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The Twilight Zone(1959-1964): Come And Take A Trip With Me...

I love this series! Scary, sad, fascinating, shocking and most of all imaginative. Growing up I had heard and read a lot about this series, but had only ever seen a handful of episodes. 1,076 more words

Classic TV

In the Zone

Our nightly Twilight Zone viewings prompted me to suggest a screening of SADDLE THE WIND — we’d watched a few Zone episodes with western settings, so a Rod Serling-scripted oater seemed worth a punt. 342 more words


‘The Twilight Zone’ (1959) Season 1 Episode 6 Escape Clause (Review)

Walter’s a hypochondriac, and he isn’t very pleasant. The last thing he wants to hear is that he’s in perfectly good health. To call him a complex character might be underselling the magnitude of his personality… greatly. 297 more words


Fun in the Fifth Dimension: My Twilight Zone Funko Pop! Figure Designs

If you haven’t heard of Funko Pop! figures, then perhaps you’ve been living under a rock. The popular Funko brand has a variety of toy lines, but without question, the 3.75″ Funko Pop! 1,357 more words

From My Perspective

Your 5 Minute Escape from Alternative Facts


Tidbits from Lester & Charlie’s Wienermobile News Desk

Crash Dummies Embrace American Values

To better reflect the times and maybe pay homage to President Trump, crash test dummies have become fat and old. 288 more words


Truth is a menace

“You walk into this room at your own risk. Because it leads to the future. Not a future that will be but one that might be. 123 more words