In Chicago, the lonely Jamie works in the food laboratory of a company developing flavors with his best friend Wally. Jamie divorced from his wife a couple of months ago and misses his son.... See full summary »



(creator), (teleplay) | 1 more credit »

Watch Now

From $1.99 (SD) on Amazon Video



Episode complete credited cast:
Booth (as Jake Smith)
Michael Curtola ...
Band Member
Katharine Horsman ...
Leah Graham ...
Young Girl (as Ali Staseson)
Detective #1
Detective #2 (as Ken Dressen)


In Chicago, the lonely Jamie works in the food laboratory of a company developing flavors with his best friend Wally. Jamie divorced from his wife a couple of months ago and misses his son. Jamie is on diet but after eating a chocolate, he becomes psychically connected to a beautiful woman, seeing through her eyes and feeling her sensations. Jamie falls in love for the stranger woman, until he witnesses her stabbing and killing her lover. His connection ends and Jamie becomes obsessed for the woman; using his memories, he discloses through the driving license of her car and some landscapes that the mysterious woman lives in Vancouver. Jamie travels to meet and help her and once in Canada, he finds that the dead man was a plastic artist and his beloved stranger is the model Catherine. Jamie tries to approach to Catherine with tragic consequences. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis




TV-MA | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:






Release Date:

25 November 2005 (USA)  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs



See  »

Did You Know?


When looking at the newspaper describing the killing, grisly is misspelled grizzly. See more »


The camera operator is reflected in the shower head. See more »


Wally: Who knows, you might meet a rock 'n roll nymphomaniac.
See more »


by Stephen Cohen
See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

strong series entry by the underrated Garris
28 May 2006 | by (Hellfudge, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

I just submitted a comment for the "Masters of Horror" episode 'Incident on and Off a Mountain Road,' in which I claimed that the series' central problem was restricting filmmakers to 60-minute TV restraints. However, to rebut some of the negative comments on "Chocolate" (by the way, how on EARTH can you call Eli Roth a 'master' of ANYTHING?), I will also say that the series deserves a bit of leeway--in comparison to the directors' feature films, of course these TV episodes are going to come up short by default, and shouldn't be assessed with the criteria one attaches to a film. Thus far, I have found each entry (released to DVD) passable, stylish entertainment that carries the signature of each director. "Chocolate," from series creator Mick Garris, is no exception; at this point, it's the best entry I've seen, perhaps because Garris is more familiar with the parameters of television. His story follows a divorced, artificial-flavoring creator named Jamie (Henry Thomas), who begins to have visions of a mysterious femme fatale; the episode follows his quest to locate the woman, who has committed murder and might not be altogether right in the head. While the thriller aspect is strong (even inspiring some comparisons to 2005's 'remote viewing' tale, "Suspect Zero"), Garris brings romantic as well as darkly humorous elements to the mix. Even if the denouement leaves a bit to be desired, "Chocolate" is a strong entry nonetheless.

6.5 out of 10

3 of 6 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Message Boards

Recent Posts
best episode amandabunny22
Please help us fund a movie starring Misty Mundae! jakebee2244
What episode/scene did you unintentionally find the funniest? Minimize
Does anyone else think The Washingtonians was stupid or am I the only... libbyhatch21-1
Dance of the Dead Jay_of_the_Dead
Daughter from The Screwfly Solution Darkest-neko
Discuss Chocolate (2005) on the IMDb message boards »

Contribute to This Page

Create a character page for: