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A Day of Judgment (1981)

| Action, Horror, Drama
In the 1920s, a man in black rides into a small Southern town to visit retribution upon the citizens who have strayed from the path of righteousness and religion. He does this, of course, by killing them in various bloody ways.

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William T. Hicks ... Sharpe
Harris Bloodworth ... Sid
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Deborah Bloodworth ... Lucie
Susan Bloodworth ... Janie
Carlton Bortell ... Harvey
Jonas Bridges ... Guard
Eva Carpenter ... Woman in black #1
Greg Carswell ... Teller
Brownlee Davis ... Charlie
Lizzie Lee Dedmon ... Woman in black #2
Richard Dedmon ... Grigg
Inga Dennis ... Missy
Leonora Forrester ... Depositor
William Gillespie ... Mr. Clay
Pat Hall ... Driver
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In the 1920s, a man in black rides into a small Southern town to visit retribution upon the citizens who have strayed from the path of righteousness and religion. He does this, of course, by killing them in various bloody ways.

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sin | grim reaper | murder | See All (3) »

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Action | Horror | Drama

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Stormbringer  »

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A Day of Judgment needs to be viewed and critiqued in a spiritual light.
16 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

The object of this movie was to impress upon its audience the importance of repentance when persons are brought to the knowledge of their sin. It gave examples of various sinful situations and how the people responded when shown the ultimate results of those sins. Most of the actors in "A Day of Judgment" were not professional actors, as is obvious; and for some, it was their first time acting in a movie, as was the case for my mother who played Mrs. Clay. She had been a stage actress from a child and reveled in playing comedy. This was not her 'cup of tea' but she was willing to be a part. The movie has an important message which can get lost in the shuffle of arrogant criticism by those who have no spiritual insight.


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