This ticks off David, yet he doesn't let it show and asks Susan just how reliable this woman is. She chases her two boys somewhere, and she meets a man. He also looks into the decorated living room, to where it also shows his wife in a lying down position, and another child near the Christmas tree in a lying down position. Bondurant looked into Jerry's past and started becoming suspicious as well, prompting the Stepfather to beat him to death with a wooden plank in a house he was selling. He then removes colored contact lenses from his eyes. He tells her he can't take it anymore and wanted her to be Mrs.
Archived from on October 20, 2009. Boarding a ferry, Henry disposes of the suitcase containing the objects from his former life by throwing it into the ocean. Though David makes Michael's mother very happy, Michael cannot seem to shake feelings of distrust. They make their way into the house and as he is looking around in the house, the girl, Kelly, goes out into the yard to which she calls the boy, Michael out to join her. After discovering Bondurant's identity as his stepdaughter's psychiatrist, Jerry makes Bondurant's death look like an accident, blowing up the doctor's car with his body inside it. He first kills Jim, who shows up again at the house, this time with a revolver. After killing Danvers and a security guard, the Stepfather escaped and assumed the identity of psychiatrist Dr.
David invites him in, and goes into the kitchen to answer the phone. The next day, and Michael looks out the window as David is talking to the mailman about police cars across the street. He starts to freak out, wondering how someone caught on to him. A month has passed, and they explain by the time the police got there David disappeared and he's gone. Later, Jay confronts David about an apparent lie regarding his college history. After Susan says that an elderly neighbor warned her that ran a profile on a serial killer that looked like David, David barges into the woman's house and throws her down her basement stairs, then suffocates her. He goes into the kitchen where he puts toast into the toaster, and grabs some coffee.
After Jim stops by, Susan phones the real estate agency to tell Jerry that someone was looking for him, only to be informed that Jerry quit several days ago. Susan dismisses her nosy neighbor and heads into the kitchen where she shares with David Mrs. He sees that Michael and Kelly are no longer in the pool, or in the yard and goes into the house looking for them as he sees their footprints on the ground. It has since gained a and was followed by two sequels, 1989 and 1992 , and a remake, also called , released on October 16, 2009. Bondurant, advises her to give Jerry a chance. O'Quinn stars as Henry Morrison, an identity-assuming serial killer who remarries a widow with a teenage daughter. Cutter as he leaves which spooks her out.
He's close to tears as well but doesn't say anything. Michael Harding Penn Badgley returns home from military school to find his mother Susan Sela Ward , happily in love with a man known as David Harris Dylan Walsh. As the police investigate, it is known that another family was murdered in similar fashion in not long ago, which leads them to believe there is a national serial killer on the loose. He becomes increasingly suspicious of the man and wonders if the pleasant exterior hides a sinister side. Blended families in which stepparents and kids have trouble getting along may not necessarily be the best audience for this film, for obvious reasons. What often happens, though, is that in an otherwise flawed film there are a couple of things that are wonderful.
Meanwhile, the brother of the woman Jerry last killed, Jim Ogilvie Stephen Shellen is out to find Jerry by asking a newspaper reporter to print his picture in the local paper. As he heads to it, Kelly sees the light has opened in her house and heads over to warn him by the phone. David leaves for work and as he is driving by, he waves at Mrs. Discovering his stepdaughter, Jerry brushes off his outbursts by saying that he was simply letting off steam. Before he can harm Stephanie, Jerry is shot twice by a still living Susan, who had regained consciousness and retrieved Jim's gun.
Towards the end, Jerry has a slip of the tongue as Susan finds out he hasn't been at work for the last few days. In the basement, Michael eventually discovers his dad's body in a freezer. Then he looks in the freezer and sees the dead body of his father in the freezer and screams. Cutter's tragedy about how it's a shame and David says accidents happen. Sustaining a wound to the arm when Stephanie stabs him with a piece of glass, Jerry follows his stepdaughter into the attic, where he corners her.