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A downside of our technological advances is that all of the older sci-fi based on a collective distrust of gadgets is now laughably antiquated.
There wasn't a lot of experimentation like this going on on television in the early '60s, and if some of the elements... can seem a little broad to modern eyes, that thought is canceled out, I think, by just how gutsy all of this is.
In its second season, the show took some risks-some worked... and some didn't... but the overall impression is one of a solid, smart collection of genre tales which are greater than the sum of their parts.
The comedy episodes are disposable, the scary ones are gold.
The visceral rush of this particular episode was followed soon after by a philosophical one. These were scares you could learn by.
Some of the smartest, scariest, and eeriest entertainments ever committed to film.
"Twenty Two" is basically a prequel to Final Destination, but I mean that as a compliment.
The main allure of this episode was the complete absenceof dialogue until the very end.
The Twilight Zone continues to be shocking and deeply creepy - the stuff nightmares are made of.
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