Malevolence (film)

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Directed by Stevan Mena
Produced by Stevan Mena
Written by Stevan Mena
Starring Samantha Dark
Brandon Johnson
Heather Magee
Richard Glover
Courtney Bertolone
Music by Stevan Mena
Cinematography Tsuyoshi Kimoto
Edited by Stevan Mena
Eddie Akmal
Release dates
  • October 13, 2003 (2003-10-13) (Screamfest Horror Film Festival)
  • September 10, 2004 (2004-09-10) (United States)
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $200,000
Box office $127,287

Malevolence is a 2003 film by Stevan Mena.


A woman and her daughter have been kidnapped by a bunch of bank robbers who have decided to stay the night in a house in the middle of nowhere. When the daughter manages to escape to a nearby house, she has no idea that she's just escaped into the house of a serial killing psychopath, putting not only herself but also her mother and the robbers in fatal danger.



On 2 February 2010 Steven Mena announced that he planned a prequel to his film.[1] Bereavement stars Michael Biehn and John Savage as well as Nolan Gerard Funk and Alexandra Daddario.


Malevolence currently has an overall approval rating of 35% on rotten tomatoes as of 31 August 2011. Malevolence won 3 best feature film awards at the 2003 International Film Expo. Director Stevan Mena won in a separate category for best director in the same year.


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