My taste vary. I love a good, blood stained horror, but also a well written kids story. Lots of Sci-Fi, but also Hist. Fiction. No boring!!!
This has six stories:
Night Call by Richard Matheson
Long Live Walter Jamieson by Charles Beaumont
The rest were written by Rod Serling and are titled, The lateness of The Hour, The Thirty Fathom Grave, The Man In The Bottle, and Night of the Meek.
My Favorite was the first story, written by Matheson, who Stephen King mentions as one of his favorite writers. The story is great and the actors do a fantastic job of building up the suspense. I was nervous during the whole story. The Lateness of the Hour was really good and the rest were good. Night of the Meek is the story in which Art Carney played the lead on the TV show. He is not in this production of course.
The production which was mastered by Dennis Etchison is fantastic and will take you back. Everything is professionally done and really adds to the atmosphere. I am planning on listening to all the volumes. Etchison also does a Fangoria series that is very well done. I will be listening to all of those also.
I love The Twilight Zone and will be getting the Volumes. Beaumont, Matheson and Serling, wrote the majority of the episodes. They were great writers. This story falls a little short. It is predictable and really not scary. The production and the narration are excellent and really enhance the experience. For the small amount of money it is, you might want to give it a try.
No surprises in the plot, as the summary tells the whole story. The production is top notch and I liked the story and I will be getting more of these. I also thought it was an interesting concept. Next time your in a late night rip and run, take notice of the cashier, he might not be all there.