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TV TERROR explores television's darker corridors: classic shows like The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, and the Movie-of-the-Week golden age that gave us telefilms like Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Salem's Lot, and The Night Stalker. We've got a penchant for those nearly-forgotten treasures of the tube, and this is where we share our discoveries. So, grab your remote and a wooden stake and join us, won't you?
 
Anthology is a podcast exploring science fiction anthology television from TV's first golden age beginning with The Twilight Zone. Each week, join host Matt Hurt (The Obsessive Viewer podcast) as he discusses the plot, themes, and trivia of an episode of The Twilight Zone as well as how he felt as a first time viewer of the show. Classic TV shows planned for future seasons of the podcast include The Outer Limits, Tales of Tomorrow, Science Fiction Theatre, Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond, Th ...
 
Xena: Warrior Podcast is a weekly show where three film school grads (Vera, Katie, and Livy) over-analyze the Hades out of Xena: Warrior Princess. This 90’s classic deserves more critical attention and appreciation within the television canon, and that’s where we come in. Watch along with us as we revisit Xena from the beginning.
 
Humans have shared stories for millennia. For most of that time, telling tales was a verbal process. A storyteller would regale an audience with accounts of adventure, bravery, compassion, despair, enlightenment, and fear. Stories were a shared experience, until the advent of inexpensive mass-printing processes in the 19th century which allowed most of us to read to ourselves. Yet, that desire to have a story read aloud is still ingrained in our collective soul. While we still read books for ...
 
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This week on XENA: WARRIOR PODCAST, clear eyes, full bra, can’t lose! Vera, Katie, and Livy are off to the Ghost River Triangle for Minisode 34: Wynonna Earp, the little Syfy show that could. We discuss this Weird Western’s indebtedness to Xena and Buffy, its commitment to putting a happy queer relationship onscreen, and the obstacles it overcame w…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Stuart, episode 7 of Solos’s first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 49:06 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 06:45 Stuart - 10:13 Outro - 46:35 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and …
 
As the owner of a 19th century home, I often think about those lives lived here before us and what they must have been like. As our homes are so much a part of us, do this who have gone before us leave traces of their lives and loves behind. Here is a very short, yet poignant tale of just such an old house. It seems that the author experienced the …
 
Late 19th and early 20th century science fiction writers were fascinated with the wild and relatively unknown regions of the world from which they imagined all manner of invaders from insects to lizards, even giant apes. H.G. Wells was a master of using out irrational fears of the unknown to craft masterful stories that still resonate today. In tod…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Nera, episode 6 of Solos’s first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 50:34 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 05:04 Nera - 06:21 Outro - 48:03 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and supp…
 
Professional baseball in United States dates back more than 150 years. It has been considered the great American sport since the 19th century. Popular sports attract rabid fans as was the case even back in 1910 when Zane Grey wrote Old Well Well. Known for his Western novels, Zane Gray was one of the most popular authors of the 20th century. Gray w…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Jenny, episode 5 of Solos’s first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 47:19 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 05:10 Jenny - 10:31 Outro - 44:48 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and su…
 
Early in the US Civil War, families, particularly those in the western part of Virginia (now the state of West Virginia), were torn apart over conflicting loyalties. This story is a fictional account of one young soldier who chose to fight for his country rather than his state. Ambrose served in the Union Army during the Civil War. He became the mo…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Sasha, episode 4 of Solos’s first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 52:16 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 03:58 Sasha - 05:02 Outro - 49:44 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and su…
 
This week, I review episode 11 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Still Valley. I also share my thoughts on episode 19 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, Barrier of Silence, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:03:26 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 Still Valley - 04:37 Barrie…
 
There is something special about the Old West. Life is the western United States for much of the 19th century was akin to living in another country, which makes sense as it was cobbled together from many diverse societies. Our next story takes place in the Great Southwest and involves a potential love triangle gone very wrong. During his short life…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Peg, episode 3 of Solos’ first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 59:57 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 05:45 Peg - 07:17 Outro - 57:26 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and support…
 
I'm joined by special guest Patricia D to discuss THE LEGEND OF LIZZIE BORDEN (1975), starring Elizabeth Montgomery. We discuss the Borden true crime case in light of the 1975 film and beyond. The 1975 production proves a fine foundation for anyone who is new to the subject. We hope you'll join us for this conversation.…
 
This week, I review episode 10 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Midnight Sun. I also share my thoughts on episode 18 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The World Below, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:15:27 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 The Midnight Sun - 04:15 T…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Tom, episode 2 of Solos’ first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 57:16 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 04:58 Tom - 07:05 Outro - 54:44 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and support…
 
This week, I review episode 9 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: Deaths-Head Revisited. I also share my thoughts on episode 17 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Lost Heartbeat, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:16:07 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 Housekeeping - 03:3…
 
In this bonus episode, I review Leah, episode 1 of Solos first season on Amazon Prime Video. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:00:18 Timestamps Intro - 00:17 Talent Rundown - 03:29 Leah - 12:05 Outro - 57:46 Related Links TVInsider Interview with David Weil Official Anthology Merch - Buy an Anthology shirt and supp…
 
This week on XENA: WARRIOR PODCAST, Black Alert! Vera, Katie, and Livy journey into the unknown with Minisode 33: Star Trek: Discovery. We discuss the production troubles that led to successive showrunner changes and reboots, and the fascinatingly divergent iterations of the Star Trek universe that resulted, from Season 1’s explorations of imperial…
 
This week, I review episode 8 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: It’s a Good Life and its sequel episode from the 2002 series, It’s Still a Good Life. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 2:15:03 Timestamps Intro - 00:25 It’s a Good Life - 04:03 It’s Still a Good Life (The Twilight Zone 2002) - 1:13:34 Patreon Sting…
 
Saki (or H.H. Munro) is considered to be one of the greatest short story masters of all-time for his biting humor and spot on satire as evidenced by the unique story in the form of a playlet. Saki (the pen name of H.H. Munro) was a prolific and witty short storyist of the early 20th century. A 1910 review of his worked stated that “Saki has one of …
 
This week, I review episode 7 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Grave. I also share my thoughts on episode 16 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Stones Began to Move, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:11:41 Timestamps Intro - 00:26 The Grave - 05:18 The Sto…
 
Thankfully, I can now read Hemingway to you. This story is a powerful way to start. It’s a tale of duty, pain, suffering, racism and so much more. It has myriad twists and turns and all manner of fascinating subplots for such a short story. You may need to listen more than once. Hemingway penned this early work at the age of 24, shortly after the b…
 
This week, I review episode 6 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: The Mirror. I also share my thoughts on episode 15 of Science Fiction Theatre’s first season, The Frozen Sound, in a brief spoiler-free bonus review. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Runtime: 1:09:00 Timestamps Intro - 00:26 The Mirror - 04:00 The Frozen So…
 
Since we just shared a cat story, how about another one from our story archive? Here is a biting satire of Victorian Era British upper class from the perspective of the family cat who gains a startling new skill. Saki was the pen name of British author, H.H. Munro who was one of true masters of the short story.…
 
This week, I review episode 5 from The Twilight Zone’s third season: A Game of Pool. I also share my thoughts on its remake from season 3 of the 1980’s Twilight Zone series. Apple Podcasts Google Play Stitcher Direct Download Link Timestamps Intro - 00:25 Original: A Game of Pool - 02:34 Remake: A Game of Pool - 1:06:50 Patreon Stinger - 1:45:45 Ou…
 
Being a dog person, some of my favorite stories feature dogs. It only seems fair to feature a feline character. And you couldn’t ask for a story than one from a two time Pulitzer Prize winner. This story was part of Booth Tarkington’s extremely popular Penrod stories, that, during their day rivaled the popularity of Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer and Huck…
 
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