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In a prelude to the series of the same name, Bryan Brown introduces stories of the bizarre and the supernatural. Sometimes serious, often comical, but always with a twist at the end of the story. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

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An Australian Twilight Zone movie.
20 June 1999 | by (Aberdeen, Maryland) – See all my reviews

The movie consists of four vignettes that last about 22½ minutes apiece orignally broadcast on Australian television. Do you remember the Twilight Zone television program? If so, Twisted Tales is a movie that is right up your alley. Consider the X-Files meets Twilight Zone. There are four stories. Each story is considerably different than the others. What they have in common is that each story has it's little "twist" at the end. This is currently released as Twisted in the USA. This was made available on DVD 6/15/99.

There are some good acting performances given, especially Geoffrey Rush and Brian Brown's. Brown had a big hand in this production, producing and is the "host" of the movie and appears at the start and in one of the four segments.

The story lines aren't too complex and the brevity of the performances are better than attempting to sit through a 90 minute feature on each subject. In other words, this movie moves VERY fast. There are few, if any, wasted moments as in many other movies or television shows.

If nothing else, these short episodes are perfect for American viewing clocking in at about 23 minutes apiece.


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