Listen, we’ve all been there. You’re at a bar, just trying to enjoy a drink alone, and some sleazy guy in a “TRUCK YOU” shirt comes up and starts saying lewd things to you. What do you do?
These days, David Lynch’s Twin Peaks is one of the revered shows in television history, but back when it debuted in 1990, it was just another (well, still revered) evening soap opera starring a group of young hotties that were bound to hook up with each other.
David Lynch nostalgia is in full effect with the release of the awesomely weird, rebooted Twin Peaks, and it seems we are now back to revisiting the more arcane offerings in the director’s portfolio.
“The good Dale is in the lodge, and he can’t leave.”
It’s been 25 years since Laura Palmer told Special Agent Dale Cooper that she’d see him again, and tonight we’ll expect her to make good on that promise. (Even if she doesn’t show up in this particular episode, just imagine Laura’s David Lynch, and we are all Special Agent Dale Cooper).
Flashback Film Friends is a series in which a Jezebel staffer watches a movie she or he has seen a million times, with a staffer who has never seen it once. Then they discuss—just like friends.
Master director David Lynch is not one for explaining himself. He doesn’t do things like director’s commentary on DVD/Blu-ray releases, and he never offers very much by way of interpretation of his frequently (and to fans, exhilaratingly) confounding body of work. In an age of over-sharing, it is refreshing that…
The new incarnation of Twin Peaks will debut in just 16 days—not that I have a daily counter plugged to my phone or anything!—and Showtime is very slowly leaking videos that serve as breadcrumb clues to how the show will play out. Today’s video is called “Some familiar faces 25 years later.” And, wow, it looks like…
There are still several months to go before David Lynch’s Twin Peaks is back. Plenty of time to catch up on the original run of the show, and do so with a damn fine cup of coffee.
The name that most people associate with Twin Peaks is David Lynch, but co-creator Mark Frost was right there with him during the show’s development and production. Most recently he’s the author of the brand-new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks, and he’s here today to answer your questions.
Oh my god, Twin Peaks is truly in the works, and this new production trailer from its future home Showtime gives us a little (very little) teaser peek into what will eventually, hopefully, be Twin Peaks but scarier, more vulgar, and more explicit thanks to the god-given invention that is cable tee vee, baby!
Inside Out is a complex film about the human psyche, but it has a really simple message: Sadness is an important part of life. You can’t have joy without sadness, and growing up means accepting that memories can be happy and sad. Director Pete Docter told io9 it was hard to avoid making this feel like an “after-school…
Actress Catherine Coulson, famous for her role as “The Log Lady” on David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, died of cancer on Monday, September 28. She was 71 years old.
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As previously reported, Twin Peaks is coming back! (YEAHHH!) But then David Lynch backed out because Showtime isn't giving him enough money to realize his vision. (NOOO!) But now, the original cast has made a collective video plea for his return (YEAHHH!) and it's awesome to see the crew back in the game, even the…
There are writers who disown entire books after they've written them, but sometimes writers like their stories on the whole, but feel a twinge of regret over one a small (or not-so-small) detail. Here are a few decisions that the writers, in hindsight, wished they had thought through a little better.
The holidays are here, bringing the promise of good cheer, the scent of fresh-baked cookies, and the steadily increasing stress over choosing the proper gift for your significant other. Then there are the stretches of quality time together, often in high-pressure environments like crowded airports, when mildly…
Yes, it's happening. No more vague tweets about a possible return; co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost have come together with Showtime to announce via video that TWIN PEAKS IS BACK!!!!! [UPDATED]
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Science fiction and fantasy take us into the unknown, which is inherently somewhat scary — but sometimes, they go way further. Last week, we shared part one of our list of the top 50 scariest science fiction and fantasy TV episodes. But now, here are the 25 scariest television episodes of all time!