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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #525 on: November 27, 2017, 12:09:22 PM »
I remember how much fun it watching the show first run. I was in 7th grade and we had just moved. It was great coming home from school to catch it each afternoon. I recently DVR'd the movies they made in '70 and '71. Looking forward to seeing them as it's been ages.

I recently rewatched House of Dark Shadows. Enjoyed it alot but it does feel a little too fast paced due to the sloooooooooooow pace of the show. Ha!
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #526 on: December 03, 2017, 07:45:03 PM »
I may be asking Santa for The Walking Dead on DVD.  My wife has never seen it.  She wants to try.  I’d start watching Season 1 with her.  I saw Seasons 1-3 without her.

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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #527 on: December 03, 2017, 08:13:49 PM »
Doctor Who: The Armegeddon Factor(1979)
Voyage to the Bottom Of the Sea: Submarine Sunk Here(1964)
Lost In Space: The Sky Is Falling(1965)
The Time Tunnel: The Reign Of Terror(1966)
Land Of the Giants: Double-Cross(1968)
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #528 on: December 27, 2017, 04:23:49 AM »

Just finished watching:


"Monsters" 

The complete re-mastered anthology series from "Tales from the Darkside" Executive Producer, Richard P. Rubinstein.  Three seasons, 72 episodes on 9 discs, that originally aired 1988-1990.

The show plays a lot like episodes of "Eerie, Indiana" with story quality that is kinda uneven from week to week.  Overall, I enjoyed them.  Suitable for the younger crowd.  Billed as a horror show, it has a good sprinkling of science-fiction tales.

Each show opens with a family of monsters settling down in front of their TV to watch their favorite program.

With Guest Stars like: Adrienne Barbeau, Linda Blair, Tempestt Bledsoe, Steve Buscemi, Gina Gershon, Frank Gorshin, Pam Grier, Rich Hall, Deborah Harry, Ashley Laurence, Darren McGavin, Meat Loaf, Rob Morrow, Laraine Newman, Tom Noonan,  John Saxon, Tony Shalhoub, David Spade, Tori Spelling, Jerry Stiller, Lili Taylor, Meat Loaf, Barbara Billingsly, Imogene Coca, Soupy Sales, Fritz Weaver, Troy Donahue, Carol Lynley, Anne Meara, Karen Valentine, Abe Vigoda, Wil Wheaton, Richard Belzer, Eddie Bracken, Morton Downey, Jr., Russell Johnson, David McCallum, Peggy Cass, George Wallace, and lots of solid character actors whose faces you will recognize, even if you don't know their names.

Episodes
  1. The Feverman
  2. Holly s House
  3. New York Honey
  4. The Vampire Hunter
  5. My Zombie Lover
  6. Where s The Rest Of Me?
  7. The Legacy
  8. Sleeping Dragon
  9. Pool Sharks
10. Pillow Talk
11. Rouse Him Not
12. Fools Gold
13. Glim-Glim
14. Parents From Space
15. The Mother Instinct
16. Their Divided Self
17. Taps
18. The Match Game
19. Rain Dance
20. The Cocoon
21. All In A Day s Work
22. Satan In The Suburbs
23. Mannikins Of Horror
24. La Strega
25. The Face
26. Portrait Of The Artist
27. A Bond Of Silk
28. Rerun
29. Love Hurts
30. The Farmer s Daughter
31. Jar
32. The Demons
33. Reaper
34. The Mandrake Root
35. Half As Old As Time
36. Museum Hearts
37. Habitat
38. Bed And Boar
39. Mr. Swlabr
40. Perchance To Dream
41. One Wolf s Family
42. The Offering
43. Far Below
44. Micro Minds
45. Refugee
46. The Gift
47. The Bargain
48. The Family Man
49. Stressed Environment
50. Murray s Monster
51. Bug House
52. Cellmates
53. Outpost
54. The Hole
55. Small Blessing
56. Shave And A Haircut, Two Bites
57. The Young And The Headless
58. The Waiting Game
59. Sin-Sop
60. A New Woman
61. Malcolm
62. Household Gods
63. The Space-Eaters
64. The Waiting Room
65. Leavings
66. Desirable Alien
67. A Face For Radio
68. Werewolf Of Hollywood
69. Talk Nice To Me
70. The Moving Finger
71. Hostile Takeover
72. The Maker
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #529 on: December 28, 2017, 05:44:53 PM »
Night Gallery: The Dead Man/The Housekeeper(1970)
Doctor Who: The Horns Of Nimon(1980)
Voyage To the Bottom Of the Sea: The Blizzard Makers(1964)
Lost In Space: One Of Our Dogs Is Missing(1965)
The Time Tunnel: The Alamo(1966)
Land Of the Giants: The Lost Ones(1969)
Batman: Death In Slow Motion/The Riddler's False Notion(1966)
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #530 on: December 28, 2017, 07:24:06 PM »
Nothing. Absolutely, nothing.
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #531 on: December 28, 2017, 07:30:08 PM »
Nothing. Absolutely, nothing.

Hmmm...  Not familiar with that show. 

Can I access that by hitting my "ANY" key?
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #532 on: December 28, 2017, 07:35:22 PM »
Hmmm...  Not familiar with that show. 

Can I access that by hitting my "ANY" key?

Yes. In the absolutely nothing category
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #533 on: December 29, 2017, 01:21:47 PM »
Engineering An Empire Marathon - Friday morning through Friday night:

Disc 1:
Greece.
Greece - Age of Alexander
The Aztecs.

Disc 2:
Carthage.
China.
Russia.

Disc 3:
Britain: Blood & Steel.
The Persians.
The Maya: Death Empire.

Disc 4:
Napoleon: Steel Monster.
The Byzantines.
Da Vinci's World.

Disc 5:
ROME.

Disc 6:
Egypt.


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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #534 on: December 31, 2017, 11:32:56 AM »
Voyage To the Bottom Of the Sea: Ghost Of Moby Dick(1964)
Lost In Space: Attack Of the Monster Plants(1965)
The Time Tunnel: Night Of the Long Knives(1966)
Land Of the Giants: Brainwash(1969)
Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive(1980)
Night Gallery: Room With A View/The Little Black Bag/Nature Of the Enemy(1970)
Batman: Hot Off the Griddle/The Cat and the Fiddle(1966)
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #535 on: January 03, 2018, 12:56:29 AM »
Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Disc 1, Side 1
The Ripper
The Zombie
They Have Been . . .
The Vampire

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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #536 on: January 07, 2018, 04:22:50 PM »
Ghost Story  (AKA Circle of Fear) - 1 Season, 1972-1973  (23 episodes)

     This was an hour-long anthology series on NBC

     Created by Richard Matheson and Produced by William Castle Productions


Winston Essex (Sebastion Cabot) of Mansfield House (Hotel del Coronado) introduced the first 13 episodes of “Ghost Story”.  Then the series changed its name to “Circle of Fear” and dropped Cabot’s pleasant Rod Serling-like role for ugly animation and teeth-jarring music for the remaining 10 episodes.

The 13 episodes of “Ghost Story” stuck closely to tales of hauntings, possessions, voodoo, vampires, gypsy potions and the like.

The following 10 episodes of “Circle of Fear” sometimes veer off into complicated tales of disappearances and murder plots.


The episodes:

The New House (Pilot)
The Dead We Leave Behind
The Concrete Captain
At the Cradle Foot
Bad Connection
The Summer House
Alter-Ego
Half a Death
House of Evil
Cry of the Cat
Elegy for a Vampire
Touch of Madness
Creatures of the Canyon
Time of Terror
Death's Head
Dark Vengeance
Earth, Air, Fire and Water
Doorway to Death
Legion of Demons
The Graveyard Shift
Spare Parts
The Ghost of Potter's Field
The Phantom of Herald Square

Featured guest stars such as Patty Duke, Meg Foster, Helen Hayes, Angie Dickinson, Janet Leigh, James Franciscus, Carolyn Jones, Susan Oliver, Jason Robards, John Aston, Patricia Neal, Doug McClure, Martin Sheen, Melvyn Douglas, etc.


I wish they had stuck to the original openings and had gone on for another season.  Maybe they could have polished their story-telling and gained an audience.  As it was, it did not last long enough to go into syndication and probably has been seen by few of you.  I discovered it for the first time on DVD.

Kinda dated, but not bad.
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #537 on: January 08, 2018, 06:25:02 PM »
The Munsters
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #538 on: January 09, 2018, 11:26:57 AM »
The Munsters

Same here. Got the complete series for Christmas. The Pilot sure was different! Never seen it before.
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Re: TV on DVD What are you watching now?
« Reply #539 on: January 11, 2018, 08:13:53 AM »
Star Trek Season 2 and The Munsters Season 1. "The Immunity Syndrome" and "Munsters on the Move".
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