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The Maze/Harmony 

A female student accidentally goes through a time portal in the college maze and learns that there is no future but there may be time for love. / A man's car break down in a town where all music is outlawed because of an old legend.


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Episode credited cast:
Susan Thornhill (segment "The Maze")
Pete Hartford (segment "Harmony")
Mrs. Hartford (segment "Harmony")
Wes (segment "The Maze")
Larry (segment "Harmony")
Tim (segment "Harmony")
Mrs. Finch (segment "Harmony")
Sheriff (segment "Harmony")
Lucinda (segment "Harmony")
Eli (segment "Harmony")
Music Professor (segment "The Maze")
Himself - Host
Gail (segment "The Maze")


Young college student Susan Thornhill is a shut-in and that's how she likes it. When Wes, a well-meaning student, asks her out, she stands her ground politely refuses. The next day she sees Wes and, feeling awkward, tries to avoid him by going through a hedge maze to her class. Once she finds a way out a very different world meets her. The whole university has become a real ghost town and there's not a soul in sight. When she finally meets another person - her music teacher, she tries to kill her. Susan starts finding dead bodies everywhere on campus and arms herself with a knife. When she finally finds a newspaper, the date on it makes no sense to her. She concludes that the only way for her to get to the bottom of things is to reach the college library. However, what she discovers there disturbs her more than any horror movie. Sometimes all you can do is try to do the best you can with what you have got left.

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Release Date:

19 September 2002 (Canada)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Unexpected trip
8 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

Thora Birch is a standoff-ish college student who finds herself trapped In a different time after walking through a maze on her college campus. At first, she finds herself completely alone in this world, and the spookiness of her moving through vacant buildings and courtyards is a sobering experience. A fellow student who she blew off back in her own dimension turns up here, and she learns a valuable lesson about friendship from him. Unfortunately, in this parallel world, a comet is about to destroy the planet. So Ms. Birch must renegotiate the maze, with her new friend in tow. Will she make it? The ending may surprise the more cynical among you, and it is quite a break from the grisly endings of many other episodes of this show.

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