Zuni Fetish Doll
Trilogy of Terror II is a 1996 American made-for-cable television anthology horror film and a sequel to Trilogy of Terror (1975), both directed by Dan Curtis.The film follows the formula of the original, with one female lead (Lysette Anthony) playing parts in …
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I got another one for ya….ever see the “Night Gallery” episode called “The Doll?” Even back then….that doll scared the living crap out of me!
Vintage Snake Dancer Kachina Doll This Vintage Snake Dancer Kachina Doll by Hopi Tom Collateta Sr is wonderful! This rarely seen, diety is considered a popular person of tribal society, who takes
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This is a horror anthology film and the final segment, “Amelia” concerns a woman who receives a Zuni Fetish Doll as a present. The doll itself is unforgettable, with wild black hair, razor-sharp teeth and a spear in its hand.
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It seems that even in bad horror films, the “evil doll” character remains an effective scare tactic for most people. One reason may be that many people have a memory (or a repressed memory) of a creepy doll that they saw as a . If demonic dolls give you the heebie-jeebies, you may want to
Corn Maiden kachina doll by Carl Bahnimptewa (Hopi) This kachina doll measures 11 1/2″ tall, including the base. Base circumference measures 13 1/2″ >
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Trilogy of Terror (also known in the United States as Tales of Terror and Terror of the Doll) is a made-for-television anthology horror film, first aired as an ABC Movie of the Week on March 4, 1975.