Nicholas Parisi, author of Rod Serling: His Life, Work and Imagination returns to The Twilight Zone Podcast to talk about the lineup for Serling-Fest 2019 - The Twilight Zone at 60!
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The final episode of The Twilight Zone 2019 coverage is here, as a bumper crop of listeners chime in on Blurryman and the season as a whole. Thank you to everyone who made these listener reaction shows such a success.
It's the end, but the moment has been prepared for... Episode 10 of the new Twilight Zone has dropped and there are surprises beyond what anyone was expecting. Tom Elliot is joined by Brandon-Shea Mutala to search for the Blurryman.
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Tom Elliot and Zach Moore stow away on a shuttle to Mars. Will they both end up engulfed by a solar flare, or can they band together to complete the mission? Tonight's Twilight Zone, Six Degrees of Freedom.
Tonight I'm joined by one of The Twilight Zone's premier online commentators, Paul, the creator of the blog Shadow and Substance and the companion twitter feed. We discuss the fourth episode of the new Twilight Zone, A Traveller.
It's time once again for the listeners to chime in on the episode Replay. Written by Selwyn Seyfu Hinds and starring Sanaa Lathan, Damson Idris and Glenn Fleshler, what do the listeners think of the new Twilight Zone's hardest hitting episode so far?
We've bought our tickets, we've taken our seats. It's time to watch the first episode of The Twilight Zone 2019 when Kumail Nanjiani steps onto the stage as The Comedian. Tom Elliot and Brandi Jackola are in the audience...
The time has finally come. The Twilight Zone makes it's 2019 debut on CBS All Access with two episodes, one of which has a familiar title... Join Tom Elliot as he boards a plane, for a Nightmare at 30,000 Feet.
When truth is not the truth, what dimension are you even in? To celebrate the 150th episode of The Twilight Zone Podcast, Tom Elliot is joined by Brandi Jackola to discuss the Superbowl trailer for Twilight Zone 2019!
To help fund my trip to The Twilight Zone 60th anniversary celebrations in 2019, please consider supporting The Twilight Zone Podcast on Patreon where you can get access to The Twilight Zone Podcast: Another Dimension where I cover the episodes that I didn't cover when I left the show in 2014. Beginning at the end of January 2019.
In another installment of the Road to Twilight Zone 2019 mini episode series, Tom Elliot is joined by podcaster Zach Moore to talk about the news about the Nightmare at 20,000 Feet remake for Twilight Zone 2019.
In a break from the usual format, Tom Elliot is joined by veteran podcaster Zach Moore to explore the Shadow & Substance, Twilight Zone comic collection from Dynamite Comics.
To go straight to a spoiler free roundup of the book please jump to 1:14:05.
In a return to our regular programming, we're back in The Twilight Zone with the episode Dead Man's Shoes. But! In addition to that, Tom chat's to Gavin from the new Binghampton attraction, the Twilight Zone Escape Room!
To clear the decks before we dive back into The Twilight Zone, join Tom Elliot as he reads listener reactions to the Rod Serling's Planet of the Apes episode and plays the full interview with Rod Serling scholar, Amy Boyle Johnston.
In this epic special edition of The Twilight Zone Podcast, to celebrate the fifty year anniversary, Tom Elliot is joined by a cast of friends to dissect Rod Serling's original script for Planet of the Apes...
While Tom works on the Planet of the Apes episode coming next, lets catch up with some listener emails and then visit The Night Gallery and Tales From the Crypt in Strange and Deadly's Television Terror...
This short bonus episode features the short story Examination Day by Henry Slesar which went on to be the inspiration for an episode of the 80s Twilight Zone of the same name.
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After returning from seeing The Twilight Zone on stage at The Almeida Theatre, London, Tom gives his thoughts on the 2017/2018 theatre adaptation of the show. Our thanks to James Rose for adding his voice to The Twilight Zone Podcast.
Before the Twilight Zone episode Still Valley, was the short story The Valley Was Still by Manly Wade Wellman. It is with great pleasure and much thanks that we welcome Andrew Schneider to The Twilight Zone Podcast to read the story for you.
Tom Elliot takes a look at the classic Episode The Midnight Sun, digs deep into the mail bag in Submitted For Your Approval and then gives his thoughts on the Twilight Zone Reboot helmed by Jordan Peele.
It's good that you're listening to this podcast...real good. Join Tom Elliot on a journey celebrating It's a Good Life, one of The Twilight Zone's most revered episodes. But this journey goes beyond just the episode itself and Tom explores the different versions of the tale. That's all the podcasting there is!
In part two of my epic chat with Arlen Schumer, we talk about what makes The Twilight Zone "look" different from other shows of the time, Arlen's own experiences in The Twilight Zone and bringing Arlen Schumer and The Twilight Zone to the UK.
It's with great pleasure that I welcome Arlen Schumer to The Twilight Zone Podcast. Artist, comic book and pop culture historian and author of Visions From The Twilight Zone, Arlen is a lifelong fan and commentator on the show. His accomplishments not only include his book Visions From The Twilight Zone, but also his multi media lecture Twilight Zone Forever.
It's with great pleasure that I welcome Amy Boyle Johnston, the author of Unknown Serling: An Episodic History vol. 1, a fascinating look into Rod Serling's life before The Twilight Zone. Including excerpts of documents from the Rod Serling archives, interviews with friends and colleagues of Serling who have never been interviewed before.
One of the most revered and celebrated episodes of The Twilight Zone had its beginnings with this 1953 short story by Jerome Bixby: It's a Good Life. Before our examination of the Twilight Zone classic, Tom Elliot reads that story....It's a good story....a really GOOD story...
(No animals were harmed during the making of this podcast)
Having paid his Twilight Zone dues, George Clayton Johnson writes one of the most famous episodes of all time. But does it deserve its legendary status? Tom Elliot finds out when he plays A Game of Pool.
To celebrate episode 100 of The Twilight Zone Podcast, Tom Elliot reads two stories from podcast listeners:
Periphery by Marc Allie
The Note Writer by David Jones
The subject matter in this episode of The Twilight Zone Podcast may be upsetting to some. If you are struggling with feelings of depression and are considering harming yourself, please visit http://www.samaritans.org/ who can offer support and help.