Trilogy of Terror

Svengoolie’s “Trilogy of Terror” Throwback

Horror enthusiasts relished a classic scare on Svengoolie last October with “Trilogy of Terror.” The 1975 anthology, known for its iconic Zuni fetish doll segment, marked an unforgettable night as noted by Basement of the Bizarre.

The film owes its chilling allure to the collaborative genius of writer William F. Nolan, author Richard Matheson, who adapted his own short stories, and director Dan Curtis, famed for “Dark Shadows.” This team crafted a horror experience that still captivates and haunts audiences, decades after its initial scream on the small screen.

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