Modern Twilight Zone Plots In 10 Horrifying Tweets

Modern Twilight Zone Plots In 10 Horrifying Tweets

What would The Twilight Zone, Rod Serling cult classic horror TV series be like in the modern age? Here are some fresh plot ideas from Modern Twilight Zone‘s Twitter.

A brave sandwich artist at one @SUBWAY discovers a hidden room with Jared clones growing in tanks labelled ham, turkey, and roast beef.

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) February 25, 2014

Mya fears Hulu’s ‘targeted ads’ may have too much information about her when her friends and family appear in them and speak directly to her

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) February 18, 2014

Ann realises that her TV shows footage from #Sochi2014 days before it happens live, unfortunately she can only watch curling.

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) February 7, 2014

Phoebe investigates the true nature of her new neighbours when their images appear as aliens as she films them on Vine

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) January 29, 2014

After buying a piece of homemade jewelry from an @etsy shop, Kate realises she is sharing the emotions of its creator when wearing it.

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) January 21, 2014

Courtney logs back into her old @aim account to find that a high school version of herself is still talking with other people.

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) January 17, 2014

After a #3dprinting studio’s computer goes missing, employees find a “printed” city hidden in a supply closet. But who is it being made for?

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) January 16, 2014

What’s thought to be heat lightning turns out to be camera flashes as one family realises they are living in a diorama in a museum

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) January 3, 2014

Mya is hopelessly addicted to #candycrush and sees candy everywhere. Her battle for sanity culminates in a visit from the Candy King himself

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) December 18, 2013

Ethan designs a clever program that mines bitcoins for him, but what will he do when his program starts demanding a cut of the profits?

— Modern Twilight Zone (@ModernSerling) December 16, 2013

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  • I got the bluray boxset of the original series for my girlfriend at Christmas and have loved it. Some of it’s surprisingly dark for the time it was made

  • On a whim, Lillian puts together all of Luke’s one line articles and realises that together they form an incantation to unshackle Rikonhan, the ender of Life, and devourer of Death, from her chains of eternal binding.

  • Is this by the same people who tweets “modern Seinfeld” episode pitches? While I enjoy those, I recognise the same kind of forced references to “modern” topics and products.

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