In which we wrestle with perhaps the darkest, most awful stretch of Twin Peaks episodes we possibly could.
In our tenth episode, things get a little dark (in a bad way) after Laura's killer is revealed.
Kate and Simon hog a momentous episode and get (even) weird(er) with it.
Kate and Simon fly solo, and a whole lot of tangents, trivia, and goofiness ensue thanks to a pair of packed episodes.
A rocky but fascinating pair of episodes inspire a focus on the series' relationship with its peripheral characters. And also...other things.
In a slightly belated (sorry!), slightly extended outing, Kate and Simon are joined by Jessica Bardley for possibly the most impacttful one-two punch of the entire...
Kate and Simon finish off Season One with the help of Goomba Stomp/Sordid Cinema editor Ricky D.
Kate and Simon are joined by Connor Denney (@reviewoffilm) to talk “Cooper’s Dreams” and “Realization Time,” Season One’s penultimate episodes. Of particular interest this week: roleplaying,...
On dueling planes of reality, criminality, representation, and political realities. And also birds.
Justine Smith joins us to tackle the first two post-pilot episodes, Twin Peaks as an entry in the "woman's series" genus, the origins of surrealism, the...