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    Just finished a full watch through of Twin Peaks, including FWWM and The Missing Pieces, and am going to listen to the final dossier on audio book again tomorrow, (on audiobook because some of the actors do the reading.)

    I feel like I caught a LOT more little details in the return, the second time around.

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    This thread being bumped scared the shit out of me

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    @eversonpoe , you simply must watch inland empire.

    To me, it's his only full on horror movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    @eversonpoe , you simply must watch inland empire.

    To me, it's his only full on horror movie.
    "Eraserhead" and "Inland Empire" are pretty terrifying, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    @eversonpoe , you simply must watch inland empire.

    To me, it's his only full on horror movie.
    FWWM always has, and still does, scare the shit out of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muad'nin View Post
    FWWM always has, and still does, scare the shit out of me.
    Hell, Twin Peaks: The Return is pretty fucking scary, too, as is Eraserhead.

    But Inland Empire, for me, is the scariest. I used to have it under "Horror" on my plex server.

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    As a massive Lynch fan, I've watched Inland Empire twice now and I just can't get into it. It's the only film of his (not counting Dune) that I don't love. I've seen all his films at least twice, watched all of Twin Peaks 4 times, read his biography, watched the Art Life doc, I love the guy, but Inland Empire just feels like a struggle to get through. IMO The Return is his masterpiece.

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    Speaking about Inland Empire.....

    Anyone got some cash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    @eversonpoe , you simply must watch inland empire.

    To me, it's his only full on horror movie.

    I took 4 or 5 of my friends to see Inland Empire when it was released in a small theater in Nashville.... they all hated me for making them sit through it hahaha

    After the full Twin Peaks saga, my second favorite Lynch film is probably Inland Empire. That movie feels very pure and without compromise much in the same way that Eraserhead feels like living inside of David's horrific dreams. The rest of his filmography aesthetic is rooted in a "hollywood approved" style of film making. Yes, those films (Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive) are still surreal and mindbending but they're structured and put together in a way for mainstream audiences to consume (not necessarily saying this a bad thing at all). Whereas, Eraserhead and Inland Empire feel like David is pushing his imagination as far as he wants to and is making no attempt to organize those bursts of creativity in any sort of digestable form.

    Also, I love Dune! David Lynch's feelings on the film be damned!
    Last edited by rampface; 09-29-2020 at 10:18 PM.

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    I lost my audio copy of The Final Dossier. Can anyone help a Bookhouse Boy out?

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    For fuck's sake. I know ONE of you has the audio copy of The Final Dossier.

    I own the book. My audio copy got fucked off when my cat, Agent Cooper, knocked the external hard drive off the desk, and broke it.

    Today's number is Ten, according to Lynch.

    SOMEBODY loan me an audio copy of the book, because I don't have the money to buy it again right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    For fuck's sake. I know ONE of you has the audio copy of The Final Dossier.

    I own the book. My audio copy got fucked off when my cat, Agent Cooper, knocked the external hard drive off the desk, and broke it.

    Today's number is Ten, according to Lynch.

    SOMEBODY loan me an audio copy of the book, because I don't have the money to buy it again right now.
    i haven't purchased or listened to an audiobook since i was 8. i wish i was into them but it's hard enough for me to focus on podcasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    i haven't purchased or listened to an audiobook since i was 8. i wish i was into them but it's hard enough for me to focus on podcasts.
    Well, I have the money now

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