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ISBN:0877017255
Author: Arlen Schumer
ISBN13: 978-0877017257
Title: Visions from The Twilight Zone
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Language: English
Category: Television
Publisher: Chronicle Books (February 1, 1991)
Pages: 169

Visions from The Twilight Zone by Arlen Schumer



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Arlen Schumer's Visions from Twilight Zone is a fascinating book, partly due to the never-ending hold that this TV show has on the public's consciousness, but also in no small part due to the innovative graphic design that juxtaposes text and image (many of which are deliberately low-res to emulate the "cool media" that was 1959-64 television) in. new ways. TZ's influence on subsequent art works (Cindy Sherman) are covered as well, but the gemstone in these pages is film critic J. Hoberman's essay on the show and it's relationship to post-war American life

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Visions from the Twilight Zone. Long, long out of print, Arlen Schumer's (best known for doing the cover art for Zicree's TZ Companion) fascinating photomontage book is one of the more interesting trip through Serling's Twilight Zone. Screencaps (done using an old 525 line tv for added effect) and dialogue snippets create an intresting mellange. Also included is the complete version of the famed "Eye of the Beholder" show in stills and an essay from the Village Voice. Essential for any fan of the show. Like everything twilight zone-It's great. Published by Thriftbooks

Uses photographs and dialogue to recreate one episode of the Twilight Zone and depict the atmosphere and issues the series attempted to convey
Reviews: 7
Ichalote
I am a huge twilight zone fan but this is a very disappointing book. It provides no insight into the series, just a collection of quotes and pictures from the episodes. The pictures are not very good. It does include the whole episode go "Eye of the Beholder", but with the wonderful transfers available on dvd or blu ray why read what is essentially a photo novel from the 70's or 80;s. You can read the whole book in less than 10 minutes and it would still be time wasted.
Macage
Interesting and reflective, but I expected more in content. I'm a huge Twilight Zone fan and I'm not giving it away. It has substance and the essence of the Genre'.
Cogelv
So much can be said about the stories from "The Twilight Zone." Arlen Schumer's choices of focus are satisfying and deeply meaningful as he lays before us the greatness of Serling's insights into the human condition. The book is beautifully made as befits its subject matter.
Rare
Very Cool!
Onoxyleili
This is a highly interesting book, which also includes the script to the episode "Eye of the Beholder". Stills from the original TZ are included and captions include lines from the episodes. However, the stills are of very poor quality and this works against the tolerance of the reader. It was published in 1990, five or so years before computer screen-capture devices were developed, and before the internet emerged. A creative little book, but 10 years ex post facto, it's no more than mildly interesting. If you're a TZ fan, buy a used copy and put it on your coffee table, like I did.
Shazel
I purchased the book off of yahoo.com the book is great and should be amazon.com The author is very imaginative and it seems like the book itself comes alive while your reading it,The book is like no other book I've ever read.It has alot of action and it seems like it was written by a ghost. I highly recommmend this book to readers,because I think the author is a man who has been through alot of hell,the book is written by Rod E. Serling Relations, Theory Of The Twilight Zone Editor,James Serling; Author,M.J.Sudore
Fenritaur
Long, long out of print, Arlen Schumer's (best known for doing the cover art for Zicree's TZ Companion) fascinating photomontage book is one of the more interesting trip through Serling's Twilight Zone. Screencaps (done using an old 525 line tv for added effect) and dialogue snippets create an intresting mellange. Also included is the complete version of the famed "Eye of the Beholder" show in stills and an essay from the Village Voice. Essential for any fan of the show.
Arlen Schumer's Visions from Twilight Zone is a fascinating book, partly due to the never-ending hold that this TV show has on the public's consciousness, but also in no small part due to the innovative graphic design that juxtaposes text and image (many of which are deliberately low-res to emulate the "cool media" that was 1959-64 television) in new ways. TZ's influence on subsequent art works (Cindy Sherman) are covered as well, but the gemstone in these pages is film critic J. Hoberman's essay on the show and it's relationship to post-war American life. The book is worth the price for Hoberman's piece alone. I wish I'd never loaned my copy (to an acquaintance I've long since lost track of), oh those many years ago.