"Profile in Silver": After preventing the assassination of President Kennedy, a historian from the future faces the consequences of his act. "Button, Button": A couple receives a box with a button --...
A modern revival of the classic science fiction horror anthology show The Outer Limits (1963). Episodes often have twist-endings and involve aliens. Sometimes, a story from one episode continues in a later episode.
Series of unrelated short stories covering elements of crime, horror, drama, and comedy about people of different backgrounds committing murders, suicides, thefts, and other sorts of crime caused by certain motivations, perceived or not.
An updated version of the famous 1960's TV series created by Rod Serling. Each week presents one to three tales about some unusual situation that turns out to be even more unusual than initially suspected. Whether the tone of the story is horror, suspense or humor, there is always a surprise twist at the end.Written by
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Showrunner Philip DeGuere, Jr. shared the same agent as fantasy writer, George R.R. Martin. The agent provided a copy of Martin's fourth novel, "The Armageddon Rag", a rock and roll dark fantasy, to DeGuere because he was a Grateful Dead fan. DeGuere liked the novel so much that he planned to write and direct an adaptation, but the novel failed in sales. DeGuere and Martin stayed friends, and DeGuere recruited Martin for his first Hollywood position as a staff writer in this Twilight Zone outing. See more »
Original network episodes ran one hour, with two or three stories per instalment. These episodes were reedited into half hour episodes for syndication along with newly produced half-hour episodes, with each half hour consisting of a single story from the original one-hour version. See more »
After this show's demise from CBS, it wasn't too long before it went into late night syndication here in Boston. Sadly enough for me, I never taped the episodes(except for 1). Since then, I have been on an unsuccessful quest trying to find these episodes. And what makes it even more frustrating, I found out too late that TNT was running them for a short time just recently. I never got a chance to tape any of them. Like someone else mentioned, I can only hope that Columbia House will release them some day.
I didn't watch it religiously when it was on CBS. I really started getting into it when it was in syndication, and I'd catch the New Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock when I got home from working second shift. several episodes that really stick out is The Call(which is the only one I taped); Quarantine; Stranger in Possum Meadows; the one where the drunk driver kills someone, and he's peruaded to by a thriving night club...only to find it's his private hell; the futuristic episode where the young kid(who I think used to be on General Hospital), is too smart for the Government, so he has to be disposed of; the one where Harry Morgan(of MASH fame) can predict future disasters; the one where the scientist was enlarging animals, and his 2 sons get killed at the end by the giant spider; and the one with the Pilgrim girl who can communicate with the college kid in the 1980's.
If any of you fans reading this page owns any of these episodes on video, and has a way to duplicate the, please contact me.
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