Carel Struycken discusses being The Giant/Fireman, The Return and much more!

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Carel Struycken about his role as The Fireman in both the original Twin Peaks and again in The Return. We discussed how he originally got the role, the mysteries of Part 8 and a lot more. I hope you enjoy the interview.  MH: Thank you so much for …

On-Screen, Off-Screen: My Life Inspired by Nicolas Winding Refn

"On-Screen, Off-Screen" is our new 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 …

Anthony Marcacci discusses his unexpected role as a Woodsman, working alongside David Lynch and much more!

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Anthony Marcacci who appeared in two episodes of The Return as a Woodsman. In the interview we got to discuss what it was like working with his favourite director, David Lynch, being a lifelong Twin Peaks fan and what it was like appearing in Part 8. I …

Favorites: Top 5 Horror Moments in Twin Peaks

 Here at 25YLSite, we handle a lot of heavy lifting. Analysis, interpretation, deep discussion, introspective interviews… you name it, we've got it. "Favorites" takes a lighter approach to the material we normally cover. Each week, we will take you through a list of favorites - whether it's moments, scenes, episodes, characters, lines of dialogue, whatever! …

As Seen on Twin Peaks: David Duchovny in The Joneses

The iconic David Duchovny is one of the most recognisable faces from American TV over the past 25 years, having starred in shows like The X-Files, Californication, and Aquarius. While his film career hasn't reached quite the same heights, he has appeared in a number of high profile films including Richard Attenborough's biographical comedy-drama, Chaplin. …

Lost: The End

  "We've been waiting for you." Lost ended its six year run in 2010. I can't believe that it has been nearly eight years since we witnessed the conclusion to one of the truly great shows of modern times. Considering the competition that Lost was facing off against during, before and following its run, that …