Schoenberg began Gurrelieder in 1900, but he didn’t hear it until 1913. By then, he’d moved on, and he ostentatiously…
We get unexpected romance, some perfunctory deaths, and a truly sad one.
Jeremy Lindholm was the subject of discussion on a Twin Peaks message board recently due to what users described as bizarre and predatory behavior with fans who posted on Facebook. The post “Twin Peaks” Actor Allegedly Tried To Kill Girlfriend With Baseball Bat — Over Kool-Aid appeared first on CrimeFeed.
I'm already in mourning for Twin Peaks. Even though there are still three episodes left, and in this day and age it feels as though there's no such thing as a truly cancelled show, there's an undoubtable sense of loss...
We stand on the precipice of rebirth in episode 15 of Twin Peaks, which means death is inevitable. Lynch draws us closer to the intimacy of death through Margaret Lanterman, the Log Lady, who tells Deputy Chief Hawk she is dying. “You know about death — that it’s just a change, not an end.” It’s […]
Those of us who've stuck with this incredible (and incredibly difficult) season of television each have our own reasons for doing so. Some revel in David Lynch's darkest imagery, some want to laugh at his joyful absurdism. Maybe some simply just want to be contrarians toward the Game of Thrones... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Kyle MacLachlan David Lynch Twin Peaks
A strange and smoky appearance from FBI agent Phillip Jeffries
By H. Perry Horton An episode of mysterious convergences and heartbreaking closure. The article ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ Episode 15: Judy, Judy, Judy appeared first on Film School Rejects.
(Each week, we’re going to kick off a discussion about Twin Peaks: The Return by answering one question: what was the best scene of the episode?) As Twin Peaks approaches the conclusion of its new season, I wondered if co-creators David...Show More Summary
In “The Return, Part 12,” Sarah Palmer warns her young cashier, and us, “Things can happen! Something happened to me.” In “The Return, Part 15,” something is happening, and as entertaining as the show’s winding, ominous roads have been, it’s energizing to see the show reach a crossroads, even if it’s not clear what lies ahead. Show More Summary
“I sent my Soul through the Invisible,Some letter of that After-life to spell:And by and by my Soul return’d to me,And answer’d: ‘I Myself am Heav’n and Hell”—Omar KhayyámThis quote kept coming to mind as I watched the fifteenth episode of Twin Peaks: The Return unfurl upon the screen. It ... More »
Going into "The Return, Part 15,", we've got a whole lot of unanswered questions, including what, if anything, is going to snap Dougie-Coop out of his stupor. Season 3 of Twin Peaks has weaved a complex tapestry of inept hitmen, only...Show More Summary
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As the Showtime revival introduced a new version of Phillip Jeffries, the series said goodbye to an original star. read more
U.S Gymnastics Championships on NBC at 7:00pm ET. Twin Peaks on Showtime at 8:00pm ET. Endeavor on PBS at 9:00pm ET. Fourth season premiere. Game of Thrones on HBO at 9:00pm ET. 75 minute episode tonight, so buckle in. I...
PLUS: TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN enters its final hours. Read more...
James Marshall, who plays wannabe bad boy James Hurley on Twin Peaks, finally had a chance to share his opinion on a debate that has consumed the show's fandom for decades. Is Laura Palmer's former beau cool? More »
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TMZ reports that Jeremy Lindholm, an actor who recently appeared on David Lynch’s Showtime revival of Twin Peaks, has been charged with attempted second-degree murder. Lindholm—who played Mickey, a guy who grabs a ride with Harry Dean...Show More Summary
Sunday Brings One Of The Final Four Hours Of TWIN PEAKS!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Showtime says of episode 14: “There's some fear in letting go.” Previously. On “Twin Peaks.” FRANK & GORDON. Frank Truman tells Gordon Cole that pages from Laura Palmer’s diary suggest there are “two Coopers.” 1975 OLYMPIA. Show More Summary