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.

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  • 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 / 3

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

The Most Memorable of the ABC 'Movie of the Week' SeriesReviewed byriverheadestelleVote: 10/10

Well, rather than repeat what has already been said, I feel that this flick still gives me pleasure today. I'm glad it's one of the easier titles to find, compared to so many others which are out-of-circulation or lost.

1975: I was a geeky kid still adjusting to the eastern Long Island town my family recently moved to: Sag Harbor. I just know that the morning after 'Trilogy's' debut in 1975, everyone in my homeroom at Pierson High School was talking about it! I will call this the "Psycho" of the small screen, and it will live in my memory forever!

Ironically enough, I read somewhere that Karen Black was not so keen on doing this movie originally. She only changed her mind when then husband Robert Burton was offered a part too. He played the blackmailing college student in the first (or second?) story. About six or seven years ago, I came across the actual doll --- or a very good replica --- that somebody was selling on Ebay! I wish I jumped all over it. It would have made a great piece of TV memorabilia.

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.

Long live Karen Black!Reviewed byGOWBTWVote: 7/10

Karen Black really stands out in this movie of strange happenings. In "Trilogy of Terror", her personality really shines through. In the segment of "Julie", she may look like someone who is tried to her work. Just to say, don't let that look fool you. One student tried his best to make her a part of a scandal. Somehow, that plan backfires. BeBecause at the end, he ended up being the statistic, not her. In the segment of "Millicent and Therese", you deal with sisters: one's a prude, the other, a wild child. Dealing with family trauma, of course when the real deal is a female version of "Jekyll & Hyde". And the last segment is "Amelia". This one is classic! Here you got a woman with mother issues, after she buys a Zuni fetish doll, she called her. After the hang up, the gold chain falls off, without her knowing it. All of the sudden, the doll comes alive, and attack her savagely. This one tops it all. Made back in the mid 70's, it wasn't all that cheesy. It was simple though. Still not kid friendly. A good way to remember Karen. 3 out of 5 stars.

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