Ideas travel. No matter what you do and where you go. Ideas come from one person and through another. They The post Learning the Lessons of the Twilight Zone: He’s Alive appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Twilight star among three authors of paper explaining how ‘neural style transfer’ method was put to use in her directorial debut, the 17-minute short Come Swim Twilight and Personal Shopper Kristen Stewart has co-authored a researchShow More Summary
Kristen Stewart – the actress best known for "Twilight" – has co-written a paper on machine learning. The paper outlines the use of neural style transfer in Stewart's directorial debut, "Come Swim", which is about to premiere at Sundance Film Festival. Show More Summary
By Robert Niles: Disneyland gave a few invited guests a hard hat preview inside the former Twilight Zone Tower of Terror tonight, to see how Imagineers are transforming it into Disney's first Marvel-themed ride in the United States.Show More Summary
As the Obama administration comes to an end and we seemingly enter a bad timeline in The Twilight Zone where Biff has a pleasure palace in Hill Valley and a stupid small-handed version of Lex Luthor becomes president, I thought it might make for an interesting diversion to look at politics in fiction. Show More Summary
Here we stand. Less than 24 hours until the inauguration of a man uniquely unqualified to hold high office in the history of this great nation. A man who, unlike any before him, has fought his way to the Presidency through lies, slander and outright graft. Show More Summary
In case you haven’t seen the Sunday Herald’s inauguration piss-take. President Trump: The Inauguration 4pm, BBC One/ STV After a long absence, The Twilight Zone returns with one of the most ambitious, expensive and controversial productions in broadcast history. Sci-fi writers have dabbled often with alternative history stories – among the most common is the […]
The north-east horizon as seen in South Australia at 22:10 pm ACDST (astronomical twilight, an hour and a half after sunset) showing the location of Vesta on Saturday January 21 (similar views will be seen elsewhere at the equivalent local time, and hour and a half after sunset, click to embiggen). Show More Summary
Public safety and security costs have increased nearly twentyfold at the popular free summer concerts since 2013, forcing the city of Santa Monica to consider scaling back or ending the series
Readers of the weekly television listings printed in Scotland's Sunday Herald were recently treated to an expanded description of Donald Trump's upcoming inauguration. Writer Damien Love says of the January 20 televised event, "After...Show More Summary
The celebrated animated series comes to book shelves! IDW Publishing's My Little Pony: Princess Twilight Sparkle. The post My Little Pony: Princess Twilight Sparkle appeared first on CBR.com.
Hey, remember that Twilight Zone episode where William Shatner sees a gremlin outside the window of his plane? Or the one where "huge sections of the US electorate have somehow been duped into voting to make Donald Trump president," a "far-fetched" yet eventually "chillingly plausible" scenario? Scotland's Sunday Herald detailed...
The nightmare of black life in the United States, particularly how police can kill black people and get away with murder, is vividly presented on this song in the form of a “Twilight Zone” episode. With sirens and sound motifs from the...Show More Summary
Donald Trump‘s inauguration is happening this coming Friday – and one Scottish newspaper description of the event has gone viral. In the TV description section of the Herald Scotland, “President Trump: The Inauguration” is described as if it is an episode of The Twilight Zone. “After a long absence, The Twilight Zone returns with one [...]
In the probably fruitless quest to describe just how horrible it is that Donald Trump will soon be president, satirists have scoured the canon from surrealism all the way to Batman looking for apt comparisons. Now Damien Love, a television critic for Scotland’s The Herald, has thrown his hat into the ring with a TV highlights column for the ages. Show More Summary
It ends by calling it a "flawed piece" that gives a "disturbing glimpse of the horrors we could stumble into."
Oh, Scotland the Brave. The Scottish Sunday Herald newspaper has chosen to poke fun at the impending presidential inauguration of Donald Trump with a satirical blurb in its television listing section, where the paper likened the American political festivities to a return of Rod Serling's classic anthology series The Twilight Zone. ... More »
Scotland's The Sunday Herald struck a chord this week with a hilarious and chilling preview of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. In its Sunday TV guide section, the paper characterizes Trump's swearing in as a return of The Twilight...Show More Summary
The Herald in Scotland pretty much said what we were all thinking this weekend, announcing the inauguration of Donald Trump like a four-year episode of The Twilight Zone. Read more...