Trilogy of Terror [Blu-ray]

BRAND NEW 4K RESTORATION! Legendary producer/director Dan Curtis (The Night Stalker, The Night Strangler) teams up with renowned sci-fi/horror writers Richard Matheson (I Am Legend) and William F. Nolan (Logan’s Run) to present three tales of horrific suspense in this highly rated and critically acclaimed made-for-television anthology that also showcases the tremendous acting talent of Karen Black (Burnt Offerings, The Day of the Locust), who plays four distinct roles. In Julie, an aggressive college student seduces and ultimately blackmails his seemingly shy English professor; in Millicent and Therese, two polar-opposite sisters become increasingly hell-bent on the undoing of one another; and in Amelia, a woman falls prey to a murderous Zuni fetish doll. The strong supporting cast includes George Gaynes (Tootsie), John Karlen (Daughters of Darkness) and Gregory Harrison (TV’s Trapper John, M.D.).

Special Features:
-Brand New 4K Restoration
-NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Richard Harland Smith
-NEW Interview with Composer Bob Cobert
-Audio Commentary with Karen Black and writer William F. Nolan
-“Richard Matheson: Terror Scribe” Featurette
-“Three Colors Black” Featurette
-Limited Edition Booklet essay by Film critic and author Simon Abrams
-Newly Commissioned Art by Jacob Phillips
-Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase

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3 thoughts on “Trilogy of Terror [Blu-ray]

  1. It’s a good, old-fashioned scary movie and Karen Black was great

  2. Needs more Zuni dolls He Who Kills deserves his own movie. Seriously that little bugger is scary as hell (I think that in the sequel he was voiced by the guy who voiced Invader Zim but I don’t know)! If that Annabelle doll got her own movie so does he. Somebody please make that a movie please. The other two stories were okay, not as great as the third movie but okay. That guy Chad from the first story definitely got what he deserved. I hope for a Trilogy of Terror 3 and,of course, the Zuni doll movie. Please,…

  3. Karen effin Black saw this on TV when I was five, had to watch my sister’s TV, that it was on, from the other end of my parent’s room which was on the other side of the house (but with all the doors open, could still see my sister’s tube); even from like fifteen yards away, the doll’s menacing “being”, radical face, and relentless behavior blew me away for months and years post……….the 2nd life disturbing horror movie that my innocent life of a lamb was affected by, after my first: “It’s…

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