Halloween Countdown, Day 114🎃🎃🎃
Trilogy of Terror
Directed by Dan Curtis
A classic horror anthology that tells three separate tales of tormented women. In the first story, Julie Eldridge is a repressed college teacher who is blackmailed by one of her students for a past indiscretion in which she played an unwilling part. But the student is unaware that Julie plots to turn the tables on him the first chance she gets. In the second story, Millicent Larimore is a plain looking, almost reclusive woman with lives with her amoral twin sister Therese whom delights in tormenting her. However, only their doctor who visits from time to time knows the real thing behind the scene. In the final story, Amelia in a solo horror story monologue is a Mother-dominated woman who buys an African Zuni fetish doll for her latest boyfriend in which the doll comes to life and terrorizes her in her own apartment.
You want horror? You want horror trilogy? Well, after you go watch Creepshow, the only horror trilogy movie you need, come hang with us in the trailer park podcasting station. We have a double feature of WTF on tap. First up is the TV horror movie "Trilogy of Terror" from 1975 with Karen Black doing all the heavy lifting followed by the mid 80s bloody, Flashdance cluster bomb "Night Train to Terror". We rage on music, Joe entering a breakdancing competition and all sorts of side rant jibber-jabber. From God and Satan deciding '80s souls fates to the angriest doll ever, these 2 weird trilogy movies pack it in. So grab a bean bag and a creamy cocktail but be warned, we may have slipped a little what-what in your Juicy Juice. #karenblack#zunidoll#tvmovie#dancurtis#nighttraintoterror#richardmoll#horror#1980s#1970s
Finished the massive time travel Barbabas origin arc of Dark Shadows. Dan Curtis is amazing. What an idea, have all the actors play their own ancestors except one who's stuck out of time. If you fancy yourself a writer, you should watch this show, you could learn a lot. #darkshadows#dancurtis
Piccolo ma dignitoso film, poco trascinante sul piano emotivo ma decisamente amplificato su quello visivo. Suoni, luci e ombre ed un unica vera star: la casa. Una dimora fastosa e solitaria, divorata da personaggi fruscianti, dove tutto viene rappresentato alla deriva e dove non sembra esserci alcuna possibilità di salvezza e redenzione. Una ghost story che sente un po' il peso del tempo ma che ancora si può permettere il lusso di regalare qualche sano e sincero brivido. Curtis non si smentisce. La casa delle ombre maledette, 1971.