Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992), in which I argued that Fire Walk with Me was due for a serious reevaluation by critics and that a positive step in that direction would be a Criterion Collection Release of the film. My dreams have come true and Criterion has announced such a release on Blu-Ray this October 17, 2017, featuring a newly forged 4K master film transfer supervised by David Lynch and number of retrospective featurettes and interviews.
Monday, August 28, 2017
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) 25th Anniversary
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Labels: 25 Years Later, 25th Anniversary, 4K, Art, Blu-Ray, Collection, Criterion, David Lynch, DVD, Feature, Film, Fire Walk with Me, Interview, Mark Frost, Movie, Prequel, Robert Engels, Sheryl Lee, Twin Peaks
Monday, August 21, 2017
Happy Birthday Alicia Witt!
The Walking Dead (2010-Present) might remember her as the memorable Savior Paula, whose interactions with Rick's group led Carol on a season-long attempt at pacifism to avoid fighting in the impending war with Negan.
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Labels: Alia, Alicia Witt, Atreides, Community, Crispin Glover, Cybill, Dan Harmon, David Lynch, Dune, Fremen, Gersten Hayward, Jeff Winger, Joel McHale, Piano, Singer, The Return, Twin Peaks, Zoey
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Team Snow vs. White Walkers in Fan-Made Game of Thrones Trailer!
Immigrant Song, which features prominently in a new Game of Thrones fan-made trailer by video editor Nick Growall.
Posted by Michael Adam Warren at 1:14 PM No comments:
Labels: A Song of Ice and Fire, Beric, D.B. Weiss, Daenerys, David Benioff, Davos, Dragons, Game of Thrones, Gendry, George RR Martin, Jon Snow, Led Zeppelin, Night's King, Targaryen, The Hound, Thoros of Myr, White Walkers
Friday, August 18, 2017
Late Night Twin Peaks Parody!
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Labels: Agent Cooper, Backwards Talking, Black and White Floor, Black Lodge, Dancing Dwarf, David Lynch, Late Night, Laura Palmer, Mark Frost, Parody, Red Room, Seth Meyers, Talk Show, Twin Peaks
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
David Lynch: The Art Life (2016)
David Lynch: The Art Life (2016), originally Kickstarted with the working title, "Lynch 3," is a highly anticipated documentary years in the making. It demonstrates David Lynch's typical daily routine as a painter and is packed full of interesting anecdotes from his early life and development into the artist he is today. It is a worthwhile viewing experience for anyone deeply interested in David Lynch's work in films and television and would likely interest anyone who has ever seriously contemplated transitioning into a full-time, professional artist.
Posted by Michael Adam Warren at 1:42 PM 2 comments:
Labels: Animation, Art Life, Childhood, Cinema, Dad, Daughter, David Lynch, Director, Documentary, Drawing, Film, Filmmaker, Jon Nguyen, Marriage, Mom, Painter, Painting, Parents, Wife, Young
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Frank Herbert Interview on Dune's Origins
Frank Herbert is a fascinating man who lived a full and interesting life, so whether you agree with his viewpoints or not, you can enjoy him explaining the origin for many of his ideas. If this rare interview with Frank Herbert teaches us nothing, it is that he was likely a lot of fun to talk to and debate with on a variety of challenging topics. And now that Dune is being brought to life again in a new screen adaptation, it is worth taking a look at those ideas again.
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Labels: Audio, Beginning, Book, Chronicles, Conservation, Dune, Ecology, Frank Herbert, Ideas, Interview, Masterpiece, Novel, Podcast, Rare, Recording, Science Fiction, Series, Tape, Willis E. McNelly, Writing
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Dr. Jacoby is a Dancing Magician
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Labels: 1956, Acrobatics, Amazing, Amber Tamblyn, Dancing, Dr. Amp, Dr. Jacoby, Glenn Ford, Russ Tamblyn, Sarah Silverman, Steven Weber, Stunts, Stuntwork, The Fastest Gun Alive, Twin Peaks
Friday, August 4, 2017
Fan Short Film: The Summer House at Pearl Lakes
Thor Amli about Leland Palmer's summer up at Pearl Lakes as a little boy when he met BOB for the first time. "Do you want to play with fire, little boy?" It makes me wish The Return spent a little bit of time establishing some flashbacks to set up the conflict with BOB over the decades.
Thursday, August 3, 2017
The Dark Tower (2017)
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Labels: Abby Lee, Adaptation, Dark Tower, Fran Kranz, Gunslinger, Idris Elba, Jackie Earle Haley, Katheryn Winnick, Man in Black, Matthew McConaughey, Movie, Novel, Roland Deschain, Series, Stephen King, The, Tom Taylor
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
WWE Twin Peaks Parody!
If you thought the cultural impact of Twin Peaks is a thing of the past, then just tune in to the WWE to be proven wrong. Sometimes you just need to get silly and integrate Twin Peaks into your story any way possible, especially in pro wrestling. Be prepared to enter the Black Lodge with the WWE in this humorous parody.
Posted by Michael Adam Warren at 8:46 PM 2 comments:
Labels: Agent Cooper, Black Lodge, Dream Sequence, Fandango, Kyle MacLachlan, Parody, Pro, Professional, Red Room, Smackdown Live, The Return, Twin Peaks, Tyler Breeze, Wrestling, WWE
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