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  • Sarah Goeckner

    I was 5 years old when I saw this...I never forgot it...still think about it... :/

  • Anthony Mascorro

    Creepy VooDoo Doll!

  • Shelia Beasley

    First horror movie I saw...had nightmares about this well into adulthood...."Trilogy of Terror" is a three-part made-for-television horror film, first aired as an ABC Movie of the Week on March 4, 1975. The film was originally a failed pilot for a horror anthology television series. The best segment, hands-down, stars Karen Black as "Amelia" in the story of a woman alone in her high-rise apartment with a rather determined Zuni fetish doll.

  • Amarantha

    The Zuni Fetish doll from 1975 Trilogy of Terror - I love this Karen Black classic!

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