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Anthology – 035 – The Man in the Bottle (The Twilight Zone S02E02) + Je Souhaite (The X-Files S07E21)

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This week, Matt reviews episode 2 from The Twilight Zone’s second season: The Man in the Bottle… 226 more words

Anthology Podcast

Between science and superstition...

Perchance to Dream is a real good Twilight Zone episode directed by Robert Florey, written by Charles Beaumont and starring Richard Conte.

“This is terrifying! This is horrible!” declared Fiona during the first half. 213 more words

FILM

THE NEW PEOPLE (1969): FORGOTTEN TELEVISION

THE NEW PEOPLE (1969) – It’s another Balladeer’s Blog look at a forgotten television program.

The New People was part of a brief and very odd experiment with television programs that ran just 45 minutes INCLUDING commercials. 241 more words

Balladeer's Blog

The Purple Testament

My daughters want to be writers.  In talking about this along the way, I was asked who I thought were the best of the writers that I had come across in my life.  719 more words

Poetry And Poems

May 11th National Twilight Zone Day

One of the most popular television shows in history, Rod Serling invited the viewer into the mysterious, and often disturbing, world of the writers. Most shows were treated as though they were a nightmare and may have been way ahead of their time. 253 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling by Anne Serling - review

As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling by Anne Serling

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think as I get older, these types of biographies, and autobiographies… mean more; they reach deeper – have an effect a younger me wouldn’t see or understand. 948 more words

Book Review

Scribner Air Base

On the way to Scribner, Nebraska (pop. 857) there is a sign near a gravel road that winds south up into the bluffs.  The sign reads, “Scribner Air Base”.   162 more words

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