Father’s Day (2011)

Produced by the famed Troma Enterainment, Father’s Day is a pretty middling affair. The flick comes written and directed by Winnipeg-based filmmaking collective Astron-6 and attempts to slap itself headlong into the grindhouse and late-nite movie genre, using resolute cheese, bad effects, and exaggerated sex and violence to plead its case.

You can check out the rest of this review at Father’s Day (2011) Movie Review: Too Modern and Too Hip for Its Own Good at Cinema Sentries

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