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Once upon a time, a man named Chris Fuchman raped and murdered several men simply because they had children. Dubbed the Father’s Day Killer, he held the city in a grip of fear until one day…he vanished. Years later a street hustler named Twink witnesses his father’s murder and is placed in the protective custody of Father John Sullivan from the local church. Father John fails at gaining Twink’s trust, but relays the information of the crime to his superior Father O’Flynn, an elderly blind priest, practically a character out of a 1980s Italian horror film, who recognizes the work of Fuchman and instructs the young priest to track down their only hope, a one-eyed avenger named Ahab.

Once a man on a mission to avenge the murder of his own paterfamilias, Ahab now lives as a recluse following a 10-year prison sentence for killing the wrong person. Father John convinces Ahab to resume his pursuit — since Fuchman has indeed returned — and with the help of some powerful maple syrup metaphors, Ahab is back on the case. We are next introduced to Ahab’s sister Chelsea, a stripper who has picked up the quest to kill Fuchman despite her brother’s wishes. Twink comes to her for protection, but the Father’s Day Killer follows them to her apartment and attacks. Ahab and Father John set out with Twink on a mission to stop the killing once and for all, but get more than they bargained for when they learn the truth behind the identity of the Father’s Day Killer.



DIRECTORS: Adam Brooks, Jeremy Gillespie, Matthew Kennedy, Steven Kostanski, Conor Sweeney








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Father’s Day (2011) - Movie Review

Bloodbath and Beyond review the horror film Father’s Day directed by and starring Adam Brooks, Jeremy Gillespie, Matthew Kennedy, Steven Kostanski, and Conor Sweeney.



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Troma’s Father’s Day - Dan Bern’s “Never Bin Born At All”

Music video teaser for the song Never Bin Born At All by Dan Bern. Written for the film Father’s Day from Troma and Astron 6



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Astron-6 Interview: Matt Kennedy & Conor Sweeney’s Father’s Day Movie

Astron-6’s Matt Kennedy & Conor Sweeney answered some questions for Best Movies Ever Entertainment News in their caustic style.






Father’s Day introduction and Q&A - Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2011

Father’s Day marked the third Canadian film screened at The Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2011 at the Toronto Underground Cinema! The big difference? This was the world premiere!

Many of the Astron-6 crew were on hand to introduce the film and afterwards for a Q&A including Adam Brooks, Jeremy Gillespie, Matthew Kenedy, Steven Kostanski, Conor Sweeney and the evil man himself Mackenzie Murdock.




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