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Poster for The Hamiltons sequel The Thompsons slips us some tongue

02.15.2012by: Jared Pacheco
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One of my favorite indie flicks of the past several years is The Butcher Brothers' THE HAMILTONS. While the flick moves at a relatively slow pace I found myself really stoked when the end credits started to roll. Can't beat that, right? So it should go without saying that I'm extremely excited for the flick's sequel - THE THOMPSONS.

Now we've been bringing you guys any updates on THE THOMPSONS we can get our hands on, with the last update coming over a year ago in the form of the flick's first still. Well here I am today with some new THOMPSONS goods coming at us from the European Film Market. Finally! Above you'll find a new still from the flick which features our titular family while below you'll find a new one-sheet that offers a bit too much tongue... Scroll away and check out the goods for yourself!

In the sequel, a bloodbath at a gas station in the desert puts the family on the run, eventually seeing them resurface in the U.K. under a new identity as "The Thompsons." Desperate for protection in this unfamiliar country, the Thompsons seek out the help of a shadowy underground rumored to be sympathetic to vampires.

With the original cast all set to return, THE THOMPSONS stars Cory Knauf, Samuel Child, Joseph McKelheer, Mackenzie Firgens, Ryan Hartwig and Elizabeth Henstridge (below) and will be coming our way courtesy of The Butcher Brothers: Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores. Still no word on when we might be seeing THE THOMPSONS but as always any other updates that roll our way will be passed right along to all of you.

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Extra Tidbit: The Butcher Brothers also directed the straight-to-DVD remake APRIL FOOLS DAY.

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10:16AM on 02/15/2012
The Butcher Brothers make such a laudably good use of blood in their posters. And, blood is such a common horror element too. However, The Hamiltons had a woman in a blood-filled bathtub, exemplifying the film's butchery. Some theatres were so freaked that they used an altered poster with darkened blood that resembled mud instead. Now, The Thompsons has the blood-dripping tongue. The image chills a beholder. No one wants to see blood as sensual. No one wants to see blood as food. Yet, how often
The Butcher Brothers make such a laudably good use of blood in their posters. And, blood is such a common horror element too. However, The Hamiltons had a woman in a blood-filled bathtub, exemplifying the film's butchery. Some theatres were so freaked that they used an altered poster with darkened blood that resembled mud instead. Now, The Thompsons has the blood-dripping tongue. The image chills a beholder. No one wants to see blood as sensual. No one wants to see blood as food. Yet, how often do other movies present blood-drinkers without succeeding in horrifying viewers. Compliments to The Butcher Brothers. I liked The Hamiltons. I like this promotional art for the sequel.
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