Evil Eyes

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This article is about the 2004 film. For other uses, see Evil eye (disambiguation).
Evil Eyes
Directed by Mark Atkins
Written by Naomi Selfman
Starring Adam Baldwin
Jennifer Gates
Udo Kier
Mark Sheppard
Kristin Loren
Jason David
Distributed by The Asylum
Release date(s) 2004
Running time 88 mins.
Country United States
Language English
Budget 1.000.000 $

Evil Eyes is a 2004 direct-to-DVD horror film produced by The Asylum, directed by Mark Atkins, and starring Adam Baldwin.

Plot[edit]

The film centres on Jeff Stenn (Adam Baldwin), a successful writer who is happily married to his wife, Tree (Jennifer Gates). Jeff, due to a shortage of money, accepts a job to write a screenplay about a real-life homicide that happened 35 years earlier. A seemingly psychotic director (Udo Kier) who believed that creativity had unleashed dark forces, killed his pregnant wife and in-laws for no apparent reason before committing suicide.

As Jeff continues to work on the screenplay, several accidents occur around him that directly mirror events in his script. Jeff begins to think that his writing has the power to affect reality, and must question whether finishing the script will bring about the death of his own family.

Main cast[edit]

  • Adam Baldwin - Jeff Stenn
  • Jennifer Gates - Tree Stenn
  • Udo Kier - George
  • Mark Sheppard - Peter
  • Kristin Lorenz - Nina
  • Peta Johnson - Marilyn
  • Eric Casselton - Gramm
  • Lanre Idewu - Bryce
  • Lee Anne Moore - Mrs. Marsh
  • Ronald Rezac - Tree's father
  • Julie Dickens - Claudia
  • Jason David - Greg
  • Byron James- Bob
  • Elizabeth Uhl - Judy
  • Mirjam Novak - Camille

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