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'Two Twisted' follows on from the 'Twisted Tales'(1996) series produced by Australian actor/producer Bryan Brown. These Australian series' follow the tradition of 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents' and 'The Twighlight Zone', of short dark thrillers which develop with a surprising twist. 'Two Twisted' consists of 14 episodes of 30 minutes each, screened in pairs, with a link connecting each of the two episodes. Can you spot the link? Written by M Rodowicz

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Nerida Tyson-Chew was awarded Best Original Score for this TV Series at the 2007 Australian Screen Music Awards. The theme was also nominated for Best Original TV Theme. See more »

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Nice, engaging, suspenseful and surprising
23 March 2008 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I'm actually writing this because one of the comments voted only one star. Now I wouldn't even rate Ed Wood's movies with one out of ten stars. The series just came out in the Netherlands and I watched all episodes in the course of three days. That gave me time to try to figure out why some were so negative about Two Twisted. And I still don't understand. Some of them refer to the Outer limits and the Twilight Zone. I own DVD's of both the original Outer limits and the later ones, and also watched a lot of the Twilight Zone. I really can't see how Two Twisted is so much worse according to some people. The twenty minute stories presented here caught my attention without exception. The acting is very believable, the structure works in most of the cases working to the last minute of the episode giving it a twist. In building the story up they use the technique Hitchcock used: telling only parts of the back story so the audience is working hard to figure out the back story. Once you put the pieces together you're already in the third act and then the story ends with a fact putting a spin on everything that happened before. You might think I'm naive or maybe it's just my willingness to surrender to the story not trying to think too hard about how it going to end, but I really didn't see the twist coming in most cases. It may not have been the shock I experienced seeing the Sixth Sense (BTW: many people claimed they already seen it coming before the second act; I have my doubts about that), but it's still good enough to leave a big smile on my face. The stories are very different too. Some of them are Roald Dahl like (meaning they could actually happen in real life but are kind of bizarre or frightening) others are a bit more supernatural. I love both genres so I had a real good time. Twenty minutes is exactly the right length I think.


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