tz serling

Twilight Zone: The Fever (1960) – TZ CLASSIC TV REVIEW

By Geno McGahee “That monster stole my dollar!”—Franklin (Everett Sloane) Everyone knows somebody with a gambling problem. In fact, most of my family has a gambling problem. How many times do you see an elderly man, high on Viagra, screaming “let it ride” while playing Bingo, only to later find out that “let it ride” […]

tz serling

Twilight Zone: Where is Everybody? (1959) – Classic TV REVIEW

By Geno McGahee This was the very first Twilight Zone episode and concerns a man alone in a town. Mike Ferris (Earl Holliman) wanders aimlessly and confused, seeking humanity but not finding it anywhere. He roams into a diner looking for some grub and the place is empty…not a soul. He sees a woman in […]

roddymcdowall

Night Gallery: The Cemetery (1969) – Horror TV Show Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza Tied only with the fourth incarnation of Dragnet (including both the radio program and movie), The Twilight Zone (1959) is my favorite television show of all time.  I think few fans of the genres would disagree that Rod Serling’s masterpiece is the finest horror/sci-fi series ever produced. It goes without saying […]

savalas

Twilight Zone: Living Doll (1963) -Netflix Instant Watch

Reviewed by Melissa Garza “I’m Talking Tina – and I’m going to kill you” As we are fast approaching Halloween, horror films have found themselves on the shelves of stores once again.  It’s great to walk in and see more than the Saw series available for purchase at shops like Best Buy. One of the […]

twilight zone

Twilight Zone: A Nice Place to Visit (Netflix Instant Watch)

Reviewed by Melissa Garza   Criminal and cop killer Rocky (Larry Blyden) dies in a shootout.  He awakes and meets Mr. Pip (Sebastian Cabot) who is all dressed in white.  Rocky robs him at gets $700 from him but it doesn’t faze Pip who says he has more to show. He leads Rocky to his […]

drive

The Twilight Zone: You Drive (1964) Netflix Instant Watch

Reviewed by Melissa Garza  “Some maniac smashed into him and left him lying in the rain.” – Pete Radcliff (Kevin Hagen) Oliver Pope (Edward Andrews) drives home after a long day of work.  His mind isn’t on driving though.  Instead, he is thinking about his job and how another employee is aiming for it.  Though, Pope […]

cliff

The Twilight Zone: Of Late I think of Cliffordville (1963) – Netflix Instant Watch

  Reviewed by Melissa Garza  “He cried because he had no more worlds to conquer.” – Hecate (Wright King)  William Feathersmith (Albert Salmi) is a ruthless old tycoon who lacks decency and conscience.  He gained his riches and powers with conniving methods and deceitful ways.  All who work for him despise him, and talk behind his […]

timeenoughatlast

Twilight Zone: Time Enough at Last (1959)

 By Melissa Garza Burgess Meredith is one of the finest screen actors of all time.  He can captivate easily.  In many ways, he was the reason the original Rocky was such a success.  His personality and talent easily grabs the audience and doesn’t let go. The same is true for his performance as Mr. Henry […]

goodlife

The Twilight Zone: It’s a Good Life (1961)

Reviewed by Melissa Garza “He shouldn’t have thought those bad thoughts- that’s why I made him go on fire. – Anthony (Bill Mumy) I just finished watching an episode of The Twilight Zone on Netflix. “It’s a Good Life” is one of my favorite episodes. The 1980s movie version had a reimagining of the episode […]

blair witch 2

Blair Witch Project Part 2: Book of Shadows (2000) – Movie Review

Reviewed by Melissa Garza In 1999, The Blair Witch Project was released and became a cultural phenomenon and a huge success making 248 million dollars on a 1.5 million budget. It was a film that would have been destined to be a cult classic but instead found the mainstream. Some fans believed it to be […]

escape clause

Twilight Zone: The Escape Clause (1959) -movie review

                                            By Melissa Garza “Four years pre-med, four years medical school…and what is he, a quack!” Walter Bedeker (David Wayne) is a hypochondriac.  He constantly calls his doctor for different issues including back pains, head pains, colds, and every other possible contagious disease or ailment.  When he is told that all of the illnesses plaguing […]

of late

The Twilight Zone: Of Late I think of Cliffordville (1963)

Reviewed by Melissa Garza “He cried because he had no more worlds to conquer.” – Hecate (Wright King) William Feathersmith (Albert Salmi) is a ruthless old tycoon who lacks decency and conscience. He gained his riches and powers with conniving methods and deceitful ways. All who work for him despise him, and talk behind his […]