This week Craig stares down the barrel of “The Blue Scorpion” as he nears the end of the new Twilight Zone’s first season. Along the way he goes off half-cocked on a 20-gauge trip down memory lane, which may have been triggered (ha!) by second-hand TV smoke (hey, weirder things have happened up in here). He also tells the triumphant tale of one man’s endless quest for a Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award… which, as fate would have it, isn’t so endless at all. Listen first, ask questions later.
Check out my appearance on Victor Gamboa’s OUTER LIMITS PODCAST here:
“Neither Here Nor There (‘Really? Another Revision?’ Revision)” by Twin Loops
“I Never Had No One” performed by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs (“Old MacDonald Had a Boogaloo Farm” B-side, copyright 1968 by MGM Records)
“It Ain’t No Easy Thing” performed by Carla Thomas (previously unissued track, recorded between 1960 and 1968, copyright Staxx Records)
“Moon Love” performed by Electric Moon (from the album Lunatics & Lunatics Revenge, copyright 2015 by Sireena Records)
“San and Ashitaka in the Forest of the Deer God” composed by Joe Hisaishi (from the Princess Mononoke soundtrack, copyright 1999 by Milan Records)
Assorted cues from Taxi Driver composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann (from the Taxi Driver soundtrack, copyright 1976 by Arista Records)
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