'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... See full summary »
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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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Follows Twisted Tales (1996) See more »

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Tales of the Unexpected
14 August 2006 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

This genre is too easy to abuse. For those who grew up on Hitchcock or Twilight Zone, there is much that might disappoint. The tales could be predictable, or boring, or too cheesy.

Brian Brown has surrounded himself with some of Australia's finest actors.

The scripts are tight. The tales ambiguous to the end, but not after.

It was once said of the Korean movie industry that the discipline of good story continuity wasn't present. That unexplained events would escalate and so a killer would be outside of the private abode of a pretty victim without the viewer ever knowing why the victim was targeted, how the killer found the victim, why extreme violence was required, why no one benign existed. So Two Twisted tales treads dangerous grounds .. using continuity within its language of exposition. The difference being that Two Twisted's continuity issues are deliberate and explained.

The two half hour episodes at the start are connected. I've not yet worked out how. I wish there were cheats :D


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