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Anthology is a podcast exploring science fiction anthology television from TV's first golden age beginning with The Twilight Zone. Each week, join host Matt Hurt (The Obsessive Viewer podcast) as he discusses the plot, themes, and trivia of an episode of The Twilight Zone as well as how he felt as a first time viewer of the show. Classic TV shows planned for future seasons of the podcast include The Outer Limits, Tales of Tomorrow, Science Fiction Theatre, Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond, Th ...
 
You are Entering the Fifth Dimension, a fan podcast dedicated to the sci-fi classic, The Twilight Zone. It's a dimension not only of sound but of exploration. A journey into the wondrous world of the new Jordan Peele series on CBS All-Access and the original Rod Serling episodes we all cherish. That's the signpost up ahead—your next stop, The Fifth Dimension!
 
There is a podcast, beyond that which was known to you before today. It is a show as long as about 45 minutes and as timeless as television. It is the middle ground between watching the show and being in the show. Between talking about the show, and thinking about the show, and it lies between the pit of Apple Podcasts and the summit of Spotify. This is the podcast of discussiong telvision. It is an area we call THE TWILIGHT ZONE AFTERBUZZ TV AFTER SHOW. Subscribe and comment to receive a sh ...
 
Welcome Travelers, to the place between light and shadow, science and superstition... The Fifth Dimension. In this uncanny space, our denizens decode the themes, lessons, and cultural impact of The Twilight Zone - Jordan Peele's revival, Rod Serling's immortal classic, and ever other stop along this peculiar highway. Join us as we sojourn through the different, the bizarre, the inexplicable - the limitless terrain of the mind itself.
 
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Hollywood legends Dennis Weaver and Robert Duvall each made trips into The Twilight Zone. In the season 2 episode, "Shadow Play," Dennis Weaver portrayed Adam Grant, a man stuck in a dream where he is convicted to die over and over again in the electric chair. In season 4, Robert Duvall starred in, "Miniature," a story where Charley Parkes falls in…
 
This week, I review episode 31 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Trade-Ins. I also share my thoughts on episode 38 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Operation Flypaper in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Spotif…
 
This week, I review episode 30 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Hocus-Pocus and Frisby. I also share my thoughts on episode 37 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Sound of Murder in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts …
 
This week, I review episode 29 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Four O'Clock. I also share my thoughts on episode 36 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Are We Invaded?, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Spotify S…
 
This week, I review episode 28 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Little People. I also share my thoughts on episode 35 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Project 44, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Spotify S…
 
The power of the human mind is perhaps often underestimated, but it's certainly capable of much more once it enters the Twilight Zone. Season 2 of Rod Serling's masterpiece gave us two excellent examples. Episode 16 features Dick York in, "A Penny for Your Thoughts" and episode 27 showcases Shelley Berman in, "The Mind and the Matter." Both of thes…
 
This week, I review episode 27 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Person or Persons Unknown. I also share my thoughts on episode 34 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Long Day, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts…
 
This week, I review episode 26 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Little Girl Lost. I also share my thoughts on episode 33 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Before the Beginning, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts …
 
This week, I review episode 25 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Fugitive. I also share my thoughts on episode 32 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Beyond Return, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Google Play…
 
Are machines capable of love? Can they learn, adapt, conspire, or feel emotions? They definitely can in the Twilight Zone! In season 3, Ray Bradbury contributed the episode, "I Sing the Body Electric," inspired by Walt Whitman's poem of the same name. After losing their mother, a grieving father acquired a robot to help love, care, and raise his ch…
 
This week, I review episode 24 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: To Serve Man. I also share my thoughts on episode 31 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Friend of a Raven, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Google …
 
This week, I review episode 23 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank. I also share my thoughts on episode 30 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Postcard from Barcelona, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveVie…
 
This week, I review episode 22 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: A Piano in the House. I also share my thoughts on episode 29 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Hastings Secret, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcas…
 
Whether it's on the train to Willoughby or coming home from a 'coon hunt, you never know when you might find yourself on a journey to the after life. You might discover that you're seeing dead people and don't know it, or even that you yourself have passed into the afterlife. At least, that's the case with Mr. Williams and the Old Man in "A Stop at…
 
This week, I review episode 21 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Kick the Can. I also share my thoughts on episode 28 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Unexplored, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Google Pla…
 
This week, I review episode 20 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Showdown with Rance McGrew. I also share my thoughts on episode 27 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Water Maker, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podc…
 
This week, I review episode 19 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Hunt. I also share my thoughts on episode 26 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Target Hurricane, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. Apple Podcasts Google Play …
 
This week, I review episode 18 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Dead Man's Shoes. I also review the episode's two remakes, Dead Woman's Shoes (from the 1985 Twilight Zone revival) and Dead Man's Eyes (from the 2002 Twilight Zone revival). Become a patron for exclusive audio content and early access to episodes at Patreon.com/ObsessiveViewer. …
 
Stories that focus on the young or the elderly tend to bring us as viewers into an introspective frame of mind. Season 3 of The Twilight Zone gives us two such examples of this. "Kick the Can" blends both the elderly and the young into the storyline, giving us a double punch to ponder the innocence and wonder of childhood in a way that makes us nev…
 
This week, I review episode 17 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: One More Pallbearer. I also share my thoughts on episode 25 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season: The Human Equation, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Mic Info: ElectroVoice RE20 with RØDEcaster Pro (DeEsser effect enabled) and Klark Teknik Mic Booster CM-2 (Recorded in…
 
This week, I review episode 16 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Nothing in the Dark. I also share my thoughts on episode 24 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Dead Storage, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Mic Info: RØDE Podmic with RØDEcaster Pro (DeEsser and Big Bottom effects enabled) and Klark Teknik Mic Booster CM-2 (Recorde…
 
This week, I review episode 15 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: A Quality of Mercy. I also share my thoughts on episode 23 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Strange People at Pecos, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Mic Info: ElectroVoice RE20 with RØDEcaster Pro and Klark Teknik Mic Booster CM-2 (Recorded in the Bedroom) App…
 
This week, I review episode 14 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Five Characters in Search of an Exit. I also share my thoughts on episode 22 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, A Visit from Dr. Pliny, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Mic Info: ElectroVoice RE20 with RØDEcaster Pro and Klark Teknik Mic Booster CM-2 Apple Podcasts G…
 
It takes a gifted actor to be able to pull off a single-actor episode. When executed well - such as Agnes Moorehead's "The Invaders," the episode can become legendary. Since we've already covered that episode, this month we look at two other single-actor episodes. First up is Robert Cummings' season 2 premiere, "King Nine Will Not Return." Cummings…
 
This week, I take a moment to reflect on my progress through The Twilight Zone now that I've reached the halfway point of the series. I share some of my favorite (and not so favorite) episodes and moments from the series so far. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 59:19 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 Favorite Episodes So Far…
 
This week, I review episode 13 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Once Upon a Time. I also share my thoughts on episode 21 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Dead Reckoning, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:05:06 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 Once Upon a Time - 03:35 De…
 
This week, I review episode 12 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Jungle. I also share my thoughts on episode 20 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Negative Man, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:06:07 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 The Jungle - 05:24 Negative Man (Sc…
 
Jack Klugman, along with Bergiss Meredith, has the esteemed honor of being one of only two actors to be featured in the lead role of four Twilight Zone episodes. We previously covered, "In Praise of Pip" and "A Passage For Trumpet," and this month we're taking a look at "A Game of Pool" and "Death Ship." In "A Game of Pool," Klugman stars alongside…
 
Whether driving or flying across the country, tragedy can strike at any moment, especially in the Twilight Zone. This month we take a look at two episodes that capitalize on this true, yet unsettling reality. Season 1 of the Zone gave us "The Hitch-Hiker," a story of Nan Adams who is driving her way from New York to Los Angeles. Unfortunately for N…
 
Throughout the 1950's and 60's Rod Serling wrote several stories aimed at shedding light on racial issues with blacks in America. His stories were often watered down or changed to other racial groups by network executives or sponsors, leaving Rod in a state of frustration. When JFK was gunned down in Dallas on the afternoon of November 22, 1963, Ro…
 
Beloved as Catwoman from the 1960's Batman series, Julie Newmar first appeared as Miss Devlin on the season 4 Twilight Zone episode, "Of Late I think of Cliffordville." Pat Hingle, who played the role of Commissioner Gordon in the 1980's and 90's Batman films, made his Twilight Zone appearance in the season 4 episode, "The Incredible World of Horac…
 
If there's one thing The Twilight Zone loves, it's exploring humanity through the lens of space travel. This month we take a look at two episodes where the lead characters find themselves stranded in space, albeit for entirely different reasons. In season 1 episode 7 entitled, "The Lonely," we encounter the story of a man named Corry who has been s…
 
While the weather may be a bit unseasonably warm for us right now, we find ourselves in a much cooler situation than those in the season 3 Twilight Zone episode, "The Midnight Sun." For much of the episode we are lead to believe they are on a collision course with the sun...or are they? This is a podcast episode with a snow theme after all. Then we…
 
Before the Season Five coverage begins, Tom Elliot pauses to chat with an old friend of the show. Serling blogger and creator of the most popular Rod Serling related Twitter feed on the web, Paul Gallagher. Tom and Paul take some listener questions and browse the Night Gallery book The Art of Darkness by Scott Skelton and Jim Benson.…
 
Burgess Meredith's impact on the Twilight Zone is arguably deeper than any other thespian to enter the fifth dimension. While most know him immediately for his work on the beloved episode, "Time Enough at Last," many have never seen his appearance in the season four episode, "Printer's Devil." This month we not only take a look at "Printer's Devil,…
 
Is dealing with the devil ever a good idea? Would you even recognize the devil if you met him face to face? Would there be peace on earth if you could somehow capture Satan himself and confine him to a prison cell? October is the month of ghosts, goblins, witches, and devils, so it seems like the perfect time to look back at two episodes of The Twi…
 
Mirrors give us glimpses into a parallel world and allow us to see the hearts of men. Well, at least they do in The Twilight Zone. This month we look at "Mirror Image" and wonder if the ticket agent and washroom attendant are all part of the plan to make Millicent believe she's crazy. We also review "The Mirror" and share our theories on whether or…
 
Tonight Tom Elliot is joined by the President of the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation, Nick Parisi to get updates on all of the work they’re doing to celebrate the life of Rod Serling, including Serling-Fest 2021. Visit the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation at RodSerling.com Please consider joining The After Hours Club and supporting The Twilight Zone…
 
Tonight Tom Elliot broadcasts from across the dimensions on parallel cruises, both of which are captained by Charles Beaumont. Join Tom as he examines Beaumont’s short story Song For a Lady to see how it compares to Beaumont’s final season four episode, Passage on the Lady Anne. Please consider joining The After Hours Club and supporting The Twilig…
 
I’ll go out on a limb here and state unequivocally that James Best is in the best two scary Twilight Zone episodes of the entire show. Darrell may or may not agree with me, but we discuss the noire feel of "The Grave" and the playful, yet thought-provoking take on "The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank" too. Both episodes were written and directed by t…
 
The first ever guest on The Twilight Zone Podcast returns to speak with Tom a decade on! Mr Sci-Fi himself, Marc Scott Zicree is back to talk about Space Command, Serling-Fest 2021, changing perspectives on The Twilight Zone and an exciting upcoming project Twilight Zone Commentaries! CLICK HERE to register your interest for Marc’s Twilight Zone Co…
 
When you look at the beginning and the ending efforts of arguably the best genre tv show in history, you need to expect there might be low’s and high’s to discuss. Furthermore, you‘d expect the first episode to have more lows than the last, simply because it is still finding its footing. But that isn’t the way we saw it. Episode one‘s story misdire…
 
Join Tom Elliot on a journey to the world of tomorrow! When we visit the far future of 2021 – Pack your bags, because On Thursday We Leave For Home. Please consider joining The After Hours Club and supporting The Twilight Zone Podcast on Patreon Submit feedback to The Twilight Zone Podcast: tom@thetwilightzonepodcast.com…
 
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