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PEE Poll: Best Sci-fi Story teller program
Original Twilight Zone   -3 (60%)
Twilight Zone The Movie   -0 (0%)
Twilight Zone from the 80's   -0 (0%)
Twilight Zone from the 2000's   -1 (20%)
Original Outer Limits   -1 (20%)
Outer Limits from the 90's   -0 (0%)
One Step Beyond   -0 (0%)
Never head of any of them.   -0 (0%)
Total Voters: 5


Space Pope
« on: 07-19-2006 23:17 »

What one you think is the best in my lame Tv/Movie poll?

"Sweet Guinea Pig of Winnipeg!"

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #1 on: 07-20-2006 00:09 »

There was a Twilight Zone movie? Hmmm...

Starship Captain
« Reply #2 on: 07-20-2006 04:33 »

I've only seen the Twilight Zone from the 2000s, and it wasn't bad. Not a show I'd sit down to watch every week, though.

My Dad would, but thats a totally different story.

Space Pope
« Reply #3 on: 07-20-2006 10:53 »

Originally posted by Eyedol7513:
There was a Twilight Zone movie? Hmmm...

Yes and while filming said movie there was a helicopter crash that decapitated 2 children and an actor. It's evil. But also ironic.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #4 on: 07-20-2006 11:44 »

That's not ironic, that's just unfortunate.

DOOP Secretary
« Reply #5 on: 07-20-2006 13:12 »

I remember the Tower of Terror TV movie, that was based on the Twilight Zone: Towere of Terror ride at Disney-MGM Studios, which was based on the Twilight Zone television series. I've seen a bit of the original Twilight Zone, and I've read the script to an episode for English.

Urban Legend
« Reply #6 on: 07-20-2006 14:17 »

I'd have to go with original Twilight Zone, or original Outer Limits.

I haven't seen too much of the Outer Limits. I remember seeing this one about a creature from a two dimentional world getting stuck on earth, and it was great.

However, my vote went to the Twilight Zone, because of Rod Serling. He was the man.
David A

Urban Legend
« Reply #7 on: 07-21-2006 23:54 »

Amazing Stories

Shame on everyone who posted in this thread without mentioning it.
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