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ThanksKilling 3 (2012) Poster

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Funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign, where over $100,000 was raised. As of 2012, ThanksKilling 3 was the highest funded horror film on Kickstarter.
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Marketed as the first film to skip its own sequel, ThanksKilling 3 follows ThanksKilling. As of 2016, there is no ThanksKilling 2.
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The original ThanksKilling was shot in 11 days. ThanksKilling 3 took over 50 days to shoot.
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Appeared in the achievement hunter show "theater mode", episode 5.
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The hero Rhonda Worm puppet broke many times while shooting and constantly had to be repaired. 1/3 of the movie was shot with the original puppet, 1/3 after undergoing repairs by Troy Smith, and the final 1/3 after repairs once again. In the final film, you can clearly see three different "looks" for Rhonda Worm and this is why.
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During the chase out of Turkey Hell, the Blarth suit got caught on the cave set, causing the monster with Troy inside to crash to the floor. Because the suit was built of foam, he was protected and uninjured.
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The exterior shots of Uncle Donny's place are actually of a miniature house built on a putt putt course the filmmakers found in South Dakota.
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The graffiti covered alleyway where Uncle Donny and Yomi first meet is known as "Art Alley" in Rapid City, South Dakota.
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The Blarth (FrankenTurkey) suit was worn and performed by creature effects designer Troy Smith. The suit itself was built out of wood, chicken wire and spray foam, ultimately making it incredibly heavy. A small monitor was attached inside for Troy to operate from.
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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.
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The working title was "ThanksKilling Sequel".
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