Theatrical Reminder: The Stepfather (2009)


For those interested, the remake of THE STEPFATHER (1987) releases to theaters October 16th. Be sure to share your thoughts on the film, surely handicapped without Terry O’Quinn.

David Harris (Dylan Walsh), very much a “family values” man who mysteriously comes into the lives of single mothers with children and becomes the dream man they always wanted. When he woos Susan Harding (Sela Ward) and eventually moves in with her family, her teenage son Michael (Penn Badgley) begins to suspect that David is not quite the dream man he pretends to be. Along with his girlfriend Kelly (Amber Heard) and Susan’s friends they slowly start to piece together the mystery of the man who is set to become their stepfather, but they may be too late in getting to the truth.

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7 Responses to “ Theatrical Reminder: The Stepfather (2009) ”

  1. All I can say is PG-13…..lame. I love the original and part 2 but PG-13? I’m having flashbacks of the extremely gay Prom Night remake. I’d say I’m waiting for DVD, but I’m waiting for cable is more realistic.

  2. Yeah, sound like Prom Night all over again. This is sooooooooo straight! :P

  3. Seems rather pointless to me.

    On the other hand while not a slasher film, I watched “The Children” last night and it was awesome.

  4. The step father movie connotation some of rare speaking aspect and it will be different experience for all kind of movie lovers. It will be amazing movie which is evolving eerie story. The director Nelson McCormick has shrink great movie in to celluloid in great style. Check out The step father movie.

  5. Not a bad article pamela. Just for the future, some spell and grammer checking. Can’t make out some sentences. :( But thank you.

  6. Zzzzzzzzzz

  7. I stole Amanda for this one. Here is her review of it… Not positive at all!

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