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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Revisiting The Twilight Zone: S1 E15: I Shot an Arrow into the Air
Yet another of those perfect episodes where everything is not as it seems, and it isn’t until the final twist is revealed at the conclusion that everything falls into place.
A space flight crashes on an unknown planet or asteroid, with half of the eight man crew killed on impact, and the other four fighting for survival. While one lays dying and the two senior men trying to save him, Corey seems more intent on how he will survive rather than the group. As a result, he spends most of the episode finding ways to ensure his rations are filled, not matter what the cost. Even a crewmate’s life.
As always this is excellently performed and written, allowing the story to be constantly moving forward and not standing still. When the ending comes, and everything is drawn together from the clues given throughout, it comes as a pleasant surprise for the viewer, though not for the characters within.
Rating: Trudging through the desert of oblivion. 5/5