Eli Roth’s ‘Thanksgiving’ Trailer Offers Gory Excitement

Eli Roth’s “Thanksgiving”: A Gleefully Violent Surprise for the Holiday Season

Brace yourselves, horror aficionados! Eli Roth, the mastermind behind grotesquely entertaining films like “Cabin Fever” and “Hostel,” is bouncing back on the big screens with his latest gut-wrenching venture, “Thanksgiving.” Releasing on November 17th, we’ve just got a sneak peek into what the movie offers through its spine-chilling trailer.

Early impressions from a test screener reveal that the trailer might not be entirely representative of the gore-fest that awaits the audience! According to one viewer:

“It’s very grisly, gory fun film. The trailer hides a lot. The plot is very basic and the acting is more miss than hit but the movie excels with gleeful violence and tropes of the slasher genre, this is definitely one for the horror fans first and foremost.”

Beyond “Cabin Fever” and “Hostel”: Eli Roth’s Bloody Journey

Roth, acclaimed for his relentless penchant for horror, has breathlessly ventured through some unforgettable endeavors. His portfolio has been as adventurous as it has been dramatic, including “The Green Inferno”, “Hostel II”, and the fantastical “The House With the Clock on the Walls.”

Eli Roth Takes a Detour From “Borderlands”

Earlier this year, Roth sidestepped from the turbulent production of “Borderlands” to focus on “Thanksgiving,” passing the directorial baton to Tim Miller of “Deadpool” fame. However, whispers from industry insiders suggest Roth will still be credited as a director on “Borderlands,” scheduled for release on August 9th, 2024.

Whether you’re a seasoned Roth fan or a connoisseur of the horror genre, “Thanksgiving” seems to be a bloody holiday treat you won’t want to miss.

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