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Saturday Matinee: Industrial Symphony No. 1

“Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Broken Hearted” is a short theater production written and directed by David Lynch. It was originally performed at New York’s Brooklyn Academy of Music as part of the New Music America Festival on November 10, 1989 and was released for home video in 1990. 94 more words


The Twin Peaks Playing cards

Just one of the paying card paintings for the Kickstarter. The original is completley hand-painted. I’m thinking the eventual design will be pretty close to this one… 69 more words

New Twin Peaks Set Photos

Entertainment Weekly has released a never before seen set of photos from the very secretive set of Twin Peaks. This is our first look at many of the refunding favorites such as Hawk, Andy and Lucy, Shelly and Norma, Gordon Cole and Albert Rosenfield, Denise Bryson, and James Hurley. 31 more words


"Dark, Deep Darkness and Splendor"

New 4K restorations of two David Lynch masterpieces, his influential debut feature, “Eraserhead” (1977), which he has called “a dream of dark and troubling things,” and “Mulholland Dr.” (2001), a peerless thriller of confused identities, which often tops critics’ polls, are highlights of a 19-film celebration of the visionary director, “The Films of David Lynch.” Included in the  program are Lynch’s eight additional features, seven shorts, and “Meditation, Creativity and Peace,” which documents his tour discussing transcendental meditation and how it affects his work. 387 more words


Enigma and anathema: Eraserhead’s wretched puzzles

Photo credit: Blumhouse

Is it an allegory for nuclear proliferation? A fever dream born from parental anxiety? A tale of nature reclaiming a post-industrial, near post-human world? 1,204 more words


'TWIN PEAKS' Covers the Latest EW Issue

Entertainment Weekly has officially released their three alternate covers for next week’s special issue, which features an in-depth look at David Lynch’s immortal horror/drama/soap opera/science fiction/fantasy/mystery series revival,  159 more words


Twin Peaks Revival: 4 Pros, 1 Con

by Benjamín Harguindey

As reported ealier this year, Twin Peaks is finally getting its third season. The first two out of eighteen episodes air May 21st on Showtime, and as the date draws near I find myself losing my initial skepticism and getting hyped for its fabled revival. 706 more words