Amazing Stories: Season 2, Episode 18

Such Interesting Neighbors (20 Mar. 1987)

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Rattlesnakes, howling coyotes, sudden earthquakes and time warps jar the Lewis family in their new home, and all the bizarre incidents seem linked to the Hellenbecks, their weird next-door ... See full summary »

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Frederick Coffin ...
Al Lewise
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Nel Lewise
Ian Fried ...
Randy Lewise
Victoria Catlin ...
Ann Hellenbeck
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Ted Hellenbeck
Ryan McWhorter ...
Brad Hellenbeck
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Rattlesnakes, howling coyotes, sudden earthquakes and time warps jar the Lewis family in their new home, and all the bizarre incidents seem linked to the Hellenbecks, their weird next-door neighbors. Written by Anonymous

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Al Lewise: Hi, honey! I'm home!
Randy Lewise: Hi, dad. Mom's not at home yet.
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Remindful of 1950's B Movie Sci Fi
30 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They missed the boat on the humor potential for this episode. The neighbors are great but needed a little development. Maybe time constraints got in the way. You start with these white bread people, about the only residents in a mega development that is framed out but waiting for finishing. The main characters have the only finished house that I can see. They live with a totally obnoxious male child who will be lucky if he survives to his eleventh birthday (if they all survive for that matter). Enter three humorless people who move into the house next door (even thought it's not finished). They sit in an unfinished bedroom, looking at a pan of water. The night before the first residents go to investigate their arrival and find the strange man beating the daylights out of a machine of some kind. The kid retrieves the parts of the machine from the dumpster and reconstructs it. It leads to an attack by some force that nearly kills everyone and almost destroys the house (including a huge meatloaf). The explanation for everything is quite strange and would have fit into one of those cheap 1950's movies after the Sputnik scare. Another pedestrian effort.


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