Anthology - The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, and Classic Sci-Fi Podcast
About This Show
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. Each podcast includes a bonus review of a movie or show related to the week's main topic.
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, and more. Bonus episodes are also planned for modern sci-fi anthology shows like Black Mirror, Dimension 404, and Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick.
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Most Recent Episode
031 – A World of His Own (The Twilight Zone S01E36) + Somewhere in Time (1980)
Dec 25 16
This week, Matt reviews episode 36 from The Twilight Zone’s first season: A World of His Own. He concludes the episode with a bonus review of Somewhere in Time, the 1980 time travel romance film written by Richard Matheson, based on his novel Bid Time Return. Tweet your thoughts on the podcast and The Twilight Zone itself @ObsessiveViewer. You can also reach the show on Anthology’s Facebook Page, email at Matt(at)ObsessiveViewer(dot)com, or call and leave a voicemail for the show: (317) 762-6099. Click here to DONATE and support Anthology Direct Download Link: http://traffic.libsyn.com/anthologypod/AP31.mp3 iTunes Google Play Runtime: 1:04:17 Timestamps Intro - 00:33 A World of His Own - 02:13 Obsessive Viewer Promo - 45:15 Bonus Review: Somewhere in Time (1980) - 46:07 Thank You! - 57:58 Outro - 1:02:19 Related Links The Goodbye short film Obsessive Viewer Podcast - This week's promo clip came from The Obsessive Viewer podcast episode 182 – Sausage Party Review – Suicide Squad, Eye in the Sk
Rated 5 out of
Unique look at a beloved classic
This podcast provides a fresh perspective and an overall unique look at Rod Serling's beloved series and explores some interesting titles from the era either directly or indirectly related to The Twilight Zone. A lot of fun to listen to.
Date published: 2016-06-26