Susan enters and asks him what's going on, and why is he shouting. When he has that lined up, he murders this family. Stephanie began suspecting her stepfather was the notorious Henry Morrison, and confided in her psychiatrist Dr. As she is sound asleep, he's wide-awake looking up at the ceiling, and it is shown in the bathroom his tools killing tools maybe? In the aftermath, Jerry is stabbed in the chest by Stephanie, with his own knife. Then David shows up and Michael and Kelly and Susan head up to the attic, David chases them up, and they're screaming for help, and he tells them the boards are loose and Kelly grabs a jigsaw and tries to throw it on David, and Michael is screaming no and falls through the crack board, and then Kelly and Susan fall through the roof, and David looks down on them.
As the girl's suspicions grow, a relative of Morrison's past victims picks up the trail of the deadly stepfather. He turns on the radio to play Silent Night, and you can see by the decorations around, and the song that it's around Christmas time, or even on Christmas day, morning preferably or the day afterwards. This ticks off David, yet he doesn't let it show and asks Susan just how reliable this woman is. David clubs him with a vase and suffocates him with a plastic bag. He tells Susan he wants to work somewhere else, as it's not working out for him in real estate, despite being a natural at selling houses. 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. 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.
Sean is still fearful of what David might do about the noise in the game, yet Michael tells him it's cool. It's Susan who asks him if Jay showed up, as he said he would to say goodbye to the kids. While explaining himself to Susan, Jerry confuses his Jerry Blake identity with the new Bill Hoskins one he had crafted and bashes Susan with the phone before knocking her down the basement stairs after she realizes Stephanie was right about Jerry. David leaves for work and as he is driving by, he waves at Mrs. Discovering his stepdaughter's presence, Jerry brushes off his outbursts by saying he was simply letting off some accumulated stress. Michael heads downstairs and he and his mom talk as she prepares him breakfast.
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. . He leaves and gets into his car. Then he alters his appearance, assumes a new identity, and skips to another town to begin the deadly ritual all over again. Bondurant looked into Jerry's past and started becoming suspicious as well, prompting the Stepfather to beat him to death with a wooden plank in a house he was selling. They share a drink, of some stash of alcohol that David has hidden.
Do the different types of violence have different impact? He is a serial killer who is obsessed with extremely conservative family values, and his M. Jackie is still suspicious of David and tells her girlfriend Leah about it, and tells her she can't wait to see her, and is heading out. Is this movie guilty of that, or is it just trying to be clever suspense? Then Michael grabs David and they go through onto the roof outside, and both of them topple over onto the ground. David is at work and Paige Turco Jackie Kerns, tells him that he needs to file out his paperwork so she can stop paying him under the table and he can get paid. Before he can harm Stephanie, Jerry is shot twice by a still living Susan, who had regained consciousness and retrieved Jim's gun. A few subtle clues are given during a few of his rants to himself when he's alone or thinks he is , suggesting he was the victim of an abusive father.
He heads into the yard and breaks the window to get into the basement. David holds Jay down, then as he hears them go back to their game, drags Jay down the stairs, as he attempts to suffocate Jay by putting a plastic bag over his head. He tells her he will when he has time, yet he has to pick up the kids from the dentist, and is making up a lot of excuses to avoid it. Bondurant makes an appointment with Jerry under an assumed name, saying he wants to buy a house. Three years later, Dougie falls in love with divorcee Maggie Shields but has a difficult relationship with her daughter, Scarlett. Jerry refuses to answer the phone, having Susan tell the doctor that he is out.
Michael is obsessed with David's stories and Kelly leaves. Michael and Kelly are in the back in the pool area trying to fill out some college applications and he's talking about his suspicions again, and they go into the pool to swim and make out. The stepfather introduces himself as Daniel Harris. The famously disturbing opening scene depicts the aftermath of a mass murder, with dead bodies of children especially prominent. She chases her two boys somewhere, and she meets a man. She's screaming and Michael is down in the basement screaming to get out, and he does and grabs Kelly and she sobs and they head up. Cutter upon coming home, and later on her doorbell rings and as she goes to answer it, there's no one there.
He's handy around the house. She needs his photo I. Then he heads over to Jackie's place and drowns her in her pool. Susan feels bad for saying horrible things about Mrs. His mom Susan asks him to turn it down twice, yet he keeps playing it real loud. Jerry's newfound relationship with his stepdaughter is quickly cut short when he catches Stephanie kissing her boyfriend named Paul Baker, who is also the family friend of the Maines before Jerry came.