Jennifer (1978)

35mm film, colour, 1.85:1
mono, English

An American horror film directed by Brice Mack.

Plot Summary

Jennifer is bullied at her private school and takes her revenge on her tormentors using her psychic control over .


Directed by: Brice Mack
American International Pictures
Produced by: Steve Krantz
Written by: Kay Cousins Johnson
Based on a Story by: Steve Krantz
Director of Photography: Irv Goodnoff
Editor: Duane Hartzell
Sound Mixer: Bill Nelson
Make-up: Ron Walters
Hair Stylist: Allen Payne
Special Effects: Charles Nixon, R. Bruce Steinheimer
Production Designer: Tom Rasmussen

Lisa Pelikan (Jennifer Baylor)
Bert Convy (Jeff Reed)
Nina Foch (Mrs Calley)
Amy Johnston (Sandra Tremayne)
John Gavin (Senator Tremayne)
Jeff Corey (Luke Baylor)
Louise Hoven (Jane Delano)
Ray Underwood (Dayton Powell)
Wesley Eure (Pit Lassiter)
Florida Friebus (Miss Tooker)
Georganne LaPiere (Dee Dee Martin)
Sally Pansing (Brenda)
Leslie E. King (Tammy)
Ruth Cox (Nancy)
Lillian Randolph (Martha)
Randy T. Williams (Bill)
Domingo Ambriz (Jose)
Kimberley Eilbacher (Jennifer as child)

Alternative Titles

Constrictor – French video title
Horrible carnage – French title
Jennifer – paholaisen enkeli – Finnish title
Jennifer Power – Filipino title
Jennifer the Snake Goddess


Video Watchdog no.183 (May/June 2016) pp.10-11 – illustrated review (Chris Herzog)

American International Pictures: A Comprehensive Filmography by Rob Craig  pp.216-217
American International Pictures: A Filmography by Robert L. Ottoson pp.315-316 – credits, synopsis, review
Educational Institutions in Horror Film: A History of Mad Professors, Student Bodies, and Final Exams by Andrew L. Grunzke pp.100-101, 186, 189
Faster and Furiouser: The Revised and Fattened Fable of American International Pictures by Mark Thomas McGee p.314
Horror and Science Fiction Films II by Donald C. Willis p.205
Horror Films of the 1970s by John Kenneth Muir pp.556-558 – credits, synopsis, review
Rock ‘n' Roll Monsters: The American International Story by Bruce G. Hallenbeck pp.271; 294