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Bring back the horror

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WHERE has all the horror gone? There's nothing a good, creepy horror for getting glued to the television. There was that lovely chiller Tales of Mystery and Imagination, and about [...] years ago a clever series called The Twilight Zone that popped up on our screens and just as suddenly vanished.

Science fiction and black magic make fascinating subjects for television, but therea are none around nowadays except for the ridiculous cavortings of Dr. Who. [...] hope we really HAVE seen the last of the Daleks). I had hig hopes of The Invaders when it started, but it soon apparent that it was going to become another endless bore like The Fugitive. Oh for the days when Quatermass was giving us the heeby jeebies.


Peppard Common

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