Remember The Twilight Zone, those short, weird vignettes from the early days of television? Every episode featured some bizarre, last-minute twist, usually delivered with plenty of over-acting and frantic hysterics.
Blogger photog at Orion’s Cold Fire has embarked on a lengthy mission: to watch and review every episode of The Twilight Zone. Put another way: he watches so you don’t have to.
It’s great fun. You can start reading the reviews here (as he uploads more, you may need to move back a page or two to get to the first one). His review of the first episode is here.
There are 156 episodes (according to Wikipedia), and photog posts one review every evening (seven days a week, it appears), so he’ll be working on this well into 2019.
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