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A young girl falls ill, so her father takes her to a faith healer called a Fever Man (David McCallum - Babylon 5 ).
Andrea Thompson is a femme fatale who turns out to be a humanoid Queen Bee: she kills rivals, eats mates and so on. But she's incredibly sexy while doing it.
A lady artist practises her craft in a remote cottage. She is visited by local folklorist Alex Cord ( Genesis II ), who tells her the house was built by a man who was later convicted of witchcraft.
A satanic monster emerges from the basement. Rather than flee, the artist wants to sit down and have a cup of coffee. Luckily, Cord still has the silver-plated sword-cane he carried in Airwolf.
A young girl's father (Frank Gorshin - 1960s Batman ) and mother are taken over by aliens.
This has dated quite a bit, it looks like it was made in 1988.
A male-female dance act is about to break up. She wants to work in movies, while he wants for the two of them to dance together forever.
A female romance novelist has a bad case of writers' block. Then a demon (Chris Noth - Sex in the City) offers her a deal. She can ghost-write his memoirs, and in return he can help her out with wealth and power.
Unfortunately, accepting help from a demon makes you BECOME a demon. And the main problem with demons is their laziness - hence the idea of hiring a ghost-writer rather than just write the book himself!
An aging doctor is an inmate in a psychiatric hospital, where he is cared for by bespectacled doctor Glynis Barber . He plans to transfer his consciousness into a small clay statue of himself.
This is based on a short story by Robert Bloch . It was previously adapted as one of the segments in Asylum , the Amicus Productions horror portmanteau. However, this new version has a different spin on the story.
Rob Morrow ( Northern Exposure ) tries to get revenge on the town witch, La Strega ( Linda Blair ) for the death of his mother. She outsmarts him on every level, but gives him a second chance.
This ep was directed by Lizzie Borden - possibly a pseudonym.
Darren McGavin ( Nightstalker ) is caretaker at an art gallery. A couple of customers drop by, and realise that the portraits resemble missing persons.
This is a version of the old House of Wax cliche, but with a sci-fi twist ...
A seedy Private Investigator on a missing persons case visits a remote motel. He encounters a femme fatale ( Gina Gershon ) and decides to book a room for the night.
The innkeeper has a collection of large jars full of murky liquid and something green that he states is pickles. But be careful if you open a jar …it stains!
A family of immigrants to the USA are actually werewolves. Their son-in-law-to-be drops round for dinner. It's a nice metaphor, although there are crummy jokes.
49 3-01 30/Sep/90 Stressed Environment 50 3-02 07/Oct/90 Murray's Monster 51 3-03 14/Oct/90 Bug House 52 3-04 21/Oct/90 Cellmates 53 3-05 28/Oct/90 Outpost 54 3-06 04/Nov/90 The Hole 55 3-07 11/Nov/90 Small Blessing 56 3-08 18/Nov/90 Shave and a Haircut, Two Bites 57 3-09 25/Nov/90 The Young and the Headless 58 3-10 09/Dec/90 The Waiting Game 59 3-11 09/Dec/90 Sin-Sop 60 3-12 16/Dec/90 A New Woman 61 3-13 23/Dec/90 Malcolm 62 3-14 30/Dec/90 Household Gods 63 3-15 06/Jan/91 The Space-Eaters 64 3-16 13/Jan/91 The Waiting Room 65 3-17 21/Jan/91 Leavings 66 3-18 27/Jan/91 Desirable Alien 67 3-19 03/Feb/91 A Face for Radio 68 3-20 10/Feb/91 Werewolf of Hollywood 69 3-21 17/Feb/91 Talk Nice to Me 70 3-22 24/Feb/91 Hostile Takeover 71 3-23 18/Apr/91 The Maker 72 3-24 26/Apr/91 The Moving Finger