Dark Dreamers: Season 1, Episode 11

George Clayton Johnson & William F. Nolan

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Logan's Run Men
5 January 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Dark Dreamers: George Clayton Johnson & William Nolan (2000)

*** (out of 4)

--Logan's Run --Twilight Zone --Ocean's Eleven --Trilogy of Terror --The Winchester Horror --Childhood drama --Dream Train

Both Johnson and Nolan are two of the most respected writers out there and they're probably best remembered for their hit LOGAN'S RUN. Johnson starts off talking about his early days working without an agent and then his big break when a story he wrote found its way onto The Twilight Zone. He briefly talks about his work on Star Trek before digging into Logan's Run as well as talking about the (then) upcoming remake of OCEAN'S ELEVEN. Nolan starts off discussing the original concept for Logan's Run as well as its original title and why they ended up having to change it. From here he goes into details about dreams that have influenced him including one involving a train. There's also a good discussion about his book The Winchester Horror as well as the horror books he read as a kid. Both men are incredibly entertaining and you can't but wish that both interviews were longer. At just 9-minutes each there's really not too much detail about anything but what stories are told are very entertaining and will certainly be of interest to fans.


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