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Summer of Fear (1996 film)

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Written by  John Gay
Music by  Mark Snow
Directed by  Mike Robe
Country of origin  United States
Based on  Simon Says novel by Gloria Murphy
Starring  Gregory Harrison Glynnis O'Connor Lee Garlington David Gallagher Corin Nemec

Summer of Fear is a 1996 American made-for-television psychological thriller film starring Gregory Harrison, Glynnis O'Connor, Lee Garlington and Corin Nemec which premiered on CBS on April 3, 1996. It was written by John Gay and based on the novel Simon Says by Gloria Murphy.

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Plot

Lucas Marshall (Gregory Harrison) is a corporate executive who has inherited a summer cottage from his deceased aunt and decides to bring his family there for a summer vacation. En route to the cottage, the Marshalls encounter two evil men who attack the family only to be rescued by Simon (Corin Nemec), a 19-year-old mysterious drifter. Lucas then makes the fatal mistake of welcoming Simon into his family home.

Soon, Simon begins to play psychological games with the family, and Lucas becomes concerned as the young man forces his way into the family by becoming a role model to their son Zack (David Gallagher). Although Simon seems like a good-natured person, Lucas has bad feelings about him and fears that Simon may harbor a dark secret.

Cast

  • Gregory Harrison as Lucas Marshall
  • Glynnis O'Connor as 'Cat' Marshall
  • Lee Garlington as Winnie
  • David Gallagher as Zack
  • Natalie Shaw as Haley
  • Tom Nowicki as Cooper
  • David Jaynes as Earl
  • Mike Pniewski as Warren
  • Production

    Summer of Fear was shot entirely on location in Jacksonville, Florida from January 22 to February 14, 1996.

    Home video release

    Summer of Fear was released on DVD by Platinum Disc on March 8, 2007.

    References

    Summer of Fear (1996 film) Wikipedia


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