Ghost Stories

(ended 1998)


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Ghost Stories was an anthology series telling the tale of thrillers that were meant to scare and entertain you. The show was aired as a one hour anthology, containing two thirty minute episodes. In total, 44 half-hour episodes were produced. Rip Torn narrated the opening and closing of each episode. There is no music played during the opening credits, but Rip Torn speaks the same line each time: Come with me to a place of wondrous contradictions. A place that is silent and unstirring yet is restless and alive. A place of untold peace and boundless dread. Come with me into the very cradle of darkness where those who dwell, dwell alone.
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  • A Hauntingly good show!

    This is a very decent program. I half expected this show to be full of bad acting, corny dialogue and cheesy scripts when I purchased this on DVD. I mean, when you happen upon a show on DVD that you've never heard of before (or even anyone talk about for that matter), you become a little wary.

    However, since I am a HUGE fan of anthology horror shows, I still picked this one up. I am very pleased that I did because this show pleasantly surprised me.

    This show should have received more recognition than the 00's version of "The Twilight Zone". Too bad that it didn't. It really is a show that people who love anthology horror (or ghost) series, as much as myself, should take the time to view.

    I wish that they still made decent anthology horror shows like this today. Maybe the poor remake of "The Twilight Zone" was a wake-up call though, because I have not really seen anything of this genre released since then - except maybe for R.L. Stine's kid's show "The Haunting Hour".

    It's times like these when you wish that people like Rod Serling were still around to entertain today's viewers.moreless

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Drama, Horror, Suspense


Supernatural, Cult