Happy Mother's Day! - Part II PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 13 May 2012 17:43

In our continuing celebration of Mother's Day, we present "Mother Movies". Enjoy!

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Mother's Day (1980) - The plot begins with the long-time friendship of three women, Abbey (Nancy Hendrickson), Jackie (Deborah Luce), and Trina (Tiana Pierce), who reunite every year to take a camping trip. Once while setting their vacation up in the woods, they find their trip turns into a worst nightmare when they are captured by a group of two partially insane punk/"hillbilly" hybrids: Ike (Holdem McGuire) and Addley (Billy Ray McQuade). The punks lead a comfortable life, living along with their mentally abnormal mother (Rose Ross) in an occult hovel situated amidst the wood. All through the movie, their mother goads her sons into acts of rape, violence, and murder. Eventually one of the women is severely brutalized by Ike and Addley, and the remaining two escape before the first dies from her sustained injuries. They soon regroup, arm themselves, and set out for bloody revenge against Ike, Addley, and Mother. After the girls took their revenge at the end of the film, they were about to leave the woods but they were attacked by the mother's Deformed sister, Queenie. (Video after the jump.)

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Unmarried Mothers (1953) - At a summer-evening dance a young girl meets a man who tells her he is a doctor. They go off together, and after that she never sees him again. She learns that she is pregnant and inquires about him at various hospitals, with no success. She reads of his engagement and becomes acquainted with another girl with a situation like her own. At the hospital she discovers that the ward doctor is the man she has been searching for. He is guilt-stricken by her disclosure, but she refuses to let him assume any financial obligation for her unborn-child. He delivers her twins, and she goes to a home for unwed mothers, makes friends and hears other similar stories of seduction and desertion. Meanwhile, the doctor has told his fiancée the story and she is shocked and critical. He breaks the engagement, and goes to the home to ask the girl to marry him.



Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...Teenage Mother (1967) - (a.k.a. The Hygiene Story) is a 1967 American exploitation film directed by Jerry Gross and starring Arlene Sue Farber. The film is about teenage pregnancy and hygiene. It was billed as "The film that dares to explain what most parents can't." The film also features a graphic actualization of birth.

I have yet to find out if this was a sequel to the sexploitation classic "Teenage Jailbait". (What other kind is there?)

Click to View Larger... Click to View Larger...The Stepmother (1972) - Returning home late one night from a business trip to Mexico, architect Frank Delgado finds the car of wealthy client Alan Richmond in his driveway. Suspecting that his wife Margo and Richmond are having an affair, Frank attacks Richmond when he steps outside and strangles him to death.

Although stunned by his action, Frank drives Richmond's body to the beach and, using a spade he brought from his home, buries the body in the sand. As he finishes the burial, Frank overhears a nearby, young, Latin couple's argument escalate into a fight, but drives away without being seen.

The next morning as the police receive a report of the discovery of two bodies at the beach, Frank and Margo are awakened by the arrival of Frank's business partner Dick Hill, his wife Sonya and their friends, pornographic film director Goof and his wife Rita. Although reluctant, the tense Frank agrees to accompany the others to the beach house belonging to Richmond, for whom he and Dick are building another property.

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