You’re traveling to another dimension. A dimension not of sight and sound but of mind. There’s the sign post up ahead. Your next stop, the Twilight Zone. The original Twilight Zone show needs no introduction. Rod Sterling’s dulcet tones are known throughout the horror anthology community. His show was a landmark, an incredible mix of horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and intrigue that was never before seen. But how did it end? Did it end on as good of a note as everyone wanted? Let’s find out with it’s very last episode, The Bewitchin’ Pool.
You’re traveling to another dimension. A dimension not of sight or of sound but of mind. A dimension NOT hosted by Rod Sterling. Yes, fright fans, the Twilight Zone is probably one of the most well known horror/sci-fi anthology franchises in entertainment history. But did you know that there were two revivals of the original concept? One revival happened during the 1980s and another revival happened just over a decade ago in the early 2000s. Obviously, these new takes were not hosted by the late great Rod Sterling. Instead, the latest version was hosted by Forest Whitaker of all people. So, does this show have the same impact as the original or is it dead on the table? Let’s find out with the second episode, One Night at Mercy.
I’m not much of a sports fan. I don’t really hate sports, I just don’t go out of my way to watch any. Still, I understand why some people go nuts over them. Getting caught up in the crowd and cheering for your favorite team is a great thrill sometimes.
WELCOME, FOOLISH MORTALS! The month of Halloween is knocking on our door. And, as you may or may not know, Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday. And, as I would like to make up for lost time, I am making a vow here and now! I will do at least one blog a day every day in October! However, I’m not just going to blog about ANYthing all month. No, this month is going to have a central theme. Welcome, one and all, to the first ever Crypt-ober!
Ladies, gentlemen, and all other configurations of beings, I give you the long awaited second episode of the Spook Factor! I count down my top 13 favorite creepy kids show intros!
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Written, Shot, and Directed by Richard “Daffy” Rodriguez
Edited by Laura Fanjoy
Why did this show take so long? Life got in the way. BUT! We’re back and I’m already working on the next script. I’m really happy with how this came out. Hopefully, I can get the show running at least semi-regularly. Enjoy and feel free to leave a comment below!