Note: Spoilers follow for the first two episodes of the third season of Twin Peaks.
“Is it future, or is it past?” Mike, the one-armed man, asks Cooper in the Black Lodge. 1,208 more words
25 years is a long fucking time.
and throughout that time, from Twin Peaks’ humble beginnings to its grand finale, we (the audience) could limn together a coherent picture of Lynch’s gradual transition from his disdain for network television (evinced by the smashing of the tv at the beginning of Fire: Walk With Me) to network television being our only hope to seeing Lynch return to cinema. 1,654 more words
Twin Peaks was quite an oddball when it first premiered in 1990 on ABC. It was the most unique television series of its time in the fact that no one had seen anything quite like it. 1,602 more words
in preparation for kicking off this mega David Lynch retrospective, i watched Eraserhead twice over the past week. upon rewatching it, it has become deeply burrowed into my subconscious, ineluctable, a code to be deciphered. 9,100 more words