Angel Eyes (1993) Movie Details

Angel Eyes
Angel Eyes
Gary Graver
Chuck Cirino
1 hr 24 mins
Rating: 4.5/10 from 168 users

Angel Eyes Movie Cast

Erik Estrada
as Johnny Ventura
John Phillip Law
as Steven Fox
Monique Gabrielle
Monique Gabrielle as Angel
Raven as Michelle
John Coleman
John Coleman as Nick
Hoke Howell
as Jerry
Richard Harrison
as Vince
Suzanne Ager
as Nurse Stewart
Martin Nicholas
as Dr. Allen
Paula Revee
Paula Revee as Julie
Fred Olen Ray
Fred Olen Ray as Eddie
Robert Quarry
as Murray (as Darius Beiderbeck)

Angel Eyes Crew List

Director : Gary Graver
Writer : Gary Graver
Original Music Composer :
Producer : Steve Armogida , Jeffrey B. Mallian
Executive Producer : Fred Olen Ray , Victoria Till

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Angel is a disturbed teen who becomes obsessed with her nice stepfather Steven. After her mother dies under unusual circumstances, Angel is sent to an institution. Years later, she is let out and tracks down her dear step-dad who now lives with his new girlfriend Michelle. He is technically her only kin so he takes her in, but his girlfriend doesn't like Angel one bit. Angel's obsession with her "dad" is as strong as ever and she fantasizes about seducing him. After spying on him and his girlfriend having passionate sex, she begins playing a deadly game and even tries to seduce his hostile girlfriend. However, Steven has a more immediate and obvious problem - a drug dealer called Johnny Ventura.

Angel Eyes

Angel Eyes is a 1993 English Film stars Erik Estrada , Gary Graver , Gary Graver , Chuck Cirino , Steve Armogida , Jeffrey B. Mallian , Fred Olen Ray , Victoria Till , John Phillip Law , Monique Gabrielle , Raven , John Coleman , Hoke Howell , Richard Harrison , Suzanne Ager , Martin Nicholas , Sazzy Lee Calhoun , Paula Revee , Fred Olen Ray , Robert Quarry , directed by Gary Graver & music by Chuck Cirino.