I would classify this episode as a tad boring, even though I would still have to say it was well written, with an interesting motive and ending, which I'll try my best not to ruin it for you. A few familiar faces here are Sandra Dee(plays twin sisters), and Christopher Connelly(Sam); also starring is Dane Clark(William Jason), who is probably the reason to watch this, as I thought Dee was average at best. The gist of the story is that Millicent is tormented by her sister's ghost, or so she thinks, after finding her sister hanging to death in an upstairs room. Let me add that I enjoyed the painting that Rod Serling spoke in front of while describing the story to us. There aren't many scary apparitions and/or noises, but we do get to hear a rather annoying piano jingle throughout the episode, although it is effective for the final shot of this story. I'll give props to the solid conclusion, which I didn't expect, and it may or may not make up for the rest of the show, but it ended on a good note, at least.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this