There’s only one thing more disturbing than your creepy uncle on Thanksgiving, that’s Thanksgiving-themed horror films and we just happen to have a list of them for you, so fill up on turkey and settle in for a real treat.
The First film up is Thankskilling. The cover of the film advertises “Boobs in the first second” and sure enough, there they are. Any movie that stars a monster, talking, tomahawk-wielding turkey must be seen. Just when you think it couldn’t get any better, you learn there are two sequels to Thankskilling.
When a college girl who is alone on campus over Thanksgiving break is targeted by a group of outcasts, she must conquer her deepest fears.
Home Sweet Home
An escaped psychopath crashes a Thanksgiving and people are brutally murdered. The film even features a KISS fan killed with an electric guitar.
A man is experimented on by a scientist and is transformed into a turkey-headed monster with a thirst for blood.
Addams Family Values
What’s more adorable than Wednesday Addams in an Indian costume, while trying to escape a camp and save her uncle Fester? Nothing.
Alien Abduction: Incident In Lake County
The film, a remake of Dean Alito’s (who also directed this film) found-footage film The McPherson Tapes (1989), is billed as a home movie of the McPherson’s Thanksgiving Dinner. During their meal, the family is abducted by aliens never finishing their meal.
Actor Kristian Ayre actually filmed part of the movie while acting in the scene. After it appeared on TV the local sheriff had to make a statement to the public saying that the footage was just a movie.
There aren’t very many Thanksgiving horror films, but luckily there is a Black Friday film to help fill the gap.
No, this movie isn’t about shoppers willing to kill for a good deal, but it is a great idea for a movie.
In Black Friday (1940), Dr. Sovac transplants the brain of a gangster into his friend’s body to save his life, but there is a dangerous side effect, his friend develops a split personality. Two horror movie legends star in this film, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.
Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!