The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Haunting of the New TV Show

    • by Orrymain

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      File this one under weird and move on to the next. Actually, to be honest, The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Haunting of the New isn’t the worst of these that I’ve seen, but at the same time, this episode from the science fiction series third year is a little trying, especially the opening. There’s some party. I suppose

      it’s more like an orgy. Charles (Richard Comar) attends and is introduced to Nora (Susannah York). She’s nude. We don’t see all of that, thankfully, but she is. It’s not long before the two are having sex.

      Time passes and apparently these two were together for a while and then separated. Years, in fact, have passed when Nora ...

      • calls Charles out of the blue to tell him that he can have the house, if it will let him. This is a big house, too, and it’s been the site of many of Nora’s parties, parties that went on for 2 or 3 days. Apparently, the house tired of the sin.

        Halfway through, after Charles arrives at the house, Nora

        told him about the last party there, the one from the night before when she’d called him. It gets a little difficult to understand until more things happen. For example, she talks about the house being there and not being there. You really have to pay attention on this one.

        I love the house’s new morality, but that’s about it for this program.

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