Which Twilight Zone episode is your personal nightmare?

Consider if you will a quiz, a measure of your deepest fears.

Consider if you will a quiz, a measure of your deepest fears. All of us are frightened of something that keeps us up at night. The genius of The Twilight Zone is that the show managed to find that inner fear in all of us.


Over five decades later, Rod Serling's classic television series still manages to dazzle and frighten us with its moral tales of suspense and surprise endings. Whether you're afraid of heights, spiders or aging, there is one episode of The Twilight Zone custom tailored to make your skin crawl. 

Answer these questions and discover which episode is your worst nightmare.

  1. Which obscure phobia sounds the worst by its name alone?
  2. What scared you the most as a child?
  3. What superpower do you wish you had?
  4. What's the worst part of air travel?
  5. Whose writings creep you out the most?
  6. What stresses you out in the morning?
  7. What color is the most unsettling?
  8. How do you unwind?
  9. Which Twilight Zone plot device is your favorite?
  10. What's the scariest movie you've ever seen?

Which Twilight Zone episode is your personal nightmare?

Your Result...

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JoeyZone11 3 months ago
The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street??? Totally wrong! Scariest episode by far was Night Call!
Pauly_789 3 months ago
My result...You most fear "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street"
BrianMoore 3 months ago
I got Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
DerekBird 3 months ago
You most fear "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street"
This episode reminds us that the fear of thing is often worse than the thing itself. Neighbors turn on each other as a cloud of paranoia hangs over a small town. Why would aliens waste energy invading our planet when they could just let us tear each other apart?

I've never seen any of the movies in question #10. I don't watch "Horror Movies". I think that they are stupid and ridiculous. I prefer The Universal Monster Movies.
Stoney 16 months ago
"The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street" is what I got. I would have picked either "The Living Doll" or "It's a Good Life."
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