Deborah Ann Woll Celebrates Mother’s Day

In '80s horror remake

Deborah Ann Woll Celebrates Mother's Day

by Phil de Semlyen |
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Deborah Ann Moll, best known as True Blood's blood-lusting vamp Jessican Hamby, has joined the cast of Mother's Day, a remake of cult production house Troma's 1980 horror.

The original, something of a feast for gore-hounds but seriously unloved by critics (Roger Ebert gave it an unprecedented *no *stars), saw three female campers terrorised in the woods by two redneck brothers who try to impress their mother with increasingly deranged acts of violence.

The remake gives that hoary Deliverance-style plotline a bit of a tweak, with the two brothers now joined by a sister (Woll). Together they return to the house where they grew up and pay a visit to the new owners and their guests. With Saw II's Darren Lynn Bousman behind the camera, don't expect them to be there to help with the washing up.

Shooting on Mother's Day is scheduled to start this autumn in Manitoba for a release on Mother's Day, 2010 (although we think most mums will probably prefer flowers).

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