• Warning: Spoilers
    This was a passable horror/sci-fi series. A pity it was canceled after the first season: while not ground-breaking, it was always watchable and sometimes even memorable.

    Most episodes were decent: I'd give an average rating of 6.5 out of 10. There were a couple of clunkers but also some little gems. My three favorite episodes are:

    • A View Through the Window, with Bill Pullman. The Army finds in the desert a portal to another dimension; it seems like a fantasy romance, but there is a creepy twist.

    • Patterns, featuring Malcolm McDowell as a patient with obsessive-compulsive disoder.

    • Bitter Harvest, perhaps the darkest entry, with the late Jack Palance as a grim farmer.

    The biggest problem is how, once you realize nearly every episode has a twist ending, you start to anticipate it - and often guess it halfway through.