Got one that I’m sure someone knows. I remember watching late night anthology horror/sci-fi a lot with my mom in the ‘80s and there’s a couple of shorts that I can vaguely recall. It’s seems like it might have been a RAY BRADBURY THEATER deal.
One short dealt with paralysis. A man gets in a car accident and can’t move, but he brings you along with his inner dialogue. Something must’ve been sour with the guy, since most of the stories in series like that involved a comeuppance. He’s taken to a hospital, and in SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW fashion, pleads fruitlessly that’s he’s not dead. Most of the short is from his viewpoint, looking at the wheels spinning from the wreck, looking up at the doctors, etc.
I’m almost positive the second short I can’t place was during the same episode. It dealt with a man and his wife. The wife had been attacked or raped, and the husband was picking her up from the hospital. On the way home, she shrieks at the husband to stop the car, that’s she’s just seen her attacker. He parks the car, beats or kills the guy, then continues driving home. Seconds later, she claims to have just seen her attacker. He says something like “Are you sure? I thought that other guy was the one!” and she replies something like “No, I’m sure this time.” I think he beats/kills one or 2 more guys until he realizes wifey’s brains have gone bye-bye.
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