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STEPMONSTER box art.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Jeremy Stanford
Produced by Roger Corman (Executive Producer)
Alba Francesca
Steven Rabiner
Starring Alan Thicke
George Gaynes
Ami Dolenz
Corey Feldman
Edie McClurg
John Astin
Music by Terry Plumeri
Cinematography Wally Pfister
Distributed by Concorde Pictures / New Concorde Home Entertainment
Release date
February 24, 1993
Running time
85 min
Country United States USA
Language English

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.[1]


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.[2]


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