Mother's Day (1980) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Loving sons always do what their mothers tell them to…even if it’s to kill. Directed by Charles Kaufman (brother of Troma President Lloyd Kaufman), the classic Mother’s Day delivers laughs and chills with liberal doses of nail-biting suspense. When three college buddies decide to rekindle their comraderie with a camping trip, they become the unwitting prey of a very dysfunctional family. As unforgettable as Deliverance, as terrifying as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with a twisted statirical humor in the Kaufman vein, this Mother’s Day will leave you feeling frightened and amazed!
Synopsis:When you go into the woods today, you're in for a big surprise. When you go into the woods today you're not going to believe your eyes...
About Mother's Day (1980)
Starring: Michael McCleery, Frederick Coffin, Sheldon Relde, Nancy Hendrickson, Marshall Auerbach, Deborah Luce, Timmy Leight, Tiana Pierce, John Castellano, Beatrice Pons, Suzy Fried, Robert Collins, Steve Sturm, Peter Fox, Leilani Gorre, Marsella Davidson, Joe Stanton, Kevin Lowe, Katya, Scott Lucas, John Fanelli, Ed Battle, Josh Smilowitz, Robert Carnegie, Vince Piccalo, Silas Davis, Stanley Kaufman, John Radom, Louie Cogie, Sondra Fortunato
Director: Charles Kaufman
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