masked zone

The Phoenix Witch started as a camp fire story to scare children. Like our ghost stories, teenagers and adults would tell the kids of the lady in bird mask who roams the zones at night, collecting the souls of the dead and bringing things from the mailbox to the deceased. The story spread and the young children believed it was real. No one ever told them it was just a fairy tale. So when they grew up, it became the natural belief that the Phoenix Witch guided the dead to the afterlife. And then the sightings started. Whether it was one of the kids who became infatuated with the story and took the role of the Phoenix Witch, or the mythical being herself, a lady in a bird mask wanders the zones, collecting the mail for the dead.

Why do some people view sharkbait as unhealthy????? Haru and Rin bring out the best in each other, push each other to their limits, they light a fiery passion in each other, that’s the kind of thing that I’d think you’d WANT in a relationship, right? They obviously care about each other, I mean if they didn’t their eyes wouldn’t sparkle every time they looked at each other, they wouldn’t REACT to the each other Haru wouldn’t have cared that he made Rin cry and would’ve continued swimming competitively, he wouldn’t have been worried about Rin when he wasn’t acting like the Rin that he remembered, Haru wouldn’t have invited him to swim on their team S1EP12 and Rin wouldn’t have worked so hard to rebuild the bridges that he burned, he wouldn’t have apologized for forcing his own feelings onto Haru, wouldn’t have dropped whatever he was doing to take Haru on a trip to Australia so that he could figure out what he wanted to do with his life, with his FUTURE. And what did Haruka decide to do? He decided to go headfirst into the world that Rin was going into, he decided to join him in that word, decided to build his future with Rin how is that an unhealthy relationship???

SyFy’s July 4th Twilight Zone Marathon
It’s that time of year - this July 4th SyFy will be submitting a massive TwiZone marathon for your approval.  Below, check out the schedule, along with links to corresponding episodes of our podcast.  If you’re not familiar with us, btw, we’re the Twilight Pwn, The Internet’s Third Most Popular Twilight Zone PodcastTM.  Check us out for in-depth trivia, bad Serling impressions, and occasionally funny riffage.  Happy marathoning!


Saturday, July 4th
8:00am Little Girl Lost
8:30am The After Hours
9:00am The Little People
9:30am Mr. Dingle The Strong
10:00am A Kind Of Stopwatch
10:30am A Hundred Yards Over The Rim
11:00am Long Distance Call
11:30am A Game Of Pool
12:00am A Most Unusual Camera
12:30am Stopover In A Quiet Town
1:00pm Number 12 Looks Just Like You
1:30pm A Penny For Your Thoughts
2:00pm I Sing The Body Electric
2:30pm Five Characters In Search Of An Exit
3:00pm Nick Of Time
3:30pm Kick The Can
4:00pm Where Is Everybody
4:30pm It’s A Good Life
5:00pm The Hitchhiker
5:30pm Third From The Sun
6:00pm The Bewitchin’ Pool
6:30pm The Masks
7:00pm Eye Of The Beholder
7:30pm ***No Episode Listed***
8:00pm The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street
8:30pm A Stop At Willoughby
9:00pm Will The Real Martian Please Stand Up
9:30pm To Serve Man
10:00pm Nightmare At 20,000 Feet
10:30pm Time Enough At Last
11:00pm Living Doll
11:30pm The Odyssey Of Flight 33

Sunday, July 5th
12:00pm The Midnight Sun (clever touch guys)
12:30pm The Howling Man
1:00am The Invaders
1:30am The Dummy
2:00am Dead Man’s Shoes
2:30am Night Of The Meek
3:00am Night Call