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Gavin Klein over 5 years ago
Wasn't scary at all
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Patricia Ramos over 6 years ago
The Stepfather is a 2009 remake of the 1987 thriller film of the same name. The original was directed by Joseph Ruben. The remake was directed by Nelson McCormick. The original film was shot from a script by Donald Westlake. The films are loosely based on the crimes of John List. The film opens as Grady Edwards (Dylan Walsh) transforms himself in a bathroom. He shaves off his beard, dyes his hair, and takes out his brown contact lenses. He goes downstairs with his luggage and fixes himself peanut butter toast and coffee. As he leaves the house, the camera reveals the bodies of his wife and her three children. Susan Harding (Sela Ward) is shopping in a grocery store with her youngest children when she meets Grady, who introduces himself as David Harris, a man who lost his wife and daughter in a car accident. He charms her, and six months later, they are engaged to be married. Susan's eldest son, Michael (Penn Badgley) returns home from military school and is wary of the situation....
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