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Dark Hall Mansion To Release Twilight Zone Print "It All Depends on Your Point of View” By Jeff Granito On September 4, 2015

Dark Hall Mansion To Release Twilight Zone Print “It All Depends on Your Point of View” By Jeff Granito On September 4, 2015

Dark Hall Mansion proudly welcomes guest-artist Jeff Granito to “The Twilight Zone.” Jeff’s gorgeous use of color and singular vision first came to DHM’s attention via Disney’s “WonderGround Gallery” and his striking “Haunted Mansion” pieces. 92 more words

Art / Posters

Twilight Zone #1

One of my favorite television shows growing up was The Twilight Zone. Rod Serling, in five seasons of some of the most well written television ever, created a golden standard of what television could attain and has not reached too often since. 945 more words

He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe

Download Musings From A Demented Mind For Free If You Dare!

Would you like a free copy of my latest ebook Musings From A Demented Mind by Derek Ailes & James Coon in exchange for your honest review? 116 more words

Horror

Dark Hall Mansion Announces Jeff Granito As Newest "Twilight Zone" Guest-Artist

Earlier today we showed you two sensational new prints from Tom Whalen that are part of his 10-print “Twilight Zone” series with Dark Hall Mansion… 351 more words

Posters

The Signal - 7/10

The Twilight Zone meets X-Men

The Signal starts off as a relatively straight forward hacker road trip but then quickly takes a turn for the bizarre and never stops turning. 225 more words

Rated 4-7

The Twilight Zone - Season 2 Disc 1 Review

The Twilight Zone

The Complete Definitive Collection

Season 1 Disc 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Season 2

“You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. 821 more words

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'The Twilight Zone' Gave A Ton Of Screen Legends Their Big Break

One of the seminal anthology series of TV’s black-and-white era, Twilight Zone creator and narrator Rod Serling mined the pulp fiction stories that he’d grown up with, merging their narratives with a reflection of what he considered society’s ills, including The Cold War, racism, and nationalism. 734 more words

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