Twilight Zone: The Movie

Different sets of people experiment supernatural phenomena.

 

United States
1983
Feature Film
Realism: 
Supernatural
Anthology
Tale Amount: 
4
Animals: 
Dog
Snake
Rabbit
Cultists: 
Clubbist
Worshipper
Government: 
Army
Nazi
Relative: 
Offspring
Related
Sibling
Trickster: 
Impostor
Prankster
Catastrophes: 
Crash
Storm
Dimensional: 
Cartoon
Static
Unknown
Wizards: 
Evoker
Conjurer
Transmuter
Abjurer

Time Out

A racist man's ethnicity gets redefined as he gets transported in time and space.

Kick the Can

The residents of a rest home are turned into children.

It's a Good Life

A boy uses his magical abilities to manipulate his family.

Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

An airplane passenger suffers from anxiety.

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A new dimension in terror!
8
7.04
7.04
7.04
4
4
3

Time Out

Kick the Can

It's a Good Life

Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

Plot
Dialogue
Ambiance
The Twilight Zone was a popular science-fiction TV series that originally aired in the 1950s and 1960s and would mark a generation. Twilight Zone: The Movie takes four of the original tales and gives them a significant upgrade. The themes explored are racism, aging, family and mental illness. As a rule of thumb, the more we advance in the film, the better the stories get.
The first segment is very taboo. The protagonist is a racist man who suddenly becomes the martyr of every ethnicity he hates. The second story turns a handful of elders young again and makes us reflect on aging and death. It is beautiful, soothing and sad. Story 3; the most creative, has the best special effects and craziest storyline. Story 4 is terrifying and will make you fear airplanes.
Twilight Zone: The Movie is in the upper tier of anthology films. It starts with science fiction and fantasy then slowly escalates into terror. It was written and directed by the best filmmakers around and is way ahead of its time. On a technical level, this production is nearly flawless. If the two first tales don’t stick with you long after you’ve watched this, the last two will...
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