The Awakening of a Mystery: True Detective, Revisited (Part 2)

The Awakening of a Mystery Part 2: The Psychopathology of True Detective The etymology of the word psychopathology is quite illuminating: Psyche, meaning mind or soul; Pathos, meaning suffer or grief; Logos, meaning discourse, word, or logic. Rather than imagining "psychopathology" as a dry, clinical term, we can define it as the speech of the …

On-Screen, Off-Screen: François Truffaut and the Schedule That Changed My Life

"On-Screen, Off-Screen" is our monthly film series created to showcase a more personal retrospective about some of our favourite filmmakers. Each month, one 25YL staffer will choose one of their own favourite filmmakers - be it a director or performer or writer or composer or production designer, etc - and will analyse what it is …

Twin Peaks Topics: Bickering Peaks Discuss Violence Towards Women In Twin Peaks (Part 2)

Welcome back to my new monthly feature, Topics, where each month I will have a guest on to discuss a Twin Peaks related topic of their choice. This month will be Part 2 of my conversation with Lindsay and Aidan, the hosts of Bickering Peaks. If you haven't read the first part of our conversation, …

Christophe Zajac-Denek Discusses Playing Ike the Spike, Real Punches From Naomi Watts & More

I recently had the opportunity to speak with actor Christophe Zajac-Denek, who played Ike the Spike in Twin Peaks Season 3. We were able to discuss a number of topics, including on set memories, real punches from Naomi Watts, Lorraine's death scene and so much more. Hope you enjoy this really fun conversation.  AG: How did …