I'm Dangerous Tonight
An ancient Egyptian cloth with a curse accidentally finds its way into the possession of a young woman.
A middling made-for-TV effort from horror director Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), this tepid supernatural thriller is ostensibly based on the novella of the same name by Cornell Woolrich -- but the title is pretty much where the similarity ends. The plot involves a possessed Aztec ceremonial cloak (once used to line a sacred burial chamber) which poisons the soul of anyone who wears it. An improbable string of events sees the cloak turned into a little slip of a dress -- donned by several different women, but worn to evil perfection by Mädchen Amick. Standard TV fare with little to distinguish it from a demonic episode of Dynasty, elevated only by some colorful supporting performances from Anthony Perkins and Lee Ermey.

I'm Dangerous Tonight (1990) (TV)
Director: Tobe Hooper
Starring: Mädchen Amick / Corey Parker / Anthony Perkins
Production: MCA Universal
Distributor: MCA Universal
Country: US Genre: Horror / Thriller