Tag Archives: Rod Serling

The Twilight Zone: The Changing of the Guard (1962)

With an episode that concerns a suicide attempt of it’s main character, you could understandably be confused when I say it is not only one of my favorite Twilight Zone episodes but one of the best “Christmas Themed” TV episodes. … Continue reading


Night Gallery: The Sins Of The Fathers/You Can’t Get Help Like That Anymore (1972)

This creepy episode of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery originally aired on the NBC network on the night of February 23rd, 1972. The first tale stars Richard Thomas (The Waltons), Michael Dunn (The Wild Wild West), Geraldine Page (The Rescuers), and … Continue reading


Night Gallery: A Question Of Fear & The Devil Is Not Mocked (1971)

Originally airing on Oct. 27th, 1971 this second season episode of the Night Gallery presented the viewer with two tales. A Question of Fear stars Leslie Nielsen (Creepshow) as Col. Dennis Malloy who pits his courage against the boast of … Continue reading


Twilight Zone – Examination Day (1985)

With the Retroist’s great podcast on the 1985 revival of the Twilight Zone posted earlier today, I thought I would share one of the handful of episodes that I can clearly remember watching from back in my youth. I’ve gone … Continue reading


Retroist Podcast – Episode 096 – Twilight Zone 1985

On today’s show we talk all about the too short lived TV revival, The Twilight Zone, sometimes called The New Twilight Zone or just The Twilight Zone. I talk about how it was made, the people behind it, the narration … Continue reading


Night Gallery: Class of ’99 (1971)

Debuting on September 22nd on NBC back in 1971, the Class of ’99, is a chilling short starring the legendary Vincent Price, as well as Brandon de Wilde and Randolph Mantooth. It was written by Rod Serling and like many … Continue reading


The New Twilight Zone: The Shadow Man (1985)

I have always, always been a very big fan of Rod Serling’s TV masterpiece we know as the Twilight Zone. I grew up to be a devotee to Rod Serling in general so I naturally love Night Gallery as well … Continue reading