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Shelf Space: "The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series (Episodes Only Collection)" DVD Review

Twilight Zone: The Complete Series (Episodes Only Collection
Duration: (1959-1964)
Creator: Rod Serling
Company: Image Entertainment
Release Date: Nov. 19, 2013

Episode 244 - "Dark City"

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For maybe the first time in 2013 we all feel the same way about that week's film.

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Episode 239 - "Event Horizon"

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No one besmirches the great name of Laurence Fishburne, and other things we learned this week...

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Episode 180 - "Attack the Block"

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Everyone makes room on their "Best of the Year" lists as we review this raucous British horror comedy.

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Episode 162 - "Priest"

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The team reviews the latest comic book adaptation to hit theaters.

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Pandorum (REVIEW)

It's been quite an interesting summer for science fiction films. "District 9" and "Star Trek" were both critical and financial success for distinct reasons, and left sci-fi fans satisfied. That satisfaction has allowed "Pandorum", a film made specifically with that segment of the audience in mind, to slip under the radar, especially in a season packed with genre related films. For some, that is a shame.

Alien Uprising (REVIEW)

A common tool for science fiction thrillers is the idea of total isolation. Force your protagonists into a situation where no one can possibly come to help them or hear them scream. A common setup for this is to use a desolate planet in the far flung reaches of space, a destination so far out that their nearest neighbor is light years away. Mix this with some dangerous character types such as violent prisoners who are so bad that they can't be trusted around any other life forms, and you have yourself the trappings of a nice little space scare. Such is the setting for "Alien Uprising".

Ben Rock talks "Alien Raiders"

For my money, it's best to do as much as possible practically.

- Ben Rock

So what were the origins of "Alien Raiders"?

It was actually an idea of Dan Myrick's. His idea was to set something fantastic and grandiose like an alien invasion film in the most mundane place of all - a supermarket. The title at the time was actually "Supermarket".

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