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David Lynch returns to Twin Peaks (2017 Showtime Miniseries)

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This would so still work!

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They'd have to recast Audrey, obviously. But Annie (Heather Graham) would still be good to go!

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How's Annie?

She's frickin FINE.

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Ive seen eps on Twin Peaks when they aired originally.

Fenn was hot!

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Maybe, but Mulholland Dr is a great film

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I know you're being funny, but have you seen the original pilot version of it? I haven't yet, but I know it's out there and want to see it soon

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Maybe, but Mulholland Dr is a great film

That's 13 years ago. Since then he joined a strange cult and made Inland Empire.

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Confession: I've seen nothing made from the hands of David Lynch.

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Inland Empire is intriguing. But, despite many attempts, I haven't yet managed to watch it properly all the way through because it scares the hell out of me.

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Curiously enough, I've been re-watching Twin Peaks this last couple of weeks and I'm now through half of the second season. Great show and I wouldn't mind a little more of it.

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I never watched the show, but the bits of music I hear in this video sounds lovely.

It's funny how Angelo sounds like he's making love though...

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The beginning "dark woods" part is a major motif in the show, and genuinely creepy as hell. Most of the time it's either heard on synths or winds and that's when it's just something really morbid to me, it gets under my skin. A very simple few notes, but brilliantly evocative.

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I just got goosebumps when I saw it was both Lynch's and Frost's official Twitter accounts posting that exact same update.

OMG.

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Twin Peaks has been in my instant queue on Netflix for a while. I was going to make that my next run-through after I'm done with Futurama.

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This reminds me, in April 2014, Moby interviewed David Lynch:

Moby: "You don't have to answer if this is an awkward question. I think we can agree that the TV show Twin Peaks has heralded what we’ll call the weird, quasi golden age of television. (…) As there has been this move towards interesting TV, have you been tempted to write or develop a new TV show?"

David Lynch: "Mo, that’s an awkward question and I’m not gonna answer it."

Alex

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They are just weird, man.

Confession: I've seen nothing made from the hands of David Lynch.

This error will be fixed soon.

He's known for his mindfuck movies but I actually like his 'normal' movies like The Elephant Man, The Straight Story, ... Oh yeah, one bit of advise, don't let Dune be your first David Lynch movie. ;)

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I'm sure the recent explosion of Twin Peaks love and good press around the Blu-ray release served as a good litmus test for the decision makers. Divided between very excited and "wishing they'd leave well enough alone," but I'll watch the heck out of it if it happens. Worst case scenario, it gets filed with the Star Wars prequels and Indiana Jones 4 in some distant corner of my brain.

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