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The Small Screen / Re: What shows are you watching?
« Last post by diggler on Today at 09:00:33 AM »
I really enjoyed The Handmaid's Tale. Luke's flashback had a real Children of Men vibe, which the show works as a great companion piece to. Every show should end with Elizabeth Moss walking towards the camera in slow motion.

Currently bingeing GLOW, it's very funny. Marc Maron is perfect casting.
What's interesting is that DDL was also a co-producer on this project along with Annapurna and PTA, and from what I heard had a heavy hand in the story.
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The Small Screen / Re: What shows are you watching?
« Last post by RegularKarate on Yesterday at 05:09:45 PM »
Did anyone watch The Handmaiden's Tale? no? See it and thank me later.

I'm five episodes in and it's really good and brutal, Elizabeth Moss is as usual incredible.

Also cannot help to think some republicans would LOVE to live in that dystopian society.

You made the same mistake that my girlfriend and I make every single time we mention this show. The show is "The Handmaid's Tale" and then there's the movie "The Handmaiden". It's a real "Pretty Little Liars"/"Big Little Lies" situation.

I'm curious what you'll think after watching the entire thing. I loved most of it, but found my enthusiasm fizzled.

David Lynch / Re: The Official Twin Peaks Thread (TOTPT)
« Last post by Jeremy Blackman on Yesterday at 12:56:14 PM »

I think we have to first interpret the shadow mother that projectile vomits that stream of stuff (garmonbozia?) which contains the Bob orb. Is all of that still happening inside the explosion, as if a netherworld was created inside the blast? Or did the explosion create a connection with a pre-existing netherworld?

There are some egg-like objects in the vomit. That might be where the egg came from, which we see hatch later.

I kind of hope that girl is not Sarah Palmer, because I don't see a connection that makes sense to me. The frog-roach seems to be malevolent, but I don't see that kind of malevolence in Sarah or Laura. Maybe I'm wrong.

I don't think we can conclude from this episode what's going on there. Perhaps we'll get more of this origin story.


"Horse to the well" is a phrase repeated at least twice in Inland Empire. Now the woodsman is talking about "the horse" and "the well" in Twin Peaks. The woodsman looks like the man behind Winkie's. At least one character from Mulholland Drive appears in Inland Empire. Shared universe? (Probably not, but this is fun.)

Anything else? Trent Reznor, playing at the club, looks a lot like Bill Pullman in Lost Highway. Patrick Fischler appears in Mulholland Drive and Twin Peaks, and the conspiracy here has similarities to the casting conspiracy in Mulholland Drive. Brent Briscoe plays a detective in both MD and Twin Peaks, and maybe Robert Forster served as his partner while Harry was still sheriff.
Resident Eve's Wool
Metal Gear Wardrobe.
Apparently Paul met with Sean Parker and got some advice on the title. That man sure hates the word "The"!
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