94 episodes

TV TERROR explores television's darker corridors: classic shows like The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, and the Movie-of-the-Week golden age that gave us telefilms like Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Salem's Lot, and The Night Stalker. We've got a penchant for those nearly-forgotten treasures of the tube, and this is where we share our discoveries. So, grab your remote and a wooden stake and join us, won't you?

TV TERROR Anthony Rotolo

    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 23 Ratings

TV TERROR explores television's darker corridors: classic shows like The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, and the Movie-of-the-Week golden age that gave us telefilms like Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Salem's Lot, and The Night Stalker. We've got a penchant for those nearly-forgotten treasures of the tube, and this is where we share our discoveries. So, grab your remote and a wooden stake and join us, won't you?

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Mayberrian Librarian ,

The best of its kind

This is an exquisitely written and produced podcast, hands down the most professional and flawless I have happened across in nearly 10 years of scrolling up and down the dial, looking for the truly unique and wonderful. From the haunted house episode of “The Andy Griffith Show” to the forgotten made-for-TV shocker “A Cold Night’s Death,” host Anthony Rotolo continues to champion the finest esoterica from the golden age of prime time weirdness. I once heard Mr. Rotolo’s unsurpassed presentation described as “NPR-like,” and I think this emphasizes the obvious care and consideration that goes into each episode. I have listened to most episodes at least twice—such are their riches—and I never fail to be delighted by some new unexplored, unfamiliar avenue. The episode about “The Last Dinosaur” led me to Richard Boone’s philosophical gunfighter Paladin and “I Bury the Living,” both of which were profound discoveries. If you are an aficionado of strange and unusual pop culture, this podcast should be your first stop. You will not be disappointed.

Totally not Christopher Walken ,

Fantastic nostalgia fix

I love to think back to my childhood and teen years and all of the fun I had watching schlock on the TV. Antony does a great job bringing up topics and specific memories from my past even though he wasn't there! Kinda creepy now that I think about it. This podcast if a great little reminder of how the 70's and 80's television was far better than most of us give it credit for.

micksmitty ,

It's a BOO-TUBE Fright!

A scary walk down memory lane.About tv shows or tv-movies with a horror theme.Very informative and fun.Highly recommend!

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