Category Archives: Kolchak: The Night Stalker

323 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Vampire

A trail of bloodless murders leading from Las Vegas to Los Angeles has Cark Kolchak’s supernatural-sniffing nose for news twitching.

Could the vampire he fought in Las Vegas be prowling the night once more, or is it another?

Simon and Eugene discuss The Vampire.

309 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – They Have Been They Are They Will Be

Invisible extraterrestrials have come to Chicago to steal our lead and our bone marrow.

Can Carl Kolchak overcome the forces of the US Government to break the story of a lifetime?

Simon and Eugene discuss They Have Been They Are They Will Be.

306 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Zombie

Carl Kolchak investigates the possibility that a member of the walking dead may be killing off members of the Maffia in Chicago.

Simon and Eugene discuss the Zombie.

303 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Ripper

Simon and Eugene launch into our discussion about the follow-on TV series to the TV movie, the Night Stalker.

Carl Kolchak now finds himself a home at the Independent News Service in the Windy City, but it seems no matter where he goes, bizarre murders follow.  Kolchak must investigate a killer that bears an uncanny resemblance to Jack the Ripper.

299 – The Night Strangler

Seattle, 1973.  A series of bizarre murders terrorizes the city.  One reporter, new to town, has seen it all before — or at least something very much like it.

Carl Kolchak must battle a long-suffering editor, a disbelieving publisher and Seattle’s finest as he tries to prove an inhuman killer is on the loose.

Simon and review the sequel to the Night Stalker – the 1973 TV movie, the Night Strangler.

296 – The Night Stalker

1972 a surprise TV movie became the most-watched TV movie in American history.  Darren McGavin starred as Carl Kolchak, an abrasive investigative reporter who is investigating the story of a lifetime.  A vampire is prowling the streets of Las Vegas.

Simon and Eugene discuss the TV movie that inspired the TV series that inspired the X-files.  Could it really be that simple?