Scifi TV Review: The Twilight Zone (2019) Season One Episode Four: A Traveler

The Twilight Zone has been a mainstay for me for most of my life.  Along with Star Trek, The original Twilight Zone series was a one that I would watch regularly with my dad. Every night in syndication we would watch another of the Rod Serling classic tales and I would find myself swept into another dimension, a detention not only of sight and sound but of mind. This time however, writer Director Jordan Peele is at the helm and, after two successful films, he takes on the classic started sixty years ago.  

Scifi TV Review: The Twilight Zone (2019) Season One Episode Three: Replay

The Twilight Zone has been a mainstay for me for most of my life.  Along with Star Trek, The original Twilight Zone series was a one that I would watch regularly with my dad. Every night in syndication we would watch another of the Rod Serling classic tales and I would find myself swept into another dimension, a detention not only of sight and sound but of mind. This time however, writer Director Jordan Peele is at the helm and, after two successful films, he takes on the classic started sixty years ago.  

Scifi TV Review: The Twilight Zone (2019) Season One Episode Two: Nightmare at 30,000 Feet.

The Twilight Zone has been a mainstay for me for most of my life.  Along with Star Trek, The original Twilight Zone series was a one that I would watch regularly with my dad. Every night in syndication we would watch another of the Rod Serling classic tales and I would find myself swept into another dimension, a detention not only of sight and sound but of mind. This time however, writer Director Jordan Peele is at the helm and, after two successful films, he takes on the classic started sixty years ago.  

Scifi TV Review: The Twilight Zone (2019) Season One Episode One: The Comedian

The Twilight Zone has been a mainstay for me for most of my life.  Along with Star Trek, The original Twilight Zone series was a one that I would watch regularly with my dad. Every night in syndication we would watch another of the Rod Serling classic tales and I would find myself swept into another dimension, a detention not only of sight and sound but of mind. This time however, writer Director Jordan Peele is at the helm and, after two successful films, he takes on the classic started sixty years ago.  

A Life of Faith and Determination, a conversation with Actor Kirk Taylor.  Part One, Loaves and Fishes.

Today we welcome Actor Kirk Taylor to the Late To The Game for the first of a two part interview where he discusses his journey into acting and his time working with film greats such as Julius Carry, Charles Bronson, Stanley Kubrick and how he cleverly gained a speaking role in the Francis Ford Coppola film, The Cotton Club. Kirk has been in numerous productions over the years and, when not acting, he has started teaching actors and even recording music of his own. So allow me to present: A Life of Faith and Determination, an interview with Actor Kirk Taylor.  Part One, Loves and Fishes.