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Trilogy of Terror (1975)

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NOTE: This commmentary is only available on the August 2006 Dark Sky Films edition.

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Commentary 1: Actor Karen Black and screenwriter William F. Nolan Rating:5.5/10 (2 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by frankasu03 on August 8th, 2012:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Karen Allen is present for all 3 stories in "Trilogy." She is her usual "Odd" self. Most of the anecdotes involve her wardrobe choices and makeup, although she is very insightful when it comes to the 3rd and most famous story, "The Zuni Doll" piece. She takes credit for improvising her phone call with a distant Mother, and suggests it was her idea to don the "Warrior" teeth for the infamous final shot. The Screenwriter is present for the first 2 tracks, as he adapted those from Richard Mathesons' tales. Some insight, but it's scattershot. Lots of Kudos to Director Dan Curtis, but not a ton of detail regarding the shooting of "Trilogy". 5/10 Track. Just skip to the 2 featurettes.
Reviewed by frankasu03 on August 8th, 2012:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Sorry, I meant Karen Black. Not Karen Allen. I Love Marion Ravenwood.