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The (Twin) ‘Peaks’ Are Alive With the Sound of Dean Hurley’s Music: A Chat With David Lynch’s Longtime MD

19 June 2017 12:56 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

On “Part 6” of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks: The Return,” the much heralded look at the surreal Pacific Northwest town 25 years after the mysterious murder of Laura Palmer, the character of Richard Horne — warning: spoilers ahead — recklessly runs over and kills a young child. That this heart-pounding moment was accompanied by the equally unsettling new music of legendary composer and Lynch regular Angelo Badalamenti was reason enough for “Twin Peaks” music director, sound supervisor, and re-recording mixer Dean Hurley to come out of hiding.

Hurley, a longtime collaborator of Lynch’s — maybe the most trusted — is the man responsible for co-writing and performing pieces of music for Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” – “SubDream” and “Snake Eyes” with the director and/or his son, Riley Lynch – and co-selecting new-school indie acts such as Chromatics, Sharon Van Etten, and Au Revoir Simone to play the local Bang Bang Bar at the end of each “part” (as well as appear »

- A.D. Amorosi

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"Twin Peaks," Episode 5 Recap: I Love How You Love Me

6 June 2017 3:19 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Twin Peaks Recap is a weekly column by Keith Uhlich covering David Lynch and Mark Frost's limited, 18-episode continuation of the Twin Peaks television series.The key image in Part 5 of the revived Twin Peaks is of a woman in ecstasy. Recall, however, the subtitle that series co-creator/director David Lynch appended to his thorny 2006 masterpiece Inland Empire: "A Woman in Trouble." The line separating rapture and anguish is a blurry one, especially for Lynch's ladies, who are as likely to end up exquisitely chiseled corpses (the ubiquitous Laura Palmer; Part 2's doomed henchwoman Darya) as they are world-weary survivors. For the moment, let's focus on Rebecca "Becky" Burnett (Amanda Seyfried), daughter of Rr Diner waitress Shelly Johnson (Mädchen Amick), though Becky's last name—taken from ne'er-do-well husband Steven Burnett (Caleb Landry Jones)—obscures the identity of her father. (Dana Ashbrook's now-law-abiding Bobby Briggs is the most likely candidate, »

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‘Twin Peaks’: The 6 Craziest Revival Fan Theories, Ranked

2 June 2017 7:15 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

From the first glimpse of that weird bird that heralds the arrival of “Twin Peaks,” the television series plunged viewers into the palm of David Lynch’s hand. It’s a weird and wondrous place to be, which makes it prime fodder for fan theories. If ever a show’s symbology deserved an IMDb page, this would be it.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’: Why It Shouldn’t Have Changed Its Opening Titles

Thanks to Showtime, Lynch has free rein to complete the “Twin Peaks” story arc, a process that has him referencing his own “Lost Highway,” “Eraserhead,” and, most of all, “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.” Of course, it’s Lynch so all of this effectively clarifies nothing  — but nature hates a vacuum, and that’s why we have ample fan theories to close the gap.

So, here are six of the best fan theories for the revival series’ first four episodes, »

- Jamie Righetti

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‘Twin Peaks’: The 6 Craziest Revival Fan Theories, Ranked

2 June 2017 7:15 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

From the first glimpse of that weird bird that heralds the arrival of “Twin Peaks,” the television series plunged viewers into the palm of David Lynch’s hand. It’s a weird and wondrous place to be, which makes it prime fodder for fan theories. If ever a show’s symbology deserved an IMDb page, this would be it.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’: Why It Shouldn’t Have Changed Its Opening Titles

Thanks to Showtime, Lynch has free rein to complete the “Twin Peaks” story arc, a process that has him referencing his own “Lost Highway,” “Eraserhead,” and, most of all, “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.” Of course, it’s Lynch so all of this effectively clarifies nothing  — but nature hates a vacuum, and that’s why we have ample fan theories to close the gap.

So, here are six of the best fan theories for the revival series’ first four episodes, »

- Jamie Righetti

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Listen to a Playlist of the New ‘Twin Peaks’ Soundtrack

31 May 2017 12:42 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Twin Peaks is back, blowing minds and inspiring people across the land to shout “Hello-o-ooo!” at slot machines in the process. The Showtime revival of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s cult mystery series comes equipped with the now-iconic jazzy, moody music from Angelo Badalmenti, but several memorable songs are also featured, usually in the form of acts headlining at the Bang Bang Bar, because they apparently have great talent bookers in the town of Twin Peaks.

Now you can take in the Twin Peaks tunes courtesy of a Spotify playlist via Indiewire. It currently features music from Chromatics, The Cactus Blossoms, and Au Revoir Simone, and will be updated as the series progresses and the mystery unfolds.

Those hoping to stay firmly in the world of David Lynch beyond the Twin Peaks revival can pay a visit to Lynch’s Festival of Disruption, which returns to the Theatre at »

- Chris Evangelista

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‘Mulholland Drive’ Blu-ray Review

26 May 2017 4:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, Justin Theroux, Ann Miller | Written and Directed by David Lynch

Re-released to coincide with the new Twin Peaks series, it’s apt that Mulholland Drive was originally conceived as a TV pilot. Perhaps it’s for the best it ended up in (relatively) short form. The film, weighing in at 2.5 hours, is an epic mind-bender on its own terms, and there’s barely a wasted frame.

It begins with a car accident on Mulholland Drive. A woman, who will become known as Rita (Laura Harring), survives with a knock to the head. She stumbles away and hides in an empty house. The house belongs to Aunt Ruth, whose niece Betty (Naomi Watts) arrives the next day. She’s come to L.A. with the dream of an acting career. Rita and Betty become friends. But Rita can’t remember anything – not even her real name »

- Rupert Harvey

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‘Golden Years’ Review: André Téchiné’s Fact-Based Heartbreaker Is a Surprising, Occasionally Sexy Misfire — Cannes

23 May 2017 11:05 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

André Téchiné’s “Golden Years” is a bit of a wash. The true story of a World War I deserter who spent the roaring twenties living as a woman, Téchiné’s film is a surprising misfire, especially because it arrives only one year after the director’s masterful “Being 17.” Both films share thematic – if not exactly narrative – parallels, telling of volatile couplings reordered by sexual exploration. But Téchiné seems to have forgotten the hard-won lessons of his previous film, dialing down any hint of life’s thrilling uncertainty for a stodgily theatrical approach that tells the story in the most superficial way possible.

It is the story of Paul and Louise Grappe, a young couple living their golden years before the Great War breaks and Paul (“Stranger By The Lake” star Pierre Deladonchamps) is sent to the front. The war prove entirely too hellish for him and so he blows off his own finger, »

- Ben Croll

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Soundtracks Of Our Lives: Lost Highway put David Lynch onto America’s car stereos

22 May 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

If Twin Peaks brought David Lynch into America’s living rooms, then Lost Highway put him on America’s car stereos. The film itself is a heady mindfuck of a neo-noir tale structured around the idea of a Möbius strip, a reassurance that network TV had not impeded Lynch’s ability to dive into the deeper, darker waters of his subconscious. Save for The Straight Story, none of Lynch’s films can be called “heartwarming,” but the tone of Lost Highway is especially chilling, eschewing tongue-in-cheek Americana for snuff films, graphic head wounds, and a sinister Mystery Man pale as death itself. Like its predecessors Wild At Heart—which debuted to mixed reception at Cannes, despite winning the Palme D’Or—and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, critics and audiences didn’t seem to know what to make of the film, and it left theaters after a modest three-week »

- Katie Rife

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In the spirit of Twin Peaks by Anne-Katrin Titze

22 May 2017 7:39 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Jon Nguyen on David Lynch: "Eraserhead, he says, is his Philadelphia story."

David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks is back with Sheryl Lee, Kyle MacLachlan, Sherilyn Fenn, Mädchen Amick, Peggy Lipton, Kimmy Robertson, Grace Zabriskie, Russ Tamblyn, Ray Wise, Everett McGill, Harry Goaz, Catherine E Coulson, James Marshall, and upcoming guest appearances by Laura Dern, Naomi Watts, David Duchovny, Julee Cruise, Balthazar Getty, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Cera, Monica Bellucci, Richard Chamberlain, Amanda Seyfried, Jim Belushi and Eddie Vedder.

Splitting Naomi Watts in two, a Bob Dylan memory, understanding Mulholland Drive, the air in Eraserhead, the lines of Lost Highway, Oscar Kokoschka and how David Lynch: The Art Life all came together for Jon Nguyen, Rick Barnes and Olivia Neergaard-Holm are unearthed.

Jon Nguyen: "Of course, the woman is the Blue Velvet scene." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Do you remember the name of the neighbour's child you »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Twin Peaks season 3 episodes 1 & 2 review

22 May 2017 6:17 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Joe Matar May 22, 2017

The Twin Peaks revival is "pure heroin David Lynch" and all the good and bad that comes with it, say our Us chums...

This review contains spoilers.

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I knew it was going to be tough to review the new series of Twin Peaks as if it were any other show. There was a period, in the original series, where it fell into clear rhythms—developing and twisting its various storylines about affairs, criminal activity, and supernatural gubbins—but this was also when the show was at its absolute worst. Its best episodes featured some of that stuff combined with unknowable David Lynch horror and oddness.

Fire Walk With Me immersed itself completely in the Lynchian side of Twin Peaks. I enjoy that film a great deal, »

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'Twin Peaks' Season Premiere Recap: Into the Black

21 May 2017 9:44 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It's happening again.

It's the first time we've see the Twin Peaks logo and heard the opening notes of Angelo Badalamenti's unforgettable theme song in 25 years. When it happens, we're looking right at the face of Laura Palmer. Director David Lynch and his co-creator and co-writer Mark Frost could have chosen pretty much any image to pair with the kick-off of the show's almost manically anticipated return. But after a cold-open flashback that recycled footage from the original series – the sequence from the series finale in which she informs »

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David Lynch on 'Twin Peaks' Revival: 'The Woods Are Full of Mystery'

17 May 2017 5:51 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

The season premiere of Twin Peaks is days away, and there is hardly any information about its episodes available. The synopsis for the first two episodes quizzically reads, "The stars turn and a time presents itself." Naturally, this is exactly what filmmaker David Lynch wants.

"These days, movie trailers practically tell the whole story," he says in his nasal, matter-of-fact, plainspoken manner. "I think it's really harmful. For me, personally, I don't want to know anything when I go into a theater. I like to discover it, get into that world, »

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Marilyn Manson Is a Hit Man in Let Me Make You a Martyr Trailer

12 May 2017 10:38 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Marilyn Manson portrays a hit man in the upcoming Let Me Make You a Martyr directed and written by Corey Asraf and John Swab. The movie is a neo-shock-noir affair that is earning Manson rave reviews, even if the movie itself isn't garnering such praise. The first clip released for the movie didn't really focus on Manson's character Pope, but the latest clip that comes courtesy of the director's Vimeo channel features the musician much more predominately. The clip features Manson asking "you ever kill a man with your bare hands?" before singing a gospel in preparation of a murder. Manson's image is perfect for the film and he's a real standout.

Let Me Make You a Martyr reunites Marilyn Manson and Sons of Anarchy co-star Mark Boone Jr. who co-wrote the movie and stars in it as well. Boone Jr. plays Larry Glass who is an abusive father, pimp, »

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David Lynch Is Done Directing Movies

8 May 2017 5:13 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

There are a lot of positives about the modern Hollywood landscape, but there are also some very brutal truths to it. Most studios are primarily interested in very bankable franchises or things that they know will provide them a huge return at the box office. That has made it hard for some filmmakers to get the type of movies they want to make going. This has led legendary director David Lynch to announce that he is officially done directing movies.

The writer/director recently spoke with The Sydney Morning Herlad and, since he hasn't directed a movie in a while, he was asked if he is ever planning on making one again. While he was reportedly uncertain at first, he definitively said "Yes, it is," when asked if Inland Empire was indeed his last movie. David Lynch did provide some reason for his unceremonious retirement from directing movies, though. Here's what he had to say. »

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David Lynch Is Done With Film, and Promises 2006’s ‘Inland Empire’ Was the Last Movie He’ll Ever Make

5 May 2017 2:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Say it ain’t so, David Lynch! As we await the return of his TV masterpiece “Twin Peaks” later this month, Lynch is making it clear that he won’t be returning to the film world again.

Lynch hasn’t made a picture since 2006’s “Inland Empire.” Now, he tells the Sydney Morning Herald that “Inland Empire” represents the end of his filmmaking career. It’s a changing business, after all, and there isn’t much room anymore in the blockbuster- and franchise-minded industry for creatives like him.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Teaser: New Footage Brings an Eerie First Look at Familiar Faces

“Things changed a lot,” Lynch told the newspaper. “So many films were not doing well at the box office even though they might have been great films and the things that were doing well at the box office weren’t the things that I would want to do. »

- Michael Schneider

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David Lynch Is Done With Film, and Promises 2006’s ‘Inland Empire’ Was the Last Movie He’ll Ever Make

5 May 2017 2:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Say it ain’t so, David Lynch! As we await the return of his TV masterpiece “Twin Peaks” later this month, Lynch is making it clear that he won’t be returning to the film world again.

Lynch hasn’t made a picture since 2006’s “Inland Empire.” Now, he tells the Sydney Morning Herald that “Inland Empire” represents the end of his filmmaking career. It’s a changing business, after all, and there isn’t much room anymore in the blockbuster- and franchise-minded industry for creatives like him.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Teaser: New Footage Brings an Eerie First Look at Familiar Faces

“Things changed a lot,” Lynch told the newspaper. “So many films were not doing well at the box office even though they might have been great films and the things that were doing well at the box office weren’t the things that I would want to do. »

- Michael Schneider

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Tribeca Film Review: ‘Psychopaths’

26 April 2017 7:34 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Devoid of characters or a story about which one might care, “Psychopaths” proves to be a fright-free pastiche without purpose — save, that is, for unimaginatively paying homage to a string of superior genre predecessors. As in his prior “Carnage Park,” writer-director Mickey Keating offers up a schizo nightmare that’s narratively splintered to pieces and rife with nods toward his favorite ’70s and ’80s horror movies. However, there’s so little substance or originality to this lurid, abstract affair that it comes off as simply a faded grindhouse collage. Even in the midnight-movie arena, its dull derivativeness will likely spell its doom.

An introductory video recording of death-row killer Starkweather (Larry Fessenden) ranting and raving about how his “children will inherit the Earth” sets the hysterical and nonsensical tone of “Psychopaths,” whose narrator (Jeff Daniel Phillips) informs us that Starkweather’s prophesy — namely, that his evil spirit will possess other »

- Nick Schager

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Laura Dern, Naomi Watts and Patricia Arquette Reveal What It’s Really Like Working With David Lynch — Watch

25 April 2017 9:09 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Getting cast by David Lynch is a dream come true, but actually working with the filmmaker is an entirely different, very unpredictable beast. Laura Dern, Naomi Watts and Patricia Arquette know what it’s like better than anyone. Watts and Arquette are the women behind two of Lynch’s most iconic blondes, Betty Elms in “Mulholland Drive” and Renee Madison in “Lost Highway,” while Dern already has three Lynch films under her belt, with a fourth collaboration already wrapped thanks to the “Twin Peaks” revival.

Read More: Why ‘Mulholland Drive’ Is the Most Essential Film David Lynch Will Ever Make — Watch

“I’m always excited and surprised by what he asks me to play,” Dern says in a new video interview from W Magazine. “Even in the beginning, I signed on because of David. He inspires that trust.”

“David will look at three or four, or maybe five, different pictures and say, »

- Zack Sharf

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Great Job, Internet!: Mulholland Drive’s mysteries keep getting more and more rewarding

24 April 2017 10:37 AM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

David Lynch’s 2001 masterpiece Mulholland Drive has only grown in acclaim over the years, now often taking its place among the truly great films released since the turn of the millennium. (In ’09, we ranked it as number 18.) A new video essay from Fandor goes a step further, claiming that it’s also director David Lynch’s “most essential” work, and the reasoning is compelling.

The lynchpin (sorry) of the argument is that the film contains all of the hallmarks of a Lynch film—portals to haunted, dream-like spaces, subversive plunges beneath wholesome exteriors, and shadowy creatures that appear to move omnisciently between these realms. But it’s Lynch’s career-long obsession with “doubles” that gets its most potent application in Mulholland Drive, because the revelation of the overlapping characters here isn’t just terrifying, as it is in Lost Highway or Twin Peaks, but also heartbreaking. The ...

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- Clayton Purdom

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Why ‘Mulholland Drive’ Is the Most Essential Film David Lynch Will Ever Make — Watch

13 April 2017 11:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Almost since its 2001 release, “Mulholland Drive” has been hailed as not only a great film but also as the greatest of the 21st century so far. The latest study of David Lynch’s surreal masterwork comes from Leigh Singer, whose video essay “Mulholland Dr., the Essential Lynch” was recently published by Fandor.

Read More: ‘Mulholland Drive’ Restoration Trailer: David Lynch’s 2001 Masterpiece Gets a Brand New Look — Watch

“What if it’s more than that?” the video asks of the film’s status as the 21st century’s standard-bearer. “What if it’s the essence and summation of David Lynch’s entire body of work?” Singer spends the next five or so minutes arguing just that, taking a brief tour through Lynch’s filmography — from “Eraserhead” and “Blue Velvet” to “Wild at Heart” and “Lost Highway” — to show that all those other films, while great in their own right, were mere prelude to “Mulholland Drive. »

- Michael Nordine

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