A washed-up reporter takes on nanotechnology as his new assignment. He happens across a new way to clean up oceanic oil spills only to find that the microscopic nanobots will eat just about anything - and everything.
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My taste differs from kid books to gory horror books.
Extremely predictable. You could have wrote a better story. Stacy Keach and the music are the best part. If you have ever watched the new show Crowed (few have, but it is growing on me.), This is the old man.
Dr. Nils Rasmussen
A pretty straightforward and predictable storyline here but a great listen nonetheless. The story is a modern day take on the idea of bringing in cats to kill the snake problem, only to end up being overrun by cats.
Very well produced and acted with some great sound effects.
7.8 / 10
What a great Twilight Zone drama. I was on the edge of the seat, my gut was twisting and goosebumps all over.
Even if this episode is somewhat predictable, it's still worth a listen. They really go full out with the "nanobot menace" idea. Excellent writing - actually presenting some surprisingly interesting visual (yes!) things. Good acting and great sound.
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