When the World Spins – Connections Between Twin Peaks: The Return and Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo

The following is a guest post from Karla Lončar! I really enjoyed this and I hope you do as well! A brief bio for Karla is included at the end of the article. - Andrew When asked about his favorite films, David Lynch often mentions Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 masterpiece Vertigo.[1] Lots of people have seen …

The Central Question of Twin Peaks: When confronted with trauma, do you look away or shovel yourself out? – Electricity Nexus #12

I think I’ve located the central question of Twin Peaks: when confronted with trauma, do you look away from it or do you shovel yourself out? David Lynch and Mark Frost’s advice for when this happens? Strive for enlightenment. Beneath the coffee and donuts and the quirky characters, the original center at the deepest heart of Twin …

The Quantum Mechanics of The Return: Many Worlds Interpretation (Notes from the Bookhouse)

Co-authored by Eileen G. Mykkels and Lindsay Stamhuis Authors' Note: Increasingly these days, there is a certain amount of controversy about the application of concrete scientific theories to works of fiction. It's a curious development. We don't claim to be scientists and we aren't saying that anyone associated with the creative development of The Return sought …

The Autopsy of The Killing: Who Killed Rosie Larsen? – An Introduction

So many great shows end on a cliffhanger after being cancelled (yes, even the original Twin Peaks). Very few shows survive cancellation, and are lucky enough to be revived on another network. Even fewer shows survive after being cancelled twice (it's almost unheard of), but somehow The Killing achieved that incredible feat. So, it goes …