TV Movie | PG-13 | | Horror, Thriller
A teenage girl's life is turned upside down after her cousin moves into her house, and as time goes by, she begins to suspect that she may be a practitioner of witchcraft.
As Wes Craven notes on the DVD commentary, this was Linda Blair's first film after running into some trouble with the law the previous year. It would be her final starring role in a television movie.
Is he your solid feller?
Rachel Bryant: I guess so...
L. Blair is neither married nor engaged (e.g. to the guy who the danger stranger 'sister' imposter soon steals from her): yet throughout has a gold band on her left hand third finger.
In the Stranger In Our House (1978) TV-version, there are four extra minutes which were cut out for the VHS release Summer of Fear. Those extra minutes were put back for the Summer of Fear DVD release.