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The Kolchak Tapes

The Kolchak Tapes


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An investigation into the work of journalist Carl Kolchak.

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Carl pursues the malevolent Native American spirit of The Diablero (Richard Kiel), a shape-shifter who's stealing the riches of Chicago's dowagers. We're joined by guest co-host Mike Wallace. This episode features an interview with... more

Carl tracks down the improbably-named "Terror Man" who seems to be back from the dead and setting fire to those who wronged him. Hear more from The Kolchak Tapes at www.kolchaktapes.com and please give us a review on iTunes.

Tom Skerritt (and his mustache) star as Robert W. Palmer, a politician who has made a devil's bargain to gain power... He has the ability to turn into a Satanic rottweiler in order to defeat those who stand in his way but he can't stop Carl... more

Fred Beir stars as Ryder Bond, a man who is seemingly two places at once... It's up to intrepid reporter Carl Kolchak to find out how and why people are dying. "Firefall" is the sixth episode of "The Night Stalker." Written by Bill S. Ballinger,... more

Written by Adam Sussman and directed by Daniel Sackheim , "Three" is the third episode of the 2005 Night Stalker reboot. The episode introduces series semi-regular Alex Nyby who's played by Eugene Byrd. This episode of The... more

In the fifth episode of Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Carl squared off with a ragged werewolf (Eric Braeden). Written by Paul Playdon and David Chase, the teleplay was cut down from 70 pages, leaving something that didn't quite hold together,... more

In the fourth episode of The Night Stalker, Carl faces off a second time against a vampire. This ties in nicely as a sequel to The Night Stalker TV movie as it's implied that the vampire -- a call girl from Las Vegas -- was a victim of Janos... more

Chris and Mike go back to the 2005 "Night Stalker" and discuss the second episode that aired in which Carl Kolchak (Stuart Townsend) goes toe-to-toe with a supernatural serial killer (Tony Curran). Surprisingly, Chris really dug this one. .

Reporter Carl Kolchak's fifth reported encounter with the supernatural, They Have Been, They Are, They Will Be..., was broadcast the night of September 27, 1974. Chris Stachiw and Mike White discuss the third episode of The Night... more

On the second episode of Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Carl Kolchak squared off against the Italian and African-American mob of Chicago as well as the titular zombie. Written by Zekial Marko and David Chase, the episode was directed by... more

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