Sunday, November 08, 2009

Zoning In Video

Attending the 50th anniversary Twilight Zone "event" at the Egyptian Theater just before Halloween compelled me to finally complete my own video tribute to possibly the most inventive, imaginative television series ever (I started dinking around with putting together the video after finally purchasing the awesome complete series DVD boxset a few months ago). YouTube once again didn't allow me to include the music, but the video's intended to synch with Golden Earring's hit from the early 1980's. Click here for the video.


At 2:06 PM, Blogger Ellen said...

I did like The Twilight Zone. Did you see the show where the writer would write something, and it would really happen to someone. They used this idea in the Will Ferrell movie Stranger Than Fiction.

At 10:58 AM, Blogger Vertigo's Psycho said...

The episode you refer to might be "Printer's Devil" from the show's fourth season, with Burgess Meredith. In that episode, whatever is printed on a newpaper's linotype machine ends up happening.

At 2:37 PM, Blogger Ellen said...

You really must be an expert on the Twilight Zone. Just like in Stranger Than Fiction, the character had to find the writer because she planned to kill the character, and then he really would have died. I do not know the title of the show though. You are probably correct.

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