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it is a terrific series & is so clear for a series back in the early 70,s. I am very pleased with this series & enjoy viewing it very much! Read morePublished 28 days ago by Wayne Cunningham
I have been looking for this for years. I was only 8 years old when this show was on, but I remember it well. I just got done watching it and wish there were more episodes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amy Sterling
I had forgotten all about this series until the set was released and then flashes of it came back. Melvyn Douglas as a grandfather on a dark mission, Rip Torn & Geraldine Page as a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chip Kaufmann
Only had time to watch 1episode thus far but was excellent reproduction quality.
Only thing I can say negative is the quality of the case. Read more
The first 14 episodes on the Ghost Story DVDs-with host Sebastian Cabot has more clear and definite suspenseful not so scary plots (3-4 stars),while the last remaining 9 episodes... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Francis A. Dabu
I really enjoy this series, and recommend it for people who enjoy "The Night Gallery" too.
The episodes have serious plots that don't look childish or make you... Read more
Used to watch this as a kid. Scared the hell out of me. This release is gorgeous, remastered, and as clear as when it first aired.Published 8 months ago by Rainbeau
This was a great series, right up there with the best 70s horror tv shows, it is reminiscent of Night Gallery but not as dark.Published 8 months ago by Scott
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It sounds like a segment from a 1980 anthology film called "The Monster Club." This would be the third and final segment in the film, "The Ghouls", where a man meets a young girl in a run-down town of people that live off scraps plundered from the graveyard. You can find the...
Jul 11, 2014 by Winston Smith | See all 2 posts
Yes--the episode starred Charlie Sheen as a construction worker who finds a chest at a worksite containing a model rocking horse that grows larger and larger over time. Creepy!
Feb 10, 2014 by Winston Smith | See all 3 posts
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