Friday, June 16, 2017

Twin Peaks Podcast Central

Welcome to Twin Peaks Podcast Central, a site dedicated to providing fans and curious viewers of Showtime's acclaimed series Twin Peaks: The Return (2017) with an exhaustive list of all ongoing podcasts, vodcasts, after shows, and recap-and-review series currently discussing and analyzing the show. These podcasts are run by various entertainment magazines and companies, independent professional reviewers, and zealous amateur fans alike. But every kind of commentator on this list is united in their love for the original Twin Peaks (1990-91) and love to discuss the show and attempt to understand its many mysteries.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 06

Twin Peaks: The Return (2017) finally won me over fully in Part 06. David Lynch and Mark Frost have taken such a radically different approach to this show over their original series that it can be difficult to adjust to the new wavelength. But the show is hitting its stride and I can feel the personality of the town of Twin Peaks begin to reveal itself through this new show's inciting incident, the tragedy of Richard's fatal hit and run. It reaches the exquisite heights of unapologetic emotion that only Twin Peaks is capable of taking us.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 05

Diminished capacity Golem-Coop somehow manages to be both maddeningly frustrating and joyously entertaining to watch at the same time. Frustrating because we are desperate for Agent Cooper to become his old, brilliant, sharp-witted self again and become a driver of the plot and action in the show once more. We miss his random philosophizing amid his summaries to Diane and his sharp deductions that he delivers as matter-of-fact asides.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Wonder Woman (2017)

For being one of the oldest, most beloved, most popular, and best-selling comic book characters in history, the character of Wonder Woman has taken an unusually long time to find herself on the big screen. She was first written and drawn in 1941 and would not appear on movie screens until this year in 2017. If a baby girl were born on the day of Wonder Woman's comic book premiere, that same little girl would have to wait until she was an elderly woman of 75 years before she could sit down and watch the first feature film adaptation at the local cinema.