December 12, 2015

There were many horror anthology films made for TV in the 70's, but this segment called "Amelia," starring Karen Black may be the best one of all. It's based on a great Richard Matheson story called "Prey," but was adapted for the Trilogy of Terror horror film.

Jon Niccum, Lawrence Journal-World wrote, "The third segment in this trilogy is arguably the scariest piece ever crafted under the made-for-TV label."

I used Tubechop to edit out the rest of the film, but you can click here and see the whole movie.

Black: There's supposed to be some Zuni hunter's spirit inside of it. And there's a golden chain wrapped around it to keep the spirit from making the doll come to life.

Never buy a doll that advertises that there's a spirit trapped inside of it. Never!

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