Full Trailer for Eli Roth’s ‘Thanksgiving’ They-Actually-Made-It Horror

by Alex Billington
October 4, 2023
Source: YouTube

Thanksgiving Horror Trailer

“Someone’s out for revenge… and they’re turning it into a sick holiday game.” Sony Pictures has debuted the full official trailer for Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving horror movie, arriving in theaters this November right before the real Thanksgiving. Let’s eat. Some will recall this started out as a joke – as a “fake trailer” playing in-between the two movies as part of Tarantino / Rodriguez’s Grindhouse double feature in 2007. After 16 years, they’ve turned this Thanksgiving joke into a real horror. After a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy, a mysterious Thanksgiving-inspired killer terrorizes the town of Plymouth, Massachusetts – the birthplace of the infamous holiday. The cast includes Patrick Dempsey, Addison Rae, Jalen Thomas Brooks, Milo Manheim, Nell Verlaque, Gina Gershon, Tim Dillon, and Rick Hoffman. Eli Roth last directed The House with a Clock in Its Walls in 2018, making this a return to his real gross out horror roots. It looks like a terrifying slasher, despite its origins, with some seriously gruesome death scenes in this trailer. Watch out.

Here’s the main official trailer (+ poster) for Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving movie, direct from YouTube:

And here’s the original trailer for Thanksgiving made for Grindhouse in 2007, also from YouTube:

Thanksgiving Movie Poster

You can rewatch the teaser trailer for Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving horror right here, for the first look again.

Based on the original trailer created for Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez’s Grindhouse (2007). A serial killer comes to a small town in Massachusetts with the intention of creating a Thanksgiving carving board out of the town’s inhabitants. Thanksgiving is directed by the American genre writer / producer / filmmaker Eli Roth, director of the films Cabin Fever, Hostel I & II, The Green Inferno, Knock Knock, Death Wish, The House with a Clock in Its Walls, and the Fin shark doc previously, as well as the Stolz der Nation short segment in Inglorious Basterds, and many other short films. The screenplay is written by Jeff Rendell and Eli Roth. Produced by Roger Birnbaum, Jeff Rendell, and Eli Roth. Sony Pictures will debut Roth’s Thanksgiving in theaters worldwide starting on November 17th, 2023 this fall, just in time for the actual Thanksgiving holiday week in the US. First impression – is this looking good? Who’s ready to feast?


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