When he tries explaining things to her, she is now fully under the ghost's sway and kills him in exactly the same spot as the ghost's husband. When she tries to fulfill her brother's last wish by inputting data into his computer, her parents begin to get worried. Written by Guy Gallo, story by , and guest-starring. When she learns the cards are cursed, Catherine learns she must pass on the curse to another nonbeliever. If you ask me to review your story and I do so with my magical keyboard, but a third party sneaks in and changes the review to his story, so that when you die he also ends up dying. Although it lives at the North Pole, its humongous ears allow it to hear its name being spoken from anywhere in the world, and the parents assure the children that The Grither is well on its way to their house to kill them. Air Date : 9th-Nov-1986 A skeptical journalist travels on assignment to a sideshow.
The children initially balk at the story, which describes the creature as a proud, hateful beast who becomes enraged when it hears its name being spoken aloud. Starring Albert Hague, Robert Romanus, Talia Balsam and Leslie Chain. The home is tastefully decorated with every detail eliciting the 1950s, from the to the issue of that sits on the coffee table. A young urban professional rents a snazzy apartment in a rent-controlled building in New York City. They do not believe her-until giant claw marks on the walls and lumbering sounds at night convince them. Meanwhile his doting fiancée Gail is saving up for their life together, while his employer reassures him that he is living the life he is destined for.
Air Date : 25th-Jan-1987 Hack writer Peter, writing worse and worse vampire stories, buys a coffin for inspiration and finds it occupied by Count Draco. Starring Sally Gracie and Linda Thorson. The man begins giving them nice things in exchange for eventually getting the box back. Creepy dolls are always a win! The townspeople are up in arms, but the old man is too stubborn to admit he's dead, despite his rigor mortis, lack of appetite, and bad smell. As their twenty-fifth anniversary approaches, a young girl named Sybil Fredrica Duke shows up at their doorstep and it could be another chance for a family…and an anniversary dinner to die for! Air Date : 29th-Dec-1986 A man, Garry, hears from his neighbor a bizarre tale of how the unseen neighborhood milkman grants wishes to anyone who leaves their request in the empty bottles to be picked up.
Indeed, with his thirteen years as Detective Lennie Briscoe on , we easily forget what a talented actor Orbach was. There is no sense, no real point, and certainly no laughs to be had in this poor episode. An evening of hilarity between two drunk and lonely men brings out some odd emotions, and at the end of the night, while Curtis dances with the mannequin, Roberts feels oddly jealous and a bit of a third wheel. Even things like answering machines and word processors are menacing in this series and it is rather amusing. Written by Carole Lucia Satrina. When Richard begins working on the word processor, he finds what he writes can come true. The series spun off George A.
He has a stroke and dies but not before the boy swallows the one and only prototype, and soon puts his parents into the same position he was before. Yet he is warned by Ruby's slaving husband Aloysius Cuzzins to beware, while being handed a dozen special cookies. While as the angel and as Carson Mr. These episodes are like short stories. After she accidentally turns her daughter's boyfriend into a slice of bread, her children snap at her.
Finally, in an effort to calm their children, the parents reveal that the story is make believe. Based on the short story by Frederic Brown and adapted by Nancy Doyne. He punishes them with plagues and problems, but the wife offers a simple solution to his problem. Yet things suddenly start getting better when Garry puts into action some advice that was being passed around the rumour mill: when in need of something, anything, just request it from the milkman. Mandrake is unable to leave his broadcast booth and finds himself transforming into a demon as he has to continue broadcasting forever, and ever. The creature relentlessly asks the old man for candy and he eventually shuts himself inside the house to avoid it.
. Based on a story by and adapted by Haskell Barkin and guest-starring as the genie. The journalist nevertheless feels disgusted when he sees a demonic vampire devour an actual lamb. As for magic, the idea of blood mixing with the ashes of a vampire to revive the creature to its previous fleshy form is poorly used. Newcomers Alison Sweeney, Jenna Von Oy, and Chad Allen mix with actors like Mabel King, E.
Adapted for television by from his short story of the. Dolls take on human attributes, radios pick-up your neighbors, vampires write novels, and a milkman delivers more than just dairy. Tales from the Darkside was always particularly iffy…and this is true in this season as well. Every sentence matters and every camera shot matters. The Louisiana accents are too much and at times uneven, while the sound is of poor quality, with Bubba's voice drowned out during the opening scenes.
Written by Jule Selbo, guest-starring and. Written by Jule Selbo and guest-starring. When the old man sneezes, his nose falls off, which finally convinces him to go lie down and give up life for good. The bookie ends up wagering on the time of his death, and must outsmart a man who has never lost. The situation is uninteresting and the plot tiresome, unfunny and predictable. Story by , adapted by.