This made-for-television anthology film from Dan Curits (DARK SHADOWS) begins with an omniscient voice-over that gives that familiar feeling of Rod Serling from THE TWILIGHT ZONE. In the first story, SECOND CHANCE, Ed Begley Jr. fixes an old 1926 car which enables him to go back in time to that same year. A young couple takes the car soon after he parks it in town--but it turns out they are the ones who owned the car originally. However, his being there is enough to change history, which he finds out when he returns to his present time. This is a great adaptation of the Jack Finney (INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS) short story. In NO SUCH THING AS VAMPIRES a Professor's (Patrick Macnee of THE AVENGERS) wife is seemingly plagued by a vampire. She wakes up with bleeding fang marks on her neck. This scares all of the townspeople, who hole up in their houses. The Professor calls in an old friend to get to the bottom of this and he finds out the culprit may be someone else entirely. In BOBBY a grieving mother brings her dead son (Lee Montgomery of BEN, BURNT OFFERINGS) back from the dead during a rainy night. Yet she soon finds out that he acts different and wants to kill her. In fact, it might not even be her son at all. This particular segment was remade by Curtis in his TRILOGY OF TERROR 2 movie which was made twenty-years later. I think I like this original version better.