Trilogy of Terror Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 4814

Average Rating: 2.7/4

# of Ratings: 32

Theatrical Release Date: 03/04/1975

Language: English

Genre: Horror, Thriller

MPAA Rating: NR

Director: Dan Curtis

Actors: Karen Black, Robert Burton, Jim Storm, John Karlen, George Gaynes, Gregory Harrison

Plot: Three bizarre horror stories all of which star Karen Black in four different roles playing tormented women.

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dukeakasmudge
dukeakasmudge
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Rating of
1/4

Trilogy Of Terror

dukeakasmudge - wrote on 04/30/2016

I've never seen Trilogy Of Terror before & after hearing so much about it, I had to see it for myself.I guess the best thing I can say about it was Karen Black did a good job playing 4 different roles & the thing that amazed me the most was that this was a Made For TV movie.I did not know that until I read it on another website.They definitely don't make Made For TV movies like they use to & Trilogy Of Terror proves it.Other than that, I found Trilogy Of Terror to be mainly boring.The 1st story about the shy college professor & the scheming student who seduces & blackmails her was predictable & boring.The 2nd story about the 2 sisters was about the same, predictable & boring.Last but NOT least & the best of the bunch was the story of the African tribal doll.It was the best & most …

mdtinney
mdtinney
Movie God

Rating of
3/4

Made for TV movie that has become a cult classic!

mdtinney - wrote on 11/13/2009

The always arresting and outstanding B-movie Queen Karen Black displays impressive and exceptional range and skill in this hugely enjoyable three story made-for-TV horror omnibus outing. In the first pretty good tale Black essays the role of a shy college professor who gets seduced and blackmailed by a scheming male student (nicely portrayed by Black's then real-life husband Robert Burton). Black deliciously sinks her teeth into a juicy duel part in the really blah second yarn as both a severely repressed spinster and her shamelessly slutty twin sister, respectively. However, it's in the third, final and most justifiably famous vignette that Black truly shines as a frustrated young woman who's at constant loggerheads with her domineering mother. Said young lady winds up being terrorized …

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