In Ireland, a taxi driver is driving screenwriter Douglas Rogers to the manor of director John Hampton. He warns Douglas that Hampton is known for his arrogance. He drops him off and wishes him well and Douglas walks to the front door. Before he knocks, Hampton opens the door, offers him a whiskey, and invites him in. He's eager to see Douglas' screen play. As he starts to close the door, Hampton hears a moaning noise and asks if Douglas knows what it is, and then casually dismisses the issue...Read the full recap
Based on the short story "Banshee" by Ray Bradbury. The story was first published in Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine (Sept-Oct 1984).
Filming location: Mississauga, Ontario
Taxi Driver: God be with you, because he must be in with someone. Might as well be you.
Douglas Rogers: I should go back.
The Banshee: Yes, go. Get in. You'll catch your death.
Douglas Rogers: What about you?
The Banshee: I've long since caught mine.