Steven is a young boy sent to live in the Pennsylvania countryside with his grandparents while his mother and father work through their marital troubles. Though his grandmother and grandfather are happy to host him, they warn Steven not to enter the cornfields next to their house.
In 1969, the master of suspense, Rod Serling, followed up his run on the legendary series The Twilight Zone with his next chilling creation - Night Gallery. The series ran through 1973, spinning out of rotating anthology series Four In One, and eventually incorporating episodes from the short-lived supernatural series The Sixth Sense. In the end, the Emmy-winning Night Gallery stands as an all-time classic in the realm of televised terror. Prepare for scares with this special selection of episodes, because you're about to experience the chill of a lifetime.
An American live television anthology series that ran on CBS Television from 1949 to 1954, adapted from a radio program of the same name which ran from 1942 to 1962. Sponsored by the Auto-Lite corporation, each episode featured people in dangerous, threatening and often improbable situations.
This classic Emmy-winning anthology series created by Alfred Hitchcock features pulse-pounding suspense and delightfully twisting mysteries. Employing deceptively simple ironic twists and macabre bits of plotting, these half hour masterworks consistently thrill and entertain. Academy Award winners Jessica Tandy and Joanne Woodward are just two of the dozens of screen legends featured in the riveting episodes.