3 Day Test

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3 Day Test
Directed by Corbin Bernsen
Produced by
  • Corbin Bernsen
  • Chris Aronoff
Written by
  • Corbin Bernsen
  • Michael Winnick
Music by Brenton Costa
Cinematography Scott Williams
Edited by Ethan Holzman
Distributed by Umbrella Entertainment
Release date
  • November¬†6,¬†2012¬†(2012-11-06)
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

3 Day Test is a 2012 American film directed and written by Corbin Bernsen and starring George Newbern, Megyn Price, and Bernsen. The film was released on November 6, 2012.[1] The film was retitled in several overseas territories as Home & Alone For Christmas.

Plot summary

Family father Martin Taylor is out of touch with the members of his family. To better reconnect with them, he comes up with a plan that includes no use of technology, no electricity, and cut off from the outside. Not the winter vacation they were expecting, now the Taylors have to work together to show Dad they can endure his "3 Day Test".[2]



3 Day Test was shot in Akron, Ohio.[3]


  1. ^ Melinda Ledman. "Movie Review: 3 Day Test". Christiancinema.com. Retrieved 2014-10-03.
  2. ^ Jones, Bob (2012-03-19). "Akron street transformed into movie set for Corbin Bernsen film '3 Day Test'". WEWS-TV. Retrieved 2014-12-21.
  3. ^ Heldenfels, Rich (2014-12-12). "Local landmarks reflect pop culture of holidays". Akron Beacon Journal. Retrieved 2014-12-21.

External links

  • 3 Day Test on IMDb
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