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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Funimation! Unidisc
  • Release Date: Nov. 22 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,992 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Not a serious flick, but good for a laugh. There were indeed "boobs in the first second" (if you don't count the intro credits over a black screen), but that trend doesn't carry onto the rest of the movie. The main characters acting was terrible (not sure if it was intentional), but the turkey is reasonably funny.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
***Hilarious! - A Winner in My Book!*** Dec 31 2011
By ***Doum666*** - Published on
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Of course judging by the title we can easily say that this was not very serious.....a killer turkey?....Hell yeah i need to try this!!. The reviews i've read on here didn't disappoint. Like the cover says, its mostly a comedy or a horror/comedy kinda film but they did a good job. The acting IS cheesy of course..but again..i think it is done on purpose, which makes the movie even more hilarious!!...its cheesy but in a good way...a funny way....

I was surprised to see the cinematography.....i thought it would've been more than simple and was hoping for the worst like "camera on shoulder" kinda thing or a really cheap camera but no, i was surprised, the quality of the picture definitely exceeded my expectations....for only 3500$ i think this was well done! They must've had lots of fun making this.....The turkey itself is very funny and has some hilarious lines in the movie (yes the turkey can speak!!...and also drive cars!

If your not afraid of bad movies and you wanna have a good laugh don't hesitate to try it!!!...if you already did...please note that YOU JUST GOT STUFFED!!!! ...THE BEST WORST MOVIE EVER!!!!!

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
An absolutely hilarious, instant cult classic Nov. 23 2010
By Daniel Jolley - Published on
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Ah, yes, nothing says Thanksgiving like a "fowl"-mouthed demonic turkey spouting one-line zingers as he goes about killing every white person he comes across. If you see only one movie this Thanksgiving holiday, it probably won't be ThanksKilling - but maybe it should be because this little film has everything a cult-worthy bad movie should have: a completely ridiculous story, woefully bad acting, low-budget special effects, some decent portions of gore, the best tag line in years, bad math, a director who embraces the opportunity to stoop to any low he can think of, and - of course - an evil turkey. Not just any turkey, mind you. This Tom can slit your neck, nail your girlfriend, and steal your car in a barnyard second, and he's also a master of disguise. If ThanksKilling had just thrown a cheerleader into the mix, I would have been in bad movie heaven.

I know what you're thinking: what could drive a turkey into becoming a serial killer? Well, it all started back in 1621 with the Puritans. On that very first Thanksgiving, the settlers somehow offended one local Indian so deeply that he placed a curse on all white people and "necromanced" a turkey to be the agent of his vengeance. They say he returns every 505 years to wreak further bloody havoc , and wouldn't you know it - according to the one character familiar with the legend, it has been exactly 505 years since 1621 (there's that bad math I was referring to). Clearly, a good time will not be had by our five clueless college students heading home to party down for the week.

There's really no point in me explaining the plot of this movie, but I have to recommend one scene in particular - and that's the one where the turkey pretends to be sheriff. That's when you know without a shadow of a doubt that you're watching one of the dumbest movies ever made. It's enough to make this reviewer all giddy with excitement. No cliché, stereotype, or bad joke is safe around the makers of this film. Forget the pumpkin pie this year - a viewing of this hilarious film makes for the perfect Thanksgiving dessert.
19 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Share the joy wih your friends and family !! Dec 2 2009
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My co-workers and I have watched this movie several times and we're still laughing our asses off. The creators are geniuses who have made a true gem of a movie. You would never guess that this was made with as low a budget as it was; the special effects are quite good and the camera work is exceptional. It both satirizes traditional horror movies and brings in some clever gimmicks such as having Turkey,the villain, swear up a storm and also disguising himself as if he were on a cartoon. The scene where Turkey opens the door to let the kids in while dsguised as the Sheriff (the father of one of the girls) and everyone says hi to him like he's the real person is absolutely hysterical. This was worth every penny it cost and we enjoyed it more than a lot of bigger budgeted movied in the theatre. Bring on the sequel, we'll be in it for free ! A++++
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Finally a Thanksgiving movie for the masses! Dec 28 2011
By Jessica Lanska - Published on
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If you love bad horror movies, low budget indie films and talking turkeys this is the movie for you. Thankskilling is not a warm family fun movie to watch while you're gathered together at grandmas house for the holiday. It is however the perfect movie to watch with your friends when you are looking for a good laugh, grab a six pack and settle in for some bad jokes, bad acting and lame effects that equal one of my new favorite holiday films. I have already recommended this to friends and if you are considering adding it to your collection i recommend you do! I don't think you'll regret it.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
One of the best movies to watch with some friends and many beers. Oct. 18 2011
By Brandon Gary - Published on
This ridiculously low-budget indie film is the best possible outcome for a movie based on the premise of a vengeful, talking, murderous, wisecracking turkey-spirit. The acting is from bad to over-the-top, but everyone is in on it. It's senseless fun with many memorable one-liners.

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