Sleepstalker

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Sleepstalker - The Sandman's Last Rites
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Directed by Turi Meyer
Produced by Luigi Cingolani
Brian Patrick O'Toole
Al Septien
Written by Al Septien
Turi Meyer
Starring Michael Harris
Jay Underwood
Kathryn Morris
Michael D. Roberts
Distributed by Prism Entertainment
Release dates
  • March 1996 (1996-03) (U.S.)
Running time
105 minutes
Language English

Sleepstalker is a 1995 horror film written by Al Septien and Turi Meyer.

Plot[edit]

Seventeen years after slaughtering all but one member of a family, "The Sandman (Michael Harris)" is pending execution. Before his execution the jailers allow a minister (Michael D. Roberts) to visit him. The minister is a voodoo priest and an ally of the prisoner which the jailers did not realize. A hex is placed onto The Sandman so when his execution is over his soul can travel to a new body made of sand. The Sandman then plots to kill a young man named Griffin (Jay Underwood), who was the last survivor of the family he attempted to slaughter. The film features Ken Foree in a cameo role as a police detective.

Other details[edit]

  • Origin: USA
  • Premiere dates:
  • Certification: Australia - M, UK - 18, USA - R
  • Contains the song "Sleep Baby Sleep" by Teresa Straley.

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