How I was murdered in my own home and lived to pay for it.

Wish Them Away

It's a Good Life (The Twilight Zone)

Knowledge is power, spelling is not important.... No T here.

How cornfusing is that?



"It's a Good Life" is episode 73 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. It is based on the 1953 short story "It's a Good Life" by Jerome Bixby and is considered by many, such as Time Magazine and TV Guide, to be one of the best episodes of the series. It originally aired on November 3, 1961.

The children and adults, including his own parents, tiptoe nervously around him, constantly telling him how everything he does is "good," since displeasing him by not being obedient to his demands or simply thinking ill of him can get them wished away forever into a mystical "cornfield", an unknown dimension, from which there is no return. At one point, a dog is heard barking angrily. Anthony thinks the dog is "bad" and doesn't "like [him] at all," and wishes it into the cornfield. His father and mother are horrified, but they dare not show it.

Poisoned Puppets:

Thunderbirds (TV series)


"Since we always tried to minimise walking, we'd show the puppets taking one step only, then promptly cut. Through interspersing the programmes with "meanwhile" scenes, that is, showing what else was going on in the story at the same time, we would then cut back to the puppet who was now already in his craft."

- Alan Pattillo on puppet movement

US Law Enforcement - Corpses On A String.

Secret's in the corn, don't take no pleasure in killin'

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)

27 The king replied, “If the Lord does not help you, where can I get help for you? From the threshing floor? From the winepress?”

28 Then he asked her, “What’s the matter?”
She answered, “This woman said to me, ‘Give up your son so we may eat him today, and tomorrow we’ll eat my son.’

29 So we cooked my son and ate him. The next day I said to her, ‘Give up your son so we may eat him,’ but she had hidden him.”