You only have a few more months to enter... The Twilight Zone. Disney has announced that it will officially close the doors to the ride Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror on January 2, 2017, making way for Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout.
Congratulations! We just survived one record-breaking heatwave, but it was only the first volley in a campaign cooked up by the sun to kill us all. Forecasts anticipate another one soon, so get ready to sweat—and after you turn up the A/C you might as well learn about scifi’s shittiest heatwaves. Remember: Forewarned…
It’s that time of year again. Syfy’s Independence Day Twilight Zone marathon is upon us. But if you got spoiled by Syfy’s epic marathon of all 156 episodes over New Year’s, I’ve got some bad news for you: They’re only airing 57 episodes this weekend. We’ve still got the entire schedule below.
Thanks to PBS Digital Studios and its series Blank on Blank, we have this beautiful animation of an interview with The Twilight Zone’s Rod Serling. His ideas about science fiction, children, and imagination all get expressed in a wonderful way.
CBS has announced plans to revive the iconic anthology series The Twilight Zone, but it won’t be an ordinary TV show. Instead it’s a melding of TV and video games, helmed by gaming industry legend Ken Levine (the driving force behind Bioshock).
Ten classic episodes of The Twilight Zone will be broadcast in the UK for the first time—but, much like the show’s trademark, there’s a twist. The episodes will be reinvented as radio plays taken from Rod Serling’s original TV scripts, thanks to BBC Radio 4 Extra.
Sherlock returns for one night only! Galavant is back for season two! And all Hell is finally unleashed in the season finale of Ash vs Evil Dead! There’s also a ton of New Year’s marathons. And just what the heck is Yokai Watch, anyway? All this, and more, on This Week’s TV!
Every year the Syfy channel plays a Twilight Zone marathon over New Year’s. But this year they’re starting the festivities early. The first episode airs at 7pm this Wednesday, December 30th. We’ve compiled a schedule so you can catch your favorites, along with links to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon for all you…
A new Twilight Zone exhibit opened this week at the Bundy Museum of History and Art in Binghamton, New York. And we all have just six months to check it out.
We all know that economists love science fiction — especially Isaac Asimov fan Paul Krugman. But science fiction and fantasy can also help teach ordinary people about the Dismal Science. Here are 22 great science fiction and fantasy stories that can help you make sense of economics.
What if there was a blogger tackling the history of science fiction at the end of the Golden Age, as it happened? It would look a lot like the Galactic Journey blog, over on Dreamwidth.
Here's the complete schedule:
We're smack dab in the middle of SyFy's New Year Twilight Zone marathon. And I truly wish I had time to watch it all. But this annual tradition always gets me thinking about what episode is my favorite. I honestly don't know how to decide!
It's the most wonderful time of the year! New Year's Eve might be a garbage holiday, but at least we have Syfy's Twilight Zone marathon to console us. Below, a list of when you can watch each episode during this year's festivities. And for all you cordcutters, we've added links to Netflix (and Hulu for season 4) for…
It's the week that we ring in the new year with endless TV marathons (while resolving only to watch the best TV in 2015). But we've also got a new show coming out this week, a musical about true love and revenge from a legendary Disney composer, and his lyricist collaborator on Tangled.
If you've never seen it, you really should watch the classic 1962 Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man.
The Twilight Zone is probably the best TV show of all time. You're free to disagree, but you'd be wrong. So why not watch one of the greatest Twilight Zone episodes of all time tonight, "Mr. Dingle, The Strong"? It's a great example of one (often overlooked) feature that made the series so brilliant: Everyone in it…
On this day in 1959, American TV audiences embarked on a trip to a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. This first journey to the middle ground between light and shadow was a powerful voyage we still haven't forgotten. It was the first time we caught a glimpse of The Twilight Zone.
Thanks to Entertainment Earth, we've got the first look at this year's San Diego Comic-Con Twilight Zone convention exclusives. Get a good look at the new action figures that will be available to you this July, including horrible airplane passenger Bob Wilson, as played by William Shatner!
Old troves and the newly-discovered intrigue around them was sort of our theme today, what with the discovery of decades-old Atari game cartridges in a New Mexico landfill. It's a theme that always gets me thinking of one of The Twilight Zone's most influential episodes: "Time Enough at Last."