The movie start briefly in 1621, or as the caption says, “the olden days.” It is just moments after the very first Thanksgiving. We then see books, attached to a woman, in the woods running and hiding from…. something. And then a turkey kills her…. with an axe??? Why an axe, he has a beak?
The movie then comes to present time, to a bunch of dull and dumb college students, who will soon begin to die too. They deserve it, for being so dumb.
As with most of the horror movies I review, this one too is full of bad acting, bad line and just plain bad everything. And that is why it is a cult classic.
This DVD has many extras, but the blooper reel is the best, in my opinion.
If you like B horror flicks, cult classics and laughing your butt off… you will love ThanksKilling.
(This movie was supplied to me, for free, from MVD, for review purposes.)