There are some Thanksgiving-themed horror movies, including Blood Rage, Home Sweet Home, and Thankskilling, but not that many compared to some other holidays, and there’s a major shortage of good Thanksgiving horror movies. One we should be able to watch every year is Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving, a feature expansion of the incredible ’80s slasher style faux trailer he created for 2007’s Grindhouse. Unfortunately, even though Roth has said he wants to make a Thanksgiving feature, he has never gotten around to it. Fourteen years down the line, the chances of Thanksgiving ever happening seem very slim – and at this point, it’s even more unlikely that the movie would live up to our hopes for it if it were made. This is why Eli Roth‘s Thanksgiving is the focus of the latest episode in our The Horror Movie That Almost Was video series. Check it out in the embed above!

The Horror Movie That Almost Was series is about

the various horror projects that could never seem to get things off the ground, be it for budgetary concerns, creative differences, or just an ever evolving Hollywood landscape. We dive into every aspect and see just how close these films had come to cameras rolling.

This episode was Written, Narrated, and Edited by Tyler Nichols, Produced by John Fallon, and Executive Produced by Berge Garabedian.

A few of the previous episodes of The Horror Movie That Almost Was can be seen below. To see more, and to check out our other video series, head over to the JoBlo Horror Videos YouTube channel – and subscribe while you’re there!

Do you wish Roth had made a feature version of Thanksgiving? Would you like to see feature expansions of any other Grindhouse trailers? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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