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#1 K Borowski

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Posted 01 January 2007 - 12:47 PM

Is it just me, or is anyone else here a sucker for the bi-yearly marathons of "The Twilight Zone" on the scifi channel? This series, along with some of the great B&W movies, like "In Harm's Way" or "Schindler's List" really make me wish more films were shot in B&W today. And THEY didn't shoot in color and desaturate in post. I think B&W actually heightens the feel to this show.

What are some of your favorite specific shots/shooting techniques in this show, which I feel did incredible things with modest amounts of money, and, in some cases, the studio's insistance that they shoot certain episodes with video?

There is something, call it the Twilight Zone "Feel" that I really enjoy and find unique to this show as well. IDK if it is a combination of music, cinematography, stories, and nostalgia, but this show is like no other show I've seen.
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