The Outer Limits: Season 2, Episode 16

The Premonition (9 Jan. 1965)

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When a test pilot crashes in his experimental X-15 plane, he and his wife discover they are in a reality where time has slowed down almost to a standstill. Returning to the airbase, they ... See full summary »

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When a test pilot crashes in his experimental X-15 plane, he and his wife discover they are in a reality where time has slowed down almost to a standstill. Returning to the airbase, they are horrified to see their daughter standing in the path of a moving truck and they seem to be unable to prevent her death. Written by gazhack

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Scene of X-15 landing is on 5 November 1959 when a small engine fire started and forced pilot Scott Crossfield to make an emergency landing on Rosamond Dry Lake. The X-15, not designed to land with fuel, came down with a heavy load of propellants and broke its back, grounding this particular X-15, ship #2 (56-6671), for three months. See more »

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Near the end, when pilot Jim Darcy fixes the truck so it stops, he is seen running back to the car and X-15. Everyone is frozen in time, but when he rounds the fence you can see someone walking in the background near some trucks. See more »

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Ha! Saw ya move
1 February 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is one of only half a dozen or so episodes of the original The Outer Limits show that I've seen. It isn't the best of them, but it's not half bad. After a test flight goes awry, time appears to be standing still. The pilot and his wife try to work out what's happening, and how to return everything to normal. No, the math doesn't quite work out; still, this is a compelling concept, and the execution is pretty good, as well. Unfortunately, the patriarchal values of back then *really* shine through, meaning that the man is a ridiculous jerk to the woman, who, in turn, gets extremely upset("fixed" by slaps to the face) and is largely useless(as well as ignored by him, no matter the quality of her input). This is extremely grating on the nerves of anyone who does not agree with those norms, and in fact making the otherwise fine 51 minutes nearly intolerable. Adding to that is the loud, high pitched music, which was sadly that time's take on sci-fi score. The effects are convincing(yes, my summary was a joke), though you can clearly tell what is stock footage. I recommend this to fans of the genre; just beware of the male chauvinism in the tone. 6/10


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