The world is celebrating #Thanksgiving Day. The purpose of this day is to give thanks for the blessings of the harvest. It is mostly celebrated in Canada, and the US. But people of the United Kingdom are not behind. In fact, Thanksgiving has historical roots in Great Britain, and is celebrated in a secular manner. Let us take a look at the list of finest horror movies to watch this Thanksgiving.
Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County
“Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County” is a pseudo-documentary horror film. Its director is Dean Alioto. The movie was made with a big budget, and grossed high all over the world. Here Kristian Ayre has played Tommy, a teenager in Lake County, Minnesota.
Dean finds a UFO, and goes outside the house to explore it. Two aliens have come out, and are ready to attack the town. The movie was released under the banner of Kenneth Cueno Productions.
“Boogeyman” is a 2005 New Zealand-American supernatural horror movie. Its director is Stephen T. Kay. It stars Barry Watson, Emily Deschanel, Skye McCole Bartusiak, and Lucy Lawless. The movie received mixed reviews from critics. It was a big financial success, and was followed by two sequels named Boogeyman 2 (2007), and Boogeyman 3 (2008). It is the story of Tim Jensen. He witnessed his father who has been taken by the Boogeyman. This monster is ready to target the whole city, and wants to give tough time to human beings. After a Thanksgiving trip with his lady love, Jessica, Tim is now ready to take the revenge.
“ThanksKilling” is another wonderful horror movie to watch this Thanksgiving.
It was released in 2008. The writer and director of this movie is Jordan Downey. Brad Schulz, Tony Wilson, Grant Yaffee, and Kevin Stewart wrote the screenplay. Its sequel was released in 2013 titled “ThanksKilling 3.” The story is about an evil demonic turkey. A group of five students is at its target. The film features Natasha Cordova, Lindsey Anderson, Lance Predmore, Aaron Carlson, Ryan Francis, General Bastard, Chuck Lamb, and Jordan Downey. The budget of this movie was $3,500, and it did very good business at the box office. #Black Friday #Best horror movies