 2009 minus 1621 equals 388. So someone missed math class somewhere along the way). Not for nothing, but anyway you do the math that's a long time to hold a grudge. When the kids break down on the side of the road, they decide that instead of trying to get help (nice to see no one has or uses their cellphones), they should break out the tents and booze it up right where they broke down. Sadly for them it s a full moon, and with Tom Turkey on the prowl it s going to be on long night for some of them it s going to be their last! Listen folks, when it comes to Thanksgiving horror the pickin's are pretty slim. ThanksKilling is a film that no matter how good or bad it is will automatically find itself into every annoying holiday list cra*ped out by a wide variety of film sites, simply because there's no competition. I'm not knockin this. I'm just sayin . But is it really worth your time? That depends. Overall, this is a pretty flaccid, albeit slightly entertaining pic that has some mildly redeeming points, if what you're into is schlocky B-grade horror a la Tromaville. There were a few things that pleasantly surprised me, though. There's not much to comment on regarding the acting. It s pretty much what you'd expect from a film called ThanksKilling. But what I did like is that we at least get a few entertaining characters, who, despite the cra*tastic acting and flat delivery of lines that are delivered with the total enthusiasm of Ben Stein reading from a teleprompter, are somehow likeable, or at least laughable. Natasha Cordova (that hussy Ali) really stood out above the pack, and not just because of her perky brea*ts. Her commitment to the role of dumb sl*t really filled in the cracks surrounding the characters we were supposed to be following. And it's sad to say, but Darren (Francis) would have made a better final girl than Kristen (Anderson). The homo-erotic overtones kept the comic relief in full effect whenever Ali didn't get a line edgewise... (continued online at Brutal As Hell) --Brutal As Hell

1621, Native Americans have placed a curse on the pilgrims by using native magic to create a demonically possessed turkey that promises to wreak vengeful havoc on the white man until the curse is able to be broken. You heard about the first Thanksgiving. You've seen the timeless photos of Native Americans sitting down to a feast with the English Puritans who aren't able to cut it in the new world. But what happened after dinner? After all, there was no big screen TV to loosen the belt in front of while downing some brews to college football. Well, ThanksKilling fills in those gaping holes in American history. Get ready for some carnage. And folks... this film promises to be one he*l of a turkey! A bare breas*ed Puritan (ain't nothin' more pure than that) runs through the woods, scared shi*less from something presumably Indians. Not so much. She s got a homicidal turkey on her tail and that turkey is out for blood, but oddly the axe doesn't fall before the turkey compliments her brea*ts. Kinda ironic that a turkey should be a brea*t man. Cut forward to present time and five college kids (the most mismatched bunch of buddies you've seen) are headed out of school and to Thanksgiving break, which, from their excitement you'd think was Spring Break. Meanwhile, somewhere in the middle of the woods, presumably not far away, a Collie dog named Flashy (Lassie's younger cousin?) traipses about the woods with his redneck owner and pis*es on some Indian relic in the woods, subsequently raising the dead and getting the hatchet from that nearly 400 year old turkey (As a note, the film claims Tom Turkey is 510 years old. But my math says that 2009 minus 1621 equals 388. So someone missed math class somewhere along the way). Not for nothing, but anyway you do the math that's a long time to hold a grudge. When the kids break down on the side of the road, they decide that instead of trying to get help (nice to see no one has or uses their cellphones), they should break out the tents and booze it up right where they broke down. Sadly for them it s a full moon, and with Tom Turkey on the prowl it s going to be on long night for some of them it s going to be their last! Listen folks, when it comes to Thanksgiving horror the pickin's are pretty slim. ThanksKilling is a film that no matter how good or bad it is will automatically find itself into every annoying holiday list cra*ped out by a wide variety of film sites, simply because there's no competition. I'm not knockin this. I'm just sayin . But is it really worth your time? That depends. Overall, this is a pretty flaccid, albeit slightly entertaining pic that has some mildly redeeming points, if what you're into is schlocky B-grade horror a la Tromaville. There were a few things that pleasantly surprised me, though. There's not much to comment on regarding the acting. It s pretty much what you'd expect from a film called ThanksKilling. But what I did like is that we at least get a few entertaining characters, who, despite the cra*tastic acting and flat delivery of lines that are delivered with the total enthusiasm of Ben Stein reading from a teleprompter, are somehow likeable, or at least laughable. Natasha Cordova (that hussy Ali) really stood out above the pack, and not just because of her perky brea*ts. Her commitment to the role of dumb sl*t really filled in the cracks surrounding the characters we were supposed to be following. And it's sad to say, but Darren (Francis) would have made a better final girl than Kristen (Anderson). The homo-erotic overtones kept the comic relief in full effect whenever Ali didn't get a line edgewise... (continued online at Brutal As Hell) --Brutal As Hell

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  • Actors: Chuck Lamb, Lance Predmore, Lindsey Anderson, Natasha Cordova, Wanda Lust
  • Directors: Jordan Downey
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Broad Daylight Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2009
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 180 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B002LNOJIS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,150 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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