|Sleepstalker - The Sandman's Last Rites|
|Directed by||Turi Meyer|
|Music by||Jim Manzie|
|Distributed by||Prism Entertainment|
Sleepstalker is a 1995 American horror film directed by Turi Meyer and written by Al Septien and Meyer.
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.
Prism Entertainment began pre-production of the film in 1994.
Sleepstalker was released direct-to-video in 1995.
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