Trilogy of Terror II (Special Edition) (Blu-ray)
Directed by Dan Curtis
Geraint Wyn Davies
Newly Restored in HD! Unleashed in the original classic hit Trilogy of Terror, the demonic Zuni fetish doll carved its way into horror movie history. Now the black-magic headhunter returns to life, headlining this diabolical anthology of fear. The Graveyard Rats – After bumping off her wealthy husband, a money-hungry wife faces an unexpected complication: a cemetery crawling with flesh-eating rodents. Written by Richard Matheson (The Night Stalker) and Henry Kuttner (The Twonky) and directed by Dan Curtis (The Night Strangler). Bobby – Monstrous consequences result when a mother strikes a devilish bargain to bring her drowned son back from the dead. Written by Matheson and directed by Curtis. He Who Kills – When an African Zuni fetish doll is tied to multiple grisly murders, a young scientist investigates… and awakens an unspeakable ancient evil. Written by William F. Nolan (Burnt Offerings) and Dan Curtis and directed by Curtis. Starring Lysette Anthony (Krull), Matt Clark (White Lightning) and Geoffrey Lewis (High Plains Drifter).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Film Historian Troy Howarth
MY DAYS WITH DAN: Interview with Star Lysette Anthony
PRACTICAL MAGIC: The Creature Effects of TRILOGY OF TERROR II with Second Unit Director Eric Allard and Special Makeup Effects Artist Rick Stratton
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