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At the end of The Stepfather (the first film), Terry O'Quinn's character (Jerry) was shot by his wife and stabbed in the chest by his stepdaughter, then fell down a flight of stairs. Stepfather II is operating under the premise that Jerry survived that attack and is now undergoing psychiatric treatment in a mental institution. It is two years later - Jerry is balder and wearing thick glasses...

I assume that you've seen most, if not all, of this series, but Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (aka Friday the 13th: Part IV) is my favorite and well worth revisiting. Creative kills, Corey Feldman, and Crispin Glover are just a few reasons...

Anyone who loves the original Psycho is going to be at least a little hesitant to see something called Psycho II. The idea of creating a sequel to (or remake of) any Hitchcock film seems like a very bad idea - especially during the eighties. Originally, the plan was...