Stepfather II

Synopsis: The Stepfather escapes an insane asylum and winds up in another town, this time impersonating a marriage counselor. Now he seems to have found the perfect future wife, with a stepson who loves him. However, other people try to get in his way to marry her. They are interfering! One by one the Stepfather eliminates anyone who stands in his way to a perfect family.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Jeff Burr
Production: ITC Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

(Children laugh)

(Door closes)

Honey l'm home

Hi, honey. Good day at the office?

Ah, the usual.

Say what's for dinner ?

l've made your favourie -

pot roast and apple pie

Why don 't they just leave me alone?

All we need is a litle order around here!

Order !

( Crash)

We're gonna keep this family together

You had better believe i

Wait a minute.

Who am I here?


- Argh!

Thank you , honey.


Stop it!

l love you .

(Thunderclap )

(Thunderclap )

(Thunderclap )

(Thunder crashes)

all inmates proceed

to indiviual therapy sessions

Time to see the new shrink, Bad Daddy.

An hour with him then you're mine again .

ln there.

avo a ssoat, wo nn't yo uu??

Excuse the mess here. Dr Winington

has returned to his private practice.

l'm Dr Joseph Danvers.

Call me Joe.

Let's get some things out in the open ,

know what we're dealing with.

Want to tell me something about yourself?

What's to tell?


lt says here...

Jerry and Susan Blake

were according to neighbours and friends

the ieal happy couple That is

until Jerry brutally attacked Susan

and her daughter

murdered James Ogilvie

and just a year earlier

Henry Morrison walked out on his family

Jerry Blake Henry Morrison

and before them Bill Krieger

What kind of man changes names

like other people change their clothes

and then marries into fatherless families?

And how can such a man

be a loving father

and a devoted husband

right up until the time

he decides to calmly wipe that family

off the face of this planet hm ?

Probably just a man .

A man with the same dreams and desires

as me or him.

A man who wanted all the things

everyone else does -

home and hearth...

..but who got twisted

and turned along the way

What would you do with a man like that?

l'd help him.

l'd reach out to him,

tell him to trust me.

l'd say to him

that everyone is entitled to their feelings.

Could he trust you?

Yes, Jerry,

just as much as l trust him.

Remove this man 's handcuffs.

Doc, that ain 't no man sitting there.

lt's a fucking animal.

Just do it.

t'ss OK , Je rrry

l don 't smoke.


- Where do your thoughts take you?

- Retty

Who's Retty?

My dog.

l got him when l was nine years old.

He was my best friend

- He was your best friend, this Retty?

- For a while

What happened?

(Clears throat)

mno rro wass a accident, kinda.

Di Retty do something bad?

Did you punish Retty?

- (Whimpers)

- Jerry?


- l thought we were gonna trust each other.

- l know.

You're the only one l can trust.


would you wait outside?

Maybe you being new an ' all

you're not up on the policy here, doc.

mma mko po cy nnow ,

so just leave, please.

Fuckin ' shrinks.

(Circular saw whines)

So, where do your thoughts take you , Joe?

lt's beautifully crafted.

More than that.

lt's much more.

- What's that?

- lt answers your question

of why would a man murder one family

and then marry into another, time and again .

Wait. Wait a minute.

- Wait.

- Wait.

You see, Joe...

The eternal optimist

believes that he can fix whatever's broken .

So he just keeps on trying.

Wait outside, Smith.

That is good. That is very good.

This'll just take a minute.




- Yeah, yeah.

What is it this time?

Dec ??

(Muffled screams)

(Bird chirps)

Smih get me

some quarters on the way up

- (Whistles Camptown Races)

- Smih ?

Smih you asleep again ?


- Christ we got an escape down here

- Oh man !

Jesus! We got men dead down here

in Danvers' office


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