The Twilight Zone - Fan Favourites
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Pull up a seat and brace yourself for a fantastic voyage into...THE TWILIGHT ZONE! This collection of 19 classic episodes from Rod Serling's legendary series featured some of Hollywood's biggest names and are filled with twists and turns that will take you beyond the deepest realms of imagination!
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Hard to believe that in the past 10 years they couldn't put together a better collection.
One of the most striking qualities of these Twilight Zone Favorites is the way in which they have retained their relevancy. They are obviously set in the time they were filmed, of course, and have accumulated a charming air of nostalgia, but the fears they deal with are still very relevant, for the most part. For example, modern society has come up with quite a few more options for causing the feared apocalypse than cold-war era worries about nuclear annihilation. However, this hardly detracts from the collection's appeal. The special features, however, are not so special, being simple text with a particularly annoying and repetitive sound track. They were informative, but went through pages automatically, rather than at my choice, and at a pace almost too fast to read more than half before it would switch.
Aside from this annoying feature, I would recommend this collection to anyone who is not such a huge fan of the Twilight Zone that they are searching for something more along the lines of the complete series or full seasons. It makes a fairly good introduction to the show, especially as a gift from a fan to a potential fan. Just remember, in the end, we all spend time in the Twilight Zone, if only in our darker dreams.
I mean they missed the bulls-eye on this one. There are a handful of great (famous) episodes on this blu-ray, but the majority are ho-hum episodes (yes there were some)... and they decided to include them in this disc. My question is WHY???? How could you have a "FAN FAVORITES" and not include the episode with Lloyd Bochner (To Serve Man) with a young Richard Keil as one of the TALL aliens.(Cannibus)
Enter this ZONE at your own risk!!