oldhollywood: “On a microscopic piece of sand that floats through space is a fragment of a man’s life. Left to rust is the place he lived in and the machines he used. Without use, they will disintegrate from the wind and the sand and the years that act upon them. All of Mr. Corry’s machines - including the one made in his image, kept alive by love, but now obsolete - in the Twilight Zone.” -Rod Serling, “The Lonely”, The Twilight Zone (1959) It’s that time again - ride out your hangover with the New Year’s Eve/Day Syfy TZ marathon (schedule here) They never play “The Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.” Here it is on YouTube for those of you who have never seen it, but love the story or have seen it and want to see it again:

oldhollywood:

“On a microscopic piece of sand that floats through space is a fragment of a man’s life. Left to rust is the place he lived in and the machines he used. Without use, they will disintegrate from the wind and the sand and the years that act upon them. All of Mr. Corry’s machines - including the one made in his image, kept alive by love, but now obsolete - in the Twilight Zone.”

-Rod Serling, “The Lonely”, The Twilight Zone (1959)

It’s that time again - ride out your hangover with the New Year’s Eve/Day Syfy TZ marathon (schedule here)

They never play “The Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.” Here it is on YouTube for those of you who have never seen it, but love the story or have seen it and want to see it again: