Stricken (2010 film)

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Directed by Matthew Sconce
Produced by Matthew Sconce
Gary Sconce
Written by Matthew Sconce
Starring Stephanie French
David Fine
Music by James Mierkey
Cinematography Matthew Sconce
Edited by Matthew Sconce
Distributed by Seeking Distribution
Release date
  • June 25, 2010 (2010-06-25)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget 1 million

Stricken is an American film that premiered on June 25, 2010,[1] It was directed and written by Matthew Sconce, the movie starred Stephanie French and David Fine of Rent, Sweet November, The Pursuit of Happiness, and many other films. It is based on the short film of the same name that won Best Sound Design at the Action On Film Festival in 2007, and its screenplay won Best Adapted Screenplay in 2008.[2]


After her mother's death and her father's brutal suicide, 25-year-old Sarah Black fears she is losing her grip on reality. She is haunted by nightmares and terrifying visions, and she cannot shake the feeling that something evil is about to find her. When people she cares about start to die, Sarah believes she may be next. Detective Scott Aro has been investigating a string of murders for 10 years, but nothing he has seen can prepare him for what lies ahead. As hope seems lost, the two must face the evil that has been unleashed and battle to stay alive as they discover some things will not stay dead....[3]


  • Stephanie French as Sarah Black
  • David Fine as Detective Scott Aro
  • Christina L. Tellifson - Jenny Hansen
  • Fragino M. Arola - James
  • Brett Gipson - Mike
  • Heidi Harian - Waitress Joyce
  • Ryan Kos - Martin Black
  • Taigtus Woods - Funeral Goers
  • Master Dave Johnson - Detective Rich
  • Heather Sconce - Trinket


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