Night Visions (2001– )
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The Passenger List/The Bokor 

In "The Passenger List", a plane crash investigator becomes worried that his daughter may have been on an airliner that crashed, but he's missing the point. In "The Bokor", a group of medical students falls prey to - one of them.

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Billy Brown (creator), Dan Angel (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aidan Quinn ... Jeremy Bell (segment "The Passenger List")
Kelly Rutherford ... Marilyn Lanier (segment "The Passenger List")
Paul Guilfoyle ... John (segment "The Passenger List")
Troy Evans ... Coroner (segment "The Passenger List")
Samantha Mathis ... Diane Ballard (segment "The Bokor")
Ben Bass ... Paul (segment "The Bokor")
Kim Hawthorne ... Cheryl (segment "The Bokor")
Jason London ... Richard Lansky (segment "The Bokor")
Blu Mankuma ... Dooley (segment "The Passenger List")
Emily Holmes ... Amanda Bell (segment "The Passenger List")
Julie Patzwald Julie Patzwald ... Hallie (segment "The Passenger List")
Patricia Drake Patricia Drake ... Flight Attendant (segment "The Passenger List")
Robert Luft Robert Luft ... Paramedic #1 (segment "The Passenger List")
Ty Olsson ... Paramedic #2 (segment "The Passenger List")
Robin Douglas ... Paramedic #3 (segment "The Passenger List")
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Storyline

The Passenger List: Aviation investigator Jeremy Bell investigates the crash of a plane he himself saw go down. He comes to believe that his daughter may have been on board and becomes desperate to find the truth. It's not too long before it becomes apparent that his daughter has been dead for quite some time before the crash. Could the cracks in the objects all around him be symbolic of cracks in his sanity... Or his reality? / The Bokor: Diane and two other medical students have to cut up the cadaver of a Bokor, an evil voodoo priest, for school. As they cut the tattoo that's supposed to bind his powers, terrible things start to happen, including the disappearance of the Bokor's body. Written by Saundra Luchs

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TV-14
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 July 2001 (Canada) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Soundtracks

(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know
Music by Hoagy Carmichael
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Performed by Frank Sinatra
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A very nice surprise
2 May 2019 | by hung_fao_tweezeSee all my reviews

'Night Visions' never had a chance. It's Canadian and it seems that 9/11 distracted audiences in the US away from watching it. It's really too bad. I'd never heard of it, but if the rest of the episodes are like these first two, this seems like a tragedy that it didn't find a market.

'Passenger List' was brilliant. There were some incredible nuances in the script and direction that echoed the best of Rod Serling. It grabs interest at the very first. What are the chances that an investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board just happens to be at the site of an airliner crash? As he investigates, things are a little more than off for him. As the story moves along, things are a little more than off for the viewer. Sound is distorted in places to cause subtle unease. Visuals are lightly stretched and lighting is arranged to cast worrisome shadows. Aidan Quinn does a great job with the character and his face conveys the proper anguish and confusion when needed to further enhance the story. Frankly, this one is really good.

'The Bokor' is a fairly straight up grisly horror story with a surprise ending in the EC comics tradition. There are some good scares here, though all is not what it seems.

Both tales tend to be intense in places such that sensitive viewers should be aware that you may be surprised by some things you didn't want to see. But, as it is, this is a great start to a series no one seems to have heard of.


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