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Gobble, Gobble, Motherfucker!
Fowl-mouthed villain Turkie carves through the likes of a rapping grandma, a mindless puppet, a wig-wearing inventor, a bisexual space worm, and their equally ridiculous friends on his quest to recover the last copy of "ThanksKilling 2". Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Daniel Usaj ... Uncle Donny

Joe Hartzler ... Jefferson
Preston Altree ... Nibla (voice)

Benjamin Siemon ... Mrs. Turkey (voice)
Mike Litzenberg ... Greg Garbage (voice)
Bridge Stuart ... FrankenTurkey (voice)
Wanda Lust ... Naked Astronaut

Christina Blevins ... Newscaster

Jordan Downey ... Turkie / Yomi / WiseTurkey / Muff (voice)

Kevin Stewart ... Rhonda Worm / PluckMaster / Meowmir (voice)
David Cronin ... Pie-Lett (voice)
Jeffery A. Baker ... Flamethrower 1
Ryan McLelland ... Rimjob Rick (voice)
Brian Jackson ... Guest Death 1
Roger Ford ... Guest Death 2
Jonathan Gaskill ... Guest Death 4
Amanda Gaskill ... Guest Death 3

Directed by
Jordan Downey 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jordan Downey 
Mike Will Downey 
Kevin Stewart 

Produced by
Nikos Bellas .... executive producer
Patrick Canning .... executive producer
Quinn Cotchett .... executive producer
Molly Dessert .... executive producer
William Dessert .... executive producer
Ryan Doherty .... executive producer
Ryan Doherty .... executive producer
Jordan Downey .... producer
Ricky Fosheim .... producer
Nolan Gallagher .... executive producer
Kirk Langs .... executive producer
David Logan .... executive producer
Melanie Miller .... executive producer
Michael Murphy .... executive producer
Christine Putziger .... executive producer
Drew Ross .... executive producer
Jake Rubin .... executive producer
Kevin Simpson-Verger .... executive producer
Kevin Stewart .... producer
Kurt Stewart .... executive producer
Sean Tiedeman .... executive producer
Nick Usaj .... executive producer
Suzie Usaj .... executive producer
Adam Vancini .... executive producer
Original Music by
Zain Effendi 
Cinematography by
Kevin Stewart 
Film Editing by
Jordan Downey 
Alan Maxson 
Kevin Stewart 
Production Design by
Shane Richardson 
Set Decoration by
Rene Fresquez 
Makeup Department
Preston Altree .... special makeup effects assistant
Troy Smith .... creature and makeup effects designer
Troy Smith .... puppeteer
Production Management
Ann Finnegan .... unit production manager: Los Angeles
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Katie Micay .... second assistant director: Los Angeles
Tim Sekiguchi .... first assistant director: Los Angeles
Art Department
Krit Fagtongpun .... construction coordinator
Johnathan Fairbairn .... carpenter
Eligh Macias .... set dresser
Kateri O'Neil .... set dresser
Rob Peterson .... lead man
Eric Schuman .... on set dresser
Davin Skorstad .... art department
Davin Skorstad .... property master
Cami Viand .... on set dresser
Grey S. Wears .... puppet builder
Robert Wood .... set dresser (as Rob Wood)
Sound Department
Christian Gecosala .... sound editor
Travis Prater .... sound designer
Travis Prater .... sound mixer: Los Angeles
Travis Prater .... sound re-recording mixer
Rick Van Ness .... sound mixer: South Dakota
Eric Wegener .... sound designer
Eric Wegener .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Shawn Collins .... puppet designer: Flowis
Michael Earl .... puppet builder
Visual Effects by
Chad Goei .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Christian Armada .... second assistant camera
David Cronin .... gaffer: South Dakota
Shane Crown .... best boy electric
Luc Delamare .... electrician
Barron Peterson .... best boy grip
Peter Soto .... gaffer: Los Angeles
Megan Stacey .... electrician
Keith Van Ness .... best boy grip: South Dakota
Music Department
Rob Beaton .... score mixer
Mike Will Downey .... music supervisor: additional music
Other crew
Preston Altree .... puppeteer: Los Angeles
Dallin Blankenship .... puppet builder
Ray Busmann .... puppet builder
Brandon Comer .... production assistant
Jordan Downey .... puppeteer
Michael Earl .... puppet builder
Roberto Ferreira .... puppet builder
Dashiell House .... puppet builder
Alan Maxson .... suit performer: Muff - second unit
Dustin Muenchow .... behind-the-scenes video
Michael O'Neill .... production assistant
Eric Schuman .... production assistant
Benjamin Siemon .... puppeteer: Los Angeles
Rob Smith .... production assistant
Megan Stacey .... production assistant
Grey S. Wears .... puppet builder
Matt Galsor .... special thanks
Chuck Lamb .... special thanks
Jesse Saivar .... special thanks
Adrian Smith .... special thanks
Amid Vocirus .... special thanks

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The poster artwork was designed by Ralf Krause of Falcon White after the filmmakers found his work online and approached him with the job.See more »
Rhonda Worm:Looks like early worm just got the bird.See more »
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References "Criminal Minds" (2005)See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
T3: A Neon Turkey, 14 January 2015
Author: FightOwensFight from Miami Beach, Florida

If you go into Thankskilling 3 expecting anything like what you got out of the first film you will be incredibly disappointed, maybe even confused. Of course Turkie, the antagonist from the first film, returns to spread as much horror, gore & death as would be expected, but this time the world in which his terror transpires is a much more foreign place. To T3's credit, the world it paints is extremely original... Filled with colorful sets, clever lighting, pulse pounding beats and creative characters and puppets that even Jim Henson would most likely give nod to. Unfortunately those aforementioned pluses are the only things T3 has going for it this time around.

The plot is simple. The blood thirsty, mayhem starved Turkie receives news that the original sequel to his first film, Thankskilling 2, is being pulled and ultimately destroyed. Determined to not let his life's work disappear forever, Turkie grabs his son and sets out to find the last remaining copy. Immediately the film jumps off the rails, introducing character after character, each carefully imagined and constructed but none that add any real substance to the story. Random and potty humor is thrown against the wall like rapid fire and very little of sticks at all. It very quickly becomes extremely exhausting to be the viewer, very similar to keeping up with a toddler. This makes what bright points the film does have almost impossible to truly enjoy.

Director Jordan Downey obviously has some talent... What he needs is an editor. T3 is ultimately a mess. The audience this film will find will certainly be significantly smaller than it's predecessor. I'm also willing to bet that the age of that audience will drop as well

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