Mommy 2: Mommy's Day

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Mommy 2: Mommy's Day
Directed by Max Allan Collins
Produced by Steven Henke
Written by Max Allan Collins
Starring Patty McCormack
Sarah Jane Miller
Rachel Lemieux
Paul Petersen
Gary Sandy
Brinke Stevens
Michael Cornelison
Mickey Spillane
Arlen Dean Snyder
Music by Richard Lowry
Cinematography Phillip W. Dingeldein
Edited by Phillip W. Dingeldein
Distributed by M.A.C. Productions
Release date
  • 1997 (1997)
Running time
87 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Mommy 2: Mommy's Day (also known as just Mommy's Day) is a 1997 low budget sequel to the 1995 thriller Mommy starring Patty McCormack once again as the psychotically obsessed mother who is trying to reunite with her daughter.


Mrs. Sterling (Patty McCormack), who had been convicted of murder and sentenced to death, escapes execution when she is wounded in a prison breakout attempt. While she is recovering, a physician convinces the courts that she would be able to live in a halfway house if she takes a violence-suppressing drug that he designed. Although her parole forbids contact with her daughter (who is now living with her sister and brother-in-law), she violates her parole by secretly visiting her one night. When people who are trying to keep her from seeing her daughter start turning up murdered, a local cop starts investigating her.


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