The Last Thanksgiving

Dead time, Eating time.

The Last Thanksgiving

The movie, The Last Thanksgiving, released in October 2020, is written and directed by Erick Lorinc, who really gets in the film with a sort of 80s slasher film vibes, which I kind of like.

The movie is mainly about a little diner that is open on Thanksgiving. A family goes to the dinner and I suppose they cherish the holiday spirit because they want to open up people like cantaloupes and eat them. The thing is I don’t really hate the movie itself; it’s the family protagonists. Maybe I just don’t like cannibals, who knows.

The run time of the movie is 1 hour and 13 minutes. The main cast includes Linnea Quigley, Erick Lorinc, Samantha Ferrand, and Robert Richards Jr.

Overall I actually liked this movie and it deserves a lot of attention because the movie isn’t the most popular, but there’s a part of me that just didn’t like the concept of the whole plot. Like a cannibal family goes to a restaurant that’s open on thanksgiving. I just don’t like that to be honest, and I don’t even know why.

The way the movie was portrayed was pretty good, the cast did well, and the antagonists were good at their parts, being all holiday-spirited in a unique way. You can watch it on Amazon Prime, only for $1.99.

I didn’t like the movie, but it was still a good film.