The Norliss Tapes 2006 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Before THE X FILES, There Was THE NORLISS TAPES From Dan Curtis Of DARK SHADOWS, TRILOGY OF TERROR & THE NIGHT STALKER Roy Thinnes stars as David Norliss, an investigative reporter writing a book exposing supernatural hoaxes and paranormal phenomena. But after a frightened phone call to his publisher, Norliss disappears leaving only a stack of cassettes on which he’s dictated his strange findings. When a wealthy widow (Angie Dickinson) is attacked by the crazed corpse of her recently deceased husband, Norliss discovers a horrific case of empty crypts, blood-drained corpses and occult violence. What is the significance of an ancient Egyptian scarab? Who is completing a bizarre sculpture in the dead man’s studio? And what has happened to David himself? The terrifying answers – and shocking truth – may lay hidden in THE NORLISS TAPES. Vonetta McGee (BLACULA) and Claude Akins co-star in this landmark pilot produced and directed by Dan Curtis (DARK SHADOWS, THE NIGHT STALKER) and written by William F. Nolan (LOGAN’S RUN, BURNT OFFERINGS) that fans still call one of the most frightening made-for-TV movies of the decade.