OO-DOO-DOO-DOO ... DOO-DOO-DOO-DOO ... "There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call the Twilight Zone ..." The first season of the late 1950s/early 1960s anthology show which begat a thousand and one Future Shocks (not to mention a thousand and one spooky twist endings) is out now on DVD ­ and, thanks to 2 Entertain Ltd, we've got five boxed sets (RRP £59.99) to give away to five Megazine readers!

The 36-episode first season includes: Where Is Everybody? (completely and inexplicably alone, a man wanders the deserted streets of a small town); One For the Angels (informed that his time on Earth is up, a gentle sidewalk salesman talks Mr Death into letting him make one really big pitch before he dies); Mr Denton on Doomsday (pictured ­ a broken-down gunslinger finds a magic potion that restores his shooting skill); The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine (Ida Lupino plays a forgotten star of the 1930s who uses films of her old movies to re-create the spirit of her heyday); The Lonely (convicted of murder and sent to a deserted asteroid for 40 years, a man is given a robot woman for company); The Hitch-Hiker (driving cross-country, a girl keeps seeing the same hitch-hiker on the road ahead, beckoning her toward a fatal accident); The Last Flight (fleeing from a World War One dogfight, a cowardly British pilot lands his 1917 biplane at a modem jet air base in France ... in 1959); The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street (a mysterious power failure causes paranoid suburban residents to suspect one another of being disguised creatures from outer space); The After Hours (pictured ­ a woman who buys a thimble on the ninth floor of a department store later discovers the floor doesn¹t exist ...); and 27 others, each every bit as spooky as the rest. You probably half-remember most of these from nightmares you had as a kid, so why not relive the anxiety, the fear, the sodden bedsheets by telling us the answer to this simple question:

This competition closed on 20th September, 2005.