Tag Archives: TV

The end of the return of TWIN PEAKS.

I’m still digesting what I saw last night; I will probably be digesting what I saw last night for a long, time time. I’m deeply shaken in a way that feels both frightening and wondrous. In a day and age … Continue reading

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My review of THE SECRET HISTORY OF TWIN PEAKS.

I had the great privilege to review Mark Frost’s new novel for Booklist. Check out my spolier-free review!

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3 things about Michael Haneke’s 71 FRAGMENTS OF A CHRONOLOGY OF CHANCE

71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance [1994] 1. He hesitates. Then he cuts the lock, quietly removes every handgun from the rack. He puts them in a gym bag. 2. After he slaps her she almost leaves the table. … Continue reading

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3 things about Esteban Sapir’s THE AERIAL

The Aerial [2007] 1. Snow as a beautiful visual shorthand for film grain. 2. Spirals, electricity, shadows, eyes, mouths. 3. As if I needed more proof: along with The Science of Sleep, more concrete evidence that the best of imaginations … Continue reading

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