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See also Jennifer for a complete list of references to clarify differences between these closely named or closely related articles. The episode was directed by famed Italian genre director Dario Argento and written by actor Steven Weber. The episode is based on a comic story that appeared in Creepy 63, written by Bruce Jones with black and white illustrations by Bernie Wrightson. The episode premiered on the Showtime network on Friday, November 18th The premise of the episode revolves around police officer Frank Spivey, who saves a disfigured young woman named Jenifer from being brutally murdered by a butcher-knife wielding maniac. Frank takes poor Jenifer under his care, but soon develops an intense sexual relationship with the woman.
Directed by horror master Dario Argento, Jenifer is part romance, part nightmare. When Frank Spivey finds and brings home a woman with an incredibly attractive body, there is a definite catch.
She is mute and has a horribly disfigured face. Now it is up to her new suitor to find out who put her in this state.
Jenifer is an interesting entry into the series not only because it's directed by a «master» of the genre by anyone's definition, but it is different in that the screenplay was written by its starring actor. When Frank takes responsibility for the mentally challenged stray and brings her into his home, the wordless Jenifer soon reveals herself to be a creature of indescribable carnal appetites and unspeakable violent depravities which include a kitty-killing, murder of the next-door neighbor, and entrails-eating.
Frank's only option is to take the seductive psychopath to the isolated woods and stop her, once and for all.
Of course, things do not go as planned. Staci Layne Wilson.
Sound Kris Fenske. Camera Attila Szalay. Editor Marshall Harvey.
Composer Claudio Simonetti. Decoration David Fischer. Costume Lyn Kelly. Format HD col.