I am SOOOOOOOOO going to make this.
"Can you guess what the following successful horror flicks, "Silent Night, Deadly Night," "Halloween," and "Valentine's Day" all have in common? Yup, that's right, they're all "holiday-themed" gore-fests! But there's one holiday that's never been adapted to a grisly big screen feature - and oddly enough - it's the biggest movie-going day of the year.
May we present for your consideration, "THE FEAST," a fast-paced, clever, "Thanksgiving-themed" horror/thriller that's not only unique and terrifying, it's destined to become a modern holiday "classic."
SYNOPSIS: A quiet, back-to-nature "Thanksgiving in the woods" turns into an unrelenting nightmare when a group of teens looking to escape the commercialism of the holidays, unearth an ancient prophesy that revives a long-dead, bloodthirsty Native American tribe. As the night unfolds, the kids spend the holiday battling an unending onslaught of demonic, revenge-seeking Indians spirits who are out to extract a violent revenge for the wrongs done to them four centuries ago.
Logline: A Cornucopia of Horrors. There Won't Be Any Leftovers Tomorrow.
Cover art on the DVD: A "Norman Rockwell-ish" family sits down to eat their oh-so American, Thanksgiving dinner. All eyes are on dad as heleans over to carve the turkey, so no one sees that just out past the picture window that looks in on their dining room, two Native American ghosts, both dripping with blood and covered in war paint, are staring in the window, axes poised, ready to strike....."
I love how the author already knows this is going straight to DVD.