Recommendations from “The Ray Bradbury Theatre”

Relaxing by the front yard firepit on a chilly New Mexico evening circa 2013.

Relaxing by the front yard firepit on a chilly New Mexico evening circa 2013.

I was in the Navy for the entire time “The Ray Bradbury Theatre” ran in syndication (1985-1992).   I happened to pick up a collection of 65 of its episodes yesterday while at the Hastings bookstore in Farmington.  I have watched less than a dozen of its first episodes (circa 1986) so far, but two I recommend highly for their suspense and general spookiness:  “The Banshee” starring Charles Martin Smith and Peter O’Toole and “The Town Where No One Got Off” starring Jeff Goldblum.  I particularly enjoyed the latter where Jeff Goldblum disembarks a train in a town where the train normally does not stop and finds himself in a sticky situation, which he manages to resolve quite cleverly.   Check them out if you get the chance.

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