Rod Serling's Night Gallery: The greatest time of year is almost here. That time of the year where the leaves start to fall and the skies turn gray. It's also a great time of year for horror / sci-fiction fans as the studios tend to roll out the red carpet for all of their creepiest stuff. Looks like Universal is getting a head start this year with the release of Rod Serling's Night Gallery, a collection of tales that go bump in the night, brought to you by the master of the macabre who brought the world "The Twilight Zone".
In honor of today's release of the set into the DVD world, we're giving away the complete first season to some lucky readers!
Prepare for the chill of a lifetime!
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Rod Serling branched out from his "Twilight Zone" television series in the early 1970s with NIGHT GALLERY. The material was darker than most Serling-fans had come to expect, with plenty of horror and creepy chills included in each episode. A constant throughout the show was the eerie beginning, which would involve a painting in an old museum depicting events which were about to unfold. Serling provided a suitably spooky introduction to each tale, and then a variety of special guests actors would play out the action. This release offers 29 episodes from the first season of the show, including the original pilot episode.
Dont't forget to also check out: Night Gallery: The Complete First Season [3 Discs]