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Twilight Zone: The Movie
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Posted 3 years 7 months ago
lol@the heads was rolling joke, it's fucced up but funny yell
Posted 5 years 1 day ago
it's the midnght special shine a light on me!
Posted 5 years 9 days ago
i never even knew there was a movie but i love watching reruns of the show
Posted 5 years 3 months ago
Heads where rolling when this movie was made.
Posted 5 years 8 months ago
Not as good as the TV show, but still awesome.
Posted 6 years 2 months ago
"Wanna see something really scary?"
Posted 6 years 3 months ago
i loved this film,and the original series from 1959 through to 1964 is my fave of all time,i never get bored watching them,if you have never seen the series check it out its just great.
Posted 6 years 6 months ago
Twilight Zone is always good especially the movie. To me, I think that the new Twilight Zone was too intense because every episode seemed to have a sad ending.
Posted 7 years 29 days ago
watching this movie on hbo family. Ya the N word and that stuff oh ya thats a good family movie to watch on a wet rainy or sony cold night in happy Minnesota. But the movie is ok. 3.5 stares
Posted 7 years 3 months ago
That gremlin from the last segment of the film looked like Christy Canyon's......nevermind.
Posted 7 years 3 months ago
Vic Morrow died making this movie.
Posted 8 years 4 months ago
I never saw the ending, what was the thing on the wing?
Posted 8 years 10 months ago
Certainly not as good as Serling's show, but a valiant attempt. This movie reeled me in when I was a kid because of the wonderfully weird Jeremy Licht/Kathleen Quinlan and John Lithgow segments -- not to mention the great Aykroyd wraparound (REALLY scary!). I have more appreciation for the Scatman Crothers "Kick the Can" segment now than I did when I was a kid, but it doesn't pack the punch of seeing a mouthless girl and a gremlin on the wing...
Wasn't until years after I first saw it that I found out about the Vic Morrow tragedy, which is even sadder since his segment, which was nearly complete at the time of his death, is easily the weakest link in the film.
I have to mention that there was a fantastic reference on "3rd Rock" where Lithgow and guest William Shatner both reveal that they saw a gremlin on the wing of a plane! That was classic.
Posted 8 years 11 months ago
The segment with little "innocent" Anthony, "It's a Good Life," was not nearly as creepy as the version with Billy Mumy--that is a creepy episode. "Bye, bye, Ethel." I've never seen the rest of this movie yet--I really wanna see the segment with the Vietnamese kids and Vic Morrow--it scares me that something so tragic like that could happen.
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