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Director  Sam Pillsbury
Music director  Michael Hoenig
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Country  United States
5.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Thriller
Cinematography  Daryn Okada
Writer  Duane Poole
Language  English
Release date  March 18, 1994 (1994-03-18)
Cast  Barbara Eden (Jesse Newman), Michael Nouri, David Marciano, Joan Pringle
Related Sam Pillsbury movies  The Scarecrow (1982), Zandalee (1991), Starlight Hotel (1987), Shadows of Desire (1994), Morgans Ferry (2001)

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Eyes of Terror (also known as Visions of Terror and Visions of Murder II) is a 1994 American made-for-television thriller film and a sequel to Visions of Murder (1993) starring Barbara Eden reprising her role as psychic psychologist Dr. Jesse Newman.

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Directed by Sam Pillsbury from a teleplay written by Duane Poole, Eyes of Terror was shot on location in San Jose, California and premiered as part of The NBC Friday Night Mystery on March 18, 1994.

Synopsis

Dr. Jesse Newman (Barbara Eden) is now counselling members of the San Francisco Police Department and assigned to treating David Zaccariah (Michael Nouri), a grieving policeman who lost his partner of ten years in a shootout. Days later, it seems that the case is wrapped up when the perfect suspect is apprehended. But David has inadvertently given the most important clue of all to the person he should have most avoided: Jesse Newman. It's a lucky coin that belonged to his partner, and it triggers a revealing series of psychic visions for Jesse. The visions implicate much more than just the killer; they reveal the sordid habits of San Francisco's business and political elite.

Cast

  • Barbara Eden as Dr. Jesse Newman
  • Michael Nouri as Lt. David Zaccariah
  • Ted Marcoux as Det. Tony Carpelli
  • Missy Crider as Kimberly
  • Joan Pringle as Gwen Singleton
  • Steven Anthony Jones as Capt. Jim Armstrong
  • David Marciano as Kenneth Burch
  • DVD release

    The film was released twice on Region 1 DVD under the title Visions of Terror on November 16, 2006 by Sterling Home Entertainment and March 27, 2012 by Fisher Klingenstein Films.

    References

    Eyes of Terror Wikipedia
    Eyes of Terror IMDb


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