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This is a reference book about the TV series Kolchak: The Night Stalker, starring Darren McGavin. It includes the 20 episodes that aired 1974-75 as well as the two made-for-TV pilot films. The book includes complete cast listings, numerous photographs, directorial credits, original dates of transmission, and a synopsis of each episode. Chicago INS wire service reporter Carl Kolchak investigated mysterious crimes with unlikely causes, particularly those that law enforcement authorities would not follow up. The cases frequently involved science fiction or supernatural themes including fantastic creatures.
Presents two stories featuring Carl Kolchak, talented newspaper reporter and determined seeker of truth, no matter how bizarre that truth may be.
This tome collects the long-out-of-print first two Kolchak TPB's all in one affordable package! Contains seven complete stories: "The Night Stalker," "Get of Belial," "Fever Pitch," "Mask of Moment," "Pain Most Human," "Pain without Tears," and "Devil in the Details."
Kolchak has three times the usual trouble in store for him! Stay with him as he discovers that there is more than one way terror can strike from within.
Carl Kolchak was TV's first paranormal investigator, albeit a reluctant one. His exploits have been the inspiration for the X-Files and beyond! Kolchak is a talented newspaper reporter who used to handle all of the big stories, but his reputation has taken a few hits over the years as his stories have become more and more strange, surreal, and unknown. He is a relentless truth-seeker, no matter how bizarre that truth may be. The fact that no one believes him, and that his stories rarely get printed anymore, only fuels his desire to get to the beating heart of the matter!
This volume contains 4 stories of TV's first paranormal investigator Carl Kolchak! Thrill again to the story of a vampire in Las Vegas, based on the TV movie that still has one of the highest ratings of all time! (This story was adapted from the screen by Kolchak's creator, writer Jeff Rice.) Then, experience the terror of a small mining town that has unexplained murders. (Adapted from an unfilmed episode of the TV show.) Third, get the chills from horror/mystery novelist extraordinaire Stuart Kaminsky's original Kolchak tale of experiencing your worst fears! Last, but not least, there is an all-new Kolchak tale from X-Files scribe Stefan Petrucha!
This collection reprints the adaptation of the TV movie "The Night Strangler" written by the legendary RICHARD MATHESON, and the three issues of "Kolchak: The Night Stalker Files" comic by Chris Mills. Carl Kolchak doesn't have time for horror movies. His life is scary enough - and now he's between jobs and desperate for a paycheck. But when a young actress goes missing on the set of a low-budget monster flick, he soon discovers that making it big in Hollywood can be murder!!
Look at who has written an original (not seen anywhere else) Kolchak story: (from the book & film field) Max Allan Collins, Stuart M. Kaminsky, Ed Gorman, Elaine Bergstrom, P.N. Elrod, Robert Weinberg, Brett Matthews, C.J. Henderson, Mark Dawidziak. (From the comics field): Peter David, Chuck Dixon, Steven Grant, Mike W. Barr, Gary Phillips, plus many more!
BASED ON TRUE EVENTS... a historic unveiling! Not a dream, not a hoax, not a parallel universe! Two of the most unique investigators of all time try to untangle the same mystery... one hundred years apart from each other! The lawless Wild West; the hidden world of Victorian London; the present-day hell of Hollywood... there... and back again. Follow Holmes' trail of a man who was wrongfully - and willingly - imprisoned, to shocking New World Order anarchy, to a beautiful woman who needs Kolchak to delve into the surreal past, to the shunned man who has the key!
Seedy newspaper reporter Carl Kolchak is assigned the Las Vegas police beat by his boss Tony Vincenzo (Simon Oakland). A series of murders has been plaguing the Glitter Capital; the victims, all beautiful showgirls, have had the blood drained from their bodies. Kolchak can't understand why the authorities are so uncooperative as he probes the case. Nor can he believe the evidence he's gleaned on his own: There can't possibly be a Dracula-like vampire stalking Las Vegas, or can there?
After the Stoker Award nominated success of the Kolchak Chronicles (and its various printings), we have a brand new collection of original creepy-thriller Kolchak prose short stories! Again, we have culled the best and the brightest among horror/mystery novelists and comic writers! So listen in as Kolchak relays some of his most spine-tingling cases about voodoo, myths, ghost towns, time conundrums, Vikings, haunted amusement parks, pirates, big fish and some startling revelations about Kolchak's past!
Two famous detectives attempt to solve the same mystery-- 100 years apart from each other. The lawless wild West, the hidden world of Victorian London, the present day hell of Hollywood-- there, and back again-- one of the strangest stories ever told.
In 1972, Jeff Rice's novel The Night Stalker introduced Carl Kolchak to the world. This spine-tingling novel of supernatural terror became an instant bestseller and served as the basis for the film of the same name, starring Darren McGavin and adapted by legendary Twilight Zone screenwriter Richard Matheson. After The Night Stalker became the one of the highest rated television movies of all time, a sequel, The Night Strangler, was released the following year to great acclaim. Now, after more than three decades out of print, Kolchak's creator Jeff Rice has released the original novels which sparked a television phenomenon! At last, The Night Stalker and The Night Strangler are together in one volume...
Carl Kolchak was just your average reporter until the day he put two and two together and came up with evil. A reluctant paranormal investigator, Kolchak couldn't stop tripping over the unusual even if he wanted to. And for all of his efforts of seeking the truth... unemployment and ridicule have followed him like the plague. Someone, or something, is tearing people up into little pieces in small town West Virginia. It's up to Kolchak to wade through the bloody-science jigsaw puzzle, while watching his back against an unseen foe! It's a cat and mouse game, as he battles a maelstrom of terror that everyone around him gets sucked into.
Although horror shows on television are popular in the 1990s thanks to the success of Chris Carter’s The X-Files, such has not always been the case. Creators Rod Serling, Dan Curtis, William Castle, Quinn Martin, John Newland, George Romero, Stephen King, David Lynch, Wes Craven, Sam Raimi, Aaron Spelling and others have toiled to bring the horror genre to American living rooms for years. This large-scale reference book documents an entire genre, from the dawn of modern horror television with the watershed Serling anthology, Night Gallery (1970), a show lensed in color and featuring more graphic makeup and violence than ever before seen on the tube, through more than 30 programs, including those of the 1998-1999 season. Complete histories, critical reception, episode guides, cast, crew and guest star information, as well as series reviews are included, along with footnotes, a lengthy bibliography and an in-depth index. From Kolchak: The Night Stalker to Millennium, from The Evil Touch to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Twin Peaks, Terror Television is a detailed reference guide to three decades of frightening television programs, both memorable and obscure.
Reproductions of typewritten scripts, with introductions, photos, drawings, cast and credit for the two produced scripts.
Just in time for Halloween, RetroFan #11 features interviews with Dark Shadows’ Quentin Collins, David Selby, and the niece of movie Frankenstein Glenn Strange, Julie Ann Ream. Plus: Kolchak the Night Stalker, Rod Serling retrospective, Casper the Friendly Ghost, TV’s Adventures of Superman, Superman’s pal Jimmy Olsen, Quisp and Quake cereals, Saturday morning cartoon preview specials, scratch model customs, and more fun, fab features! Featuring columns by Ernest Farino, Andy Mangels, Will Murray, Scott Saavedra, and Scott Shaw! Edited by Michael Eury.
This three-volume set is a valuable resource for researching the history of American television. An encyclopedic range of information documents how television forever changed the face of media and continues to be a powerful influence on society. • Supplies historic context for why television shows were released at a particular moment in time • Covers key television genres—such as the western, sitcoms, crime shows, and variety programs—in detail • Provides readers with an understanding of the technical evolution of television that directly affected programming • Includes biographies of important individuals in the television industry

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