The Twilight Zone: Vol. 22 2000 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This volume includes:
“A Word of Difference” (Episode 23, March 11, 1960)—Arthur Curtis (Howard Duff) thinks he’s an average businessman living a normal life. Or is he an actor playing a businessman in an office that’s really a set?
“Back There” (Episode 49, January 13, 1961)—Russell Johnson is Peter Corrigan, a man who travels back in time to the date of President Lincoln’s assassination. Will his presence have any impact at all—can he actually change history?
“One More Pallbearer” (Episode 82, January 12, 1962)—Eccentric millionaire Paul Radin offers the use of his bomb shelter to three people who wronged him. But the price—an apology—may be too high.
“Ring a Ding Girl” (Episode 133, December 27, 1963)—Hollywood film star Bunny Blake gets an unusual gift from her hometown fan club: a ring that shows old friends’ faces, letting her know she’s needed back home, where she’s about to play the biggest role of her life.