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.
As the first successful mission to Mars touches down, the men stare through the mists of the Martian dawn and finds something strange: a small town straight out of the American Midwest, filled with their long-lost loved ones.
Albert Brock loathes noise and prefers perfect silence. He goes around destroying the instruments of sound: radios, wrist watches, faxes, etc. His destruction of sound-infected environments at work and home lands him in a psychiatric institution.
Two men who theorize that murder only happen in hot weather, try to stop one.
Hank Walterson sneaks into the carnival at night and watches the owner, Mr. Cooger, ride the Ferris wheel backward until he becomes a young boy... who sets out to rob the local widow of her jewels.
When the government bans works of fiction, a millionaire rebels and builds a robot haunted house based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe... and plots revenge.
A man encounters another claiming to be his future self.
Space explorers on a Martian expedition are faced with problems when one of their members becomes obsessed with the planet's former residents.
A man time travels to the future and returns to show the people what they have to look forward to.
A woman takes a potion to rid herself of the influence of her next-door neighbor, who she believes has bewitched her.
The music of a free-spirited woman brings rain to a town suffering from drought.
A crew of a spaceship return to Mars after a 20-year absence to discover a scientist and his family unaffected by their stay.
Unknown to an exploratory team, the Utopia-like world they have discovered has yet to unleash its deadly forces.