"Twilight Zone" Returns To Theaters For Its 60th Anniversary

The mysterious, suspense-filled, sometimes sci-fi series The Twilight Zone is about to celebrate its 60th Anniversary with a one night cinematic event around the Country. CBS Home Entertainment has joined forces with Fathom Events to offer fans a unique experience. The iconic T.V. Series that originally ran from 1959-1964 seems to have been in syndication forever and continues to remain relevant today to television and filmmakers. Now fans of the show will get the chance to see a handful of episodes, digitally restored on on the silver screen for the first time ever, Thursday, November 14th. The events organizers went through all 156 episodes and narrowed the list down to six.

“Walking Distance” (original airdate Oct. 30, 1959); “Time Enough at Last” (original airdate Nov. 20, 1959); “The Invaders” (original airdate Jan. 27, 1961); “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” (original airdate: March 4, 1960); “Eye of the Beholder” (original airdate Nov. 11, 1960); and “To Serve Man” (original airdate March 2, 1962).

The one-night only event will also include a new documentary short, Remembering Rod Serling. (the shows creator, writer and host) More than 600 cinemas will participate in The Twilight Zone: A 60th Anniversary Celebration. Tickets go on sale Friday. Click HERE to see which theaters near you will have the feature.

via Hollywood Reporter

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