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|Directed by||Jeremy Stanford|
|Produced by||Roger Corman (Executive Producer)
|Music by||Terry Plumeri|
|Distributed by||Concorde Pictures / New Concorde Home Entertainment|
|February 24, 1993|
Stepmonster is a 1993 direct-to-video film starring Alan Thicke, Robin Riker, George Gaynes, Ami Dolenz, Corey Feldman, Edie McClurg, John Astin, and Billy Corben . The comedy/horror film was produced by Roger Corman and directed by Jeremy Stanford.
A young comic book fan named Todd Dougherty is upset of the disappearance of his mother, unsure if she ran off or was kidnapped. Months pass and his father has met a beautiful woman out of nowhere and decides to remarrying. When a series of neighbors turn up dead or missing, Todd suspects his stepmother-to-be and accuses her of being a monster. Everyone dismisses Todd's accusations as the result of an over-active imagination. As the wedding date approaches, it becomes a race against time to reveal the truth before his father ties the knot.
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