Just in time for Valentine's Day, the most swoonerific tales of child manipulation, homicidal maniacs, fighting couples, unhappy Midwesterners, toilet seats and Nia Vardalos.
Twenty-two years ago, the world was introduced to Terry O'Quinn. It wasn't his first acting role, but it was the one that would make him a star. The role? The Stepfather. Playing a serial marrier/killer of widows, who takes the place at the head of each ready-to-wear family until the illusion of perfection is inevitably shattered, at which point he slaughters them all and moves on, O'Quinn stood out in the role as a truly disturbed individual. This year, after two sequels (one without O'Quinn), the movie is being remade with Dylan Walsh in the lead role. While we'll reserve total judgment until after we've seen it, we took a look at both actors' resumés to see how they stack up against each other, stepfather to stepfather.