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Rod Serling's "Patterns"

I recently bought a collection of DVDs from the website Acorn that sells a lot of PBS stuff. The collection was called The Golden Age of Television… 94 more words

Individual Thoughts And Actions

Caulk This Way, Caulk This Wayyy ...

Imagine yourself in a multiplex movie theater. Curiously, no walls separate the half-dozen theaters that form the multiplex. Miraculously, you are watching six different screens all at once, thoroughly understanding and enjoying every scene, word, character. 727 more words

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Time Enough at Last: "The One That Haunts People"

Of all the episodes of The Twilight Zone, perhaps none has left more of a mark on viewers than “Time Enough at Last.” The episode that struck fear in the hearts of book-lovers everywhere — and inspired horrified glasses-wearers to opt for a back-up pair — turns 55 today. 508 more words

Twilight Zone

Wicked Watches: The Twilight Zone

Welcome to Wicked Watches! In this segment, your beloved team here at Something Wicked will pick a movie or TV series every week to review. 675 more words


The Twilight Zone Episode 5: Walking Distance

Technical Specs

Director: Robert Stevens

Writer: Rod Serling

Cast: Gig Young, Frank Overton, Irene Tedrow, Michael Montgomery, and Ron Howard

Composer: Bernard Herrmann

Air Date: 10/30/1959… 412 more words

Rod Serling

A Toy That's Just My Type

“Doris, take a letter!”

Have you ever heard anything like that? Dialogue in an old movie doesn’t count: I mean with your own ears in real life. 1,224 more words

Popular Culture

Performing Without a Net

The Internet is killing live music.

Hey, don’t shoot the messenger!  And don’t think I’m bitter or angry.  I’ve worked plenty and I’m well-compensated, and I’ve been doing it thirty years.   1,069 more words

From The Trenches