Visiting Hours
Directed By
Jean-Claude Lord
Produced By
Victor Solnicki
Claude Héroux
Pierre David
Written By
Brain Taggert
Music By
Jonathan Goldsmith
René Verzier
Editing By
Jean-Claude Lord

Visiting Hours (also known as Get Well Soon and The Fright) is a 1982 slasher film directed by Jean-Claude Lord and starring Michael Ironside, Lee Grnt, Lida Purl, William Shatner and Lenore Zann. The plot focuses on a feminist journalist who becomes the target of a serial killer who follows her to the hospital after attacking her in her home.

Plot Edit

Deborah Balli (Grant), a feminist activst, inspires the wrath of misogynistic psychopath and serial killer Colt Hawker (Ironside) on a TV talk show. He attacks her, but she survives and is sent to County General Hospital.

Hawker begins stalking her. Deborah befriends nurse Sheila Munroe (Purl), who admires her devotion to women's rights Hawker murders an elderly patient and a nurse. He overhears Shelia's opinions on Deborah and "that bastard" who attacked her. Hawker decides to focus his attention on Sheila, stalking her and her children at home.  

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