Tuesday, August 6, 2019

3x09 "A Chat with Rod Serling (Mark Silverman, Actually)"

 

Submitted for your approval---- Professional voice actor Mark Silverman, planet Earth’s only official Rod Serling vocal impressionist (sanctioned by Serling’s estate and everything!), who kindly spent half an hour chatting TZ with us and regaling us with his talent. Get it while it’s hot! This one’s gonna be worth money someday, gang. And download it twice, in case you misplace the first one.


“Neither Here nor There (3.6)” by Twin Loops

“Doors of Perception” performed by Deep Space Network (from the album Big Rooms, copyright 1993 by Instinct Records)


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Saturday, August 3, 2019

3x08 "You Can't Blurry Love"




Is this a podcast about a television series, or a podcast ABOUT a podcast about a television series? Craig takes a deep dive into “Blurryman,” the extremely meta season finale of the 2019 Twilight Zone reboot, then takes a shocking left turn partway through that threatens to change podcasting as we know it forever. Okay, that may be a slight exaggeration. Let’s just say this episode is not to be missed.

“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

"Twilight Zone 2019 (End Title Theme)" composed by Marius Constant, performed by Marco Beltrami and Brandon Roberts

“Halloween (Main Theme)” composed and performed by John Carpenter, from Halloween: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (copyright 1983 by Varèse Sarabande Records)

Miscellaneous cues from Hangover Square composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann, from Hangover Square: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (copyright 1945 by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)

“The Sleeper Car” performed by Thievery Corporation, from the EP .38.45 (A Thievery Number) (copyright 1998 by ESL Music)


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Sunday, July 7, 2019

3x07 "Sturm und Bang"




This week Craig stares down the barrel of “The Blue Scorpion” as he nears the end of the new Twilight Zone’s first season. Along the way he goes off half-cocked on a 20-gauge trip down memory lane, which may have been triggered (ha!) by second-hand TV smoke (hey, weirder things have happened up in here). He also tells the triumphant tale of one man’s endless quest for a Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award… which, as fate would have it, isn’t so endless at all.  Listen first, ask questions later.

Check out my appearance on Victor Gamboa’s OUTER LIMITS PODCAST here:


“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“I Never Had No One” performed by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (“Old MacDonald Had a Boogaloo Farm” B-side, copyright 1968 by MGM Records)  

“It Ain’t No Easy Thing” performed by Carla Thomas (previously unissued track, recorded between 1960 and 1968, copyright Staxx Records)

“Moon Love” performed by Electric Moon (from the album Lunatics & Lunatics Revenge, copyright 2015 by Sireena Records)

“San and Ashitaka in the Forest of the Deer God” composed by Joe Hisaishi (from the Princess Mononoke soundtrack, copyright 1999 by Milan Records)

Assorted cues from Taxi Driver composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann (from the Taxi Driver soundtrack, copyright 1976 by Arista Records)


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Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast is a nonprofit podcast. Music clips and dialogue excerpts used herein are the property of their respective copyright owners; we claim no ownership of these materials. Their use is strictly for illustrative purposes and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107.

Friday, June 21, 2019

3x06 "I.C.E.-Scream Cone"




Join us as we celebrate the first day of summer with a light and sunny excursion into…. HA! Not even. This week, the dark and moody “Point of Origin,” the eighth episode of Jordan Peele’s new Twilight Zone series, finds itself trussed up in Craig’s interrogation apparatus. Along the way he crushes slightly on Ginnifer Goodwin (because hey, even woke dudes are weak sometimes), and somehow manages to debut yet another jingle.

“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“CineTerra,” “Mirror Image,” “Triton” and “First Crash” composed and conducted by Howard Shore (from the album Crash: The Complete Original Score, copyright 2014 by Howe Records LLC)

“This Land Is Your Land” performed by Arlo Guthrie with The Dillards (from the album Thirty-Two Cents: Postage Due, copyright 2008 by Rising Son Records)

“Immigrant Song” performed by Midnite String Quartet (from the album MSQ Performs Led Zeppelin, copyright 2014 by Roma Music Group)

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Friday, June 7, 2019

3x05 "NAMALTuous"



Men are pigs, am I right? This time around, Craig examines his manhood (not as sexy as it sounds) in relation to the rampant toxic masculinity on display in the new Twilight Zone episode “Not All Men.” Along the way he tries to atone for horn-dogging on writer Heather Anne Campbell, valiantly chides his fellow dudes who refuse to join him on the Woke Train, and manages to debut a brand new jingle in the process.



“Neither Here nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“Whole Lotta Your Love” performed by Lee Hurst, copyright 1973 by A&M Records

“Hello” performed by Lionel Richie (from the album Can’t Slow Down, copyright 1983 by Motown Records)

“Mysterioso” (library cues ZR-8, ZR-9, ZR-65 and ZR-68) composed by George Hormel, copyright Fairwest Music (USA) Inc. obo Bistro Music (administered by Conexion Media Group, Inc.)

“Dream” composed by Ib Glindemann, copyright EuroScreen Music


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Sunday, May 26, 2019

3x04 "She Ain't Heavy, She's My Bradbury"





The day has arrived. After four decidedly underwhelming episodes (and one pretty good one), Jordan Peele’s new Twilight Zone series offers up a bona fide masterpiece: “Six Degrees of Freedom.” Mission to Mars, or incredibly authentic simulation? You decide. And while you’re deciding… GET YOUR ASS TO MARS!


“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“Family” performed by The Interrupters featuring Tim Armstrong (from the album The Interrupters, copyright 2014 by Epitaph/Hellcat Records)

“Don’t Blow It” composed and conducted by Cliff Martinez (from the Solaris soundtrack, copyright 2002 by Superb Records)

“Music of the Spheres” performed by Human Mesh Dance (from the album Mindflower, copyright 1994 by Instinct Ambient Records)


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Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast is a nonprofit podcast. Music clips and dialogue excerpts used herein are the property of their respective copyright owners; we claim no ownership of these materials. Their use is strictly for illustrative purposes and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107.

Sunday, May 12, 2019

3x03 "Half-Baked Alaskan"



Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! This week’s episode has… um, nothing whatsoever to do with honoring mothers. Instead, Craig asks the age-old question: what do Christmas Eve in Alaska and a kid running for President have in common?  The answer may surprise you. Episodes 4 and 5 of the new Twilight Zone series (“A Traveler” and “The Wunderkind”) are our research subjects this time around, and we’re gonna get all up in their business with our brand new microscope (from Whipple Industries, of course).


“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops

“Here Comes Santa Claus” performed by Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters (copyright 1949 by Decca Records)

“Jingle Bells” performed by the Jackie Gleason & His Orchestra (from the album Merry Christmas, copyright 1956 by Capitol Records)

“Here Comes Santa Claus” performed by Doris Day (copyright 1949 by Columbia Records)

“Rock Your Body” performed by Justin Timberlake (from the album Justified, copyright 2002 by Jive Records)

“A Rod-Damned Massacre” performed by Incurable Dog Cancer (from the forthcoming album Canine Inch Nails, copyright 2019 by Butterscotch Eclipse Records)

“Utrom (Kandis Mix)” performed by Tied & Tickled Trio (from the album Ea1 Ea2 Rmx, copyright 1999 by Moor Music)


The Twilight Zone is a trademark of CBS, Inc.


Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast is a nonprofit podcast. Music clips and dialogue excerpts used herein are the property of their respective copyright owners; we claim no ownership of these materials. Their use is strictly for illustrative purposes and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107.