There just aren’t that many movies about Thanksgiving, especially horror movies. Thankskilling aimed to change that. I guess what was made could be called a movie, so, in that way, they succeeded. I had heard so bad it is good things about this movie for a while. It was horrible yes, but did this make it good? Yeah, It kind of did. The acting was horrible, the camera work wasn’t great, the turkey was horribly fake, but it looked like everyone was having a great time. The plot was horrible and I especially love that the kids survive the night only for the Turkey to steal a car and track them down. This movie wasn’t even trying to take itself seriously.
It isn’t rated, but it is easily an R movie. So children and pregnant women should not watch it.