Trilogy of Terror (1975) 1080p YIFY Movie

Trilogy of Terror (1975) 1080p

Trilogy of Terror is a TV movie starring Karen Black, Robert Burton, and John Karlen. Three bizarre horror stories all of which star Karen Black in four different roles playing tormented women.

IMDB: 6.73 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.38G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 72
  • IMDB Rating: 6.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 9

The Synopsis for Trilogy of Terror (1975) 1080p

Three stories interwoven together. The first, about a college student infatuated with his teacher. The second, a paranoid tale of two sisters - one good, the other evil, and the third about an African tribal doll that comes to life and terrorizes a woman in her apartment.


The Director and Players for Trilogy of Terror (1975) 1080p

[Director]Dan Curtis
[Role:]George Gaynes
[Role:]Karen Black
[Role:]Robert Burton
[Role:]John Karlen


The Reviews for Trilogy of Terror (1975) 1080p


Third Segment Makes This Film!Reviewed byAaronCapenBannerVote: 8/10

Trio of stories starring the late Karen Black in three different roles.

First has her playing a shy teacher who is desired by one of her male students, but gets more than he expects from her...OK story is watchable, but not particularly memorable in itself.

Second story about two entirely different sisters(?) is far too predictable, though still not bad, just obvious.

Third tale however is a knockout, and the stuff of legend. Evil African tribal doll is accidentally brought to life by a woman in her apartment, who desperately tries to escape from, then destroy the thing. Does she succeed? Chilling, knock you out of your shoes ending gave children nightmares for years; segment is incredibly suspenseful and tense, a true masterpiece that redeems the whole film. Watch out for that doll!

A slice of TV movie wonderReviewed bydoe-33491Vote: 8/10

Dan Curtis and Richard Matheson pretty much ruled 1970s made for TV horror. But when you throw in Karen Black and a memorable miniature villain, you're left with pure nightmare fuel for 70s kids. Sure, we can endure all sorts of gore and doom now, but on March 4, 1974, the ABC Movie of the Week was about to give you all sorts of bad dreams.

STORY 1: Julie

Chad (Robert Burton, then-husband of the delicious Ms. Black) has it bad for his English teacher, Julie Eldrich (hey, Karen Black is in this, did I mention that?). So much so that just the glimpse of her thigh can make him totally forget all about class and fill his mind with daydreams. His friends don't get it -- his buddy Eddie says she's ugly. But that won't stop Chad, who watches Julie undress through her window before he asks her out to the drive-in.

But Chad's a creep. Instead of just being happy about getting her to go out with him, he drugs her at the drive-in, then checks into a motel and takes all manner of sexually provocative photos of her. Yep. This is a TV movie playing during prime time -- the 70s were nuts.

Chad gets what he wants -- a blackmailed Julie who will do whatever he wants. Until a few weeks later, she announces that the game is over. Julie's been a power bottom all along, setting the whole thing up. ?"Did you really think that dull, little mind of yours could possibly have conceived any of the rather dramatic experiences we've shared? Why do you think you suddenly had the overwhelming desire to see what I looked like under 'all those clothes?' Don't feel bad... I always get bored after a while," she says before poisoning him and setting his darkroom on fire. She adds his obituary to a scrapbook but there's no time to rest. Another suitor has already shown up...

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Karen Black - B-Movie Goddess!!Reviewed byPutzbergerVote: 9/10

Karen Black is too frightening for mainstream cinema. You couldn't watch her in a romantic comedy without wondering whether she's going to kill and devour the male lead. But those freaky crossed eyes and that off-kilter sexuality make her a magnetic screen presence and we're all lucky that she found a handful of directors who were able to use her well without rendering her ridiculous ("Five Easy Pieces" by Rafelson) or shrewish ("Nashville" by Altman). Of all Karen Black's worthy star vehicles (an extremely short list), "Trilogy of Terror" is far and away the standout.

The first two pieces are mildly diverting -- the first, "Julie," has an entirely untelegraphed twist that feels like a cheap trick, so it's the weakest link. Still, it coasts along nicely on its creepy camera angles and Karen's dark-star power, and the last couple of scenes are just unsettling enough to whet your appetite for the delights to come. The second segment, "Millicent/Therese," is some standard mid-70s horror fare, laced with madness and hints of sexual perversity, that would be a "Flowers in the Attic"-style yawn if it weren't for the lovely Karen, who plays warring sisters: prim, evangelical Millicent and slutty, predatory Therese. As Therese, she wears a ridiculous blonde wig and sashays around the set like a drag queen, a fully intended foray into pure camp made even more bizarre by Karen's much more nuanced performance as repressed, mousy little Millie. Slowly you wonder if all of Therese's evil is a figment of . . . well, I don't want to spoil it for you.

Ol' Karen saves the best for last: "Amelia." As played by Karen Black, Amelia is a complex, very modern, very normal woman confronted with an utterly conventional dilemma: does she spend Friday night with her boyfriend or her mother? But this isn't a sitcom starring Valerie Harper, it's a horror movie starring Karen Black and something intensely weird happens -- the Zulu doll she has bought as a present for her boyfriend comes to life and starts chasing her around the apartment! (Sound familiar, "Chuckie" fans?) It sounds ridiculous, and it would be if it weren't for the magnificent Ms. Black. She believes. There is no ironic distance between actress and character, no winking acknowledgment of the absurdity of the situation, no excess of histrionics. Dammit, Karen is being menaced by a vicious, spear-wielding figurine and you are terrified for her! Maybe you could make the argument that the vignette is an attempt to juxtapose the civilized and the savage and to expose our true uncivilized nature. But no. It's an ugly doll attacking a cross-eyed actress. It's silly. It's stupid. It's pure entertainment. If you haven't seen it yet, go get it now.

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