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Old 10-06-2014, 11:40 PM  
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Twin Peaks to Return on Showtime

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Great and pretty unexpected news that this is actually happening.
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Old 05-22-2018, 03:50 PM   #91
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when the main actor stands 8n one spot acting catatonic, and then for no reason showing images of people sitting in chairs looking at him with quick cut angles for one episode with no dialogue isn't fun it's strange and boring.
Was the man from another place in one of the chairs?
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Old 05-22-2018, 04:07 PM   #92
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when the main actor stands 8n one spot acting catatonic, and then for no reason showing images of people sitting in chairs looking at him with quick cut angles for one episode with no dialogue isn't fun it's strange and boring.
To each their own. I found it strange and captivating. I was hooked the whole time.
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Old 05-22-2018, 04:56 PM   #93
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The old Twin Peaks was a fun satire as well as trailblazing storytelling. It's almost unbelievable that he was able to get that on network TV in the 90's. That said, the new Twin Peaks is on another level. Taken as one work, it is probably Lynch's masterpiece, with only Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive as possible challengers.

The ****ing balls on this guy. And good for Showtime for giving him this kind of freedom. I hope it pays dividends for them as far as attracting top talent to develop content for them.
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Old 05-22-2018, 09:01 PM   #94
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The old Twin Peaks was a fun satire as well as trailblazing storytelling. It's almost unbelievable that he was able to get that on network TV in the 90's. That said, the new Twin Peaks is on another level. Taken as one work, it is probably Lynch's masterpiece, with only Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive as possible challengers.

The ****ing balls on this guy. And good for Showtime for giving him this kind of freedom. I hope it pays dividends for them as far as attracting top talent to develop content for them.
Inland Empire was horrifying. There were parts of it where I was scared for my safety.
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Old 05-23-2018, 09:27 AM   #96
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The old Twin Peaks was a fun satire as well as trailblazing storytelling. It's almost unbelievable that he was able to get that on network TV in the 90's. That said, the new Twin Peaks is on another level. Taken as one work, it is probably Lynch's masterpiece, with only Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive as possible challengers.

The ****ing balls on this guy. And good for Showtime for giving him this kind of freedom. I hope it pays dividends for them as far as attracting top talent to develop content for them.
aw huh
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Old 05-23-2018, 09:29 AM   #97
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Inland Empire was horrifying. There were parts of it where I was scared for my safety.
One of the things I love most about Lynch's work is how it can rattle me to my marrow. Virtually every one of his movies/shows has had that effect on me at some point during the experience. Mullholland Drive, Lost Highway, Inland Empire, Wild at Heart, Blue Velvet... they've all scared the shit out of me. Same with the original Twin Peaks, FWwM and the new season. Lynch is tapped into something so deep and primal and raw. It's horrifying, fascinating and gratifying all at the same time.
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One of the things I love most about Lynch's work is how it can rattle me to my marrow. Virtually every one of his movies/shows has had that effect on me at some point during the experience. Mullholland Drive, Lost Highway, Inland Empire, Wild at Heart, Blue Velvet... they've all scared the shit out of me. Same with the original Twin Peaks, FWwM and the new season. Lynch is tapped into something so deep and primal and raw. It's horrifying, fascinating and gratifying all at the same time.
he varies the volume a lot in the dream sequences in Inland Empire - which in my dreams that seems to happen as well. I agree.
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Old 05-23-2018, 01:23 PM   #99
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One of the things I love most about Lynch's work is how it can rattle me to my marrow. Virtually every one of his movies/shows has had that effect on me at some point during the experience. Mullholland Drive, Lost Highway, Inland Empire, Wild at Heart, Blue Velvet... they've all scared the shit out of me. Same with the original Twin Peaks, FWwM and the new season. Lynch is tapped into something so deep and primal and raw. It's horrifying, fascinating and gratifying all at the same time.
I find exactly the same. For some reason Iíve never seen Inland Empire and probably should do something about that.
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Old 05-23-2018, 01:33 PM   #100
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One of the things I love most about Lynch's work is how it can rattle me to my marrow. Virtually every one of his movies/shows has had that effect on me at some point during the experience. Mullholland Drive, Lost Highway, Inland Empire, Wild at Heart, Blue Velvet... they've all scared the shit out of me. Same with the original Twin Peaks, FWwM and the new season. Lynch is tapped into something so deep and primal and raw. It's horrifying, fascinating and gratifying all at the same time.
The scene with the seductive woman in the apartment in Eraserhead is my favorite example of this. I felt absolutely nailed to my seat and I cannot properly articulate why. Club Silencio in Mulholland Drive is another great one. Dean Stockwell lipsyncing in Blue Velvet. Lynch calls it "the eye of the duck".
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The scene with the seductive woman in the apartment in Eraserhead is my favorite example of this. I felt absolutely nailed to my seat and I cannot properly articulate why. Club Silencio in Mulholland Drive is another great one. Dean Stockwell lipsyncing in Blue Velvet. Lynch calls it "the eye of the duck".
what about Winkies?
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Old 05-23-2018, 02:11 PM   #102
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what about Winkies?
Yeah. Good call. I could see it either way. I don't know which one Lunch would pick out, but his movies seem to have several "eyes of the duck". Lol.

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I rented the DVD of Inland Empire years ago and watched it. As it was going I was like "ok this is too weird even for me" and "Jesus Christ how long is this ****ing thing?". After about 3 hours, I snap and turn it off. Next morning, I take the DVD out and realize I had been watching the incredibly long collection of deleted scenes. It was one of those two sided DVDs with special features on one side and it auto played when I put it in. As a Lynch fan I had to laugh that I spent 3 hours thinking this nonsensical string of images and scenes was the movie. I also, of course, felt like a ****ing idiot, but at least I didn't watch it and come out praising it as a masterpiece either. The rental had expired so I had to return it and still haven't seen the movie. Only one of his I haven't seen. Lmao
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Yeah. Good call. I could see it either way. I don't know which one Lunch would pick out, but his movies seem to have several "eyes of the duck". Lol.

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I rented the DVD of Inland Empire years ago and watched it. As it was going I was like "ok this is too weird even for me" and "Jesus Christ how long is this ****ing thing?". After about 3 hours, I snap and turn it off. Next morning, I take the DVD out and realize I had been watching the incredibly long collection of deleted scenes. It was one of those two sided DVDs with special features on one side and it auto played when I put it in. As a Lynch fan I had to laugh that I spent 3 hours thinking this nonsensical string of images and scenes was the movie. I also, of course, felt like a ****ing idiot, but at least I didn't watch it and come out praising it as a masterpiece either. The rental had expired so I had to return it and still haven't seen the movie. Only one of his I haven't seen. Lmao
I definitely like it - those brunettes in the middle were top shelf too.
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