Monday, September 3, 2007

Return Of The Sorcerer (VIDEO)

One of the best and scariest episodes from Rod Serling’s Night Gallery television series, starring Vincent Price and Bill Bixby. Based on the great short story from Clark Ashton Smith too! Enjoy!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW! THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES TOO, TERRIFIED ME A KID..... REMINDS ME THAT SOMEDAY I STILL NEED TO BUY THE NG DVD BOX SET. CAN'T WAIT TO WATCH THIS WHEN I GET HOME, ALL I REMEMBER RIGHT NOW ARE THE SEVERED LIMBS CREEPING DOWN THE HALLWAY. WATCHED A BIT AT THE BEGINNING AND THE QUALITY IS REALLY GOOD FOR A FAST LOADING YOUTUBE CLIP

Karswell said...

As a scared witless kid, the Night Gallery episodes I remember the most to this day were The Doll, Since Aunt Edna Came To Stay, Green Fingers, Last Rites for a Dead Druid (also starring Bixby), The Caterpillar (aka The Ear Wig laid eggs in your brain episode!), Fright Night and in particular Certain Shadows on the Wall starring Agnes Moorehead (everytime I'd see her on Bewitched afterwards I'd have nightmares!) This was a great series with much to reccomend and only a few ho-hum episodes. Vincent Price was in another great episode called Class of '99 too.

I can also remember being scared out of my mind when the Night Stalker first aired too, one fond memory of watching TV while we were putting up the xmas tree that year and Kolchak battling the spanish moss monster in sewer.

Anonymous said...

i need to get this on dvd too..... always prefered night gallery over the twilight zone only because ive seen them so many times during those sci fi channel marathons

i do have the kolchak set thuogh too, it's amazing!!!!!!!

Karswell said...

There was another great 70's anthology horror series called Ghost Story that I really liked alot too, produced by William Castle and hosted by Sebastian Cabot. Later they changed the name to Circle of Fear.

Anonymous said...

This was really great, I've never seen this show before and will have to check out more episodes, thanks!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! I am such a big fan of Vinnie P. and NIGHT GALLERY, but was not familiar with this wonderful episode. Really creepy with a devilish touch of humour only the great Price could pull off. And the Black Goat! As the saying goes, never work with animals because they always steal the show!

Karswell said...

Where does one find a mansion like this that comes with cold creeping fog in the hallways?