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Season of Fear (1989)

R | | Thriller | 12 May 1989 (USA)
A famous inventor marries a beautiful but much younger woman. His son becomes romantically involved with her.



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Cast overview:
Mick Drummond
Fred Drummond
Clare Wren ...
Sarah Drummond
Ward St. Clair
Heather Jane MacDonald ...
Dean Fortunato ...
Gregory R. Wolf ...
Bartender (as Gregory Wolf)
Susan Cherones ...
Janice Doskey ...
Ranch Woman (as Janice Clare Doskey)
Gannon McClaskey Wise ...
Young Mick
Heino G. Moeller ...
Bar Patron
Chrissy McCarthy ...
Bar Patron
Henry Harris ...
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A famous inventor marries a beautiful but much younger woman. His son becomes romantically involved with her.

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Outstanding "edgy" 1980s thriller
2 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

Michael Bowen plays an innocentish young man who hitchhikes a thousand miles to visit his absentee millionaire father (the creepy Ray Wise) at a sprawling, windmill-powered ranch and ends up tangled in the dangerous web of his young, scheming and seductive stepmother from hell (the yummy Clare Wren), thus causing trouble for the already dysfunctional family. An edgy, stylish and exciting drama that received no promotion and was sent straight to VHS and cable TV--where I first saw it. It is beautifully written, smartly acted, and tightly directed from a script that keeps you biting your nails. I cannot believe the reviewers who disliked it ever actually saw it. It is an undiscovered classic.

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