You can probably make a pretty strong case that just about anybody who likes genre television is a fan of The Twilight Zone.
As regular readers of TG know, we're big fans of the Twilight Zone and its creator Rod Serling.
Long time readers of TG know we're big fans of Rod Serling, and he's personally been one of my biggest heroes.
Those of you who are regular readers at know we’re big fans of The Twilight Zone.
There’s been horror on TV going all the way back to Thriller, hosted by Boris Karloff and Lights Out, which initially started off as radio show.
Having grown up with the Twilight Zone in re-runs, I'm a huge fan of Rod Serling, and I loved how he could set up an effective story that got you involved, and pulled the rug out from under you in half an hour.
Richard Matheson - author of the sci-fi Legend - hit his 86th birthday on February 20.
Matt Reeves, best known as the director of Cloverfield and Let Me In, has been chosen to helm the upcoming Twilight Zone movie.
Richard Matheson is one of the top sci-fi, fantasy and horror storytellers around.
Recently there’s been much speculation about what Christian Bale will be doing once the Dark Knight franchise ends next July.
Carol Serling, the widow of Rod Serling and keeper of the Twilight Zone flame, often expresses amazement that The Twilight Zone still keeps going year after year.
With the Planet of the Apes prequel nearly upon us, it takes me back to the first time I saw the 1967 original.
I've often joked that everything I need to know I learned from The Twilight Zone, but in all seriousness, it was a great show which taught a lot of moral lessons to people of all ages.
CBS and Netflix have clinched a potentially lucrative two-year licensing deal for the latter company to stream two classic sci-fi series: "Star Trek" (all generations ) and "The Twilight Zone."