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Red Cherry Tomatoes


She was angry but didn’t want to seem it. Washing the dishes with infuriating precision, mouth muscles tense but not visibly tight, teeth slowly grinding to the rhythm of her soapy hands. 761 more words


The Twilight Zone Episode 1: Where Is Everybody?

Technical Specs

Director: Robert Stevens

Writer: Rod Serling

Cast: Earl Holliman and James Gregory

Composer: Bernard Hermann

Air Date: 10/2/1959

Production Code: 173-3601



The central plot of season one’s premier episode… 837 more words

Bernard Hermann

The Twilight Zone: Walking Distance

A Look At The Television Episode, The Comic Book And Radio Adaptations

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Martin Sloan, age thirty-six. Occupation: vice-president, ad agency, in charge of media. 

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Classic Television Thursday #002 - Twilight Zone: The Obsolete Man (1961)

I could easily do an entire series of entries that solely focused on the screenplays written by Rod Serling. Mr. Serling has long been considered one of the greatest-ever writers for television, and it is easy to see why. 622 more words


Marathon of the Planet of the Apes: Planet of the Apes (1968)

I recently picked up the 5 movie set of all the classic Planet of the Apes movies. I had seen the first one before, probably like ten years or so ago, and I’m a big fan of the two recent prequel(?) films. 1,548 more words


The Twilight Zone: The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Picture of a woman looking at a picture. Movie great of another time, once-brilliant star in a firmament no longer a part of the sky, eclipsed by the movement of earth and time.

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Spielberg Blogathon: Amazing Stories - "The Mission"

Amazing Stories
Episode Title: The Mission
Episode #: 5
Season: 1
Format: Anthology
Original Airdate: November 3, 1985
Story by: Steven Spielberg
Written by: Menno Meyjay… 1,347 more words