quot;Twilight Zonequot; Marathon on Sci-Fi Channel
Yeah, I know, its about over, but to me, its a thousand times better than watching interminable parades, amp; endless phootball games that I have little or no interest in....quot;TZquot; is head 'n' shoulders above 98% of the crapola on TV nowadays...
Definitely....didn't get to see much of it this time. They do it every year. quot;Eye of the Beholderquot; is a classic.
That one still chills my shit, what-48 years later ?
I watched it for a couple of hours yesterday with my oldest daughter. I loved it but she was only moderately amused. She hung in there until we got to that Burgess Meredith episode where all he wanted to do was read.
I'm waiting for it to resume in 20 minutes. Love that show!
I've been watching some of them, too. Interesting to see actors: Robert Redford, Agnes Moorehead, Telly Savalas much much younger.
was then and still is MUST SEE TV! many great episodes and they still hit home almost 45-50 years later.charles bronson and elizabeth montgomery in quot;twoquot; is my favorite.
Originally Posted by doucanoeI watched it for a couple of hours yesterday with my oldest daughter. I loved it but she was only moderately amused. She hung in there until we got to that Burgess Meredith episode where all he wanted to do was read.
I think Burgess was in about every other episode. I have been watching it on and off all day.
At the end when it shows who wrote the story. You would be amazed at how many Rod wrote himself.
Was quot;To Serve Manquot; on? Or that one with Agnes Moorehead as the old woman with the spaceship on the roof??
Damn, there was more thought in one of those shows than a whole season worth of MTV programming these days.
I just hope no one got quot;sent to the cornfieldquot;
Originally Posted by CeladonI just hope no one got quot;sent to the cornfieldquot;Unless he is a quot;Badman. he's a very badmanquot;!!
How 'bout that one with a very young William Shatner getting spooked by that future-predicting bobblehead devil thing in the booth of that restaurant?
Don't remember the name, but a chilling TZ.
No car chases, no gushing blood, no nudity, no f-word.......
Can't be entertaining right?
TZ would NEVER make it nowadays...They've tried a couple of times-It required the viewer to THINK, to use his/her imagination a bit. Which is something seemingly nobody really wants to do much of anymore...But look what wonders they're missing...WE know, the ones who have eat the show up for nigh on to 50 years now...Too bad today's people ain't gotta clue...