The Twilight Zone: 40th Anniversary Gift Pack 1999 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This massive 6-disc collection includes “The Twilight Zone, Volumes 1-5,” featuring 19 classic episodes, plus “Rod Serling, Submitted for your Approval” (1998, 90 min.), a comprehensive and fascinating biography of the late Rod Serling, creator of “The Twilight Zone!” Episodes: “Night of the Meek” - A forlorn department store Santa has a surprisingly nice Christmas. “The Invaders” - An woman in an isolated house is stalked by tiny spacemen. “Nothing in the Dark” - An old woman believes a wounded policeman is really Death. “Time Enough at Last” - A nuclear war leaves a bookworm with time to read. “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” - The residents of a quiet street suspect an alien invasion. “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” - A nervous man spots a gremlin on the wing of his plane. “The Odyssey of Flight 33” - A peculiar tailwind blows a plane off course—by a billion years. “Steel” - A penniless manager fights, disguised as his robot boxer. “A Game of Pool” - A pool player dreams of playing against the late great Fats Brown. “Walking Distance” - A frazzled executive steps back in time and meets—himself! “Kick the Can” - An old man discovers the secret to regaining youth. “Mr. Dingle, the Strong” - A man is given super strength by a Martian experimenter. “Two” - Two survivors from opposing sides of a nuclear war must start a new world. “A Passage for Trumpet” - After his suicide, an trumpeter is given a second chance. “The Four of Us are Dying” - A man with the ability to change his face devises a plan to elevate himself. “Long Distance Call” - Billy’s toy telephone receives calls from his dead Grandma! “I Sing the Body Electric” - A young girl learns to accept her new grandmother—a robot! “The Lonely” - A convict jailed on an asteroid is given a female robot companion. “Probe 7, Over & Out” - The lone survivors of two annihilated planets must begin new lives.
About The Twilight Zone: 40th Anniversary Gift Pack (1999)
Starring: Rod Serling, Jay Overholts, Vaughn Taylor, Robert McCord, Jack Klugman,
Runtime: 127 minutes
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