Zoe and Alice must confront the reality of the Peach family, as well as the family's rent agreement with the Pestilent God.
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Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Part 16”
Dougie wakes up, but he isn't himself. In Twin Peaks, Audrey finally gets to go out dancing. Or does she?
Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Part 6”
Coop continues life as Dougie, as Janey-E tries keeping her husband out of debt. But bad, bad people are after Dougie. Can Coop survive?
Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Part 5”
Coop is still trapped as Dougie, his doppelganger is still in jail. And life in Twin Peaks is still as difficult and dark as ever.
Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Parts 1 & 2”
In NYC, an anonymous billionaire funds a strange experiment. In Twin Peaks, the Log Lady gives Deputy Chief Hawk a clue. In Buckhorn, a hideous murder starts an investigation into a school principal. And 25 years later Agent Dale Cooper's still missing.
Lynch’s BLUE VELVET is Like Disturbing(ly Good) Literature
Lynch's film uses his surrealism through the absurd, burrowing to the underbelly of small town America & into the psychosis of a violent man.
Refn’s FEAR X: Paranoia Abound as Turturro Goes Mad
FEAR X is a stunning look at fear, paranoia, guilt, and the dangerous path on which it can all put us.
David Lynch’s Eraserhead: Existential Terror at its Finest (and Most Elusive)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0Eq5GtCYdA Eraserhead. 1977. Directed & Written by David Lynch. Starring Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Joseph, Jeanne Bates, Judith Roberts, Laurel Near, V. Phipps-Wilson, Jack Fisk, Jean Lange, Thomas Coulson, John Monez, Darwin Joston, T. Max Graham, Hal Landon Jr., & Jennifer Chambers Lynch. American Film Institute/Libra Films. Rated R. 89 minutes. Fantasy/Horror ★★★★1/2 One …
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