Don't be a sad Ichthyosaur! You just landed on the wrong page.
To get your fix, swim on over to http://wearecontrollingtransmission.blogspot.com/
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Just one last friendly reminder to update your bookmarks and be sure you are set to follow our Outer Limits blog at the correct address: http://wearecontrollingtransmission.blogspot.com, as this site will be taken down permanently this weekend.
We look forward to hearing from you when the posting begins on 1/1/11!
Posted by John Scoleri at 10:33 AM
Thursday, November 18, 2010
|"I blame the glasses. I must need a new prescription."|
As any devout follower of The Outer Limits can tell you (or will be able to tell you after watching all 49 episodes), the control voice doesn't actually say "We are controlling the transmission."
We could have said to hell with it, but in an effort to avoid that 'ouch' moment as we watch each and every episode, we've launched a new version of the blog with the correctly phrased statement, "We are controlling transmission." Let this change remind you that we are.
Please update your bookmarks accordingly, as this site will eventually disappear.
If you happen to see any links on external sites, if you can help spread the word we'd appreciate it!
Posted by John Scoleri at 7:41 AM
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Following our successful run over at A Thriller A Day, Peter and I knew we couldn't just stop dead in our tracks. This time out, we're going to set our sights on one of the most popular of the fantastic television shows of the 60s, The Outer Limits.
We're already hard at work preparing for the official launch of this blog on 1/1/11, so now's the time to pick up the reasonably priced complete series of the original Outer Limits on DVD if you haven't already. Just think what a great Christmas gift it would make, along with the URL to the blog.
Whether you're a long term aficionado of the show (like our Outer Limits companion, David J. Schow, who just happens to be the author of The Outer Limits Companion), someone who has only seen a handful of episodes, or someone yet to experience any of them at all, we hope you'll join us on this 49-episode journey from the inner mind to The Outer Limits.
Posted by John Scoleri at 12:13 AM