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Eternal Stories from the Upanishads in The Return

“I thought when I started meditation that I was going to get real calm and peaceful and it’s going to be over. It’s not that way; it’s so energetic. 1,347 more words

David Lynch

Could DJs hold a key to understanding The Return?

This morning on the train, I was indulging my passions for techno music and Twin Peaks simultaneously – reading a blog review of Part 13 while listening to a DJ mix on headphones. 1,782 more words

Twin Peaks

Nephilim

Between thorny
and immaterial,
Heaven became them
in the cold luminous light
of Nephilim exacting
double-exposure
on celluloid.
John Biscello

Lost Highway (1997)

David Lynch’s underappreciated masterpiece “Lost Highway” shot around Los Angeles, Death Valley and the Nevada desert.

Early in the film, Fred and Renee, played by Bill Pullman and Patricia Arquette respectively, receive a mysterious video tape at their doorstep. 28 more words

Movie Locations

The Line It Curves: Dana Powell's Dark Impressions In "Smoke Screen"

“I watch the moon hang in the sky/I feel the traffic rushing by/Freight train engine in the night/I’m still here waiting for you/I feel the cold breeze in the air/My eyes blind by headlight’s glare,” sings… 1,163 more words

Art

Crime and punishment

Time for another David Lynch review! This time jumping back to 1997.

Lost Highway is a frustrating movie. Like Psycho, it spends its first act being one kind of movie before taking a sudden sharp turn into becoming something completely different. 715 more words

Pop Culture And Its Discontents

Here's To The Pie That Saved Your Life: Perfecting The Lynchian With Twin Peaks: The Return 'Part 11'

*honk honk honk honk* Please we have to get home! She’s sick! AAAH! AAAH! OH GOD! AAH! AAAH! OOH! OOH! OH HELLO THERE! Sorry, dearest Filthy Dreams readers and fellow Twin Peaks fanatics, I was just getting into my newest hobby, mimicking my favorite new character on… 2,185 more words

David Lynch