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Filmmaker Darren Bousman celebrates MOTHER'S DAY
Talk about pedigree: this controversial cult horror film was directed by Lloyd Kaufman's brother and was remade this year by THF Guru Darren Bousman--who decodes the original and why he wanted to reimagine it. Criticized in 1980 for its misogyny and violence, writer-director Charles Kaufman claimed it was satirical, but subsequent reissues were shorn of some of the most egregious scenes of rape and mayhem.
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ABOUT DARREN BOUSMAN:
DARREN LYNN BOUSMAN was born in Overland Park, Kansas, and is a graduate of the Film School at Full Sail University. After co-writing and directing Saw II, Darren went on to direct Saw III, Saw IV, and the Rock-Opera Repo! The Genetic Opera. Darren is currently in Post-Production on Mother's Day which will be released this year.
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Mother's Day is a 1980 American horror-thriller film, directed, co-written and produced by...