Originally airing on ABC on January 16, 1973, this sequel to The Night Stalker was just as popular as the original film. Richard Matheson would come back to write, Dan Curtis would produce and direct, and Darren McGavin would be Carl Kolchak again.
While the TV version is only 74 minutes, there was an international version that played theaters at 90 minutes with extra footage added.
This time, Kolchak has been run out of Las Vegas and found his way to Seattle, where fate has put his former editor Vincenzo (Simon Oakland, Psycho, Chanto’s Land) has also ended up. He’s arrived just in time, as a series of exotic dancers have all been strangled and drained of blood. And oh yeah — there are traces of rotting flesh on their necks.
A researcher (Wally Cox, the voice of Underdog) discovers that this isn’t the first time the Emerald…
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