Favorite films

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
  • Kinta And Ginji
  • Malcolm X
  • Depraved

Recent activity

  • Return to 'Twin Peaks'


  • A Slice of Lynch


  • Twin Peaks


  • The Mysteries of Paris: Jacques Rivette's Out 1 Revisited


Recent reviews

  • Return to 'Twin Peaks'

    Return to 'Twin Peaks'


    Just a pleasant 20 minute documentary about the now defunct Twin Peaks festival during its 2007 year.  Very small gathering of fans in Snoqualmie and North Bend, Washington celebrating all things Twin Peaks. It looks like a lot of fun. I’m a bit sad I never had the opportunity to attend. But I’ll always have this short doc.

  • A Slice of Lynch

    A Slice of Lynch


    This is such a wonder hour long discussion on Twin Peaks. It’s just Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan, Madchen Amick, and John Wentworth sitting at a diner bar and telling stories. 

    It’s loose and light but the stories are wonderful and I could sit in this atmosphere with these people for a lot longer than an hour. It just makes my soul happy to hear Lynch talk about Twin Peaks.

Popular reviews

  • Heart of Glass

    Heart of Glass


    With no hint of hyperbole, one of the strangest films I've ever seen and, most likely, ever created.

    The theme here is similar to Herzog's Aguirre. Again he is flirting with the meticulous descent into madness but his scope has changed. Heart of Glass deals not with the madness of obsession but the madness of loss. Herzog has also opened up his scope from a single individual or small group to an entire village.

    Heart of Glass is about a…

  • Cannibal Holocaust

    Cannibal Holocaust


    Part of My Italian Horror/Giallo Adventure

    The lore and reputation surrounding this film is something every cinephile has heard. It's created both an air of mystique and a fear. Many people refuse to watch the film because of the reputation, fearing that's it's just too much for them to handle. As a filmgoer that knows no fear, Cannibal Holocaust is a film that screamed to be watched, to have the experience known.

    Let's start with the good, shall we. This…