June 30, 2020

Prometheus (Preview)

This week we leave the traditional Alien Franchise, but return to the sweet and confident embrace of Ridley Scott for an art film with a bonkers ending. 

Host: Nic

Panel: Jeremy, Daniel

Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “The Obsolete Man” and “A Game of Pool”

“The Obsolete Man”

Burgess Meredith stars as a librarian deemed obsolete by the totalitarian state and sentenced to death, though he gets to choose his manner of execution. 

“A Game of Pool”

A sure-bet episode featuring two stellar performances by Jack Klugman and Jonathan Winters, playing it straight and cool as the late “Fats” Brown, a champion pool player who takes Klugman’s Randolph Street pool jockey at his word when he says he would do anything for just one game against the dead legend. This episode boasts some great dialogue (“Nothing’s impossible; some things are less likely than others”), and sage observations about the risks needed to become a champion and the responsibilities of carrying on a legacy.

There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone…

Host: Nic Hoffmann

Panel: Matthew, Jeremy and Daniel

June 25, 2020

Little Giants

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch Ed O'Neill fight Rick Moranis and we all learn a little something about....well, I could have sworn I learned something....We saw Little Giants, do you think nicknaming a preteen girl "Ice Box" could lead to neurosis? 

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How will Little Giants hold up when we put it on trial?

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Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched "The Long Distance Call” and “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”

“Long Distance Call”

You can explore the vast reaches of The Twilight Zone and not find an episode as profoundly messed up as this one. On her deathbed, a five-year-old boy’s grandmother bemoans how lonely she will be “far away,” and wishes aloud that her beloved Billy could go with her. Worst. Grandma. Ever.

“Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”

Take mysterious footprints leading away from a pond where an unidentified flying object has crashed, a snowbound diner, and six (or was that seven?) stranded bus passengers, and you’ve got yourself a “regular Ray Bradbury.” Which one of them is the monster from outer space? This entertaining episode plays like a supernatural William Saroyan play (complete with a colorful coot portrayed by Jack Elam), with one of the series’s most famous reveals.

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Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" and "The Living Doll." We are always joined this week by guest Ben Worcester (co-host of the Hooked on TJ Hooker Podcastcheck it out for more William Shatner talk!

“Nightmare at 20,000 Feet”

The Twilight Zone knows what scares you—like flying, or the desperation you might feel when when you’re the only one who knows of an impending disaster, but no one believes you. One of the series’s most famous episodes mostly gets its rep from the before-he-was-Kirk casting of William Shatner, as a man just released from a mental hospital who tries to—wait for it—klingon to his sanity when he spies outside his window seat a monster tearing at the airborne airplane’s wing. The costumed boogeyman hasn’t aged well, but Shatner is first class.

“Living Doll”

June Foray, the voice of Rocket J. Squirrel and Natasha Fatale on The Bullwinkle Show, was the also the original voice of Chatty Cathy, the iconic pull-string talking doll released by Mattel in 1959. Chatty Cathy said sweet things like, “Let’s play house.” But Talky Tina, also voiced by Foray, says things like, “My name is Talky Tina, and I’m going to kill you.” This she says to Telly Savalas, a grumpy new stepdad who resents his stepdaughter’s new doll. Like Tina warns, he’ll be sorry.

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June 11, 2020

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

This week on Myopia Movies, we watch the classic film about shrinkage, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids! I cannot wait for Rick Moranis to return to acting! 

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Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched "Eye of the Beholder" and "Twenty Two."

“Eye of the Beholder”

A desperate woman, her face encased in bandages, is awaiting the outcome of her 11th operation to make her look “normal.” “I want to be like everybody,” she pleads. In a state where “ugliness” is a crime, she faces segregation to a ghetto with other unfortunates like herself. Douglas Heyes’s artful misdirection keeps the quintessential Zone reveal under wraps.

“Twenty Two”

This episode offered a plum role to Barbara Nichols, often cast in films as brassy comic relief (as in Where the Boys Are). Here, she plays a stripper (excuse me; professional dancer) hospitalized for a nervous breakdown. She is haunted by a recurring dream—or is it?—that brings her to the door of room 22, the hospital morgue, where a nurse greets her by saying, “Room for one more, honey.”

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Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “A World of His Own” and “The Howling Man.”

From the Article:

“A Nice Place to Visit”

The Twilight Zone also delighted in dicking around characters in need of retribution. Another case in point: Rocky Valentine, a petty criminal shot to death. A jovial guide (Sebastian Cabot) in the afterlife tends to his every desire, giving him a swinging pad, sure-thing bank robberies, and beautiful dolls on demand. Sounds like heaven, right? This was the first episode to employ a classic Twilight Zone trope, in which the come-upper gets the last maniacal laugh at the eternal expense of the come-upped. (See also on this list: “The Grave” and “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”)

“The Howling Man”

You’re lost in a torrential storm. You seek refuge in a foreboding castle. Inside are members of some kind of fanatical religious cult that is keeping a man imprisoned. The cult leader insists the man is actually the devil himself. Who are you going to believe: the desperate man pleading to be set free, or a staff-carrying John Carradine?

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May 28, 2020

Transformers

This week on Myopia Movies, we look back and we see how Michael Bay made his millions and why Matt wanted to remake this lost episode, we watched Transformers, who knew you could sexualize teens this much and still be considered a blockbuster. 

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How will Transformers hold up when we put it on trial?

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Panel: Daniel and Matthew

 

Why hello there! This is a peak behind the Patreon paywall! Today, if you were a Patreon member (even at the $1 level, you would get a full episode on 1967's Casino Royale, the Bond spoof no one wanted, even some of the actors. Peter Sellers (who left midway through production), David Niven, Orson Welles (who insists on doing magic on film, which then loses the point, since it is on film), Woody Allen, Deborah Kerr, William Holden, and John Huston (who is one of the five directors). Even costarring former Bond actors including Ursula Andres. 

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Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “A Nice Place to Visit” and “The After Hours.”

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“A Nice Place to Visit”

The Twilight Zone also delighted in dicking around characters in need of retribution. Another case in point: Rocky Valentine, a petty criminal shot to death. A jovial guide (Sebastian Cabot) in the afterlife tends to his every desire, giving him a swinging pad, sure-thing bank robberies, and beautiful dolls on demand. Sounds like heaven, right? This was the first episode to employ a classic Twilight Zone trope, in which the come-upper gets the last maniacal laugh at the eternal expense of the come-upped. (See also on this list: “The Grave” and “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”)

“The After Hours”

A.k.a. the “Marsha episode.” Anne Francis stars as a department-store shopper who gets some very off-putting service by a strange clerk when she purchases a thimble on the otherwise-completely empty ninth floor. Her eerie odyssey begins when she complains to management, only to be told that the store has no ninth floor. Locked in overnight, she will come face to face with her reality.

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This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we try to get a man's bike back. We watched Pee-wee's Big Adventure, some say Pee-wee's bike is still out there...wait, Tim Burton directed what?

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How will Pee-wee's Big Adventure stand when we put it on trial?

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Panel: Matthew, Daniel, and Adam

Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “The Hitch-Hiker” and “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street.”

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From the Article:

“The Hitch-Hiker”

One of The Twilight Zone’s most insinuating nightmares. There are a couple of effective jump starts, but for the most part, this is a slow dread of an episode. Inger Stevens stars as 27-year-old Nan Adams, driving cross-country. Emerging unscathed from a blown-out tire (“By rights . . . somebody should have called for a hearse,” a mechanic tells her), she is haunted by a seemingly omnipresent hitchhiker. You can probably guess where this one’s heading, but like the “shabby, silly-looking scarecrow man” himself, this episode is hard to shake.

“The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street"

“We are in a time where we fear the other,” Jordan Peele told his audience following the premiere screening of Us at South by Southwest. “Maybe the monster that we’re looking at has our face.” This was a recurring theme on The Twilight Zone—and it reached its bleakest apotheosis in this first-season nightmare, in which an idyllic suburban street runs riot from a creeping paranoia that pits neighbor against neighbor. “For the record,” Serling intones at the episode’s end, “prejudices can kill and suspicion can destroy . . . and the pity of it is that these things cannot be confined to the ‘Twilight Zone.’” It’s like Serling was looking right into our souls.

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Well, you know how at first, the party is novel? The second time its different, but great? Well, this is day four and you don't know if it is the same century or not. Welcome to Alien Resurrection, a hangover of a movie. 

Host: Nic

Panel: Daniel, Matt and Adam

 
 

Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “One for the Angels” and "Walking Distance."

From the article: 

“Time Enough at Last”

Burgess Meredith gives a tour-de-force performance as a milquetoast bespectacled bookworm married to a shrew (again with the shrews!) who denies him his precious reading time. An atomic explosion leaves him the last man on Earth, with all the time in the world. He joyously finds his lifesaving Eden—but The Twilight Zone wasn’t big on happy endings. Along with the episode “Night Call,” this is possibly the series’s cruelest half-hour.

“Third from the Sun”

On “the eve of the end,” with a nuclear holocaust a mere 48 hours away, two scientists and their families plan to escape on an experimental spaceship. Their getaway, under the suspicious and watchful eye of their superior, is the meat of this tense episode—but strap yourself in for the reveal, one of the series’s best.

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April 22, 2020

The Wizard

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch the l'ilest Rain Man. We saw The Wizard, so like the Power Glove was a complete waste of everyone's time, right?

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How will The Wizard stand when we put it on trial?

 

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Panel: Daniel, Evan, and Matthew

 

Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone, we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “One for the Angels” and "Walking Distance."

From the article: 

“One for the Angels”
Throughout the series, Serling and company displayed great compassion for society’s seemingly commonplace and unimportant denizens. Case in point: Sidewalk pitchman Lou Bookman (a perfectly cast Ed Wynn), who outwits Death to earn a stay on Earth—but at what price? The Twilight Zone could make you scream, but there are several episodes, like this one, that can also make you cry.

“Walking Distance”
Gig Young stars as Martin Sloan, age 36, an ad man “living in a dead run,” who finds himself back in his hometown during the summer when he was 11 years old. This is the best of Serling’s midlife-crisis reveries—certainly more optimistic than the downbeat “A Stop at Willoughby.” Between Serling’s poetic closing narration and Bernard Herrmann’s moving score, if you cried at the end of Field of Dreams, this episode will wreck you.

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April 18, 2020

Emergency Podcast!

Dear Friends and well wishers!

Did you know there a pandemic on? Well, the boys here sure caught on! They invited former (and future) guest Candace to shoot the breeze and provide an update for the show, thank the Patrons, and explain a new and upcoming show, The Twilight Zone Zone!

Host: Nic Hoffmann

Panel: Daniel, Matthew and Candace. 

April 10, 2020

Alien 3 (Preview)

Dear All! 

Welcome from the Bunker! We are social distancing and have burned through all of the back catalog of our favorite shows and realized we were late here! Don't worry though, we are planning fun new stuff to share with you and keeping it afloat! Stay safe and healthy!

This month on the Patreon's only feed, we attempt to breathe fresh life into the franchise by going in a new direction and go too far! It's Aliens 3, turns out the Heaven's Gate Cult made it to space! 

Host: Nic

Panel: Steve, Matt, and Daniel

 
 

This week on Myopia Podcast, we are doing the movie you have wanted us to cover for years now and I've got a bad feeling about this. We watched the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and meesa thinks this may be the best prequel.

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How will Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace stand when we put it on trial?

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March 26, 2020

Leprechaun IV: In Space

This week on Myopia Podcast, we are going stir crazy with you as we watched Leprechaun IV: In Space for St Patrick's Day! Wait, it was how long ago? Eeesh, what have I been doing.... This is a followup to another Cineprov show as well!

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March 14, 2020

Cool As Ice

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we leave the zero and get with the hero! We watched Cool As Ice, Robert Matthew Van Winkle foray into acting! Or Rebel without an Actor.

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March 6, 2020

Aliens (Preview)

This month's exclusive Patreon episode is actually a pretty damn good movie. We watched bad-ass ladies and one child in Aliens!  An action movie brought to you by Jim Cameron nonsense. 

Panel: Nic and Daniel

 
 
February 27, 2020

Rush Hour

This week on Myopia:Defend Your Childhood, we watch the Jackie Chan movie that you have been dying for, the one where Chris Tucker yells for about two hours. Here we go! Do you understand the words coming out of his mouth?

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February 13, 2020

Alien vs Predator

This week is a big week on Myopia! We open our Patreon with exclusive content! (Appeal in a minute) To attempt to capitalize on that, we will be covering Alien vs Predator (AVP) this week to coincide with our Patreon exclusive episode on Alien, the start of a movie series wherein we will cover the entire series, like we did with Bond movies. 

That being said, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them, to join more than 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. 

In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  TwitterMyopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here!

How will Goonies stand when we put it on trial?

Host: Nic Hoffmann
Panel: Daniel, Matthew

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