Thursday, July 9, 2009


Now available from Netflix, this 1973 made-for-tv movie makes me wonder why we don't run in slow motion, or use more exclamation points in out titles, or have opening credits that last through the first commercial break! Doesn't it sound awesome!
When race car driver Tom Kovack (Leonard Nimoy) has a vision during a race, he crashes and nearly dies. But after hearing him talk about his experience on television, parapsychology dabbler Michele Brent (Susan Hampshire) believes that his visions are actually premonitions. Now she must persuade him to travel abroad to England and help the victims he's "seen" in this intriguing psychological thriller.

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