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When Eli Roth hit the horror scene, he made a huge splash. CABIN FEVER (2002) and HOSTEL (2005) were hits. Then in 2007, the Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez movie GRINDHOUSE came out with fake trailer added to it making it feel like a true 42nd production. One of those trailers was the remarkable one created by Eli Roth advertising a fake movie called THANKSGIVING. Now sixteen years later, the true movie has been made.When a Thursday night “Black Friday” sale on Thanksgiving happens in the town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, a handful of people are killed from customer violence and the lack of police or security. Over the next year, people are pointing fingers at each other determining who to blame. When the daughter of the store owner of the massacre receives a macabre text message, a serial killer has announced their presence.The movie is directed by Eli Roth and written by Jeff Rendell based off the original faux-trailer. The movie stars Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Gina Gershon, Karen Cliche, among others. Getting solid reviews by both critics and audiences alike, two questions remain. One, is the movie actually any good, and two, does it live up to the original faux-trailer. Your co-hosts take a look and give their thoughts.
Welcome to Dunes Cantina Vol. 20! Tonight, T-Boo hosts a Horror Trivia Contest, with prizes up for grabs, and the participants include: Mr. & Mrs. Grindhouse, Ricky, Trevor, Ashley, Snap, Shay, Ever, Traveling Strawberry and Professor Witchington! TNC Discord: https://discord.gg/UBW7g5bvXY Official Website: https://thenightclub.fireside.fm/ Special Guests: Amandolin, Ashley , Ever, Howard Hawkins, Mrs. Grindhouse, Professor Witchington, Shay, Snap, and Strawberry.
Join me as I talk about Eli Roth's long awaited Thanksgiving with Adam and Gil! Do we have a new iconic slasher? Is this a new holiday horror classic? Let's find out!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5023627/advertisement
Alexis Hejna and Dorian Price present their Thanksgiving 2023 Movie Review!Thanksgiving is a 2023 American slasher film directed by Eli Roth, from a screenplay written by Jeff Rendell and a story by Roth and Rendell, who produced with Roger Birnbaum. Based on Roth's fictitious trailer of the same name from Grindhouse (2007), it is the third feature-length adaptation of a fictitious Grindhouse trailer after Robert Rodriguez's Machete (2010) and Jason Eisener's Hobo with a Shotgun (2011). The film stars Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Milo Manheim, Jalen Thomas Brooks, Nell Verlaque, Rick Hoffman, and Gina Gershon.Thanksgiving was released in the United States by TriStar Pictures on November 17, 2023. The film received generally positive reviews from critics and has grossed $29.9 million.Disclaimer: The following may contain offensive language, adult humor, and/or content that some viewers may find offensive – The views and opinions expressed by any one speaker does not explicitly or necessarily reflect or represent those of Mark Radulich or W2M Network.Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things:https://linktr.ee/markkind76alsoFB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSWTiktok: @markradulichtwitter: @MarkRadulich
Thanksgiving, 2023! Thanksgiving, the movie. Planes Tranes & Automobiles. (Also the movie) Worst era of fashion in LA history? Things that annoy me on dating apps: shitty dogs, and pretending you go to the farmers market on Sunday. (You dont) Another totally reasonably priced Hinge date, and hot stuff Eric Rocha doing the main room at the Comedy Store. "Bland For Peace," the Neil (not so) Young video.
This week, Katie and Brit are blessed to be the guests on The Cinedicate: Film & TV Podcast. Host Armand Haddad leads a spirited discussion of Eli Roth's THANKSGIVING (2023). Did it satisfy our cravings? Or leave us wanting more? Listen and find out!Thank you to Armand and The Cinedicate for having us and sharing this fun episode with our listeners! Follow for more episodes on Cinedicate.com Stay Spoopy ya'll!From The Cinedicate:Thanksgiving, a once highly anticipated horror film, generated immense excitement through its captivating and gruesome trailer in Tarantino & Rodriguez's Grindhouse . However, as viewers flocked to the theaters, they were met with a lackluster film that failed to live up to the promises of its trailer. This podcast explores the disappointment and missed opportunities of Thanksgiving, delving into the reasons behind its downfall. From the lack of violence to the missed chance for campy hilarity, join us as we unravel the discrepancy between the highly anticipated trailer and the lackluster reality of Thanksgiving by Eli Roth.The trailer for "Thanksgiving" had a perfect balance of campiness and humor that had viewers excited for what was to come. Lines like "all will be carved" and the turkey puppet scene were both horrifying and funny at the same time. But unfortunately, the movie didn't fully embrace this campy route. Perhaps the director, in his serious directorial approach, may have felt that camp wasn't something he wanted to pursue anymore. But as a viewer, I can't help but feel that the film missed an opportunity to fully embrace its comedic potential.Read More on Cinedicate.com.This episode belongs to The Cinedicate: Film & TV Podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
It's our freshest episode of SlashU ever! Even if it's posted a few days late, we still wanted to get out a Thanksgiving episode. This one is so fresh it's still in theaters (at the time of recording). We covered Thanksgiving from 2023. It's a brand new slasher flick by Eli Roth. Adapted from a mock movie trailer that showed up in 2007's Grindhouse, this one centers around the small town of Plymouth, MA the birthplace of Thanksgiving. A killer dressed as John Carver is out for revenge after the tragic events of last year's Black Friday shopping mob. Take a seat around the table and listen.Follow us on Instagram @SlashU_Podcastcheck out the Facebook page tooVisit SlashUpodcast.com for all our moviesEmail us as SlashUpodcast@gmail.comThanks to ZapSplat.com for our sound FX Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chris and Taylor are back from a nice thanksgiving break with a second helping! Here they review the slasher film, Thanksgiving, directed by Eli Roth, from a screenplay written by Jeff Rendell and a story by Roth and Rendell, who produced with Roger Birnbaum. Based on Roth's fictitious trailer of the same name from Grindhouse (2007), it is the third feature-length adaptation of a fictitious Grindhouse trailer after Robert Rodriguez's Machete (2010) and Jason Eisener's Hobo with a Shotgun (2011). In the film, an axe-wielding maniac terrorizes residents of Plymouth, Mass., after a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy. Picking off victims one by one, the seemingly random revenge killings soon become part of a larger, sinister plan. The film stars Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Milo Manheim, Jalen Thomas Brooks, Nell Verlaque, Rick Hoffman, and Gina Gershon. Follow us on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepotentialpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepotentialpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/thepotentialpodSupport us on Patreon:patreon.com/thepotentialpodcastThanks to our sponsors: Let'sGetChecked: Get 25% off your health test at trylgc.com/potential and enter promo code POTENTIAL25 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Thanksgiving, a once highly anticipated horror film, generated immense excitement through its captivating and gruesome trailer in Tarantino & Rodriguez's Grindhouse . However, as viewers flocked to the theaters, they were met with a lackluster film that failed to live up to the promises of its trailer. This podcast explores the disappointment and missed opportunities of Thanksgiving, delving into the reasons behind its downfall. From the lack of violence to the missed chance for campy hilarity, join us as we unravel the discrepancy between the highly anticipated trailer and the lackluster reality of Thanksgiving by Eli Roth.The trailer for "Thanksgiving" had a perfect balance of campiness and humor that had viewers excited for what was to come. Lines like "all will be carved" and the turkey puppet scene were both horrifying and funny at the same time. But unfortunately, the movie didn't fully embrace this campy route. Perhaps the director, in his serious directorial approach, may have felt that camp wasn't something he wanted to pursue anymore. But as a viewer, I can't help but feel that the film missed an opportunity to fully embrace its comedic potential.Read More on Cinedicate.com----------Listen to Brit and Katie on their podcast, The Grindhouse Girls.----------Support Cinedicate on PatreonThe Cinedicate on InstagramThe Cinedicate's Discord Community Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, Adam and Bruce head to the Grindhouse to get extra grimey as we review Malibu High from 1979. Executive Producers: Derrick Copling (Sir Slick Derrick The Knight Bard), Brian Zee (Spider-Zee), Jens W, Matthew Schnapp, Nate Stewart (King Solomon's Frog), Noah Overton (Noah of The Dark Woods), Orange Crush, Peter "Not So Bad Lookin'" Pernice, Tim Shifflet (The Longhauler) New Dirty Baby March- SHOP HMP! Follow Us on TikTok Check out Bruce's YouTube Page Join our Subreddit! HeroMoviePodcast.com Support us on HMP's Patreon Buy Nerdspawn Genesis (Leslieverse Tales Book 1) Buy Our Merch! Review us on iTunes Like Us on Facebook Subscribe to our YouTube Page Follow us on Twitter and Instagram Listen to us on our new show- Mandalorian 30 Questions Adam Portrais: Twitter Nerd Talk Now The Film Find- Twitter Bruce Leslie: Twitter Heroes and Villains PodcastChubby Wizard Sean Kovacs: Twitter
16 years after Eli Roth served horror fans a taste of an 80s-era holiday slasher called “Thanksgiving,” we finally got the main course — a feature film! Tune in to hear us break down every over-the-top kill, every Turkey Day reference, that horrifyingly real Black Friday opening, and whether by the end we were stuffed or hungry for more!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4654832/advertisement
SPOILER ALERT! AS WITH EVERY SPECIAL EDITION WE WILL BE DISCUSSING SPECIFIC PLOT POINTSEli Roth is a lot like Rob Zombie. (Or is it the another way around?) That is a bold statement, but we talk about what the two horror fans have in common - and it is not the fact they both had trailers in Grindhouse. The difference is Roth knows how to put together a movie. Still, there have been some missteps along the way. Does Roth let his worst instincts take over Thanksgiving or is it more like the classic Cabin Fever?It is hard to talk about any high school slasher made in the last quarter century without talking about Scream. The movie deconstructed horror and its influence is still felt. It is a very high bar, and most films do not even come close to meeting that lofty standard. We break down the things that Thanksgiving was able to succeed at and what did not work as well.Whether they are there to be fodder or provide some level of depth, characters are an important part of any slasher. Thanksgiving has a surprisingly strong cast that do an excellent job getting audiences invested. But the thing most people will watch the movie for are the kills. The opening segment will clue in anyone watching. We discuss how well things were done and one of the most disturbing scenes we have watched all year.Adventures in Movies! is a part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Morbidly Beautiful is your one stop shop for all your horror needs. From the latest news and reviews to interviews and old favorites, it can be found at Morbidly Beautiful.Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel and Blake. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AdventuresinMo1.Music in the background from https://www.FesliyanStudios.com
Happy Thanksgiving! As a special release on Thanksgiving Day, we're bringing you an episode on Eli Roth's new film Thanksgiving, influenced by his own trailer for the Grindhouse films in 2007. We talk about making a feature-length film out of short schlock, the gory details, whether these characters are even relatable, and a whole lot more in this special Turkey Day feast. Enjoy, and turn it on for the family at the dinner table! We're also drinking Genesee Brewing's Citrus Pils. Approximate timeline 0:00-12:00 Intro 12:00-20:00 Beer talk 20:00-end Thanksgiving Next up: we start our Lacey Chabert Christmas. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bloodandblackrum/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bloodandblackrum/support
The Filmlosophers and Jr Filmlosopher Sarah want to wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday as they take a fun look at Eli Roth's pilgrim serial slasher film, Thanksgiving. The Cornucopiatic Compadres unravel the entertaining yet visceral dissection of the holiday masterpiece, a project solely based on a mock trailer created by Roth for the 2007 experimental Horror film, Grindhouse. With the nature of Hollywood Horror these days, however, do Slasher films still have a place in theaters? Or does the success and drive for more only highlight the market and audience that may be underfed? Well, grab your turkey drumsticks and popcorn and find out in this week's special episode of The Filmosphers!
This week in in the video dungeon we're taking a look at a movie 16 years in the making! Originally part of the fake trailer showcase included in the Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez double feature event GRINDHOUSE, Thanksgiving promised us a glorious holiday slasher throwback with all the exploitation fixin's! Now we're talking turkey, but was Eli Roth's Thanksgiving worth the wait? Sharpen up that axe, and slip into your best Boston accent because it's time to set the table for THANKSGIVING!
We're early! Happy Thanksgiving! This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt fire up the oven, mash the potatoes, un-can the cranberries, and whatever else has to be done to prepare for Eli Roth's ‘Thanksgiving'. How does the latest expansion of the Grindhouse trailers hold up? Then it's the latest (and greatest?) film in the MCU, this time it's ‘The Marvels'! Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel, and Ms. Marvel team up to stop the Kree from devasting the galaxy. And maybe an X-Man or 2 may show up to tease us with the existence of mutants yet again. There's the all the fixins' associated with the big releases on Physical, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week! Then Matt and Chris close out the show by sharing their 5 Favorite Slasher Villains. So sharpen that carving knife and prepare for your Uncle's crazy conspiracy theories. It's another gravy covered episode of The First Run!00:00-11:37: Intro/Thanksgiving11:38-23:26: Physical Media Picks23:27-38:26: The Marvels38:27-53:24: 5 Favorite 80's Slashers53:25-55:27: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
Sixteen years after Grindhouse rocked pop culture with an assortment of faux Z-grade movie trailers, the feature-length version of Eli Roth's slasher spoof, Thanksgiving, is finally here!But is it as grand a feast as fans were promised--or a dried-out bird with stale rolls and cold sides?Join Earth's Mightiest Critics at the Big Kids' table as we talk spoilers, sequel potential, and how Thanksgiving stacks up to more traditional cineplex fare!Subscribe, like, and comment onthe Kicking the Seat YouTube channel, and check out kickseat.com for multiple movie podcasts each week!Show LinksWatch the Thanksgiving trailer.Watch the original version of the Thanksgiving trailer (from 2007's Grindhouse). And if you'd like to hear Ian and Mark's one-on-one review of Thanksgiving, subscribe to Special Mark Productions on Patreon!Support all of Earth's Mightiest Critics at their various outlets:Check out Mark "The Movie Man" Krawczyk's The Spoiler Room Podcast.Follow David Fowlie's film criticism at Keeping It Reel.Keep up with Jeff York's criticism and caricatures at The Establishing Shot.Get educated with Don Shanahan at Every Movie Has a Lesson…...And Film Obsessive...and the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast.Make Nice with Mike Crowley of You'll Probably Agree.Keep up with Annie Banks at Chuck Load of Comics....and MoviewebAnd stir things up with Will Johnson of the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast.
After 16 years of waiting impatiently for Eli Roth to get his career in order, finally, we have a full-length feature of the much beloved 2007 Grindhouse trailer, Thanksgiving! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinekuest-video/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinekuest-video/support
Just in time for Thanksgiving, we slipped into a screening of Eli Roth's new slasher film Thanksgiving! This movie is based on the superb fake trailer from Grindhouse (2007). One year after a Black Friday sale goes awry and numerous people die, a John Carver-masked axe-wielding maniac is killing the citizens of Plymouth, Massachusetts. It sounds like a layup, but does director Eli Roth rise to the occasion?! Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Milo Manheim, Jalen Thomas Brooks, Nell Verlaque, Rick Hoffman, and Gina Gershon star! Happy Thanksgiving!
This week we take a look at Eli Roth's "Thanksgiving" based on the original "Grindhouse" trailer from 2007! Don't forget to follow us at: facebook.com/jaythomasofmix945 facebook.com/TheRewatchPodcast instagram.com/the_rewatch_podcast/ instagram.com/jaythomas416/
Simon Morris looks at three films that all revisit familiar ideas - a prequel to a popular franchise, a horror film inspired by a joke trailer and a modern day take on the English upper classes of Downton Abbey and Brideshead Revisited. The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, the prequel to the popular series, sees the young Coriolanus Snow fall in love with a Tribute - one of the contestants in the lethal Games. Stars Rachel Zegler (West Side Story), Tom Blyth (TV's The Gilded Age) and Viola Davis (The Woman King). Saltburn finds a penniless student invited to the country house of the aristocratic Catton family. Starring Barry Keoghan (The Banshees of Inisherin), Rosamund Pike (Gone girl) and Archie Madekwe (Gran Turismo), it's written and directed by Emerald Fennell (Promising young woman). And Thanksgiving is a horror film that started out as a parody Grindhouse trailer before turning in to the real thing. Starring Patrick Dempsey (Grey's Anatomy), it's directed by Eli Roth (Hostel).
Today we have a very, very special guest. Somebody who I've wanted to have on the show since I first started the show a few years ago. That is the legendary Eli Roth. We basically focused the conversation on Thanksgiving, his latest movie, which I highly recommend you go see. In any case, I figured I would give everybody a brief overview of the life and career of Eli Roth before getting to the interview. Eli Roth was born in Newton, Massachusetts. His father was a psychologist, and his mother was an artist. He grew up on '80s horror and even had a horror-thriller theme to his Bar Mitzvah, where he got sawed in half. He went on to attend the NYU Tisch Film School, and he made what he called a Tarantino rip-off, a short called "Restaurant Dogs," which he spent about $10,000 on and used as a calling card to get his first feature made. His first feature, of course, was Cabin Fever in 2003. So Cabin Fever was based on a real-life skin rash that he got while riding ponies on a farm in Iceland. Turns out it was ringworm, and he claims that when he was scratching his leg, entire pieces of skin were peeling off. He then went to shave his face, and it had affected his face too. And as he tried to shave, entire swaths of skin came off of his face. Eli claimed that he essentially shaved off half of his face before realizing this is a perfect concept for a horror movie. He then went on to write the script, but it took six years for him to raise the $1.5 million budget, which he raised through private investments. The movie went on the festival circuit, and Tarantino saw it and claimed it was the best new American movie. It was eventually bought by Lionsgate at the Toronto Film Festival in what was the festival's biggest sale and then went on to earn $35 million globally. Perhaps Eli Roth is best known for his breakout horror hit, Hostel. This is my favorite Eli Roth movie. There's something about it that I find to be just timeless and ruthless but still a lot, a lot of fun. It mixes brutality with fun in equal measure and it gets really dark and really brutal and really scary, and you almost don't think you can handle it, but somehow you can. Hostel was made for a budget of $4 million and opened number one at the box office opening weekend, eventually taking in $20 million in its first weekend and grossing $80 million worldwide at the box office. Eli turned down multiple studio directing jobs and took a directing salary of only $10,000 on Hostel to keep the budget as low as possible so there would be no limits set on the violence. In 2006, film critic David Edelstein in New York Magazine credited Eli Roth with creating the horror subgenre, "torture porn." So when you think about it, the early 2000s was a pretty watershed time for horror. The '90s were relatively tame compared to the '80s. Of course, in the '90s you had Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, but they paled in comparison to the buckets of gore that we saw with franchises like Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and even the Texas Chainsaw sequels that came out in the '80s. However, the early 2000s led to the Splat Pack. This is a number of directors who were considered to contribute to a gleeful revival of gore being put back into movies, and Eli Roth was a big part of it. They include Eli Roth, Alexander Aja, Adam Green, Rob Zombie, and James Wan. There were a few others, but these were the main guys credited as being part of the Splat Pack. So to put this into chronological order, first came High Tension in 2003, which also kick-started French extremism. That was director Alexander Aja. And that movie is fantastic. I highly, highly recommend it. Next came Rob Zombie's amazing House of a Thousand Corpses. I recently bought the Blu-ray, and I think I've bought this movie about five times now because I just cannot stop. In any case... Saw is what really kicked off torture porn in 2004 and essentially paved the way for Hostel, which came out in 2005. Hostel was then followed up by Hatchet from Adam Green in 2006. The Hatchet movies are a lot, a lot of fun. If you're a Friday the 13th fan, you definitely need to check these out. SO I also figured I would give you Eli Roth essentials. These are what I consider to be Eli Roth's core horror movies. First is Cabin Fever. As I mentioned before, it's fun. It's fantastic. It is really, really repulsive. It's great to see what he was able to do on a limited budget, and you get glimpses of his overall sensibility. Next, Hostel. Unmatched brutality and humor. Eli Roth's best movie, in my opinion. Next was Hostel 2, which I think was a very worthwhile follow-up. He claims that he lost audiences on this one because it was too brutal and it lacked the humor of the first one, but I kind of disagree. It might not be as funny, but it is a great movie, and the whole thing is worth the final kill at the end, which I still don't know how they got away with an R rating for that. I'm not going to ruin the ending for you, but I do recommend you see it. Fourth would be Green Inferno from 2013. This movie is highly underrated, and I don't know why I don't hear more people talking about this. Socially, it's very much ahead of its time and it explores what Eli Roth referred to as slacktivism, basically people who claim to get behind causes just for the vanity of it and actually don't understand the causes nor do they actually do anything about it, they just tweet about it. Somehow this feels more relevant today than ever before. Green Inferno is fantastic. It's basically Eli Roth's version of Cannibal Holocaust, which I highly recommend if you haven't seen it. Apparently you can get an animal cruelty-free version, and I highly recommend watching that version. If you're not sure what you're watching, if you see a turtle, a monkey, or a weird aardvark-looking thing. Start to fast forward. It is just not worth it. But the movie itself is fantastic. So Green Inferno, I actually almost vomited watching this movie, which has never ever happened before. I saw a screening of it, and I had to eye the exits. I had to figure out an escape plan. I didn't end up throwing up, but I had to plan for it. And like I said, never ever happened before in a movie. So yeah, so that is my Eli Roth essential core four. Again, that's Cabin Fever, Hostel, Hostel 2, and Green Inferno. All of this brings us to Thanksgiving, Eli Roth's latest movie which just came out. So I'm hoping most of you listeners have seen Grindhouse from 2007. If you haven't... Run, don't walk. Grindhouse is a fantastic, fantastic experience, and one of the most insane moviegoing experiences I've probably ever had. When you watch it now, it just feels like an impossible movie that could never ever get made ever again. Nothing like it. It's about a $70 million epic where Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino each made a grindhouse-style horror movie and in between the movies are these fake trailers for movies that don't exist. So the first fake trailer was Machete, which actually spawned two movies, and then Rob Zombie did a trailer, Edgar Wright did a trailer, and Eli Roth did a trailer, called Thanksgiving, and the trailer is so awesome and so brutal and just so completely and totally insane. And now Thanksgiving is a feature-length movie has finally come to theaters and it is a lot of fun. It's very different from the trailer. It is not an '80s style slasher. It's very much a modern reinterpretation of it, but it is a really fun theatrical experience. So when approaching the feature-length Thanksgiving, Eli had to come up with a way to contextualize the new movie against the old movie. And what he basically did was he thought of the old movie in his imagination as a movie that came out in the '80s but it was so brutal, so appalling, that it was pulled from theaters and all of the reels were destroyed and the only thing that survived was that trailer. Thanksgiving movie is a remake of that Thanksgiving movie. Pretty interesting way to frame it. And, uh, yeah, it explains why they are not all that alike, but regardless, the new Thanksgiving does not disappoint. So don't wait for streaming, just get out to the theaters and see it. So I am very pleased, very humbled, very grateful to introduce today's guest, the legendary Eli Roth. Oh
Why make the feature length version of a beloved fake trailer when you can make a watered down Blumhouse-style remake? Synopsis Plymouth, Mass the indigenous home of the pilgrims is beset by a mysterious Thanksgiving-inspired killer. Wearing the mask of Plymouth's founder and dressed as a pilgrim, the killer seems to be exacting revenge on those involved in a deadly Black Friday riot a year earlier. Between the holiday themed kills a cast of teens led by JEssica (Nell Verlaque), as well as the sexiest sheriff alive played by patrick dempsey try to unmask the killer and save the town. Review of Thanksgiving This film is based off of a fake trailer that Eli Roth created for Grindhouse to play in between the double feature Planet Terror (2007) and Death Proof (2007). The trailer was an homage to 80s hard R slashers such as Pieces and My Bloody Valentine. The film, instead of being a gritty and stylish homage, Thanksgiving feels like a lazy Blumhouse remake of a much more iconic movie. There are some great kills, half of which are shown in the trailer, but they are wrapped with a bland sanitized script full of too many uninteresting characters. Eli Roth really seems to be phoning it in on the directing. The film comes off as lazy, since there is very little style and the editing is constantly undercutting the impact of some scenes by dwelling a second too long, or not giving you crucial information. Overall it comes off as an unseasoned and undercooked turkey of a movie. Score 4/10
There will be no leftovers!Thanksgiving is a 2023 American slasher film directed by Eli Roth, from a screenplay written by Jeff Rendell and a story by Roth and Rendell, who produced with Roger Birnbaum. It is based on Roth's mock trailer of the same name from Grindhouse (2007). It is the fourth feature-length film to be adapted from one of the mock trailers in Grindhouse after Robert Rodriguez's Machete (2010), the sequel Machete Kills (2013) and Jason Eisener's Hobo with a Shotgun (2011).The film stars Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Milo Manheim, Jalen Thomas Brooks, Nell Verlaque, Rick Hoffman, and Gina Gershon.After a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy, a mysterious Thanksgiving-inspired killer terrorizes Plymouth, Massachusetts - the birthplace of the infamous holiday.00:00 Intro19:49 Horror News33:11 What We've Been Watching50:08 Film Review1:52:22 Name Game1:58:42 Film Rating2:03:04 OutroPodcast - https://podlink.to/horrorhangoutPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/horrorhangoutFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/horrorhangoutpodcastTwitter - https://twitter.com/horror_hangout_TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@horrorhangoutpodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/horrorhangoutpodcast/Website - http://www.hawkandcleaver.comBen - https://twitter.com/ben_erringtonAndy - https://twitter.com/andyctwritesChris - https://twitter.com/Chris_MayoBig Fat Cult - https://www.tiktok.com/@bigfatcultAudio credit - Taj Eastonhttp://tajeaston.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thehorrorhangout. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
After a little break we are back with a film we've waited 16 years for. After a fake trailer as part of the Grindhouse experience back in 2007; we've long wondered what a feature length version of that ridiculous trailer would look like. Well wonder no more as we finally get to see if it was worth the wait or if it should have stayed as a silly fake trailer. This is also remarkably the first time we've ever covered an Eli Roth film for the main discussion on the podcast and it's long overdue. Elsewhere this week; Black Mirror will be returning to Netflix. Mike Flanagan's next film is NOT a horror film? And ending the show we discuss our love of Tremors and Rob Zombie. Thanksgiving is available in cinemas worldwide nowFollow us on Twitter @SHBPodEmail us: SuperHorrorBrosPodcast@gmail.com**Please take the time to review & rate us on iTunes or your podcast service of choice. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for potential listeners to find us. Thanks!**
Well, it took sixteen years but it finally made it to the screen, Thanksgiving has arrived. The film, based off the trailer in the 2007 film Grindhouse, is a throwback to the slashers of the 80 and 90s. Where to find us: https://linktr.ee/Jumpscarepodcast #thanksgiving #thanksgivingmovie #horrormovies #eliroth #horrorpodcast #moviereview
In the latest episode of Rewind of the Living Dead, we're going to get the turkey ready but there will be leftovers when we review the 2023 horror film “Thanksgiving”…. Music courtesy of Andrew Scott Bell and Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
After a black Friday riot ends in tragedy, a mysterious Thanksgiving inspired killer starts terrorizing Plymouth, Massachusetts, the birthplace of the holiday. On this week's episode… Join the crew as we discuss grindhouse slashers, Patrick Dempsey, and Eli Roth's latest holiday horror film, Thanksgiving (2023). Show Notes: Housekeeping (2:58) Back of the Box/Recommendations (7:15) Spoiler Warning/Full Review (10:55) Rotten Tomatoes (60:46) Trivia (66:46) Cooter of the Week (70:28) What We've Been Watching (76:05) Hotline Screams (85:33) Connect with us: Support us on Patreon Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Shop
Welcome back to Fresh Cuts,On this episode Mr. Venom, Mike, aaaaand Don are covering a movie over a decade in the making. Based on a mock up trailer packaged with the Grindhouse movie(s) release, we finally got Eli Roth's THANKSGIVING as a full length feature. Do we get the movie that the awesome trailer promised? What changes were made and were they for the better. How about that cast? How were the kills? Were we stuffed by the end of the movie? Lets all take a seat at the dinner table and carve into this bird!Have some feedback on the movie, discussion, hosts, or the show overall? Drop us a message in the comments below or fire off an email to email@example.com
What started in the Grindhouse... ends up on the dinner table! This week, we sit down for a Thanksgiving dinner with friend-of-the-show Kevin from The Reel for Real. We're hungry and ready for some new holiday horror, and thankfully, Eli Roth is serving up something good with his latest movie, THANKSGIVING. Do we think John Carver is a new slasher icon? You'll have to listen to find out! Also, along the way, we discuss Boston accents and the actors that make a meal out of them, as well as our Thanksgiving dinner plans. Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! Now pass the pecan pie and leave us in a food coma to snore in front of the TV. And go check out Kevin's TikTok! Support our show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheMattandMarkMovieShow . You can get access to fun podcast extras for as little as $1 a month. Wanna be on the show? Call us and leave a voicemail at (707) 948-6707. Visit our Linktree for more ways you can connect with us and connect with our show! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themattandmarkmovieshow/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@themattandmarkmovieshow Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-matt-and-mark-movie-show-merch?ref_id=26325 Support our show through Blubrry: https://blubrry.com/services/professional-podcast-hosting/?code=GetRecd Buy Us A Coffee: http://buymeacoffee.com/Mattandmark YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzDsxUs9JzL70A1Sh5GbRdw
This week Wayne is wearing his wussy-whiny pants and refusing to see a horror film, so Paul ventures to the cinema with his brother to see Eli Roth's Grindhouse inspired flick, Thanksgiving. Wayne calls Paul and people who enjoy such films as "sickos", but Paul bravely soldiers on to bring you a review of this brand new release, just in time for the North American holiday. Can Paul see past some gory kills when rating a film? And can Wayne get that such things may appeal to some? Find out as The Countdown continues ... Time Stamps: Thanksgiving NON-SPOILER Review: 0:00 - 12:39 Thanksgiving SPOILER-FILLED Discussion: 12:39 - 21:35 Final Thoughts Including Potential Spoilers: 21:35 - 22:27 Check out the show's first draft of a website for your one-stop shop for all things related to The Countdown. But if you want more specific directions, find so many more Countdowns - all the way back to Episode 40! - on our Podbean site. Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list! Want to hear a whole bunch of additional content? Head on over to Patreon to fond out how and see what you're missing. Check out the show's first draft of a website for your one-stop shop for all things related to The Countdown. But if you want more specific directions, find so many more Countdowns - all the way back to Episode 40! - on our Podbean site. Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list! Want to hear a whole bunch of additional content? Head on over to Patreon to fond out how and see what you're missing.
Nadie sobrevivirá este día. Un maníaco con un hacha aterroriza a los residentes de Plymouth, Massachusetts, después de que el Viernes Negro terminara en tragedia. Los asesinatos por venganza, aparentemente aleatorios, eliminan a las víctimas una por una como parte de un plan más amplio y siniestro. Thanksgiving es una película slasher dirigida por Eli Roth con Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Milo Manheim, Jalen Thomas Brooks y Nell Verlaque, basada en el cortometraje (trailer falso) con el que participó el director en Grindhouse (2007) de Quentin Tarantino y Robert Rodríguez. Episodio disponible en tu plataforma de podcast favorita. PLANETA TERROR es un podcast semanal en español dedicado al cine de horror/slasher/gore. Reseñas, noticias, rankings y discusión general desde el punto de vista de alguien cuyo “goal” en la vida es mudarse a Woodsboro, vivir en Elm Street y asistir al Campamento Crystal Lake. Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/planeta-terror-podcast/id1539867451 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/planetaterrorpod/ Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/planetaterrorpd
The Town That Dreaded Markdowns Director Eli Roth (Hostel) has a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving now that a decades-long mission to expand his Grindhouse joke trailer has finally blessed the multiplex. Will holiday viewers be delighted to dine on a 17-year-old turkey overstuffed with gorey kills and T&A exploitation? Say a prayer for Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they gobble up this 2023 horror-comedy.
Happy Turkey Week. Brian and Steve take a trip to Plymouth, Mass for Thanksgiving. Not the holiday, but the newly released full feature slasher directed by Eli Roth based on his 2007 fake trailer from Grindhouse. Is it a new holiday tradition, or does this bird get stuffed? Listen in for our full spoiler breakdown. Find Us Online- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/halloweenisforever/ Patreon: Https://www.patreon.com/halloweenisforever Twitter: https://twitter.com/HallowForever Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@halloweenisforeverpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HalloweenIsForeverPod E-Mail: Halloweenisforeverpod@gmail.com
On the 338th episode of Piecing It Together, we are LIVE from Art Houz Theaters in Downtown Las Vegas with guests Jason Harris, Jimmie Gonzalez and Michael Keene to talk about Thanksgiving! Eli Roth's fake trailer from 2009's Grindhouse is finally a feature length movie and we had a blast with it. Puzzle pieces include Blood Rage, My Bloody Valentine 3D and A Christmas Story.As always, SPOILER ALERT for Thanksgiving and the movies we discuss!Written by Eli Roth and Jeff RendellDirected by Eli RothStarring Patrick Dempsey, Rick Hoffman, Addison Rae, Gina Gershon, Milo ManheimSony Pictures / Tristarhttps://www.thanksgiving.movie/Michael Keene is a filmmaker.Check out Michael's website at https://www.manateeparty.com/And follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelKeeneJason Harris is a writer and stand-up comedian (not just here in Las Vegas).Check out Jason Harris on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jasonharriscomedy/Jimmie Gonzalez is a DJ/VJ and filmmaker.Check out Jimmie on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/spacetoonzAnd check out his events at Nightmare Cafe at https://www.facebook.com/groups/686017043270944My sixth album, MORE CONTENT is available NOW on iTunes, Bandcamp and all other digital music stores! Make sure to check it out!My latest music video “Ascending" which you can watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fypZ3Z8qeT8The song at the end of the episode is "Cut Open" from my album An Unseen Sky.Make sure to “Like” Piecing It Together on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PiecingPodAnd “Follow” us on Twitter @PiecingPodAnd Join the Conversation in our Facebook Group, Piecing It Together – A Movie Discussion Group.And check out https://www.piecingpod.com for more about our show!And if you want to SUPPORT THE SHOW, you can now sign up for our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/bydavidrosenShare the episode, comment and give us feedback! And of course, SUBSCRIBE!And of course, don't forget to leave us a 5 star review on Goodpods, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Podchaser! And most important of all… Keep going to the theater to see new movies!
Josh and Caleb discuss the grisly career of modern horror icon Eli Roth and his brand new holiday-themed slasher flick THANKSGIVING. From fake Grindhouse trailer to full-length feature, this film is destined for future holiday marathons. There will be no leftovers! If you'd like to support FILMGAZM PRODUCTIONS with a monthly donation, follow this link: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-filmgazm-podcast/support Hosted by Caleb Leger and Josh Allred Special thanks to Austin Johnson, Josh Allred, Caleb Leger, Colton Jenkins, Isabel Gonzalez, Jeremy Johnson, Adam Johnson, and Mysia Pierce-Lewis. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, or Amazon Music. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube. Reach out if there's a movie you want us to review! Visit https://www.filmgazm.com for movie reviews, articles, podcasts, and trailers of upcoming movies. Follow us on Letterboxd for daily reviews! DISCLAIMER - We do not own nor do we pretend to own any posters or artwork. We mean only to review and discuss movies. All trademarks are the property of the respective trademark owners. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-filmgazm-podcast/support
On this week's New Flesh podcast, Brett & Jesse are both pleasantly surprised by Eli Roth's THANKSGIVING, the feature-length version of his 2007 fake trailer for GRINDHOUSE. Remember that? Some horror news including a People Under The Stairs reboot from producer Jordan Peele, an update on THE FIRST OMEN, The Exorcist Believer hits Peacock on December 1, and more. On last week's Patreon, bonus episode #119, Jesse and Brett discussed THE KILLER and PRISCILLA! New bonus episode coming soon on DREAM SCENARIO. Subscribe to the New Flesh Patreon for weekly bonus content and more www.patreon.com/newfleshpodcast The New Flesh podcast is the best horror podcast about horror movies, scary movies, and all things tangentially related to horror, horror franchises and the horror lifestyle. Scary movies, new horror releases, and all the horror news and movie industry news that's fit to print! Check out 'Roger & Me,' where Brett reviews all new release movies every Friday with film critic Mark Dujsik. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts, or watch the video feed on YouTube. Apple: apple.co/3PvqgA0 Spotify: spoti.fi/3Pyv1Zl YouTube: bit.ly/3ZFdVhR Stitcher: bit.ly/3J5rS0L
Sean and Amanda review two divergent releases from this past weekend—a continuation of the Hunger Games intellectual property, ‘The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes' (1:00), and Alexander Payne's latest feature, ‘The Holdovers' (30:00). Then, Sean is joined by writer, director, and actor Eli Roth (1:07:00) to talk about ‘Thanksgiving,' his feature-length follow-up to the fictional trailer of the same name, which first appeared in the 2007 film ‘Grindhouse.' Sean and Eli discuss Roth's particular interests within the horror genre, the state of modern IP horror, and what he's interested in doing next. Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guest: Eli Roth Senior Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Double the movie , double the review!!! Join The BAF Crew as they review the 2007 Flick -GRINDHOUSE- Ron hosts this epic episode with reviews of both movies -Planet Terror- and -Death Proof- (With special Guest Sammy from B.A.C., and also ranking of the fake trailers made for this movie. An Extra Bonus is also our drawing of the names for Our 2023 Secret Santa Show, featuring the BAC girls!!!! The drinks of this show are Wild Turkey Rye 101 and also a very different type of Tequila -Don Gerencio Tequila- Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving !!!!!!!!!Support the showFor our UNCUT , RAW Shows in VIDEO FORM , Subscribe to our Patreon , Only 5$ a month gives you access to our uncut Shows in Video Form........ All they come out much earlier Press the link Below for access !!!!!!!!!https://www.patreon.com/barrelagedflickspodcastWe have T-shirts , Hoodies , Tank tops and more, Check out Our new Barrel Aged Flicks podcast Storehttps://whatamaneuver.net/collections/barrel-aged-flicks-podcastIf you want great pillows or mattress Sheets Checkout this link and enter this code BAF15 and get 15 percent off your checkout!!!!!!!!https://sweetzzzmattress.com/Check out our amazing network www.deluxeeditionnetwork.com many other Pods to check out on this Kickass network!!!!!!Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/barrelagedflickspodcast/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/barrelagedflickspodcast Twitter https://twitter.com/BAFpod_cast Please subscribe and share our podcast , and please leave a 5 star review on Apple or S...
Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy have nine new reviews on this episode. They include documentaries about the tragedy of a Harry Potter stunt double (David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived) and another about a forgotten woman's sexuality activist (The Disappearance of Shere Hite). There's a feature about the unsung architect of the March on Washington (Rustin) and another from Taika Waititi about the World Cup team that lost 31-0 (Next Goal Wins). The comedy trio from Saturday Night Live craft their first feature (Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain), Eli Roth crafts a feature out of his Grindhouse trailer (Thanksgiving) and The fuzzy-haired musical creatures are back for their third film (Trolls Band Together). Todd Haynes, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore team up for a squirmy tale ripped from the tabloids (May December) and may the odds be ever in your favor for a new franchise prequel (The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes). 0:00 - Intro David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived 11:42 – The Disappearance of Shere Hite 23:42 - Rustin 36:46 - Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain 47:18 - Next Goal Wins 55:27 - May December 1:10:22 - Trolls Band Together 1:18:27 - Thanksgiving 1:34:29 – The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes 1:51:32 – Preview of Next Week / Outro
THANKSGIVING MOVIE REVIEW It's been 16 years since the fake trailer for this film appeared in the movie Grindhouse, but Eli Roth finally got around to making it. Your reviewers, Chris, Drew, Mike, and Nathan, are glad he did. The story takes place in Plymouth Massachusetts where it's been a year since a Black Friday… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: Thanksgiving
THANKSGIVING MOVIE REVIEW It's been 16 years since the fake trailer for this film appeared in the movie Grindhouse, but Eli Roth finally got around to making it. Your reviewers, Chris, Drew, Mike, and Nathan, are glad he did. The story takes place in Plymouth Massachusetts where it's been a year since a Black Friday… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: Thanksgiving
Eli Roth returns to talk about his return to the horror genre! His new movie, Thanksgiving, hit theaters today, and Eli's got lots of great stories from the set and shooting! He talks about setting the film in Boston, shooting in Canada, casting Patrick Demspey, the real-life historical figure that inspired the killer, and writing the script with his childhood friend! He also shares the role that Quentin Tarantino and Grindhouse played in Thankgiving's origin way back in 2007, what prompted him to finally make the film, and how some of the kills changed along the way. Plus, talks about COVID's impact on both movie-making and the theater experience. Thank you for supporting our sponsors!Brunt Workwear: Go to https://BruntWorkwear.com/TIJ and use code TIJ to get $10 off your first order plus free shipping and returns.Better Help: TIJ is sponsored by Better Help. Visit https://BetterHelp.com/JERICHO to get 10% off your first month.1stPhorm: 1stphorm.com/JERICHO & get free shipping on orders over $75Factor Meals: Go to https://FactorMeals.com/TIJ50 and use promo code TIJ50 to get 50% off.Progressive: Quote today at https://progressive.com STAY CONNECTED:TikTok: @ChrisJerichoInstagram: @talkisjericho @chrisjerichofozzy Twitter: @TalkIsJericho @IAmJerichoYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChrisJerichoFozzyWebsite: https://www.webisjericho.com/
Sixteen years after the world saw a trailer for it in Grindhouse, Eli Roth has turned Thanksgiving into a real horror movie. Roth shares how the movie finally made it to the screen, and the slasher b-movies he paid homage to with this throwback. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ACT 2 / PART 1: Despite their deteriorating relationship with Johannes, Mika and David share some good news with friends. However, things take a dark turn when Johannes shows up and causes a scene. Later on, his true monstrous form is revealed. Who will survive the night?Listener beware: LANDLORD will suck you in!Featuring the voices of Cynthia Rodriguez, Alan Rosenberg, Karen Austin, Darin Toonder, Nikhil Prakash, David Air, Sydney Schafer, Wendy Shapero. Narrated by Jack Daniel. Legendary master of horror, Tom Holland (Child's Play, Fright Night, Thinner), guest stars and directs. Score by horror icon Harry Manfredini (Friday the 13th, Wishmaster).Screenplay written by Dominque Mouton. LANDLORD"Following a traumatic incident, a couple moves into a charming bungalow, but they soon realize that their obsessive new landlord isn't just a greedy opportunist but a bloodthirsty leech feeding on their very lives.." A nod to 80s and 90s horror, inspired by folks like Sam Raimi and Stephen King, with a hint of Grindhouse fun. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ACT 1: Feeling unsafe in San Francisco and hoping to start a family, Mika and David move to the small town of Oakcreek Village. Unfortunately, their sleazy new landlord, Johannes, seems to have ulterior motives. In Act 1, strange and terrifying events plague Mika and David, culminating in a vile dinner party from hell. Listener beware: LANDLORD will suck you in! Featuring the voices of Cynthia Rodriguez, Alan Rosenberg, Karen Austin, Darin Toonder, Nikhil Prakash, David Air, Sydney Schafer, and Wendy Shapero. Narrated by Jack Daniel. Legendary master of horror, Tom Holland (Child's Play, Fright Night, Thinner), guest stars and directs alongside our core team! Score contributions by horror icon Harry Manfredini (Friday the 13th, Wishmaster). Screenplay written by Dominique Mouton (THE LOWER BOTTOMS). LANDLORD"Following a traumatic incident, a couple moves into a charming bungalow, but they soon realize that their obsessive new landlord isn't just a greedy opportunist but a bloodthirsty leech feeding on their very lives.." A nod to 80s and 90s horror, inspired by folks like Sam Raimi and Stephen King, with a hint of Grindhouse fun. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.