Trilogy of Terror (2006) Movie Review

Trilogy of Terror (2006)

2006 Short, Documentary

User Score: 63/100

Legendary producer / director Dan Curtis (DARK SHADOWS, THE NIGHT STALKER) teams up with writers Richard Matheson (I AM LEGEND, THE TWILIGHT ZONE) and William F. Nolan (LOGAN’S RUN, BURNT OFFERINGS) to present three tales of horrific suspense in this made-for-television anthology that also showcases the tremendous acting talent of Karen Black (FIVE EASY PIECES, THE DAY OF THE LOCUST), who plays no less than 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.


About Trilogy of Terror (2006)

Title: Trilogy of Terror
Year: 2006
Starring: Richard Matheson
Director: David Gregory
Reviewer:
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3.1/5 stars from 8 users. Votes: 8.
Genre: Short, Documentary

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