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Fangoria Review - Father's Day

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ASTRON-6 deliver real exploitation film shocks and laughs with FATHER’S DAY; late to the grindhouse fad game but it shows everybody else how it’s done. Not since Jason Eisener’s HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN have we seen the genre played so well and so true to its lurid, seedy roots. HOBO was one of the most successful of the neo-grindhouse movies, at least from an artistic perspective. The comedy was extremely dark and the script was written to be played straight, no winking, no nodding at the audience and not a lot of sincerely comic moments between its characters; that wasn't the tone of the movie...

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