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Join us for an extra serving of holiday horror goodness with a look at “Thanksgiving” and the rest of the weird turkey day genre offerings.

Thanksgiving

SHOW NOTES FROM YOUR HOST DONNA:

In the first part of my two-part turkey time celebration, I get excited to see Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving and share a short list of some other films that take place during that holiday time — be it an escaped slasher visiting a family for some turkey, killer twin fun with cranberry sauce, a little modified turkey meat, a killer bird or some rabid Black Friday shoppers. Pull up a chair and fix a plate of some weird holiday horror films. This is a short and spoiler-free episode, btw.

Listen above, then head below for part two, where I dish on Eli Roth’s addition to our Thanksgiving horror plates.

PART TWO: THANKSGIVING IS HERE! 

In this episode, I’m talking all about Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving (2023), based on Roth’s fictitious trailer of the same name from Grindhouse (2007). It’s a surprisingly well-received (by both critics and audiences) slasher that actually gives horror fans a satisfying Thanksgiving holiday horror film. Do not worry; it is a spoiler-free review. I also get in a tiny rant about the holidays, but it’s mostly a slasher TED talk. Bring your plates and come sit at the table with me and The Carver.

Happy Thanksgiving to all my lovely listeners; may your plates always be full of nourishment for your body, soul, and horror heart! 

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Donna Tha Dead

Donna Tha Dead is a podcast for lovers of horror, cult classics, and other genres of cinemas. Your host, Donna, is a confirmed ghost story and horror film addict.  To those that can hear Donna’s voice, she invites you to come hold her hand in the darkness and listen.

New episodes typically post every other week, and you can listen right here on morbidlybeautiful.com or wherever you get your favorite podcasts.

You can connect with Donna on Instagram and Twitter @donna_tha_dead.

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