iLynch: The Rebirth of a Classic in the Digital Age

While Twin Peaks fans waited in anticipation for The Return, one nagging question was frequently raised: How is David Lynch going to incorporate the relatively recent phenomena of social media and the digital age?  Twin Peaks has a very timeless feel to it.  Like much of Lynch’s work it exhibits a vibe of 1950’s perfection, …

Destroyer of Worlds: Nuclear Fallout in the World of Twin Peaks

In the early morning hours of July 16, 1945, deep in the New Mexico desert, a group of scientists, researchers, and military personnel stand at the ready. They are nearing the culmination of several long years of research, conducted in secret, in the hopes that they might decisively end the Second World War. The components …

The Desert Dispute

“Black Lodge/White Lodge” is the 25 Years Later version of the popular point/counterpoint style of debating, wherein two sides take opposing views and hash it out on stage. Here, we’ll be debating the finer points of Twin Peaks lore, in writing, for your reading pleasure. Today’s debaters are: Sean Glass and Eileen G. Mykkels The …

Third Day Theories: A Recap of the Latest Theories, Analysis and Predictions Generated from Season 3 Part 8, “Got a light?”

Welcome back, dear reader. So, wow, huh?  That was different.  Not a lot of payoff this week on old stuff, but a few whoppers to talk about in the new stuff category.  That said, it’ll be a light one this week.  Next week, during the down time, my ambition is to review what has come …

The Alchemical Origin of Laura Palmer: Does She Have A Choice Or Is She A Chosen One?

BY JOHN BERNARDY Part Eight of The Return opened our eyes to so much, but witnessing the moment where the wall is torn between our reality and the lodge’s reality was not the most important thing to rock the foundation of what we know of Twin Peaks. No, that moment belongs to the revealed origin …