Misused inventions, interplanetary communication, and warped time peculiarities permeate the 1960s science fiction anthology
program The Outer Limits by Leslie Stevens, the program gained a rabid cult following and influenced a myriad of sci-fi that
would follow, including a second Outer Limits series in the 1990s. This collection from the original series comprises the entire
first season which is full of political allegory as well as prophetic visions. Episodes include "The Man with the Power" with
Donald Pleasence as a college professor with deadly telekinetic powers; "The Human Factor" about a brain switch; "Tourist Attraction" with Ralph Meeker on a bizarre fishing trip; "Controlled Experiment" in which Barry Morse plays an alien sent to Earth to investigate
a murder; and the stunning pilot episode "The Galaxy Being."