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The Last Thanksgiving is a 2020 American horror feature film about a family of cannibalistic pilgrims that attacks a restaurant.

Written, directed and edited by Erick Lorinc – making his feature debut – the movie stars Linnea Quigley (The Good Things Devils Do; Jack-O; Night of the Demons; Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers; et al) Madelin Marchant (Sorority Secrets; Each Time I Kill), Michael Vitovich (Santastein; Safe House; Vile Prey) and Molly Dominick.


The Last Thanksgiving will be available to view via the virtual Salem Horror Fest this October as part of the Weekend Pass II ticketing option. It will obviously also be included with the full All-Access Pass option.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Lorinc does a great job setting the table with a main course of horror peppered with a pinch of comedy, a side of inventive kills and a big bad helping of Pilgrim slasher.  So as your settling in after your feast be sure to save room for a helping of The Last Thanksgiving it will be sure to counteract the tryptophan.” Gruesome magazine

The Last Thanksgiving combines delicious gore and a quirky cavalcade of characters which border between campy fun and creep-tastic […] Lorinc definitely entered the world of feature-length film with a bang. He created a gory tale of cannibals that does not take itself too seriously and knows how to enjoy the holiday.” Killer Horror Critic

Cast and characters:

Linnea Quigley … Paulette
Madelin Marchant … Ms Perez
Michael Vitovich … Trip Brimston
Molly Dominick … Trip’s Face
Robert Richards Jr. … Tyler
Alex Michell … Mouthless
Samantha Ferrand … Lisa-Marie Taft
Gaby Spampinato … Trudie
Francisco D Gonzalez … Mr Pearl Sr.
Erick Lorinc … Ranger Ghouly
Branden Holzer … Eddie
Emma Freeman … Young Woman
Glenn Grimsley … Woods Boy
Gosta Utarefson … Abigail Brimston (Age 419)
Lee Holland … 70s Party Girl

Technical details:

73 minutes

Teaser trailer:

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