|Directed by||Tibor Takács|
|Produced by||Rafael Eisenman|
|Written by||David Chaskin|
|Music by||Michael Hoenig|
|Edited by||Marcus Manton|
|Distributed by||Trans World Entertainment|
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Second-hand bookstore clerk Virginia Clayton (Jenny Wright) becomes absorbed in the book ‘I, Madman’ by Malcolm Brand (Randall William Cook). In the book, the deranged, deformed Dr. Kessler is obsessed with beautiful actress Anna Templar and kills victims, sewing part of each victim’s face onto his own. But as Virginia continues to read, someone starts to emulate the killings in the book, targeting the people around her.
- Jenny Wright ... Virginia
- Clayton Rohner ... Richard
- Randall William Cook ... Dr. Alan Kessler/ Malcolm Brand
- Stephanie Hodge ... Mona
- Michelle Jordan ... Colette
- Vance Valencia ... Sgt. Navarro
- Mary Baldwin ... Librarian
- Raf Nazario ... Lyle, Hotel Clerk (as Rafael Nazario)
- Bob Frank ... Hotel Manager
- Bruce Wagner ... Pianist
The film premiered in April 1989 and was released theatrically in the United States on October 13, 1989. Media Home Entertainment released it to home video in 1990. MGM released a full frame DVD of the film on August 26, 2003. Scream Factory will release the film for the first time on Blu-ray later in 2015.
|Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films||Saturn Award for Best Actress||Jenny Wright||Nominated|
|Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival||Grand Prize||Tibor Takács||Won|
- The Film Connoisseur: I, Madman (1989)
- "Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films 1991". Retrieved June 6, 2012.
- "Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival 1990". Retrieved June 6, 2012.
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