Holy shit, the cast of the Twin Peaks revival is enormous. And. Awesome.
That Twin Peaks revival that’s been on, off, on again? It’s finally getting started this September. Yes, yes! you proclaim. But when is it dropping? Uh. Um. Sometime. In 2016.
Well, isn’t this a curious, fortuitous, radical swinging of events. Not only is the Twin Peaks revival happening, not only is David Lynch returning, but the show’s order is expanding to eighteen episodes.
Very good, very good news indeed for Twin Peaks fans. David Lynch has rejoined the show’s revival, and is slated to direct every episode.
Godard’s Alphaville is a pretty sparse, but radical gnarly gnarly science-fiction from the Way Back machine. Not one I hear spoken about often, and certainly one I didn’t expect to be remade.
You can always go home again. It seems. David Lynch is bringing back Twin Peaks. A show which has always been popular, but judging by Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, and Netflix activity has seen its cult swell in recent years. Lynch is bringing his baby back to none other than Showtime, for nine-episodes.
It’s Friday! Friday! Friday! Which is probably less exciting to me. Being on semester break. Funny thing about weekends when you’re unemployed. They don’t quite mean so much, except you get to hang out with all your working friends. But none the less! Fun shall be had. By me. Food shall be consumed. By me. And I’m going to frequent this goddamn insane column, Weekend Open Bar.
Guillermo Del Toro is bringing his considerable talents to premium channel television, boyos! Motherfucker is developing a Twin Peaks styled jam for the powers that be at HBO. This can only be a good thing. Unless it sucks. Then it is a bad thing.