What Makes Trilogy Of Terror II An Underrated Horror Gem?
I've been immersed in TV lately, as you'll soon see in an upcoming adaptation video and my recent watches. The 2023 season of Creepshow is a blast, and the blend of Mike Flannigan's Succession with a Giallo twist in Fall of the House of Usher is a standout for me this year. It brings back memories of the '90s TV horror resurgence, reminiscent of the golden age (though I reserve that title for the '70s). The '90s offered a plethora, from Stephen King adaptations to timeless shows like Tales From The Crypt and The X-Files. TV horror owes a lot to Dan Curtis, and while his 1975 Trilogy of Terror is iconic, its sequel, 21 years later, stands as a true Black Sheep in the realm of TV terror.