Home Entertainment Eli Roth’s Slasher Movie THANKSGIVING Sadistic Teaser Trailer Released

Eli Roth’s Slasher Movie THANKSGIVING Sadistic Teaser Trailer Released

by William Linden

Get ready for a gruesome cinematic experience with the release of director Eli Roth’s highly anticipated horror slasher film, “Thanksgiving.” The first teaser trailer has just dropped, and if you’re a fan of sadistic and blood-soaked horror, this one promises to deliver in spades.

“Thanksgiving” is not entirely new to fans of Eli Roth. It’s based on the faux trailer he directed for the 2017 film “Grindhouse.” However, this time, the story has been fleshed out, and it’s set to take audiences on a terrifying ride through a Massachusetts town that has an annual tradition of celebrating Thanksgiving like no other.

At the heart of the film is a killer who has a rather unique way of preparing his Thanksgiving feast. Instead of a traditional carving board, he creates one from the unfortunate inhabitants of the town. As you might expect, this means the movie will be overflowing with blood, gore, and death, making it a must-see for hardcore slasher film enthusiasts.

The cast is nothing short of impressive, featuring Addison Rae (“He’s All That”) in the lead role, along with stars like Patrick Dempsey, Jalen Thomas Brooks (“Walker”), Milo Manheim (“Zombies”), Nell Verlaque (“Big Shot”), Gina Gershon (“Chucky”), Tim Dillon, and Rick Hoffman (“Hostel”). With such a talented ensemble, the performances are bound to be captivating and chilling.

Eli Roth collaborated on the script with Jeff Rendell, promising a screenplay that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Produced by Roger Birnbaum and Eli Roth himself, “Thanksgiving” is set to hit theaters on November 17th, 2023. Mark your calendars because this is one Thanksgiving celebration you won’t want to miss!

So, if you’re ready for a horrifying journey filled with suspense, terror, and a healthy dose of dark humor, “Thanksgiving” is the cinematic treat you’ve been waiting for. Brace yourself for a nightmarish Thanksgiving feast like no other, where the only thing more disturbing than the turkey is the killer who carves it.

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