Tuesday, July 22, 2014

ThanksKilling review

It’s that time of year where fall is almost over and those grouchy relatives wanna come to your house and eat up all your food and you gotta put on the forced smile and pretend you even enjoy being in their company…yup Thanksgiving. Well if you’ve enough of that shit just call in the killer turkey from the film ThanksKilling. This film is destined to become a horror cult classic!

Let me get this out first so you understand what exactly what you are getting yourself into. This movie is stupid as hell so you need a sense of humor to enjoy it and that’s exactly what I did. It was a boring Friday night so I popped it in and the next thing you know my sides were hurting from the comical situations this damn killer turkey was in. 

My favorite part was when the turkey went to Kirsten’s house looking for her and her Dad answers the door dressed up as a turkey for his annual costume party. They sit there at the dinner table sipping coffee while chatting and the turkey has on these black eyeglasses, it was just hysterical to me. Finally the turkey has had it and adds daddy to the victims list.  

I don’t want to give to much away but this little bugger takes a Que from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre in one scene and then maybe the Toxic Avenger in another. You just have to see it to believe it. The gang needs to find the turkey in his tee-pee and spout out a spell while finally burning the turkey at the stake. Can they kill this turkey that seems completely unstoppable?

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  • Weezy

    This is glorious. I need this movie, I collect B-Horror films that are seasonal.!!!!

  • chuck lamb

    LOL…. I don’t know if the DVD will show the OUT TAKES of that scene, but it was totally improv and some of the out takes should be hilarious. Trying to keep a straight face was the hardest part.

    Glad you liked it and yes, it’s me Chuck Lamb, (Dead Body Guy) Sheriff Roud

    Glad you liked the movie and I enjoy your site.

    Chuck

  • squirtmandotcom

    this movie rocks!! Chuck is hilarious I still luv the part this coffee tastes like shit did u take a dump in it? n she says yes n shows the coffee pot with the crap n it lol it was so random n funny

  • Anonymous

    This movie was absoulutly hilarious.. me and my friends were honestly confused by the begininning scene. WHERE IN THE HELL WILL YOU FIND SOME PIONEER RUNNING THROUGH THE FOREST WITH HER SHIRT UNBOTTONED??!! the acting was horrible.. it was actually such a shitty movie that we were wondering if they were even being serious anymore.

    i was most suprised by when the turkey used the dads face as a mask.. what a dumbass daughter….

  • tyler

    I LOVED this movie it was sooo funny!

  • Doominator

    This movie is either really, REALLY good, or really REALLY bad. There's nothing inbetween lol.

    And if you've seen it, you're going to say the second option. I for one cannot wait for the sequel… IN SPACE!

  • KrazyKritic

    Let me start simple.

    The negatives of this film can be summed up with these three major cons:
    1. The premise is stupid.
    2. The premise is stupid.
    and 3. (surprise, surprise) THE PREMISE IS FUCKING STUPID!!!

    And that's not the only thing. The writing is lame, the puns, one-liners and humor in general are as funny as a gunshot to the throat, the design of the turkey puppet is just plain laughable, the SFX make a SyFy original look like Avatar and the acting (especially from Ali) is just diabolical. But, it was obviously made that way. It’s not trying to be good. In fact, this movie knows exactly how much it sucks and wants to share that with the world and that is the secret ingredient that makes it all come together. This was an obvious parody of the average present-day horror flick and honestly, it's entertaining.It's kind of like Tommy Wiseau's "The Room" or James Nguyen's "Birdemic: Shock & Terror." It's a movie so bad that it has to be seen to believe.

    The positives of this film however (believe it or not, there is some positives) definitely include the scenes with the turkey. I believe that his Chucky-esque one-liners ("You just got stuffed!"; "Gobble, gobble, motherfucker!") and his all-around appearance make him the shining star of this crapfest and that's not really a good thing, given that he's a puppet. Also, the cinematography is pretty top-notch for a film with a $3,500 budget. Those are the only two pros of this movie, but honestly, it's actually worth 66 minutes if you want to kill an hour or just give you and your stoner friends something to laugh at.

    In short, it's worth checking out.

  • Doctor Positron

    OH GOD! The dinner scene was brilliant. I love that nobody notices that it’s just a turkey wearing her fathers face. I was almost crying.




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