COMET TV, the FREE scifi television network, has given us a prize pack with themed items to give away to one lucky winner to coincide with their November programming, including the Teen Wolf films and a “Freaky Feast” Thanksgiving Day movie marathon.
One (1) Winner will receive:
– (1) Limited Edition Teen Wolf T-shirt
– (2) Limited Edition COMET TV Condiment Bottles
– (8) COMET TV Table Place Cards
– (1) COMET TV Collectable Card
– (1) Assorted Freaky Feast Candy
As we’ve mentioned here before, every year for Thanksgiving we donate to Farm Sanctuary to sponsor one of the turkeys that are living out a peaceful, natural existence at one of their sanctuaries.
Here at Geeks Of Doom headquarters we’ll be enjoying our Tofurky today to celebrate the holiday, but even if you’re not vegetarian, you can still show compassion too by “Adopting” a turkey this Thanksgiving.
Check out the video here below, which is presented by Spokesturkeys Reggie and Jake from the animated movie Free Birds. In it, you can see all the beautiful turkeys up for sponsorship.
Jimmy Kimmel pondered what the Brits must feel about how every year for Thanksgiving Americans have a fancy feast to celebrate their escape from England. “England’s probably our closest ally,” he said, “and yet we have a big divorce party every November.”
So, he looked towards British actor Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight Trilogy) to get an idea of how our allies across the pond feel about American Thanksgiving. Check out the video here below, which aired on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Turns out a lot of good things came out of those faux trailers seen in Grindhouse. Robert Rodriguez has taken his Machete trailer and turned it into a full-fledged feature and is working on its sequel. Now Eli Roth‘s faux trailer for Thanksgiving is being turned into a film as well. And the best news is that Thanksgiving could be hitting theaters as early as Fall 2013, the perfect time to release a film like this one.
Here’s what Roth had to say an interview with Behind the Thrills:
[Thanksgiving] is gonna happen. I’m working with the Clown writers on it. We have a call scheduled tomorrow afternoon. Jeff Rendell, my co-writer on it, we have a very extensive treatment. We finally cracked the story and figured out how to really make it scary, and the reason to do it. I’m really excited about it. The Clown writers wrote one of the best scripts I’ve ever read, and before Jon Watts starts shooting Clown he’s got a window, and Chris Ford, his movie Robot & Frank just opened, Chris and John are going to write the screenplay with me and my writing partner Jeff. So we’ll have a draft soon.