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Eyes of a Stranger

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Product Overview

A reporter protects her disabled sister from a psychopathic killer. From the producers of Friday the 13th comes this terrifying suspense thriller, featuring Love Boat star Lauren Tewes as a newscaster who stalks a brutal killer. A nerve jangling film audiences will never forget. Also starring a young Jennifer Jason Leigh (Single White Female, Rush).


Studio Warner
SKU 205069121
UPC 012569827912
UPC 14 00012569827912
Format DVD
Release Date 9/25/2007
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.78:1
Cast & Crew
Eric L. Bloom - Writer
Jennifer Jason Leigh - Actor
Jessica Sack - Production Designer
John DiSanti - Actor
Ken Wiederhorn - Director
Lauren Tewes - Actor
Mini Rojas - Cinematographer
Peter DuPre - Actor
Red Neinkirchen - Original Music By
Richard Einhorn - Original Music By
Rick Shaine - Editor
Ron Kurz - Writer
Ronald Zerra - Producer
ReviewSource Stomp Tokyo
Review If we told you that this film is a horror movie starring Lauren Tewes (Julie from The Love Boat) and a very young Jennifer Jason Leigh as Tewes' deaf and blind little sister, you'd probably moan a little bit while your eyes rolled into the back of your head. Certainly, when we rented this film for 99 cents, we weren't expecting much...That's why it was a nice surprise to be treated to the supsenseful, above-average horror flick that Eyes of a Stranger turned out to be. While not cinematic history by any means, Eyes is a good piece of entertainment for horror buffs and manages to avoid some of the classic problems that plague the genre...Above all, we were thankful that Eyes of a Stranger managed to give its characters some common sense. Unlike most horror films even today, the protagonists in Eyes know when to hide, when to watch, and most importantly, when to run like hell. No one goes to investigate the strange noise while in full possession of the knowledge that the killer is near, and no one tries to attack the killer when it's not absolutely necessary.
Reviewer Chris Holland & Scott Hamilton
ReviewRating 8
DVD, Widescreen, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled, No Longer Produced
Molly Celaschi, HorrorYearbook ...genuine moments of tension...a feminist's version of Rear Window...
Wooden Spoon's Obscure Horror Movie Reviews Death Wish meets Agatha Christie's Man in the Brown Suit.
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