A Canadian-produced fantastic anthology series scripted by famed science-fiction author Ray Bradbury. Many of the teleplays were based upon Bradbury's novels and short stories.
A dwarf uses his writing and the distorted image of a funhouse mirror to escape the prison of his own body, but an evil showman decides to have some fun at the man's expense.
Two drifters sell views to a desert mirage, a mirage that provides miraculous views, but a rival tries to buy the land and shut them down.
An artist returns to the lake where years before he had a childhood sweetheart who drowned. Now he must try and bring her back.
After he learns their secret, a man is followed by violent winds.
A man's night-time walks are considered subversive in a world of the future.
Time Safari, Inc., uses time travel to allow big game hunters the ultimate thrill: killing dinosaurs.
When an unsuccessful author comes to murder him, a famous and prolific writer decides to make things easy for him.
A man's old flame calls him up and asks him if he wants her manor. The only condition is that the manor has to decide if it wants him.
In the near future, an old man is sought after for his memories of the past, a past that the government forbids people from remembering.
Willie, a young boy who cannot grow up, has been spending his life going from family to family, staying for a few years, then leaving before anyone finds out. As he is ready to leave his latest home, he tells his "parents" the story of his life, and of all the people he met in the way.
Two parents begin to worry when their children's high-tech holographic nursery fixates on a single landscape: an African veldt filled with savage lions.
A worried father starts to believe that his son's mushroom garden is taking over the neighborhood.