twilight zone

That is, it is real. It is the only episode in which the narrator does not say that this is the Twilight Zone. Trump proves
Now, here it is, hundreds of years later: millions of fruitcakes are manufactured and sold in just the United States alone
Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" was inspried by a real-life ornithological disaster! Surpising details about a popular "Twilight Zone" episode! Actress Elke Sommer's life was saved by a psychic!
While the original "Twilight Zone" series ended over 50 years ago, there's no shortage of fans looking to celebrate the groundbreaking
May 11th is a day where fans celebrate a series that forever changed science fiction on TV: “Twilight Zone.”
This month is the 55th anniversary of "The Twilight Zone," and with Halloween upon us, what better way to celebrate than
A supercut of creepy laughs from the Twilight Zone.
Unfolding like exquisite, lost Twilight Zone episodes, Sci-Fest is a theatre festival unafraid to journey into the bleakest, most gut-wrenching corners of human nature to the sheer delight of the thoroughly mind-bended audience.
Designing a plan without the leadership of those who know the system best is more like misanthropy than philanthropy. For those who tell me they want to assist our schools, I will not sign on until I know educators are at the center of the decision making.
Not to label it a leftover festival, but there is the sense that the movies in Tribeca have either already had their debut elsewhere or, more to the point, didn't have a debut elsewhere because they didn't make the cut. Still, I always enjoy the opportunity that Tribeca affords me as a critic and curator.
Black boxes and V2V transmitters are just the tip of the iceberg, though. The 2015 Corvette Stingray will be outfitted with
I just read an article listing five reasons you should not own a dog and it included lots of information about personality
These are all shows that deserve wider attention but weren't big hits when they first aired.
Ben Affleck is Batman! Sean was missing for the biggest news out of Hollywood this week, but Brian and I still had plenty
The visuals of The Twilight Zone form a kind of collective generational nightmare. The remarkable thing about the man who created many of these episodes from 1959 to 1964, Rod Serling, is that the writer-presenter learned his craft not in the visual era but in the age of radio drama.
In the interceding decades, I have attracted those I consider part of my "tribe" who may also hail from somewhere else in the cosmos. We speak a common language: that of nature and mysticism, music and art, touch and deep spirituality.
I still remember watching an episode of the revamped Twilight Zone back in 1985, white-knuckled as the silhouetted killer from under the bed prepared to finish off the one kid who was supposed to be immune to the carnage of the Shadow Man.
His colors are often contrary to what photographs show. Skies become verdant greens, rare reds and even majestic purples. His land shimmers in searing blues and fiery yellow.
Why do we love terrifying ourselves? I am sure we've all experienced those spine-tingling moments as a child telling the most frightening stories late at night when parents are asleep.