Tag Archives: Kolchak

351 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – Primal Scream

Multi-national oil companies are evil.  Well, of course they are – even back in the 1970s!    The Oceanic International Oil company (OIO) have discovered something unprecedented in the Arctic ice.  Something that is now killing people in Chicago.

Carl Kolchak is onto a bizarre series of murders and a massive corporate cover-up.

Simon and Eugene discuss the Night Stalker episode, Primal Scream.

348 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – Mr. R.I.N.G.

In the Tyrell laboratories, an experiment goes wrong…  or did it go unbelievably right?

Kolchak investigates a series of bizarre events on the trail of Mr. R.I.N.G.

Simon and Eugene discuss.

345 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – Horror in the Heights

A monster is stalking the elderly in the Heights.  A monster that adopts the form of the victims’ most trusted person.  Has Carl Kolchak finally encountered a monster that he is impervious to?

Simon and Eugene discuss Horror in the Heights.

342 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Energy Eater

A series of mysterious deaths in a hospital leads Kolchak into the bizarre world of Native American legends.

Simon and Eugene discuss The Energy Eater.

339 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Spanish Moss Murders

There’s a strange, monstrous moss monster killing people in Chicago and it has some connection with an advanced sleep research laboratory.  Can Kolchak find out what’s happening before the monster puts him to sleep?

Simon and Eugene discuss The Spanish Moss Murders.

336 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – Bad Medicine

What is it with Native American spirit creatures and trinkets and baubles? Kolchak tries to find the answers behind mysterious jewel robberies while Simon and Eugene discuss Bad Medicine.

 

332 – Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Devil’s Platform

Satan’s candidate is working his way towards the White House.  I wish I could think of something witty about, “it couldn’t really happen, folks, ” but…

Simon and Eugene discuss The Devil’s Candidate and compare it to Richard the Third and MacBeth.  Things must be looking up, eh?