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Deadly Blessing

Poster for Deadly Blessing
Directed by Wes Craven
Produced by William Gilmore,
Patricia Herskovic,
Max A. Keller,
Micheline H. Keller
Written by Glenn M. Benest & Matthew Barr (story and screenplay),
Wes Craven (screenplay)
Starring Maren Jensen,
Sharon Stone,
Susan Buckner,
Jeff East
Music by James Horner
Cinematography Robert C. Jessup
Editing by Richard Bracken
Distributed by United Artists (USA, theatrical),
Embassy Home Entertainment (video)
Release date(s) 1981
Running time 100 min
Country United States
Language English

Deadly Blessing is a horror movie directed by Wes Craven, released in the USA on August 14, 1981.

Synopsis

In the film, strange murders occur in an Amish community. Three young girls from the city, staying at a nearby farm, are besieged by the unseen perpetrator as well. The mad ringleader of the Amish "Hittites" (Ernest Borgnine) accuses the "incubus" as being responsible.

Trivia

  • Ernest Borgnine had previously played an Amish character nearly thirty years ago before this film in Violent Saturday.
  • A real spider was dropped into Sharon Stone's mouth; she initially rejected participating in the scene until it was defanged.
  • Susan Buckner would not appear in show business again until becoming a mob member on 1 vs 100 in 2007.

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