This tale of astronauts stranded on an asteroid may shound familiar to fans of a certain movie series. Tom takes a look at The Twilight Zone’s return to Death Valley.
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In a change from the scheduled episode, Brandi Jackola from The Insideoutcast reads the story that inspired People Are Alike All Over, Paul W. Fairman’s Brothers Beyond the Void.
Tom reviews the second Twilight Zone episode to be based on a Richard Matheson story. Two families plot to steal an experimental ship to escape from impending war.
Another episode of The Twilight Zone featuring someone with a special talent, the ability to change his face at will. George Clayton Johnson contributes his first story to The Twilight Zone.
Tom reviews this tale of a man with a talent; the ability to see what you need. But this tale, originally broadcast on Christmas Day, takes a darker path.
Tom Elliot reads the short story by Lewis Padgett that inspired the Twilight Zone episode What You Need.
Richard Matheson’s first involvement with The Twilight zone. Three pilots return from a space flight, but struggle to stay in existence!
Tom jumps aboard a doomed ship to review this most atmospheric episodes of The Twilight Zone.
Tom takes a look at the first Charles Beaumont penned episode of The Twilight Zone, Perchance to Dream.
The Twilight Zone Podcast introduces one of the most iconic episodes of all, starring one of Twilight Zone’s most beloved actors. Burgess Meredith stars in Time Enough At Last.
The Twilight Zone Podcast submits for your approval its first reading of a short story that inspired an episode. This time round it’s Time Enough at Last, written by Lyn Venable and read by...
The first true science fiction episode of The Twilight Zone lands, and Tom jumps on board the rocket ship to take a look.