ShockTillYouDrop First Thoughts: Darren Bousman's Mother's Day


There are movies that pretend to be tough as nails. Posturing with on-screen muscle, testosterone, the flash of a gun barrel or the glint of a knife and plenty of blood spilled. Then there are movies that, yes, carry some of those elements, but are absolutely wicked to the core, channeling the energy of a feral creature trapped in a cage. That's Mother's Day, a surprisingly good remake of the 1980 film of the same name directed by Charles Kaufman.

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