He heads back to the house, and Michael and Kelly are hanging out by the pool and Sean is playing video games with the music blasting. He charms her, and six months later, they are engaged to be married. David leaves for work and as he is driving by, he waves at Mrs. As the two men get to know each other, Michael becomes more and more suspicious of the man who is always there with a helpful hand. . He continued his efforts to find the perfect family, murdering anyone who got in his way or tried to dig too deeply into his past, before finally meeting his gruesome end in a woodchipper. Later on she invites him out for pizza with her kids and as he gracefully accepts.
When he has that lined up, he murders this family. Joseph Danvers, who the Stepfather found intensely interesting and sought to emulate. As Hodgekins, he took off his toupee to show off his receding hairline, wore glasses and a false mustache. If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. He goes into the kitchen where he puts toast into the toaster, and grabs some coffee.
Exactly what happened isn't known, but things went wrong and the Stepfather murdered the entire family and left. He is a serial killer who is obsessed with extremely conservative family values, and his M. She tells Leah that she left a voice message for Jay, and hopes that Susan won't be mad at her, but will leave her a message too about her suspicion and David's avoidance about this paperwork. This ticks off David, yet he doesn't let it show and asks Susan just how reliable this woman is. He touches them and is told in a very firm voice by David, that those are his, yet Michael can take any other ones, and David reveals that he's a carpenter wannabe and is experimenting with building things. The killer has his routine down to a science: find a harried single mother in a public place, utter a few witticisms, pretend to be a widower, imitate all the hallmarks of an ideal courtship, and quickly take over the role of father and husband. At dinner time he barely says a word, and the doorbell rings and it's their dad, Jon Tenney Jay Harding, and he greets his kids as they head to the car and talks to Susan about his arrangement with the kids and they argue a bit.
Losing his temper, he attacked Carol, who was saved by her son Todd, and the Stepfather was badly injured yet again when the claw end of a hammer was buried in his chest. He's one of those guys with a bland smile and a voice so nice and sweet that right away you know he's twisted. Susan heads into the bathroom and slashes David in the throat with a piece of glass that David throws at her. Then Michael grabs David and they go through onto the roof outside, and both of them topple over onto the ground. As soon as his new family members show signs of being human and not robots who will march unquestioningly to his tune, his dreams of domestic bliss begin to crumble, and he kills them. Confronting Jerry when he returns home, Susan is told by Jerry that there must have been a mix-up. Jay shows up at the door and apologizes to David for his behavior and tells him he's heading to the airport and wants to say goodbye to his kids.
Parents need to know that this tense thriller which was in 2009 includes brief but bloody, brutal violence -- characters are beaten to death, knifed, and shot. Michael heads home with Kelly in tow in the car and he tells her of his suspicion, and tells her he's going to check things out in the basement and if she sees any light on in the house to warn him, as he has his phone on vibrate. Jerry's relationship with Susan's 16-year-old daughter, Stephanie, is strained. As the police investigate, it is known that another family was murdered in similar fashion in not long ago, which leads them to believe there is a national serial killer on the loose. He tells her he can't take it anymore and wanted her to be Mrs. It is shown that the bodies of the woman, and her three children have been found, and the father of the children was devastated upon learning about his children's death, and especially in that way and that their stepfather is nowhere to be found. And as he's taking all the news in, Michael is in shock and it changes to another scene, in a store, a woman and her two boys.
Dougie Molloy is a widower, whose daughter disappeared three years ago. She writes a letter to the newspaper requesting a photo of Henry Morrison, but Jerry finds the photo in the mail and replaces it with a stranger's photo, allaying her suspicions. A young teenage girl Amber Heard named Kelly Porter is picking up her boyfriend Penn Badgley Michael Harding from somewhere, and as they're in the car talking, she's going on about how he's a great guy, and he's not all that impressed. It later shows him showering, and then as he wipes the mirror off, he cuts off the hair on his beard and shaves. He turns around as David smashes Jay's face in with a crystal vase and Jay crashes to the floor.
He first kills Jim, who shows up again at the house, this time with a revolver. While Michael's girlfriend, Kelly , tries to get him to focus on college applications, he grows more obsessed with the contradictions in David's stories. Although he has done this numerous times prior to the events of the first film, the Stepfather's first noteworthy alias was Henry Morrison. Unsourced material may be challenged and. He holds her cat and heads down the stairs and holds her mouth so she can't breathe until she dies. Discovering his stepdaughter, Jerry brushes off his outbursts by saying that he was simply letting off steam.
As she goes back inside, she sees her cat acting wildly and goes to see what's wrong. He makes his way by grabbing his things downstairs, as it shows family pictures of him with the children, and his wife. And Michael and Sean are playing video games. As this is being played out, the stepfather is seen as he goes from one place to another, changing cars, and places and he heads into a town, in where he is at a grocery store. Realizing his Jerry Blake persona was quickly in danger of falling to pieces, the Stepfather hurriedly began setting up a new life as a man named Bill Hodgekins, and even started dating a single woman named Dorothy Rinehard while still married to Susan. He has a knack for convincing women to marry him, but children see him with clearer eyes, and know there's something wrong.
Sustaining a wound to the arm when Stephanie stabs him with a piece of glass, Jerry follows his stepdaughter into the attic, where he corners her. Then Michael grabs David and they go through onto the roof outside, and both of them topple over onto the ground. The next day, Jerry informs Stephanie of Bondurant's death in an apparent car accident and succeeds in bonding with the mournful Stephanie. They talk a bit, and Michael seems suspicious of him even upon first meeting him and is not sure what he thinks of him. Stephanie began suspecting her stepfather was the notorious Henry Morrison, and confided in her psychiatrist Dr.