Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Win ThanksKilling on DVD!



Remember that killer turkey on the loose flick, ThanksKilling, that I was raving about the other day? Well the director of the film has just supplied Freddy In Space with a copy of the DVD and i'm giving one of you guys the opportunity to take it home this Thanksgiving! But before we get to that....

The last contest I had on here, to win the new Natural Born Killers Director's Cut DVD, ended a week or so ago and though I contacted her, the winner never replied to my e-mail with her address. So on the off chance that you're reading this right now, killbillfanatic2005, you won the DVD but I need your address or else I can't ship it out to you! Please drop me an e-mail at mortis45@aol.com when you get the chance and let me know where to send this sucker. If I don't get a reply within the next week or so, i'll have to pick a different winner for the contest.

So who wants to inject a little killer turkey rape into their Thanksgiving this year? Here's all you have to do to snag your very own copy of ThanksKilling - the greatest Thanksgiving horror flick of all time! Leave a comment below with your e-mail address and the title of the horror film that you think is the most appropriate to watch on Thanksgiving. If you're feeling froggy, go ahead and tell me why you chose whatever movie you chose. Contest will run through Thanskgiving day and is open to EVERYONE. Good luck and Happy Thanksgiving to all!

By the way, if you don't want to wait and would like to watch ThanksKilling this Thanksgiving, it's available for instant watch on Netflix!

60 comments:

Monster Scholar said...

Addams Family Values
No other movie portrays a reversal of the Pilgrim/Indian story with such ghoulish glee. I will always remember the turkey song:

"Eat us!
Hey, its Thanksgiving Day!
Eat us, we make a nice buffet!
We lost the race with Farmer Ed, eat us 'cause we're good and dead. White man or red man
from east, north or south,
chop off our legs, and put 'em in your mouth!"

Awesome

Monster Scholar said...

Crap forgot my e-mail:
monsterscholar@gmail.com

Spencer said...

spencer_barrett15@eku.edu

I think ThanksKilling would be the best to get me in the spirit of Thanksgiving!

James C. Sugrue said...

Either House of 1000 Corpses or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre are both great for Thanksgiving. They really demonstrate why spending time with family is important.

Chuck Conry said...

Crystallakecamper001@gmail.com

Sadly there isn't a lot to pick from for Thanksgiving so I guess.."Blood Freak"? lol

Matthew said...

I think the most appropriate horror movie for Thanksgiving viewing is The Midnight Meat Train.

People spend so much time carving turkey on this holiday, so it's only natural that they get a lesson on the right ways to carve, from none other than Vinnie Jones.

Email: MCWHAMMER AT GMAIL . COM

Zach S. said...

Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child if only for Greta's death.

"That's why we diet dear, so can eat at social events and not upset the other guests"

who wouldn't want a second helping of filet de Barbie?

chromiumman said...

blood freak was the only one i could think of

ky2here said...

Wow. I don't believe I get to be the first for the seemingly obvious Feast, Feast II and Feast III.

saphyress said...

Fido, it's about family values and, well, zombies - how can you resist

Sauceman said...

last of the mohicans...thrasherny@aol.com

Jeremy said...

It would have to be Thanksgiving, if Eli Roth would only make the movie. I guess I'll have to settle with watching the trailer over and over again on YouTube.

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dreamcleavers said...

dreamcleavers@yahoo.com
i guess i would pick faces of death part 2---it's all real stuff so why not

Shaun S said...

Well, well, well, Thanksgiving and horror, so many choices...Oh wait not so many.

I guess I would start with Eli Roth's Thanksgiving Trailer, pop in Blood Freak, continue on with Thankskilling, and end with Silent Night, Deadly Night to ramp up for Christmas (we always put up our Christmas decor Thanksgiving weekend.

I want Thankskilling, I NEED Thankskilling! Greatest turkey one-liners ever!

s_sjolin@hotmail.com

Sherry and Gena said...

hmmmmmm okay easy..
Thanksgiving=Feast= one of the Wrong Turn movies aaaaaaahahahaha

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joan ferris said...

I would pick the Meat Train as being more appropriate for Thanksgiving.
joan ferris
jnferris@aol.com

linett said...

From Dusk to Dawn, thanks

denyse said...

Not sure if any are perfect for Thanksgiving. But Kane is a wild horror flick.

denyse_g@hotmail.com

Jilly said...

Probably Wrong turn its about a family of inbreds....they do everything together appropriate for Thanksgiving.

Laramoor@msn.com

Cat said...

Hrm.. perhaps Otis? I mean, the family goes after him together, and thanksgiving is all about togetherness!

(hellomcfly85@cox.net)

guettel78 said...

I'd probably just watch Eli Roth's faux trailer for "Thanksgiving" on a loop, which sounds pretty perfect to me. :)

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-Chris Bennett- said...

I will have to go with Freaks! "Gooble-gobble, Gooble-gobble, we will make you one of us!" Creepy...

Thanks! sumo1964@gmail.com

Erica C. said...

Hmm...what about The Birds? A turkey is a bird...and that movie creeps me out!

Alex said...

It HAS to be Blood Freak. That's been my standard Thanksgiving horror for years -- but now that ThanksKilling is out, I think I'm going to watch it on Netflix this year. Hopefully I'll have a DVD to watch for next year's celebration :)

alex@horror-101.com

DARLA KIDDER said...

I say Splinter.
luckylady4163@yahoo.com

Rhonny Reaper said...

Blood Feast - A gory ass movie with acid laced turkey and a killer man/turkey hybrid teaching anti-drug/Christian values through GORE...It shits on everything sacred and is funny as hell!

RhonnyReaper@yahoo.com

Summer said...

I looooved the Feast movies!!

Shalanda said...

I think someone mentioned this before but I think Texas Chainsaw Massacre would be appropriate because of the dinner table scene.

shalandah@hotmail.com

buddyt said...

Well Blood Freak is the only horror novie about Thanskgiving I have ever heard of and by all accounts it is really a terrible movie.

I have never seen it and don't think I really want to.

Maybe this one is better ?

Enter me and maybe I can find out.

Thanks

Neville

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

Barry41076 said...

I really hope that I win this movie. I think Thankskilling would be a good one.

Scoob said...

what could be better than cannibal holocaust on thanksgiving?

Carol EL said...

I agree with the "Feast" poster. jelly15301@gmail.com

Sweeter the berry said...

I will have to say Friday the 13th.
letessha@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Final Destination 2. Why? Because FD2 shows that everyday accidents can happen anytime. We have no control...so let's give thanks that we survived to celebrate another Thanksgiving this year.

flashlight13114 [at] yahoo [dot] com

HAYES HUDSON said...

I think it would have to be POULTRYGEIEST!! I guess it is killer Chickens instead of Turkeys, but close enough!!

-Hayes-
hch91@hotmail.com

guru said...

Jeepers Creepers was a pretty scary movie.

Anonymous said...

Looks really scary

tetewa said...

Midnight Meat Train would be my pick! tWarner419@aol.com

maweisberg said...

i would love to win this

GabbyLowe said...

House of 1000 Corpses is a nice family oriented film for Thanksgiving.

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Emil Croskey said...

Thanksgiving killing movies are some of the best horror flicks!

SunnyView said...

The horror film that I think is most appropriate to watch on Thanksgiving is Thankskilling! Thanks for the giveaway!

sunnyview99@gmail.com

Carl (ILHM) said...

Sweeeet after your review I added this one right on to Netflix, but I wouldnt mind snagging a copy! You got the contact info already homeslice, but as for the Thanksgiving Day Horror flick, the wife and I kick off our Christmas Horror movie marathon on Thanksgiving day, so we usually throw on SANTAS SLAY, CHRISTMAS EVIL, or GREMLINS to get things going.

Cant wait to see THANKSKILLING so that we can change that up for next year!

mindy said...

texas chainsaw massacre what better way to carve a turkey (and the guests) thanks minsthins at optonline dot net

kngmckellar said...

We'd love to watch this! My kids love stuff like this! They're old enough 20 and 18. My favorite horror film might be Friday the 13th.

kngmckellar@hotmail.com

sherri419 said...

Feast would be great for Thanksgiving! Thanks!

sherri419 at gmail dot com

Leona P said...

I dont know how appropriate it was but my son and i watch dead air

Dricchezza@hotmail.com said...

I think Blood Diner is a great Thanksgiving movie. Nothing says family like the brain of Uncle Anwar shouting orders and insults at his half-wit nephews as they scramble to resurrect the goddess Shiitar.

purango said...

I don't know whether or not it would qualify as a horror film but think about watching Silence of the Lambs after your Thanksgiving meal. For some reason I am thinking of Night of the Living Dead for no particular reason. garrettsambo@aol.com

Rajee said...

think the most appropriate horror movie for Thanksgiving viewing is The Midnight Meat Train.

rajee@momsfocusonline.com

mscoffee77 said...

My sister & I love low-budget horror movies. I'd love to win!

mscoffee77(AT)juno(DOT)com

Anonymous said...

Halloween

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kerri69 said...

Forgot email sorry
kerrisixtynine at gmaildotcom

kerri69 said...

I think i would have to watch Meat Train perfectly appropriate

Gianna said...

Nightmare on Elm Street.. it's an any day of the year type movie.

singermagic1 said...

The Midnight Meat Train, lots of carving and cutting just like the meat eaters do on thanksgiving day

singermagic1 at yahoo dot com

Rob said...

Texas Chainsaw Massacre..if that doesn't get you in the mood to hack away at that bird..what will?

Thanks

Evil Dead Junkie said...

The Fog, It's a great Autumn Horror film.

Blackswan said...

Joy Ride. Movie and day that I met my wife. Okay I am full of crap this movie looks cool and I liked Joy Ride (and the wife too lol).

Anonymous said...

Eli Roth "Thanksgiving" trailer & then "Deathproof" because it RULES. Thanks for the contest... paul.perez@georgfischer.com