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William Shatner Trapped in the Twilight Zone

Both series now in syndication FOREVER.

(Can you name the altered piece of music in the video?)


The Twilight Zone: The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Picture of a woman looking at a picture. Movie great of another time, once-brilliant star in a firmament no longer a part of the sky, eclipsed by the movement of earth and time.

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The Greatest Ray Bradbury Adaptations

This week marked the birthday of visionary science fiction icon Ray Bradbury. He was dubbed the “Poet of the Pulps” in 1953 for his lyrical style, which lent creditability to a genre that often struggled for legitimacy. 1,008 more words

Pop Culture

Dave Perillo Gives Fans A Slew Of Awesome New Prints From Gallery 1988's Latest Exhibit: "Squares 4 Squares"

Dave Perillo is one of those artists that pop culture fans can’t get enough of.  Gallery 1988 is in the midst of hosting a new solo show for Dave called… 178 more words


The Twilight Zone: The After Hours

In this episode of the twilight zone, a women thinks she is lost in a department store and later realizes that she isn’t lost at all. Enjoy.

The Stories of My Life

Today, FXX started their “every Simpsons ever” marathon. While I wish I could take a break from life and watch the entire series, I don’t think my office would consider it a valid leave of absence. 662 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Robin's Best

Since the untimely death of comic and actor Robin Williams last week, I’ve been looking back at his performances on television. I’ve been continually surprised and impressed at how as a sitcom actor, guest star and chat show guest he was able to take command of the medium, especially as Williams’ talents were always thought best suited to the dynamic scope of cinema and unbridled spontaneity of the live stage. 700 more words

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