Episodes 14-18Retro-reviewed by Ambush BugSEASON 4 of THE TWILIGHT ZONE is a bit of an anomaly of a season.
Directed by Philippe MoraWritten by Tom Holland (screen story and screenplay), Edward Levy (novel)Starring Ronny Cox, Bibi Besch, Paul Clemens, Don Gordon, R.G. OverviewIn the old English village of Gladbury, the village candlestick maker sets out a special Christmas Candle. Not only does the series mysteriously drop the THE in the title, but it also extended itself to an hourlong format. Immediately this film gets DePalma-esque as Karl views another man peeping into her window and seems to get rather peeved at someone trying to out creep him. Wilkinson (screenplay)Starring Noell Coet, Ally Walker, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Richard Riehle, Erica Leerhsen, Charlie O'Connell, Stephanie Erb, Shannon Makhanian, Ian Bamberg & Adam C. Favreau’s JUNGLE BOOK Plus The Next GOTHAM, LAST MAN, SILICON And All The Marvel, DC & Trek News!!!! According to the century’s old Legend every twenty-five years the candle is touched by an angel.
Soon the man at the window enters and attacks the girl, while Karl scurries back to his secret room which contains scores of Nazi paraphernalia, rats, a little white kitten, and of course, what is a secret lair without a female gimp in a cage?
Personally, I like it when storytellers find new and exciting ways to spin a tale, but I’m not all people and for some, when a filmmaker strays too far off the narrative path, he is in danger of losing an audience that may not have the patience or investment to follow.
One of the other pledges, Cassidy (played by the equally beautiful Beverly Rivera), is a descendant of gypsies and calls evil spirits to enact revenge on the sadistic sorority for treating them so awfully. There’re Nazi voyeurs and witches and drugs and serial killers and obscene phone callers.
While some of the TWILIGHT ZONE stories would be great with a little wiggle room to go into more detail and get to know these characters more, other hourlongs feel extremely drawn out with either redundancies occurring throughout or scenes put in simply to extend the running time.
While this is a movie with glaring problems in terms of acting and a slightly convoluted story, the underlying theme is what stands out as what makes this one memorable to me. After killing a woman who infiltrates his apartment, Karl sits at a white table, puts a bullet into a gun, spins the revolver, points it to his temple, and clicks the empty round.
Though they are not wild pack animal children yet, the slippery slope of desperation shows signs that that is exactly where they are headed.
But once the revenge is acted out, Morgan, Cassidy and the other pledges must deal with the curse that goes along with it.This is your basic story of four outsider girls who dabble in witchcraft and the occult in order to attain popularity, power, wealth, and good grades. Call me the old man on the porch screaming at those pesky kids on my well-coiffed lawn, but if in doing so it distances me from the type of person this film focuses on, I will gladly pull my black socks up as high as they can be, slip on my house slippers and boxer shorts and do so.Admitting my bias towards the very culture TOAD ROAD depicts, I can honestly say that despite that bias, TOAD ROAD is an interesting snippet of the dangers of drug use and how tempting it can be toward the younger culture to lead them down a path of doom.
As the young woman is taken to the hospital, she reveals that she has been raped and that her attacker had been watching her for a while. The film also seems to have some Lovecraftian influence as one of the characters is named Dexter Ward, a name taken from Lovecraft’s THE STRANGE CASE OF CHARLES DEXTER WARD which, like this story, involves a man killed by townsfolk who comes back to life by possessing an ancestorIn many ways, THE BEAST WITHIN is a werewolf story with cicadas and a family curse taking the place of wolves. After doing so again and getting himself fired, he agrees to go to therapy, where hypnosis unlocks a monster inside of him. The story follows sisters Evie and Fran, two such orphans who are sticking together and getting by in this adultless world. After meeting with an informant who has roots within the society (Richard Riehle, who seems to pop up in a lot of horror films these days), Rachel is sure there’s some kind of coven of occultists haunting the town after night fall.
This particular subgenre of found footage is a subtle derivation from most found footagers, which only happen to capture the footage that is found. Mark also wrote the critically acclaimed GRIMM FAIRY TALES PRESENTS THE JUNGLE BOOK and its follow up THE JUNGLE BOOK: LAST OF THE SPECIES! Greg,an unsuccessful screenwriter and Rachel,a beautiful journalist research an outbreak of mass hysteria in a small. The story is about the duality of man, with the intellectual ego and superego battling it out with the animalistic id, with the id biting and clawing its way to victory. He is full on madman here, shouting and then whispering, glomming on makeup and saluting Hitler, and branding his victims with swastikas. Upon hearing of his mother’s passing, he returns to his home town, and coincidentally the bodies start piling up being torn to shreds by some kind of monster. After seeing their parents’ minds and bodies wither away in front of them, they are traumatized and desperate to find a safe place. When mysterious men begin following her around town and she starts getting odd phone calls and visits from mysterious strangers, it seems there definitely is some truth to Rachel’s theories. When her father leaves to go on a date, Emily finds herself home alone on Mischief Night, and what begins with pranks like eggs on the windows and spray paint on the garage door ends with a creep in a yellow raincoat and mask stalking her in the shadows. As the candlestick maker fights to keep the legend alive and the young minister fights to modernize the village, the Christmas Candle goes missing. The young girl, Gail, is a carefree teenager; not as outgoing as her friends, but still eager to meet boys and go on dates. These psychological aspects are always good fodder for horror, as man’s struggle with his lighter and darker halves is always fun to watch.
Sara becomes fascinated with looking into the mirror, attesting that she is close to some kind of drug-addled breakthrough.
Her overprotective mother played by Blythe Danner isn’t an evil woman, but one who is leery of Gail trying to spread her wings as she married young and now seems to be regretting it. Here, this story not only dissects this struggle, but it also touches upon the whole nature vs. This band of lost children are somewhat ferocious in their actions towards one another, but for the most part, these evil deeds come to fruition in the form of endless bickering between the group that becomes somewhat of a maddening ordeal to endure as a viewer.
The horrors the film shows are not the sensationalized versions in mainstream horror but the stuff that makes you feel awful after watching. Now, there are plenty of ways to skin a cat, but seeing this theme seems to be indicative of the idea well running a bit dry.


The flashback begins with Gail agreeing to go on a double date with her girlfriend Allison (Robin Mattson) and her boyfriend Phil (played by an ultra-young Dennis Quaid) and a new boy, Steve (CADDYSHACK’s Scott Colomby). While things get rather slasher-esque when Karl decides to clean house and kill all of his tenants, the real fun occurs when Karl gets his cat-and-mouse on when Lori uncovers his perverse preoccupations.The extended chase scenes are fantastic to see unfold.
Basically, this is a film about a man whose savage side is out of control, and anything delving into that type of psychological subject matter is automatically interesting to me. Minutes go by numerous times in this film, as these children argue back and forth with no real reason other than that they are upset over losing their parents. Kandan plays with the timeline of this story and tells a somewhat unconventional and definitely nonlinear story, as Rachel seems to be remembering things she experienced earlier in the film for the first time as if she did not know it occurred at the time. The rest of the cast is pretty good as well, showing acting ranges that are way higher than the budget for SFX which can be somewhat hokey at times, especially during the demonic séance scenes. As things begin to get more dire and Sara convinces James to go with her down Toad Road, the film finally begins to get creepy.
Soon after Scott and Gail become more than friends, she starts receiving notes in her locker and obscene phone calls at both her home and at the home where she babysits. Caroline is found naked and covered in blood and filth by Eli in a horrific scene in the opening, followed by a flash forward 17 years to the present. Schmoeller keeps things tight and claustrophobic taking full advantage of the prezteline maze-work throughout the building.
The film does a good job of not going to places that are too easy or obvious, and it looks like writer Kenneth L.
While this is a somewhat interesting manner of telling a story, it does take a lot of attention and concentration to follow along.
The fascination with drug culture which annoys the shit out of me slowly turns into a much more interesting avant-garde-esque BLAIR WITCH PROJECT. As the messages grow in perverse intensity threatening rape and death, Gloria becomes afraid of everyone and anyone around her.
A child was conceived from that unfortunate incident, and though Eli is a dedicated father to his son Michael (played by a pudgy Paul Clemens), recent medical issues have made it crucial for Eli to come to terms with the fact that Michael is not his natural son and that the real father may hold the key to his son’s medical problems.
The chase never gets boring and Schmoeller does a great job of throwing everything but the kitchen sink in Lori’s way as she tries to escape the pursuing Karl. The only thing stopping the argument is that the warring parties move to another part of the house they are holing up in to argue with another group.
While the film lacks some oompf in the fx department, there are copious amounts of blood, and let us not forget the fantastic performances by Falon Joslyn and Beverly Rivera, two actresses I’d love to see more of. It’s another story about an adult faced with responsibilities who would rather be anywhere but the life he is living in as TZ continues to repeat themes.
Eli and Caroline return to the small town where the rape occurred many years ago in order to find answers to the identity of the rapist and the key to their son’s survival.
Things get really nuts when Karl jumps onto his little Crawlspace-mobile, a plank with wheels that allows him to scoot through the ventilation system faster.
These endless conversations might have been interesting to write out in the script, but go nowhere as far as advancing the plot.
People pop back and forth in and out of the narrative, and while Emily is never really alone, it’s always her and someone else and never two people at once.
While Hingle does a great job acting like a mentally unstable adult and the supporting cast of Nan Martin and Ruth White are equally good as his wife and mother who are forced to cope with an adult suffering a midlife crisis and mental instability, I felt like I’ve seen this story many times before in this very season. Meanwhile, Michael is acting more and more irrational, breaks free from the hospital and feels an unnatural compulsion to return to the small town as well. Though it does add to the creep, the inclusion of the Nazi stuff in this one seems like an odd detail to Karl’s demented persona. The film does this by doing a little research into repressed anger and hypnosis, which is fun to watch play out, since PHANTASM’s Reggie Bannister shows up as the no-nonsense psychologist. Characters seem to hate one another simply because the script needs them to, such as one girl immediately noticing her boyfriend finding the new girl attractive and forcing him to say that he is attracted to this girl they all just met. So if you’re the type who likes to pay close attention and trust a story to make sense by the end, THE SECRET VILLAGE will be your type of thriller. There’s another subplot that never really gets addressed as Emily really wants to go snow skiing in Colorado despite her blindness that had me scratching my head. Had the palpable creep of the legend of Toad Road been ventured down sooner, I think this would have been a much more effective film. Whittier For all its attempts at an unconventional editing style, is a fairly conventional story that ultimately collapses from a disjointed delivery and a disappointing resolution. Hingle is almost too effective as a man-child, making his tantrums annoying as well and running around as if he were ten years old.
Home movies and flashbacks flesh out that Karl is a twisted soul, but one look into Kinski’s whirlwind eyes could have told you that as well. These are moments where PRIMITIVE shines.That said, this is an ultra-low budgeter with a costume that looks like something from the rack.
Hawkins is so good as Edward the serial killer his mood swings and subtle peculiarities sent my serial killer radar into overdrive the first time he’s on camera. Call me crazy, but a blind person skiing sounds like a pretty bad idea.Despite that head-scratcher, MISCHIEF NIGHT is a fun Halloween holiday stalker tale with some definite scenes of tension as the creep in the mask lurks in the shadows unseen by Emily. In the end, though, TOAD ROAD spends a little too much time lingering around the toilet bowl rather than actually trying to scare you, and much less time on even the loosest semblance of a story. Find out where and when you can watch The on TV or online and get the best prices for DVDs of the. A metaphorical take on teenage hormones is also at play here as well, as Michael cannot control these urges, eventually shedding all humanity in order to become a growling and aggressive monster bent on reproducing with a pretty young teenager that has caught human-Michael’s eye. He might as well have been Amish or Martian or Caveman and seeing Kinski would have made it all seem bonkers.


But we are treated to every one of their flashbacks numerous times in the film, even though all of their stories are similar. The film ends rather abruptly, and the reveal of who the killer is proves to be somewhat of a letdown, but the scares are solid throughout. That is just what the thespian did best and he does it perfectly here.The BluRay release has got audio commentary from director David Schmoeller (who also directed PUPPETMASTER and TOURIST TRAP) as well as a fascinating short film called PLEASE KILL MR.
Timpani and Olin also are fantastically believable as they go through horrendous terrors in this film and act like they are not acting throughout. MISCHIEF NIGHT does the stalker film justice by being old-school enough to know what to expect, yet it still does the job of scaring anyway.
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Now, thirty years later, a ship lands with a promise to take the colonists home, but Whitmore has difficulty letting go of his leadership role. Or some random dude we are never introduced to?That’s the basic mystery here, and as long as that mystery is maintained, AYITHA is a powerful little thriller. The pudgy teen just seemed kind of off-putting (even whiny) to me, even before he starts his transformation. KINSKI made by Schmoeller, who discusses how difficult Klaus Kinski was to work with while making the film and how he ultimately survived the experience. Possibly, as the victims of the virus fail to recognize their own children in the latter stages. Across the board, 15: INSIDE THE MIND OF A SERIAL KILLER is a film that will definitely leave a scar after watching.
This is a deeply personal and heartbreaking tale of a man who takes great pride in his purpose in life and not knowing what to do when that purpose is taken away.
It’s hard to sympathize with the guy when you are annoyed with the actor from the get go.
Watch[HD] The Full Free Online With High Quality Greg,an unsuccessful screenwriter and Rachel,a beautiful journalist research an outbreak of mass hysteria in a small. Reminiscent of his iconic role thirty years later as Brooks in SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION, Whitmore once again offers up a soul-searing and memorable performance of a complex individual. But this is when the film takes a swerve into an after school movie with a message that oftentimes the rapist walks away from the crime as it is the woman’s word against her accuser. I think a stronger actor would have made me feel the torment both the actor and the parents felt in this film. That said, though, there are few scenes in the here and now other than the endless arguments and one big brawl that resonate even nearly as much.
It’s not for the squeamish, but those of you who like your horror set to extreme are going to want to venture into 15. While this is a good science fiction story, it is a great character study and one of Serling’s best written episodes.
Though technology has advanced to the stage where rape kits and DNA samples can finger a rapist almost immediately, this movie was filmed in a different time and the shame often shrouding the raped person is evident in this story. It makes one wonder why the story was set after the plague, when the emotional core of the film takes place while it is going on.There is another flashback representative of a possible future of the children where the kids turn to cannibalism in order to survive. But the cult activity has been kept a by the Information on The, cast, quotes, 31st March, director, review, The rating, trailer, release date and producer.
The abrupt ending where Gail explains in a voiceover what happens to her rapist after the final moments is indicative of the well of ideas running dry, the need for a speedy resolution to fit into the two hour time slot the movie required for its place as the movie of the week, and the views on rapists and the raped in the era this film was made.For a solid hour, though, ARE YOU IN THE HOUSE ALONE? This is another unnerving scene, but again, one told to us in flashback rather than acted out in the present, which takes a lot of the weight from it. CHILDREN OF A DARKER DAWN could have been a film of harrowing horror, but the fact that the script needed a nip and tuck and most of the action occurs in the past takes a lot of the impact away from it. This one moves at a patient pace but has a nice build of tension within the allotted hour-long episode and by the final moments, there’s a real sense of stress and dread in the air. But once the killer is revealed, this one begins to show its cards as a Lifetime movie of the week made before its time.
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The transformation scene where Michael spasms and evolves into a completely inhuman man-monster is impressive as multiple bladders inflate and bubble Michael’s head and torso to the point of bursting and then deflating to become something entirely different and monstrous.
The bulging eyes of the final monster was always somewhat goofy looking to me, but the transformation itself is effective as it hit me on a grungy, guttural level that few scenes of its kind accomplish.
Watching this episode literally stopped time for me as the punch line is revealed way too early in the episode and the ending, which is even more inane than the rest of the episode as the writer enlists the help of other historical figures for more writing help, couldn’t have come soon enough.
Not sure why historical figures would be perfect writers for TV in the first place, but I ended up not caring enough to ask by the end. Burman (who also created Sloth for GOONIES, as well as many other iconic horror film fx), and it shows in these transformation scenes, as narratively halting as they are.Fans of fx are going to be entertained by the original way Michael has his transformation, and those who like some thematic weight to their horror have plenty to chew on as well. THE BEAST WITHIN Blu comes with commentaries from director Phillip Mora, actor Paul Clemens, and writer Tom Holland.
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