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The Twilight Pwn features a weekly review and discussion of each and every episode of Rod Serling's classic television show The Twilight Zone

Twilight Pwn: A Twilight Zone Podcast John & Fred

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The Twilight Pwn features a weekly review and discussion of each and every episode of Rod Serling's classic television show The Twilight Zone

    Episode 177 - Nightmare at 30,000 Feet (2019 Reboot)

    Episode 177 - Nightmare at 30,000 Feet (2019 Reboot)

    In the one hundred and seventy-seventh episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “Nightmare at 30,000 feet" the second episode from Jordan Peele's reboot of Rod Serling’s classic show The Twilight Zone. Topics include Russian soccer, John's growing distaste for Easter Eggs, and the start of some major podcast beef. 
    John’s Rating: 6-
    Fred’s Rating: 5
    IMDB Rating: 7.1

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 176 - The Comedian (The Reboot)

    Episode 176 - The Comedian (The Reboot)

    In the one hundred and seventy-sixth episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “The Comedian" the first episode from Jordan Peele's reboot of Rod Serling’s classic show The Twilight Zone. Topics include our new favorite show - The Gower Hour!, why Fred and I got into comedic podcasting, and why you shouldn't invite Fred to an Easter Egg hunt. 
    John’s Rating: 5
    Fred’s Rating: 5
    IMDB Rating: 6.4

     

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 175 - Night Gallery "The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes"

    Episode 175 - Night Gallery "The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes"

    In the one hundred and seventy-fifth episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes" from Rod Serling’s not-quite-as-classic-as-the-Twilight-Zone 70s TV series, The Night Gallery. Topics include the moment Clint Howard became CLINT HOWARD, whether or not it's a plot cheat to blow the world up, and much discussion of Fred's thoughts on The Count of Monte Cristo.
    John’s Rating: 8
    Fred’s Rating: 7
    IMDB Rating: 7.3
     

    • 58 min
    Episode 174 - Night Gallery "The Cemetery"

    Episode 174 - Night Gallery "The Cemetery"

    In the one hundred and seventy-fourth episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “The Cemetery" from Rod Serling’s not quite as classic as the Twilight Zone 70s TV series, The Night Gallery. Topics include our shared poor spelling abilities, whether or not this episode GOT us, and a heated debate regarding proper tea temperature. 
    John’s Rating: 6+
    Fred’s Rating: 5+
    IMDB Rating: 7.3
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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 173 - Night Gallery "Pamela's Voice" and "The Doll"

    Episode 173 - Night Gallery "Pamela's Voice" and "The Doll"

    In the one hundred and seventy-third episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “Pamela's Voice" and "The Doll" from Rod Serling’s not quite as classic as the Twilight Zone 70s TV series, The Night Gallery. Topics include sleep deprivation, the evil doll living in John's closet, and the most uninformed conversation about the Indian caste system you're likely to hear on a podcast all year. 
    John’s Rating: 3
    Fred’s Rating: 4
    IMDB Rating: 7.6
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 172 - Night Gallery - Season Two, Episode Three

    Episode 172 - Night Gallery - Season Two, Episode Three

    In the one hundred and seventy-second episode of the Twilight Pwn, John & Fred discuss “Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay," "With Apologies to Mr. Hyde," and "The Flip-Side of Satan" from Rod Serling’s not quite as classic as the Twilight Zone 70s TV series, The Night Gallery. Topics include John's controversial stance on plants, his affection for organ music, and a new and grooooovy jingle.
    John’s Rating: 3
    Fred’s Rating: 3-
    IMDB Rating: 7.4
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    • 1 hr 33 min

Customer Reviews

Gravydog316 ,

10/10

These 2 goofs make me snort. Nuff said. Sub 2 them.

Graemezone ,

Great

Love the show, but some of the episodes are incomplete. They play to about halfway through, then loop back to an earlier part of the episode. This has happened many times to me. Otherwise, very entertaining and add so much to what I get out of every episode. I hope they keep going after the main series is complete.

Grouchoramone ,

The Schweppes of Comedic Twilight Zone Podcasts

These guys are about two thirds of the way through the TZ canon and are still going strong. The show's tone strikes a great balance between pastiche and partisanship (as Rod Serling would undoubtedly have observed). Entertaining elements of the show include: weekly intro-offs showcasing the hosts' dueling Serling impressions. inevitable MST3K digressions, ginger ale-centric jokes, and a lot of genuinely thoughtful observations along the way.

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