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Eyes of Terror (1994)

Not Rated | | Thriller | TV Movie 18 March 1994
Dr. Jesse Newman (Barbara Eden) is assigned to treating David (Michael Nouri) a grieving policeman who lost his partner in a shootout. It seems the case is solved, until a lucky coin ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ted Marcoux ...
Det. Tony Carpelli
Gwen Singleton
Steven Anthony Jones ...
Capt. Jim Armstrong
Kenneth Burch
Lt. David Zaccariah
Michael DeGood ...
Peter Anthony Jacobs ...
Councilman Murray
Robin Goodrin Nordli ...
Emily Lockwood
Michèle-Barbara Pelletier ...
Rebecca Morse
Joy Carlin ...
Danny Kovacs ...
Man on Ledge
Michelle Jarrett ...
Eva Gholson ...


Dr. Jesse Newman (Barbara Eden) is assigned to treating David (Michael Nouri) a grieving policeman who lost his partner in a shootout. It seems the case is solved, until a lucky coin belonging to David's partner triggers a revealing series of psychic visions for Dr. Newman. The visions not only implicate the killer, but also reveal the sordid habits of San Francisco's business and political elite. Written by Anonymous

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Eden was good, especially with Kimberly
14 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

Psychologist Jesse Newman sometimes works with the San Francisco Police Department. At the start of the movie, she has to talk a man holding a child out of jumping off a building. This situation affects her because when her daughter Kimberly was that age, Jesse had been told the baby was stillborn, so she did not know her then.

After she is given a good luck charm worn by Craig Lockwood, a cop who was fatally shot, Jesse starts seeing visions again. She counsels Lt. Zaccariah, but it doesn't seem to help much. As a result of her visions, Jesse is able to help track down a crazy man who is soon arrested. I won't say who that is or whether he really killed Officer Lockwood, but the actor's performance was definitely one of the more colorful ones in the film.

Jesse turns sleuth to find out exactly what led to Lockwood's shooting. She has some really entertaining moments and manages to get on Capt. Armstrong's nerves. The mystery turns complicated and somewhat dangerous, and several more people have to die.

A large part of the movie concerns Jesse's relationship with her newly found daughter Kimberly, who was stolen from Jesse just after she was born. This added a lot to the movie for me.

I didn't know this was a sequel until I came to this site. I actually watched this because I liked Barbara Eden so much on "I Dream of Jeannie" and in other roles. I liked her so much here, especially in the scenes with Kimberly, that I wished this could be a series.

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