"Mother's Day" introduces us to three twenty-something women on a camping trip to hell. Our helpless heroines are stalked and snatched by a pair of psychosexual brothers and their insane parent - but oestrogen proves tough to overcome and "Mother's Day" ultimately provides us with a chair-gripping, sanguine-stained battle of the sexes. Prepare to be disoriented and disturbed by one of the true greats of eighties independent terror! Considered to be a classic of the backwoods-slasher genre, "Mother's Day" debuted in 1980 to censorship problems and critical confusion - but gained a fan following that includes such Hollywood heavyweights as Eli Roth and Brett Ratner. Indeed, Ratner would eventually produce a lavishly budgeted 2010 remake, starring Rebecca De Mornay, although - as in most cases - it is the original which is most potent and powerful!