Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction, Thriller
Director: Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante, John Landis, George Miller
Cast: Dan Aykroyd, Albert Brooks, Scatman Crothers, John Lithgow, Vic Morrow, Kathleen Quinlan, Charles Hallahan, Doug McGrath, Murray Matheson, Bill Quinn, Helen Shaw, Selma Diamond, Peter Brocco, Martin Garner, Priscilla Pointer, Tanya Fenmore, Laura Mooney, Evan Richards, Christopher Eisenmann, Scott Nemes, Kevin McCarthy, Jeremy Licht, William Schallert, Nancy Cartwright, Patricia Barry, Dick Miller, Bill Mumy, Jeffrey Bannister, Abbe Lane, John Dennis Johnston, Donna Dixon, Charles Knapp, Christina Nigra, Larry Cedar, Eduard Franz, Margaret Wheeler, Jeffrey Weissman, Margaret Fitzgerald, Rainer Peets, Kai Wulff, Sue Dugan, Debby Porter, Steven Williams, Annette Claudier, Joseph Hieu, Al Leong, Stephen Bishop, Thomas Byrd, Vincent J. Isaac, Bill Taylor, Domingo Ambriz, Eddy Donno, Michael Milgrom, John Larroquette, Norbert Weisser, Richard Swingler, Alan Haufrect, Cheryl Socher, Elsa Raven, Cherie Currie, Lana Schwab, Jeffrey Lampert, Frank Toth, Carol Serling, Byron McFarland, Burgess Meredith, Rod Serling, Alan Bendich, Brian Hemenway, Carol Vogel, Tom Willett
Runtime: 101Plot: 1959. Friday nights. We time-travelled. Witnessed surprising twists. Entertained aliens. Experienced fear. And first journeyed to the "Twilight Zone" of Rod Serling's memorable TV series. And guided by four imaginative moviemakers, we travelled there again in 1983. Directors John Landis, Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante, and George Miller fashion stories based on or inspired by classic episodes. Landis weaves the tale of a bigot who gets a walloping dose of his own hatred. Spielberg takes over with a fable of senior citizens offered a magical rejuvenation. Dante serves up a terror trip with a child who uses his cartoon-inspired powers to enslave his family. Then fright goes aloft with Miller's finale about a neurotic passenger who sees a monster on the jetliner's wing. Or does he?