Father's Day (2011)
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Lots of fun, had a great time.
By the Canadian crew who also brought us such groundbreaking schlock as Manborg, Father's Day is just about one of the filthiest, goriest things I've ever seen. It starts out as a vigilante grindhouse pastiche (not unlike Hobo with a Shotgun) about a man who must find and kill a serial killer who rapes and eats bad dads, turns into more of a spoof, and finally heads into crazy horror territory. Throughout, disgusting (possibly disturbing) gore, male and female nudity aplenty, and a bit of heresy for good measure. While I enjoyed it, it may be too graphic for a lot of audiences, which then makes it hard to laugh at the black comedy. And it's probably too silly for gore fetishist, I don't know (but then, I'm a fan of Zombeavers). Unfortunately, while I appreciate the unexpected twists, the joke gets old before the last act, which seems tacked on ("What?! There's a half-hour left?!").
Probably one to watch with audience though.
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