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Molly Anne Brewer Nabs 3rd in Nationwide Writing Contest

Molly Anne Brewer of Indiana is a new author who enjoys penning stories with fantastical and sometimes macabre twists. She grew up in a small town, the youngest of eight children in a family of musicians, writers, actors, poets and artists. 137 more words

Movie : Requiem For A Heavyweight

We open in a bar with the patrons watching a fight on TV.  Then we’re in the ring and seeing the fight through the eyes of one of the boxers.   463 more words

Anthology – 038 – The Howling Man (The Twilight Zone S02E05) + Ex Machina (2014)


This week, Matt reviews episode 5 from The Twilight Zone’s second season: The Howling Man… 268 more words

Anthology Podcast

The Twilight Zone 1.10 - Judgment Night

I’d like to claim that we made peace with the reality that our son has absolutely no memory for faces whatsoever, but for pity’s sake, he just saw Patrick Macnee… 245 more words

Patrick Macnee

Retro Recaps: The Twilight Zone (Season 3, Episode 28) "The Little People"

One of writer Rod Serling’s most famous contributions to popular culture, may have been his television anthology series, The Twilight Zone.

For 5 seasons, Serling’s show would often take unsuspecting people into ‘another dimension,’ where all manner of strange and unusual things could happen. 2,253 more words

Bring on the Bad Guy!

2017.46: Split (2017)

It has been a long time since I actually looked forward to a film from M. Night Shyamalan; probably as far back as… 458 more words


The Twilight Zone 1.8 - Time Enough at Last

Here’s a strange coincidence: in the first eight episodes of the show, The Twilight Zone featured three future Batvillains. Pretty neat little average there.

“Time Enough at Last” is the famous one where Burgess Meredith finds himself with all the time to read all the books that he never can enjoy only to break his glasses in a gloomy little twist. 133 more words

Burgess Meredith