We already knew Kyle McLachlan’s Agent Dale Cooper was returning (having presumably escaped the Black Lodge sometime in the past decades) but now the rest of the cast from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks revival has been confirmed. And while we still don’t know who any of the new characters are, at least we know which…
Before Mulholland Dr., Naomi Watts was a Hollywood unknown. Today, she’s a multiple Oscar nominee, one of the biggest movie stars on the planet, etc.—basically living the life her David Lynch character Betty aspired to have. So it’s especially cool to hear she’s signed on to Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival.
The Twin Peaks TV show is remembered for being strange, but its real legacy is its influence. Even 24 years later, we’re inundated with crime dramas with supernatural themes, murder mysteries that take an entire season (or longer) to solve, and tales of small towns with deep, dark secrets. But Fire Walk With Me, the…
This is just bonkers. Capitalizing on a large fan base of David Lynch fans in Japan, Georgia Coffee commissioned a series of commercials that essentially retold the story of Twin Peaks.
Bad (or at least frustrating) news today for Twin Peaks fans: CBS Corp. chief Leslie Moonves said that the new, limited-run series—which has already been held up by David Lynch vs. Showtime pre-production issues—won’t be airing until 2017.
Long before he was bending our brains with feature films like Eraserhead and Blue Velvet, David Lynch made short films, which, in true Lynchian fashion, often turned the mundane into the unnerving. In 1968, Lynch released The Alphabet, a film that makes learning your letters nightmarish.
There’s no such thing as a perfect book — but some books feel as though they could be just about perfect, if they didn’t have one nagging problem. And sometimes, the most wonderful books have the most glaring shortfalls. Here are 10 amazing novels that are each marred by a fatal flaw.
Just a few weeks back, Showtime denied rumors that the Twin Peaks revival might not happen. But now, it turns out the truth may hurt fans even more: David Lynch just announced via Twitter that he's exiting the project, and he made no bones about why.
Here's a bit of advice, from me to you: If a friend asks if you want to go to a Twin Peaks-themed burlesque show, go. No matter what other plans you may have for that night. It will be totally worth it. Mildly NSFW photos — as in pastied-and-g-string-nudity— below.
Twin Peaks showrunner David Lynch dropped a few ominous statements about the return of his series Twin Peaks on Showtime, but the network insists the show will go on.
Back in October, the new hit that co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost were bringing back TV series Twin Peaks. And today it's official that Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) will be returning to Twin Peaks along with the show creators. You have our permission to freak out.
David Lynch's Dune is hardly an ideal adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal work of science fiction, but the movie does have some truly striking visuals. And there's something magical at seeing Dune's strange models, creatures, and costumes come to life behind the scenes.
What are ghosts? There's a lot of debate about this – inside and outside fiction.
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]
Today, David Lynch tweeted a very vague hint to the internet masses that Twin Peaks may be returning. *Clutches chest, falls to the ground.*
Lots of books come with supplemental glossaries, maps, and appendices – but movies? Movies tend to be self-contained. Not so with David Lynch's cinematic adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune.
Some 90 minutes of deleted scenes and outtakes from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me have been compiled into a new Blu-ray release called Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery. Apparently this previously unseen footage helps to answer some of the lingering questions left after that movie. But the first screening left people…
Most people know the story about how George Lucas offered the third Star Wars movie to David Lynch, who turned it down because of Lucas' poor choice of restaurant. Now, a gent named C-SPIT has taken it upon himself to imagine what that movie may have looked like. WARNING: You will have nightmares about Ewoks for weeks.
Richard Ayoade might be best known as Moss from The IT Crowd — but he's also the co-creator of the sublime horror spoof Garth Marenghi's Dark Place, and director of the movie Submarine. And now he's crafting a dark doppelganger story, The Double, based on a Dovstoevsky tale.