Looking back now in this ridiculous age of technology, the idea behind this episode is well worth considering and seeing just how something like this would be a possibility in the mind of a disturbed person.
Our protagonist in this story seems to have a problem. All of his electronic devices and machines seem to have a habit of being broken. It’s just that they are broken by the man in question. And while he seems incapable of interacting with humans he seems even more unable to come to terms with machines. And they seem to be turning on him.
The realms that this episode takes us to is amusingly believable in a corner of the Twilight Zone that takes its vengeance on people whose interactive skills are just not up to it. The idea is a good one, but it does feel by the end that it has been overused without actually making the best use of it throughout.
Rating: Get out Finchley! 3.5/5