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‘Lean on Pete’ Review: A Striking, Shattering and Altogether Sensational Journey [TIFF]

Andrew Haigh’s Lean on Pete is a social realist drama of the highest order, combining the gentle pastoral touch of David Lynch’s The Straight Story with a probing sympathy for individuals on the edge of society recalling the best of the Dardenne brothers. Show More Summary

Surreal puzzler Back to Bed is free through Thursday on Steam

Acclaimed hypnotic spacial puzzler Back to Bed is free through Thursday evening on Steam. That's free to download and free to keep. I wrote about Back to Bed back in 2013. "If Salvador Dali, David Lynch and Robert Wiene were all alive...Show More Summary

Album of the Week: Annie Hart’s Impossible Accomplish”

Au Revoir Simone is one of David Lynch’s favorite bands, and the trio scored a couple of appearances on Twin Peaks: The Return despite not having released any new music since 2013. Now, Annie Hart, singer, keyboardist, and bassist for the New York outfit, is debuting a solo album, Impossible Accomplice, out via Uninhabitable Mansions.

David Lynch on Bowie and the Music that Inspired the New “Twin Peaks”

“I just wish he [Bowie] was still around and that I could work with him again.”

David Lynch Rejected A Nine Inch Nails Song For Not Being “Aggressive And Ugly” Enough For Twin Peaks

The strangest and most intense moment of David Lynch's recent Twin Peaks: The Return series was the one that featured Nine Inch Nails giving a convulsive performance of "She's Gone Away" smack in the middle of the episode. Trent Reznor says that he wrote the song, which appeared on the band's Not The Actual Events…

Kirkis Holds the Creepiest Wake Ever in “Miracle” Video

Don’t feel too bad if you find yourself unsettled while watching “Miracle,” the music video for the new single from rising Australian artist Kirkis; watching a corpse rise from a coffin in a church inhabited by colorful, David Lynch-ian characters would generally be considered off-putting by any measure. But if the visual airs on the […]

The cat's out of the bag: Swery talks his upcoming feline murder mystery The Good Life

Twin Peaks is back, and so is Swery. Taking a holiday to tour the town where they filmed David Lynch's series - North Bend, Washington - it should come as no surprise that I happened upon the real life inspiration for one of Deadly Premonition's locales, the Milk Barn. Show More Summary

David Lynch thought Nine Inch Nails' original Twin Peaks song wasn't "ugly" enough

Back in June, Nine Inch Nails (or maybe The Nine Inch Nails) made an appearance on Twin Peaks, closing out an episode by playing “She’s Gone Away” from the Not The Actual Events EP. Apparently, though, that song wasn’t Trent Reznor’s first pick for a Twin Peaks song. As reported by Pitchfork, Reznor and Atticus Ross… Read more...

Nine Inch Nails Pitched a “Twin Peaks” Song That Wasn’t “Ugly” Enough for David Lynch

Atticus Ross on Lynch’s feedback: “I think he said, ‘Make my hair stand on end.‘”

Could Twin Peaks Actually Get Another Season? Here's What David Lynch Says

With Twin Peaks: The Return officially wrapped up, talks have been circulating about another season. Here's what David Laynch has to say about a possible new season.

Every Time David Lynch Has Ignored Questions About Twin Peaks: The Return’s Finale Plot

Any interviewer who’s ever had the pleasure of speaking with David Lynch — or, any fan of David Lynch in general — will tell you that he doesn’t answer questions about his work. Nada. Zilch. Want to know the plot? Too bad. What’s the meaning behind everything? Sucks for you. ... More »

RIP: Harry Dean Stanton has passed away at 91

Yet again here on a Friday night, we have some sad news for you guys. Looks like ALIEN star Harry Dean Stanton has passed away at the age of 91. Most recently Stanton was part of David Lynch and Showtime's masterpiece TWIN PEAKSShow More Summary

Harry Dean Stanton Remembered: “There Went A Great One,” David Lynch Says

Harry Dean Stanton died today at age 91 in Los Angeles, two weeks before his latest film Lucky was due to hit theaters from Magnolia Pictures. It is the latest of his more than 200 film and TV credits for the character actor extraordinaire,...Show More Summary

‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘Repo Man’ star Harry Dean Stanton has died at age 91

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Harry Dean Stanton, who recently reprieved his role as the manager of the Fat Trout Trailer Park in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: The Return, has died, TMZ reports. Stanton’s career spanned generations, and he starred in films like the 1984 sci-fi comedy Repo Man, the brat pack drama Pretty...

David Lynch has not ruled out more 'Twin Peaks'; Season 3 on Blu-ray in December

Lynch said it was too early to say whether there'd be a fourth season or not, but it will be a while if there is. "It took me four and a half years to write and film this season." Continue reading…

David Lynch Says If Twin Peaks Returns Again, It Won't Be for a Long Time

Twin Peaks fans went into The Return expecting it to be the end of the series. And then the brain-liquefying finale happened, leaving things so open-ended that it seems like actually, maybe David Lynch and Mark Frost have a lot more story to tell. Well, Lynch himself told Entertainment Weekly that... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Twin Peaks David Lynch

'Twin Peaks': David Lynch Offers a Timeline for a Potential Sequel

If there's a fourth season beyond Showtime's 'The Return,' it won't see the light of day until "four years from now," according to the famously secretive filmmaker. read more

‘Twin Peaks’ Might Be Back In a Few Years, Says David Lynch

Showtime’s Twin Peaks, one of television’s most anticipated revivals, just wrapped up 18 wild and weird seasons on the network. The final episode of David Lynch’s surreal saga left fans with plenty of questions about the fate of several characters, but simultaneously felt like a true ending — particularly in relation to the original show […]

Let’s Rock! David Lynch Open to More ‘Twin Peaks’

By Max Covill Special Agent Dale Cooper might suit up once again. The article Let’s Rock! David Lynch Open to More ‘Twin Peaks’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Third Season of “Twin Peaks” Heads to DVD & Blu-ray in December

The stars turn and a time presents itself. Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” just wrapped up its revival season earlier this month, but we’ve already got the first news on the forthcoming home video release. As revealed by David Lynch himself over on Twitter today, “Twin Peaks: The Third Season” will hit DVD and Blu-ray on December […]

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