There is an episode of Night Gallery about an evil doll which, as a child, not only made me exit the room at a superfast pace but gave me nightmares for weeks afterwards ... not to mention the graveyard episode. Even the name is great:
We live in a media-drenched world. While we are arguably more savvy much charm & mystery has been lost. So this series, to many, will seem corny and may only be seen as useful for spotting many known actors/actresses 'before they went on to bigger things'.
But who cares? If you loved 'The Twilight Zone' and perhaps remember that horror films WERE genuinely horrifying once, and not just a vehicle for rock soundtracks and ads ... not to mention your world hasn't been completely doused by the internet and 'irony' ... hey, you never know: you may get a distinctly crypt-cool aftertaste from this excellent series.
Rod Serling definitely is still the reigning king of the macabre.