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Comic-Con: 'Twin Peaks' cast honors 'profound and focused' leader David Lynch

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Actors old and new came together to talk about the return of the cult series on Showtime.        

Twin Peaks’ Amy Shiels on Her Tragic Backstory for Candie and Why She’s Like a ‘Little Dog’

Despite episode ten of Twin Peaks: The Return giving ample screen time to the seemingly never-ending instances of violence against women in the Lynchian canon, brief moments of levity still managed to shine through — as evidenced by the reintroduction of the pink-clad Candie in Las Vegas. When we lay ... More »

Peaks TV S3E09-10 – “The glow is dying.”

Peaks TV is a new podcast from David Chen and Joanna Robinson. Every two weeks, we’ll be recapping the latest episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return on Showtime. This week, we recap the 9th and 10th episodes of season 3. Be sure to check out Ben Pearson’s recap of this week’s episode. Show More Summary

TV Club: The biggest bad returns to Adventure Time as a new villain emerges

Doppelgangers. Immortal personifications of evil. I’m not talking about the new Twin Peaks, but the latest episode of Adventure Time, which has Finn and his plant doppelganger, Fern, working together to prevent Sweet P from becoming the Lich. Show More Summary

Eamon Farren On Playing Twin Peaks’ Embodiment of Evil and What Makes Him Such a Lynchian Villain

When Richard Horne first made his way onto the screen in Twin Peaks: The Return, he seemed like one cool cat who could easily pick up a beautiful lady or two at the Bang Bang Bar. The cigarette! The indifferent stare! Those beautifully sculptured cheekbones! Swoon. But in typical Lynchian ... More »

Twin Peaks’ Season 3 Part 10 Recap: “The Glow Is Dying”

The late Catherine E. Coulson’s Log Lady is one of the few characters on Twin Peaks: The Return who feels less and less like she’s operating in the realm of the ridiculous. Such is a strange thing to say about a character who carries around a prophetic log and calls the police station any time it has […]

Twin Peaks: The Return’ Review: Exploring the Best Moments of Part 10

(Each week, we’re going to kick off discussion about Twin Peaks: The Return by answering one question: what was the best scene of the episode?) With the return of Game of Thrones last night, David Lynch and Mark Frost need be at theShow More Summary

Twin Peaks: The Return’ Episode 10: Laura is The One

By H. Perry Horton An old prophecy returns. The article ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Episode 10: Laura is The One appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Twin Peaks Recap: Laura Is the One

(Author’s note: I have the unfortunate job of replacing the irreplaceable Laura Hudson for the next few weeks. But if you fear the changing of horses midstream, here’s how I feel about Twin Peaks: The Return so far: It’s a gift. Many have remarked about the show’s stylistic and tonal ... More »

TV Club: A stage-setting Twin Peaks tells a story about telling a story

Twin Peaks’ “The Return, Part 10” is a story about telling a story: what to include, what to leave out, and what gets covered over and over, by intent or accident. It’s also about how easy it is to get sidetracked by an attractive distraction. Show More Summary

'Twin Peaks' Recap: Is Time Running Out for Dougie Jones?

In this episode of Twin Peaks, titled "The Return, Part 10," Richard Horne tries to cover his tracks, Janey-E gains a new appreciation for Dougie, and Gordon Cole and the Log Lady have visions involving Laura Palmer. First, a few clarifications...Show More Summary

TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN Review: Episode 10

6 days agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Love (and Richard Horne) is in the air. Read more...

How David Lynch Explores the Mythology of Transcendental Meditation in Twin Peaks: The Return

by Daniel Cecil David Lynch: Diving deep one Twin Peaks episode at a time. Tristan Fewings / Getty In his book Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity, visual artist, coffee maker and quinoa lover David Lynch reveals the secret to his creativity is the ability to “dive deep.” ''Ideas are like fish,” he writes. Show More Summary

Twin Peaks Star Dana Ashbrook on Bobby’s Redemption, Learning to Cry on Cue, and Why David Lynch Is So ‘Classy’

Of all the characters who returned to Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival, perhaps none have been met with a more surprising hero’s welcome than Bobby Briggs. In the 25 years since we last saw him, the former floppy-haired teen punk with a knack for mischief has climbed the ranks to become ... More »

Great Job, Internet!: Angelo Badalamenti describing writing “Laura Palmer’s Theme” is haunting

Angelo Badalamenti’s soundtrack from the original run of Twin Peak’s is one of the show’s most defining elements, but other than sharing a theme song, Twin Peaks: The Return has had a noticeable lack of the composer’s classic score.Show More Summary

Twin Peaks” Is the Best Show on TV: Stop Calling It a Movie!

last weekFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Writing about the return of Twin Peaks is certainly no mean feat for even the most seasoned critic. The return of one of television's most staggering artistic achievements has been an event unlike anything else going on in the medium....

All Hail Kyle MacLachlan’s Twin Peaks Social-Media Blitz

With Twin Peaks: The Return reaching its halfway point on Showtime, many questions still remain: When will the real Agent Cooper finally awaken? Why the hell haven’t we seen Audrey yet? It’s fine, we get it. We want to see Good Coop move like a cobra and squeeze another assassin’s ... More »

David Lynch in new film 'Lucky'; Alamo screening 'Eraserhead' & more

There's a lot going on in David Lynch's sphere in addition to the return of Twin Peaks... Continue reading…

Great Job, Internet!: Matthew Lillard’s mysterious website from Twin Peaks is online and extremely ’90s

Last night, David Lynch brought us back to Twin Peaks for the first time since we saw the Trinity nuclear test give birth to BOB a few weeks ago. It was a solid, if exposition-heavy hour, and one of its highlights was the return of Matthew Lillard’s William Hastings, who we haven’t seen since the series’ first few hours. Show More Summary

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