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Thanksgiving Horror Movies - Holiday Horror Movies Guide

Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, although you would barely know it... since Christmas casts such a huge shadow these days and seems to gobble up the Thanksgiving holiday. In the spirit of giving thanks... we all sit around the table and eat enough food to feed a thousand Gremlins. Well, after you finish gorging yourselves on turkey and stuffing, it is time to head to your favorite chair and unbutton the top button on your pants. If you can shake off the effects of the tryptophan.... here are some horror movies you can serve up on a big-ass platter to your family. Kick back and gobble these up after your Thanksgiving dinner.

Thanksgiving Horror Movies Blood Freak (1972)
In this bizarre story, a bodybuilder named Herschel has become a serious marijuana addict. One day, while working on a turkey farm, Herschel consumes contaminated meat, and soon after, his head is transformed into a turkey head. The turkey-headed muscle man still craves his weed, so he gobble-gobbles and attacks other addicts and dealers in order to snag their dope and feed his addiction.
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Thanksgiving Horror Movies Home Sweet Home (1981)
The Bradley family's country home turns into a slaughterhouse when an escaped mental patient steals a station wagon and shows up on their doorstep in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner. Now, instead of the traditional turkey, the Bradleys seem to be the main course on this killer's holiday menu. Jake Steinfeld ("Body by Jake"), Vinessa Shaw, Peter De Paula, Don Edmunds and Charles Hoyes co-star in this early slice of 1980s horror.
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Thanksgiving Horror Movies Thanxgiving (2006)
The woods around Traunton Riverbend Campground hold many secrets. The rusted cars and abandoned campsites tell stories of those who trespassed onto the campground and never came out. When Specter (Marshall White) convinces his friend Alexis (Suki Peters) to join his new film making friend Dean (Jaxon Stanford) and his crew on the set of the latest horror film. No one suspects the true horror that awaits them. Ari Lehman appears as Delbert Eaton the neighbor farmer who tries to warn the young film makers.
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Thanksgiving Horror Movies Thankskilling (2009)
While on their way home for Thanksgiving break, five college kids run afoul of a homicidal turkey that wants them dead. As the cursed bird hunts them down one by one, the survivors scramble to find a way to defeat the possessed creature. Will the bloodthirsty turkey make this their last Thanksgiving feast ever? Writer-director Jordan Downey's holiday-themed horror spoof features an appearance by adult-film star Wanda Lust.
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Just when you thought you couldn't take anymore... we keep it rolling. Thanksgiving isn't just all about eating turkey and pumpkin pie. It is also a time to gather with our families and remember the sordid history of our country. There aren't that many Thanksgiving themed horror movies, so here are a few other suggestions to watch. They really aren't Thanksgiving themed, but do have Pilgims, Indians, family dinner scenes and more disfunctional families than you can shake a turkey leg at. Enjoy and have seconds!
The City Of The Dead (1960)
AKA Horror Hotel. Eager to please her professor, coed Nan Barlow (Venetia Stevenson) agrees to travel to a remote New England town to research the local folklore. But Nan's professor (played by Christopher Lee, one of the 1960s' most prominent horror villains) is not as benign as he appears. After Nan vanishes, her boyfriend (Dennis Lotis) arrives to investigate, uncovering a coven of witches -- with the professor at its head.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
Director Tobe Hooper's horror classic is a gruesome reminder that a movie need not be complicated to scare the daylights out of viewers. Sally (Marilyn Burns), her wheelchair-bound brother (Paul A. Partain) and their friends travel to a vandalized graveyard to see if their grandfather's remains are intact. En route, they come upon chainsaw-wielding maniac Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen), and it's a fight to the bloody death between good and evil

The Shining (1980)
On the wagon and out of lucrative work thanks to his alcoholism and family troubles, aspiring novelist Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) accepts a position as the off-season custodian at an elegant but eerie hotel so he can write undisturbed. But shortly after Jack, his wife (Shelley Duvall) and his young son (Danny Lloyd) settle in, the ominous hotel begins to wield its sinister power in this chilling horror classic helmed by Stanley Kubrick.

Scalps (1983)
Despite the warnings of a tribal elder (George Randall), a team of archaeology students unearths an Indian burial ground. Bad idea. Now, one of them (Richard Hench) has become possessed by the spirit of an Indian warrior who uses his new body to kill the grave robbers. One by one, they're slaughtered and scalped as the demonic Black Claw takes his revenge. Jo-Ann Robinson co-stars in exploitation director Fred Olen Ray's cult classic.

American Gothic (1987)
When six friends fly off on a weekend getaway and are suddenly plagued by engine trouble, they're forced to land on a remote island. Looking for shelter, they're grateful to encounter Ma (Yvonne De Carlo) and Pa (Rod Steiger) and their children -- an eccentric family living in the island's backwoods. But what begins as simple hospitality turns into a terrifying race for survival as the friends start disappearing one by one and turning up dead.

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