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Mother's Day (Blu-ray + DVD)

3.9 out of 5 stars 126 customer reviews

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From the maker of Saw II, III and IV, MOTHER'S DAY is a graphic remake of the Troma horror classic, Mother's Day. After a bank robbery gone wrong, three brothers go home to hideout…only to discover that their Mother (Rebecca De Mornay) lost their house in a foreclosure. The new owners and their party guests become the depraved brothers' unwitting hostages. Their sadistic Mother soon arrives and brilliantly takes control of the situation, ratcheting up the terror. As the hostages struggle desperately to survive the harrowing torture, they realize that there is nothing a Mother won't do to protect her children.

Based on ''Mother's Day'' written by Charles Kaufman and Warren Leight, screenstory and screenplay by Scott Milam and Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, MOTHER'S DAY also stars Jaime King, Briana Evigan, Patrick Flueger, Deborah Ann Woll, Matt O' Leary, Jessie Rusu, Frank Grillo, Warren Kole, and Shawn Ashmore.

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Audio Commentary with Director Darren Lynn Bousman and Actor Shawn Ashmore

Product Details

  • Actors: Rebecca De Mornay, Shawn Ashmore, Jamie King
  • Directors: Darren Lynn Bousman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: May 8, 2012
  • Run Time: 108 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007CZ3D6O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,935 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
"Look at me, if someone's lying there will be consequences. I guarantee it." After three teens commit a crime they run to their mother's house for safety. When they get there they find out that the home was foreclosed on and there are now new people living there. The mother (De Mornay) shows up and begins to take control to get her and her boys out safe. I have to say that going in I was expecting a pretty lame B movie. This was much better then I thought. Very tense and pretty scary in the fact that this movie could actually happen. Imagine having a party with your friends when a group of criminals with guns show up thinking it's their house. What would you do. This movie is made for me by the fact that Rebecca De Mornay is playing a similar character that she played in "Hand That Rocks The Cradle". She has the same level of "normal-creepiness" that is makes her seem at once normal and insane. To me that is creepy. This is a good watch. Overall, if the woman from "Hand That Rocks The Cradle" grew up this is the type of person and movie it would become. I give it a B.
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Being a fan of the original Troma version of this remake I didn't know how they could possibly re edit this keeping it somewhat true to the original yet bringing it up to date.
They managed to keep the story somewhat in tact such as keeping the main characters names the same they even mentioned Queenie a few times.
This time around they added a daughter played by the beautiful Deborah Ann Woll who also plays Jessica on True Blood' Her character is confused and timid and more emotionally vulnerable than her brothers Ike Addley and Johnny.They added some Family drama and treachery to the victims as well which played perfectly into the plot of this story.

Rebecca DeMornay was amazing as Mother and spoke a few lines that were a direct homage to The Hand That Rocks The Cradle such as 'You cant take care of your child ,you can't even keep your man'.The acting was good overall and it was a non stop bloody thrill ride.

It wasn't a splatterfest like I had heard but it is certainly violent and there are some very graphic scenes and a couple of splatters.
There was one death scene in particular that stayed very true to the original. I'm speaking of the drain cleaner and television set...I have no clue why this wasn't in theaters because I can envision people in the audience rooting for the hero or heroine or heroes or heroines to do to Mother what The Herione did to DeMornay's Character, Peyton Flanders in The hand That Rocks The Cradle.It's the best movie of this type I have seen in quite awhile.
I bought the Blu ray and am watching it again today.
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I loved this movie, it is way more violent (intense torture scenes) than I thought it would be, but that is a good thing. It is also full of little twist and turns, secrets, betrayals, and revenge. The story starts quickly and holds your attention and you will love the irony of the ending. The best part of the movie is the decisions that the victims are forced to make to survive, you will be asking yourself if you could or would make the same decisions. Just sit back and enjoy.
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I'm a horror obsesso. I love anything from Fulci/Argento flicks, to 80's slashers and bizarre euro cult trash, as well as newer horror films like Inside, the FIRST Saw and the FIRST Hostel. I liked the original Mother's Day alright, though as far as classic slashers go, it was marginally low on the list. Still, I wanted to see this because Rebecca De Mornay played Mother and it was directed by Darren Bousman - a fine director who has shown his merits on films like Repo The Genetic Opera.

Guess What? This film delivers it all. Action, horror, drama, suspense, gore, torture, plot twists - all of the highest pedigree. This film is a good example of when remakes work. The original was very violent and crazy in that 80's way, but it was not suspensful and was predictable (by 1983 the formula was well established). The new version of Mother's Day is very well written. Mother, Ike, & Addley are all present, along with two younger new siblings (one of whom you will recognize from a certain sultry show), as well as nods to Queenie a few times. :)

I will say, I thought I had seen it all (and I pretty much have), but its nice to occasionally have a film that has all the right elements come together. By the end of this movie, I was on the edge of my seat and thats what a well crafted horror film should do.

Recommended for all horror fans. I will never think of a pool ball the same way again...
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In my life I've seen some pretty sick movies but nothing I've seen is on a par with this. I love Psycho but this twisted sista is far sicker than Norman Bates mom. This is easily among the most gore filled fun fests I've ever witnessed. This is the kind of movie my mom used to say was NOT Good For Me! I mean it for real, this Movie is Psychopath \ Sociopath 301 the advanced course. The mom was sick. Her boys were sick sadistic hopelessly twisted morons but, I liked them.

The violence and gore in this DVD had me crawling in my seat and generally I have a strong constitution. I was squirming in my seat because; the violence in Mothers Day was gratifying on levels only my psychiatrist truly understands. This is not a movie for young minds. This is the ultimate Wolf among the sheeple film. The propduction values had that movie of the week feel but, that said the movie rocked. There were plenty of plot twists and turns. The ending is kind of what you would expect for its type.

Honestly for the price Mothers Day can't be beat. Video quality 9.1 out of ten sometimes things were out of focus. Audio 8,5 out of ten sometimes the voices and sound faded out without warning or explanation. Mothers Day was at once funny and horrific.
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