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A Stranger Is Watching (film)

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Director  Sean S. Cunningham
Adapted from  A Stranger Is Watching
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Language  English
5/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Horror, Thriller
Initial DVD release  October 4, 2005
Country  United States
A Stranger Is Watching (film) movie poster
Release date  January 22, 1982 (1982-01-22)
Based on  A Stranger is Watching  by Mary Higgins Clark
Writer  Mary Higgins Clark (novel), Earl Mac Rauch (screenplay), Victor Miller (screenplay)
Cast  Kate Mulgrew (Sharon Martin), Rip Torn (Artie Taggart), James Naughton (Steve Peterson), Shawn von Schreiber (Julie Peterson), William Hickey (Maxi), James Russo (Ronald Thompson)
Similar movies  Mad Max: Fury Road, Salt, The Loft, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Die Hard, Let's Be Cops
Tagline  Beneath New York's Grand Central Station, a killer can hide, victims can disappear... and a million witnesses will never know it happened.

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A twisted man (Rip Torn) holds a TV newswoman (Kate Mulgrew) and a girl hostage in the bowels of Grand Central Station.

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A Stranger is Watching is a 1982 film directed by Sean S. Cunningham. The screenplay was written by Earl Mac Rauch and Victor Miller, based on the 1977 novel of the same name by Mary Higgins Clark.

Three years after Steve Peterson's wife, Nina, was murdered in front of their 11 year old daughter Julie, she and his new girlfriend Sharon Martin are kidnapped by the same killer, the psychotic Artie Taggart. Imprisoning them in a bunker below Grand Central Station, he throws the police into a race against time to save the girls and catch the killer.

Plot

Three years after Steve Petersons wife, Nina, was murdered in front of their 11-year-old daughter Julie, she and his new girlfriend Sharon Martin are kidnapped by the same killer, the psychotic Artie Taggart. Imprisoning them in a bunker below Grand Central Station, he throws the police into a race against time to save the girls and catch the killer.

Similar Movies

Mary Higgins Clark wrote the story for A Stranger Is Watching and Where Are the Children?. Well Meet Again (2002). Sean S Cunningham directed A Stranger Is Watching and The New Kids. Blood Work (2002). Frenzy (1972).

Critical reception

Allmovie gave the film a mildly favorable review, writing "Sean Cunninghams first post-Friday the 13th film was shrugged off by most critics, but it is better than its reputation might lead one to believe."

References

A Stranger Is Watching (film) Wikipedia
A Stranger Is Watching (film) IMDb A Stranger Is Watching (film) themoviedb.org


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