This week we start off Season 3 of the Twilight Zone joined by friend of the show, El Goro of the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, as we take a look at episode one, titled 'Two'. We meet a man and a woman on opposing sides of a conflict that has devastated the world. Will the color of their uniforms keep them from finding a common ground?
This week we take another detour and head back to 1977 to watch the Don Siegel film, Telefon. A Russian records keeper has fled the country with a top secret document that allows him to locate and activate deep cover sleeper agents in the United States. The Russian government, not wanting to let the US know about the 50+ seeded agents they have stateside, reaches out to the one man who can track down this rogue agent, Major Grigori Borzov aka Charles Bronson. His accent may not be strong but his results are.
This week we take a look at 1981's The Monster Club, a weird little anthology hybrid horror/comedy/rock and roll show that stars Vincent Price, John Carradine, and Donald Pleasence. We learn what a Shadmock is, to beware of men with violin cases, and whatever the hell a Humgoo is. Monsters rule, Ok?
This week Kevin and Paul take a look at the 1994 made for TV special Rod Serling's Lost Classics. Hosted by James Earl Jones, it presents two stories previously unpublished stories that Carol, Rod's wife, found in a trunk in their attic. The first tale, The Theater, is about a lady who ends up seeing parts of her past, and possible future, play out in front of her on a movie theater screen. The second tale, Where the Dead Are, is about a doctor in 1868 who views death as an opponent to be defeated and after an emergency surgery on a man that should have been dead years before, the doctor heads to a mysterious island where death isn't the worst thing that can happen.
This week Kevin and Paul take a slight detour into the 1980's anthology series, Amazing Stories. First up is Ghost Train, directed by Steven Speilberg, which is about a grandfather that is convinced a train he missed as a child is coming back to pick him up. And the second one is Mummy Daddy, a story about an actor that is stuck in a mummy costume who is trying to get to the hospital in time for the bith of his child.
Join us as we take a step back and look at the Twilight Zone Season Two. We go over some highlights of the season, share our Bottom 5 and Top 5 episodes, and never forget about Hyperion, the dangers of windows, and the soft taste of Oasis cigarettes.
This week Kevin, Paul, and special guest El Goro of the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, meet Mr. Romney Wordsworth, a liabrian in a future where books are outlawed. He is standing before the Chancellor and the State facing the charge of becoming obsolete...
This week Kevin and Paul end up drinking a lot of cups of coffee at the Hi-Way Cafe with six, no wait, seven passengers whose bus is stopped due to a snowstorm. Suddenly two Troopers enter to let eveyone know that they followed a set of foot prints that led to the diner from a crashed object that landed in the nearby frozen pond...