The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Screaming Woman TV Show
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      The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Screaming Woman opens for the second time with a introductory scene that is actually a bit of an adventure with Bradbury in the mountains holding a divining rod. Another man comes up to him, recognizing him as a sci fi writer. In the course of what follows, Bradbury gets an idea for a new story — this

      one. I loved the introduction. I hope there are more.

      From February 1986, Drew Barrymore guest stars as a young girl named Heather Leary. She has a vivid imagination and creative demeanor. There’s a neat scene where she’s inside a big tube, like one of those pipes that are put underground. It starts rolling and she just walks along to ...


      • keep from being spun around. It made me laugh a little. Not long after that, she is in the local woods when she hears a woman crying. She doesn’t see anyone, though, and after that, she hears a shrieking scream. Unfortunately, no one believes her.

        Heather is very determined, and Barrymore plays that very well; sometimes, she’s quite spooky. She’s

        convinced there’s been some murder or something and she starts wondering who it could be.

        Overall, there’s plenty of suspense because we the viewers haven’t a clue what is happening. There’s no way to really anticipate how this story will end. The music, by the way, is absolutely perfect and they draw out the mystery for as many chilling seconds as they can.




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