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BOOK REVIEW: As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling

by Don Laird

The pen of Rod Serling was on fire during television’s first and finest golden age. Serling crafted some of the most memorable and engaging live anthology dramas, while later going on to create, host and write for what is now recognized as a show that was far ahead of its time, “ 807 more words

Counseling

The Twilight Zone - Almeida Theatre - review

The original Twilight Zone is a television masterpiece, a collection of glimpses into worlds one step sideways from our own, with skillful storytelling, an exquisitely drawn sense of mood, and a progressive attitude toward social justice. 1,979 more words

Theatre

The Twilight Zone - Almeida Theatre (Daniella's Review)

Words by Daniella Harrison

Ladies and gentlemen, it is my fond and fervent hope that you enjoy this review. Or is it a review? *squints into the void* 718 more words

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Your Guide to TV's 100+ Reboots and Revivals: The Twilight Zone, Roswell, The Office, Party of Five and More

Hollywood’s obsession with reviving long-gone TV series is showing no signs of slowing down.

In the last few years, dozens of beloved small-screen classics have been brought back from the dead, or at least reworked for new audiences. 171 more words

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Rod Serling and the Trump Presidency

The Twilight Zone: It’s a Good Life (Season 3, Episode 8; 1961)) Rod Serling (from story by Jerome Bixby)

While Rob Serling could not possibly have had Donald Trump in mind when he aired what many call one of the best, if not the best, episode of The Twilight Zone, “It’s a Good Life,” there’s little doubt he had infantile placating, immature behavior, and authoritarian predilections in mind. 174 more words

Issues & Misc.

A short review of "Black Mirror" Season 3

“Black Mirror” (2011) remains the best science fiction show on television; I’d rate the six-episode third season a perfect 10.  The show continues to succeed at every level with its story concepts and their execution.  327 more words

55) Deaths-Head Revisited (The Twilight Zone)

It’s pretty obvious from their contemporary portrayal in movies like “The Great Dictator,” that most of Europe and the rest of the world didn’t realize how bad concentration camps were. 654 more words

100 Greatest Episodes