Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast
About This Show
Craig Beam (My Life in the Shadow of The Twilight Zone) jumps into the Twilight Zone podcast fray with his own unique and sometimes confusing take on the show. There will be swears, and lots of 'ums' and 'uhs.'
Most Recent Episode
1x09 "Nocturnal Immersions"
5 days ago
This week, Craig celebrates his birthday by spotlighting two of his all-time favorite Twilight Zone episodes: “Perchance to Dream” and “Shadow Play,” two masterpieces from the mind of Charles Beaumont. Tangents include Craig’s unresolved crush on Maya the Cat Girl and his lamentable inability to dream in the third person. Fan favorite Dr. Reba Wissner pops in to set him straight about the curious lack of the Theremin in The Twilight Zone, and of course he gets the usual familial abuse from Teresa and Kendyl. Happy birthday, my ass. Dr. Reba Wissner’s A Dimension of Sound: Music in The Twilight Zone https://www.amazon.com/Dimension-Sound-Music-Twilight-Media/dp/1576472167/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1478659363&sr=8-1&keywords=reba+wissner Dr. Reba Wissner’s We Will Control All That Your Hear: The Outer Limits and the Aural Imagination https://www.amazon.com/Will-Control-All-That-Hear/dp/1576472531/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1478659363&sr=8-2&keywords=reba+wissner http://www.dreams.ca/interpretation.htm “Windmills of Your Mind” by Noel Garrison (from the album The Thomas Crown Affair original motion picture soundtrack, copyright 1998 by Rykodisc) “The Technological Womb” by Mysteries of the Universe (from the album The Erotic Nature of Automated Universes, copyright 1995 by Instinct Records) “Smokey Sax” by Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra (from the album Film Noir: Vintage Cinema Classics, copyright 2015 by Megatrax Music) Opening theme: “Neither Here nor There” by Twin Loops Between Light and a Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast is a nonprofit podcast. Music clips and dialogue excerpts used herein are the property of their respective copyright owners; we claim no ownership of these materials. Their use is strictly for illustrative purposes and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107.