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‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Certifiably Exceptional Episode 6 Bridges the Gap Between Belief and Insanity

‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Certifiably Exceptional Episode 6 Bridges the Gap Between Belief and Insanity
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “The Leftovers” through Season 3, Episode 6, “Certified.”]

Immediate Reaction

Last week, I was sitting in the lower deck at a baseball game, near the wall where the field meets the fans . It was a sparsely populated affair, as the woeful Anaheim Angels were hosting the Chicago White Sox on a cold, cloudy Tuesday night, but the lower seats were populated by a few enthusiastic fans.

One of them brought a beach ball.

The ball started making its way around the crowd, each member joyfully punching the multi-colored orb back up toward the sky so the next lucky group could do the same. As I turned in my seat to catch sight of it, my first thought wasn’t, “Oh, I hope they hit it my way.” Instead, it was just fear; pure, instinctual fear. “Oh no,” I thought.

Read More: ‘The Leftovers’: Amy Brenneman on The Shocking Ending to Episode 6 and Laurie’s Powerful Change of Plans
See full article at Indiewire Television »

‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Certifiably Exceptional Episode 6 Bridges the Gap Between Belief and Insanity

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‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Certifiably Exceptional Episode 6 Bridges the Gap Between Belief and Insanity
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “The Leftovers” through Season 3, Episode 6, “Certified.”]

Immediate Reaction

Last week, I was sitting in the lower deck at a baseball game, near the wall where the field meets the fans . It was a sparsely populated affair, as the woeful Anaheim Angels were hosting the Chicago White Sox on a cold, cloudy Tuesday night, but the lower seats were populated by a few enthusiastic fans.

One of them brought a beach ball.

The ball started making its way around the crowd, each member joyfully punching the multi-colored orb back up toward the sky so the next lucky group could do the same. As I turned in my seat to catch sight of it, my first thought wasn’t, “Oh, I hope they hit it my way.” Instead, it was just fear; pure, instinctual fear. “Oh no,” I thought.

Read More: ‘The Leftovers’: Amy Brenneman on The Shocking Ending to Episode 6 and Laurie’s Powerful Change of Plans
See full article at Indiewire »

‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch, Damon Lindelof and More Remember the Original Phenomenon and Tease the Revival — Watch

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‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch, Damon Lindelof and More Remember the Original Phenomenon and Tease the Revival — Watch
As we prepare for Sunday’s two-hour premiere of the “Twin Peaks” revival, it’s important to remember how it all began. While we’ve got our own ideas about how best to do that, Showtime has released three videos featuring creators, critics, and cast members talking about the immense impact of “Twin Peaks” and how to best prepare for the new episodes.

“Keep your eye on the donut, not on the hole,” Lynch says in the third video.

Yeah, that’s pretty good advice, too.

In the first video, co-creator David Lynch and his cast join Damon Lindelof (“The Leftovers”), Lesli Linka Glatter (“Homeland”), and more to remember how the “Twin Peaks” phenomenon began.

“‘Twin Peaks’ basically proved that there wasn’t just one way to make television,” Damon Lindelof says.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’: Why You Need to Watch the Pilot Again Before the Revival Premieres

Lynch,
See full article at Indiewire »

‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch, Damon Lindelof and More Remember the Original Phenomenon and Tease the Revival — Watch

‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch, Damon Lindelof and More Remember the Original Phenomenon and Tease the Revival — Watch
As we prepare for Sunday’s two-hour premiere of the “Twin Peaks” revival, it’s important to remember how it all began. While we’ve got our own ideas about how best to do that, Showtime has released three videos featuring creators, critics, and cast members talking about the immense impact of “Twin Peaks” and how to best prepare for the new episodes.

“Keep your eye on the donut, not on the hole,” Lynch says in the third video.

Yeah, that’s pretty good advice, too.

In the first video, co-creator David Lynch and his cast join Damon Lindelof (“The Leftovers”), Lesli Linka Glatter (“Homeland”), and more to remember how the “Twin Peaks” phenomenon began.

“‘Twin Peaks’ basically proved that there wasn’t just one way to make television,” Damon Lindelof says.

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’: Why You Need to Watch the Pilot Again Before the Revival Premieres

Lynch,
See full article at Indiewire Television »

Win a copy of the Limited Edition David Lynch Blu-ray Box Set

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This is perhaps one of my favourite competitions we’ve ever run on HeyUGuys. If I could enter I would, but I can’t – but you can!

To celebrate Universal Picture Centennial Anniversary year and the release of a Limited Edition David Lynch Box Set out on 4th June, containing six of David Lynch’s classic films plus exciting never-before-seen footage, it includes classics such as Eraserhead and Twin Peaks: Fire walk with me and Hey U Guys has 1 special David Lynch Box set to give away.

I’ve copied in a list of the films and the assorted extras (gathered onto a single disc in this box set) so you know exactly how much Lynchian madness you’re getting. There are interviews, outtakes, short films and other experimentia secreted within and this is a must for fans of the director.

Here’s a list of what’s on what,
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