Stepfather II (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
After a daring escape from a psychiatric hospital, the Stepfather (Terry O’Quinn, TV’s JAG), assumes a new identity and sets out in search of another family to marry into—and kill! He finds the perfect victims: attractive, recently divorced Carol Grayland (Meg Foster—THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK) and her teenage son, Todd (Jonathan Brandis—HART’S WAR). Posing as a warm and caring family therapist named Gene, he appears to be the ideal second husband and father for these two lonely people. But Carol’s best friend Matty (Caroline Williams—HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS) suspects that Gene is too good to be true. And when Carol’s first husband returns to attempt reconciliation, he triggers Gene’s fear of discovery, sending him off on a psychotic killing spree. Gene secretly eliminates everyone who stands in his way, until the day arrives to marry Carol, one of the most unforgettable—and horrifying—wedding days ever filmed.
About Stepfather II (2003)
Starring: Terry O'Quinn, Meg Foster, Caroline Williams, Jonathan Brandis, Henry Brown
Runtime: 88 minutes
Director: Jeff Burr