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Release Date:
11 January 2014 (Japan) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Adam Brooks ... Ahab
Matthew Kennedy ... Father John Sullivan

Conor Sweeney ... Twink

Amy Groening ... Chelsea

Garrett Hnatiuk ... Walnut

Brent Neale ... Detective Stegel
Kevin Anderson ... Father O'Flynn
Meredith Sweeney ... Sleazy Mary
Zsuzsi ... The Chainsaw Ripper / Angel

Lloyd Kaufman ... God / Devil

Mackenzie Murdock ... Chris Fuchman
Billy Sadoo ... Twink's Dad
Falcon Van Der Baek ... Heaven Guide
Kyle Young ... Mark
Murray Davidson ... Artie
Ted Kennedy ... Ahab's Dad
Wilmar Chopyk ... Angry Priest
William O'Donnell ... Hallway Gimp

Gary Johnston ... Narrator
Rob McLaughlin ... Marty
Michael Schmidt ... Lowlife DJ (as Mike Schmidt)
Jeremy Gillespie ... Disfigured Bill Cummings / Bounty Man
Jason McDonald ... Bill Cummings
Kaiden Dupuis ... Young Ahab
Kaelan Wong ... Young Ahab
Dylan Gyles ... Teenage Ahab
Jynx Vandersteen ... Stripper / Angel (as Jynx)

Andrea Felldin ... Bartender / Angel
Talya Kornachuk ... Pregnant Dream Girl #2
Bree Ryan ... Pregnant Dream Girl #1 (as Braeley Hobbs)
Cherrie Gunn ... Stripper
Holly Halftone ... Angel
Amber Lamps ... Girl in Washroom
Sommer Spendlow ... Scary Lady in Hell
Reg Clayton ... Enthusiastic Church-Goer
Jen Kowalchuk ... Girl in Bed #1 / Angel
Hailey Riley ... Girl in Bed #2 / Angel

Steven Kostanski ... Masked Satanist
Screamin' Mimi ... Young Chelsea
Stephanie Kennedy ... Nun #1
Linda Hyslop ... Nun #2
James Mitchell ... Lowlife Perv
Cynthia Wolfe-Nolin ... Space Princess
McKinley Morton ... Count Zadar
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sonny Ayson ... Sensei

Directed by
Adam Brooks 
Jeremy Gillespie 
Matthew Kennedy  (as Matt Kennedy)
Steven Kostanski 
Conor Sweeney 
Writing credits
Adam Brooks (written by) &
Matthew Kennedy (written by) (as Matt Kennedy) &
Jeremy Gillespie (written by) &
Conor Sweeney (written by) &
Steven Kostanski (written by)

Produced by
Adam Brooks .... executive producer
Michael Herz .... producer
Lloyd Kaufman .... producer
Matt Manjourides .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jeremy Gillespie 
Paul Joyce 
Cinematography by
Adam Brooks 
Film Editing by
Adam Brooks 
Makeup Department
Adam Brooks .... makeup artist
Steven Kostanski .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Adam Brooks .... production manager
Adam Brooks .... production supervisor
Sound Department
Jon'Nathon Stebbe .... post-production audio
Special Effects by
Adam Brooks .... digital visual effects artist
Adam Graver .... fire special effects
Visual Effects by
Jeremy Gillespie .... digital effects artist
Steven Kostanski .... visual effects artist
Adam Brooks .... stunt coordinator
Adam Brooks .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Adam Brooks .... lighting designer
Matthew Kennedy .... lighting designer
William O'Donnell .... assistant camera
Music Department
Dan Bern .... original music
Jeremy Gillespie .... composer: theme music
Jeremy Gillespie .... music supervisor
Brian Wiacek .... original music
Other crew
John Tamburro .... helicopter pilot
Jim Rugg .... special thanks
Akiko Stehrenberger .... special thanks

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USA:99 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Australia:RC (original rating) | Australia:R18+ (re-rating) (cut) (2013) | Canada:R (Alberta) | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (uncut) | Germany:18 (cut) | Japan:R18+ | UK:18 | USA:Not Rated
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Did You Know?

Father John Sullivan:Maybe now you'll take me syrupsly!See more »
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25 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
"You don't call a man a tree.", 18 February 2012
Author: atarichild1211 from United States

I have been a fan of Troma since I was far too young to be watching their movies. I had the pleasure of seeing the newest movie from them called Father's Day directed by five lunatics known as Astron-6. I'll start this review by saying this movie is far too good to be a Troma movie. Yeah I said it. I heard this movie cost 10,000 dollars to make and I don't believe it. It transcends several genres by being really good and laugh out loud hilarious. It marries the sensibilities of Grindhouse cinema with moments of absurd comedy that work every single time.

I'll stop the butt kissing for one second to give a bit of synopsis but I will try to do so without spoiling too much of the plot. The story is about a one eyed man named Ahab ( Adam Brooks) on an epic quest for revenge against a cannibal serial murderer/rapist of fathers named Chris Fuchman (Mackenzie Murdock) he's joined in this quest by Father John Sullivan (Matthew Kennedy) and underage male prostitute Twink (Conor Sweeny) along with Ahab's Stripper sister Chelsea (Amy Groening). For starters everyone's acting works really well and they all click off each other in a way that's great on screen. The dialogue is also smart and funny. The movie starts off somewhat serious and had quite a few graphic scenes of Fuchman raping dads which will send some prudes running for the hills. The violence and gore will also. I went into this expecting these things so I enjoyed it a lot.

There were homages to movies and things I understand (The lurid lighting at times evoked feelings of Dario Argento and comic books) I've heard some people say Escape from new York was one but all they ever say is the eyepatch was the homage. I've seen plenty of eyepatches in movies. True grit. Captain Ron. So I don't know.

The comparisons to the bunch of grindhouse movies that have been coming out lately is inevitable. Hobo with a shotgun, Machete, and Grindhouse are of the same ilk but I would hardly say they are in the same league. Father's day is really funny because it knows it's absurd and revels in it. There is a part where the intense Detective Stegel (Brent Neale) shows up and the heroes have to slip past him unnoticed, so they dress up in dresses and walk openly past him despite the fact Ahab has a beard and a picture of an eye taped to his eyepatch. (I guffawed at that might I add) From the very beginning it evokes a sense of 80's-90's nostalgia, like the movie is being shown late at night on some local TV channel. It even has a commercial break midway for the next movie which is an awesome low budget Star wars-esque movie that I won't ruin.

I cannot recommend this movie enough because it transcends the Troma name. Yeah it's filled with male rape, ultra violence, lots of female nudity, the occasional penis, lots of swearing. All the things I enjoy in movies because it's mixed with absurd comedy.

As I said before I am astonished this movie cost $10,000 because it looks really good. I've also heard people say the music is intentionally bad. I disagree. "We are the universe" will be my ringtone sooner than later. I expect to see more from Aston-6 after this because this is a grand achievement and should get a lot of people's attention. See it in the theater with an audience of like-minded individuals and you won't be disappointed! This is now my favorite Troma movie and honestly one of my favorite movies to come out in a while.

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