Tales from the Darkside Intro Now on DVD.
they do not make tv series like this no more on tv, it was good to be a kid growing up in the 80s.
This intro used to have me shook as fuck when I was a kid lol.
@ayomoss No, you weren’t the only one! This theme music scared the hell out of me when I was a kid in the 80s… When it came on I used to rush to change the channel!
Dark side of the Moon my friend, in that place of exit….
Still scares the heck out of me! I was like 4 yrs old watching this wanting to be scared.
this show TERRIFIED me to the bone when i was little.honestly if i were in a dark dream and that music played it take the browns to the superbowl
This shit is fucken scary man! Im 21 n fuck its disturbing!! :0
It’s crazy that this intro, which scared the shit out of me when I was a kid, still makes me feel uneasy.
i can write a verse a take the sun away darkness
this used to scare me back as a little kid in the 80s XD. damn they dont make em like they used to …
They don’t make ‘em like they used to
@Jigsaw765 the music is perfect! i love how when he says…the darkside, the music ends in a chilling effect
shows like this was so good.
Not the best horror anthology, but the best opening. The Outer Limits (both versions) only come close.
I swear that this is the suburbs
george a ramero did a few episodes of this series they were ok but they wernt as good as his night of the living dead or dawn of the dead
haha im watching this noww!
This use to scare the life out of me.. Back in the day i use to cut on the news after watching this just too get the “shookness” out of my system
When I was a kid in the 80s and this came on late at night, it scared the hell out of me every time. But I have to say, this cruddy 240p resolution does the intro absolutely ZERO justice.
i thought i was the only one
i thought i was the only one,
The opening sequence is quite sexist, I think it would have been better if he said “Humanity lives in a sunlight world what they believe to be reality” instead of “Man/he” just to be gender neutral.
However though this was made during the 80s where Reaganeque Patriarchal values were the encouraged standardized ‘norm’ hence this is quite dated (since I noticed most of these episodes don’t have strong female protagonists).
BTW, the voice was Paul Sparer, a veteran actor who was married for over 50 years (until his death in 1999) to Nancy “Livia Soprano” Marchand, no slouch as an actress herself. Sparer died during the first season of “The Sopranos” and Marchand, of course, followed her husband in death the following summer, leaving a gaping hole in the plot line, and especially the psychological motivations of the primary character, mother-pecked mobster Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini).
had to hit stop….too scary! LOL
i use to pull the covers over my head when this came on