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1. Aaron Woodley's The Wager

Description: The LikeTelevision™ movie channel presents a terrific short film titled The Wager, directed by Canadian filmmaker Aaron Woodley. You can learn more at aaronwoodley.com. Take a seat and prepare yourself for a journey of the mind, or whatever Rod Serling used to say on The twilight zone. This 19 minute film will take you on a very bizarre ride. The Wager has won many awards including Best Short Film at the Austin Film Festival and the Santa Monica Film Festival. Best Cinematography in Toronto and New York. I bet you enjoy this short film - I'll wager you. If you enjoyed The Wager, we suspect you will also enjoy Roger Enrico's Owl Creek Bridge.

2. First Spaceship To Venus

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents this Science fiction classic - First Spaceship to Venus. This classic East German film - originally named Der Schweigende Stern (also named Raumschiff Venus antwortet nicht) was made in 1959 and the cinemamatic portrayal of computers and space travel is really a remarkable feat. The spaceship looks like a sleek Space Shuttle - looking more like a cool airplane than a rocketship. The computers are also very cool - and a must see for all geeks and techies.

3. Halloween ScreamFest 2008

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents the 9th annual Halloween ScreamFest. Time again for another Streaming, Screaming Halloween Film Festival! If you enjoy horror films, scary tv shows, or videos of weird psychic phenomena of of the unknown - we got some mean and nasty witches, a myriad of monsters, and a voluminous viscous vat of vapid vampires. A Zillion Zombies? Not quite a zillion maybe, but they are good ones. We rattled some skeletons in the closet and pulled out the Preview Trailer from the debut ScreamFest in 2000. We made a Top 10 Viewer's Choice, a Silent Horror Classics video library, and over 30 suggested titles, which are displayed randomly as images on the top right banner. (refresh the page, another suggestion via a roll of the dice. Here's more suggestions - Ouija Board episode from One Step Beyond, Beverly Hillbilies Trick or Treat, or take in some Casper the Friendly Ghost.,

4. How Awful About Allan

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - a cult classic made for tv movie called How Awful About Allan starring Anthony Perkins, Julie Harris, and Joan Hackett. This made for tv movie was released in 1970 and is based on a story by Henry Farrell, who also wrote another terrific pyscho drama called Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford). As expected, Anthony Perkins plays the torrmented Allan, who just got released from the psycho ward and is going home even though the doctors are not sure he is fully well. It seems there was a tragic accident involving Allan's dad who dies in a fire that scars his sister Katherine (Julie Harris) and leaves Allan blinded. As with all good pyschological thrilers - there are lots of unexpected turns to the story.

5. Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge. This film by Robert Enrico is adapted from the story written by Ambrose Bierce. The short film does an excellent job of telling this great tale, about a man accused of trying to sabotage a bridge during the civil war. As the story begins, the man is about to be executed - by hanging from Owl Creek Bridge. We enter the man's mind, as he imagines that the rope breaks - and he narrowly escapes the onslaught of bullets from the Union soldiers. Then he runs through an arched forest canopy - trying to return to his wife and child, who are waiting for him at his home. Most of the story takes place, during that brief few seconds, as he falls from his gallows - to the moment when his neck snaps. An incredible journey of mind.... look out, there's a sign post up ahead! Yep, this short film was also an episode of The twilight zone, with Rod Serling. I believe it was the only episode that was not produced by the great writing team that made the show. As a twilight zone, it aired Feb. 28, 1964 - episode 142.

6. One Step Beyond - Aerialist

Description: This is another terrific episode of One Step Beyond, a cool Sci-Fi TV show from the late 50s, early 60s... that inspired a few other cool sci-fi tv shows like The twilight zone and Outer Limits. The Aerialist features Mike Connors, best known for his work as TV detective Joe Mannix, as Mario Patruzzio, the son of an Italian circus family skilled in the art of the flying trapeze. Mario has an argument with his father before the show about his wife, who is acting like a bimbo from the father's perspective. Mario, who is responsible for catching his Dad during the show... says well maybe I won't catch you tonight, pops. Guess what happens? Dad lays paralyzed in the hospital... and Mario contemplates suicide... and then in a bizarre episode of bi-location.... his dad (Gino Patruzzio played by Robert Carricart) saves his son with a daring catch ..... miles away in his hospital bed, still not able to move a muscle. Search for bi-location to view another One Step episode that examines the mysterious happening in the psychic world of the unexplained. John Newland is our delightful host.

7. One Step Beyond - Executioner, The

Description: More episodes of One Step Beyond, a cool Sci-Fi TV show from the late 50s, early 60s... that inspired a few other cool sci-fi tv shows like The twilight zone and Outer Limits. The Executioner is the story of an evil Union Colonel who decides to railroad some poor young Rebel Soldier as a Confederate Army spy. The young kid is probably 16 or 17, and he has a nice dog named Tom. The cruel Colonel gets annoyed with Tom's howling so he shoots the poor thing. Meanwhile, Jess Bradley the Confederate Army spy (not really) is sentanced to be executed. The dog Tom has something to say about all this. Check it out. This episode is very dark, a lot of it was filled at night with nowhere near enough lighting to make it work. bet you still like it!

8. One Step Beyond - Mask

Description: This is another terrific episode of One Step Beyond, a cool Sci-Fi TV show from the late 50s, early 60s... that inspired a few other cool sci-fi tv shows like The twilight zone and Outer Limits. The Mask features Wesley Lau, best known as Lt. Andy Anderson from the Perry Mason tv show, as a soldier named Wollenski. He got lost in the middle of the Egyptian desert during his tour of duty, and wakes up in the hospital with a pillow case over his head... I guess he got sunburned or something. Anyway, for no good reason, he starts drawing some wild hieroglyphics on a napkin and gives the artwork to a guy named Brimley (and while he looks like Wilfred Brimley on the Quaker Oats commercials - it's a different guy)... who just happens to be an archeologist. Small world, huh? Well... it seems that Wollenski has the spirit of some old Pharoah in him, who wants to reveal the whereabouts of his missing tomb. Wait till you see what happens to Wollenski's face. This episode is real weird one, bet you like it! BTW - you can also check out Wesley Lau in Bonanza - Desert Justice on LikeTelevision's Classic TV channel.

9. One Step Beyond - Trap, The

Description: Need another terrific episode of One Step Beyond? No problem. One Step Beyond was a cool Sci-Fi TV show from the late 50s, early 60s... that inspired a few other cool sci-fi tv shows like The twilight zone and Outer Limits. The Trap which aird on 11/15/1960 features Mike Kellin in a dual role as Dominic DeNovio and Fred Gibbs, two identical twins separated at birth. This episode explores the psychic connection between identical twins. How one twil can burn themselves, and the other will feel it. In this story, Dominic Denovio starts acting very weird and gets sick from dehydration. It turns out his identical twin brother fell in a deserted mine shaft and got hurt. Denovio's ranting in the hospital helps save his identical twin brother. One of my favorite parts of this episode is how different the priest's chin looks. I have never seen one like that. This episode is real weird one, bet you like it! BTW - you can also check out Mike Kellin in At War with the Army on LikeTelevision's Movie channel.


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