How To Watch Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving At Home

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Written By Sedoso Feb

It’s worth noting that, though you can watch “Thanksgiving” now, official press materials cite January 16, 2024 as the date in which the film is officially available, with bonus features, digitally. The bonus features in question include deleted and extended scenes, outtakes, a commentary track from Roth and co-writer Jeff Rendel, and features titles “Gore Galore,” “Behind the Screams,” and, perhaps most intriguing, “Massachusetts Movies: Eli & Jeff’s Early Films.” These features are available both digitally and on Blu-ray, though it’s worth pointing out the DVD seems more bare-bones, as it apparently lacks the outtakes, deleted scenes, and featurette about the filmmaker’s early works.

The film’s physical copies also come with a Movies Anywhere code, AKA a digital copy that also includes the bonus features. Currently, the digital rental price for “Thanksgiving” is hovering around $19.99 on all platforms, while it’s about $24.99 to buy digitally as of publication time. The film is also available in SD, HD, and UltraHD, though Amazon oddly has all three options priced the same at the moment.

Once you watch “Thanksgiving,” be sure to complete the surprisingly robust catalogue of movies based on joke trailers from “Grindhouse.” Jason Eisener’s “Hobo With A Shotgun” is currently on Hulu and Tubi, while Ethan Maniquis and Robert Rodriguez’s “Machete” is on Max.

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