Remembering Bill Paxton’s New Wave Band Martini Ranch: a look back at the late actor’s little-known musical career. The death of Bill Paxton has sent shock waves through Hollywood and to his legion of fans. His untimely passing has put his memorable career into the spotlight, and a poignant reminder of his impact. Generation X […]
Welcome to our 2nd installment of the Most Underrated TV Shows of all time. To check out entries 40-30, and to see the criteria for my choices, click here to read Part 1. I’ll have Amazon links where available for any unsung treasures you’d like to own. 29. The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers (1986-1989-Syndicated) […]
In honor of the late Richard Matheson, here’s our list of his best Twilight Zone Episodes, just in time for the July 4th Syfy Marathon. I recently wrote about the legacy of sci-fi writer Richard Matheson who recently passed away. And part of that legacy involves the memorable Twilight Zone episodes that he wrote. The Twilight […]
As Syfy’s Twilight Zone New Year’s Marathon approaches, I ponder what makes this show as timeless as infinity, and The Best Show Ever. From the first time I saw it, The Twilight Zone cast its spell upon me. I never saw the world the same way again. With Syfy’s Twilight Zone New Year’s Eve Marathon […]
Top 20 Best Twilight Zone Episodes Part 2 Okay, so here we are for 2nd installment of the Top 20 Best Twilight Zone episodes. Before reading be sure to read Part 1 of the series, to see what you missed. In the words of Rod Serling: “Submitted for your approval”…: 12. “To Serve Man” An Alien ship […]
Top 20 Best Twilight Zone Episodes. It’s almost that time of year again! Syfy Channel will once again air its annual July 4th Twilight Zone Marathon. The Twilight Zone remains the best show ever made in television history. Creator Rod Serling’s classic fusion of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy has blown people’s minds ever since its debut […]
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