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The final two episodes of David Lynch’s epic, mind-altering anti-detective story gave us exactly what we expected, by giving us nothing that we expected, says Tom Huddlestone.
Friday 8 September 2017
“You are awake. Finally.” The one-armed man speaks for all of us as Twin Peaks: the Return gets the hero it deserves, 16 episodes in, says Tom Huddlestone.
Wednesday 30 August 2017
After weeks of diversions both delightful and disheartening, David Lynch’s extraordinary series appears to be sliding towards some kind of endgame, writes Tom Huddleston.
Wednesday 16 August 2017
As the series unfolds we’re spending more time in the town of Twin Peaks – but don’t go expecting easy nostalgia, says Tom Huddleston.
Wednesday 2 August 2017
Reassigning Moss’s detective Robin Griffin from small-town New Zealand to the sex trade of cosmopolitan Sydney, the second series of Jane Campion’s police procedural continues to probe the director’s faith in the ultimate intelligence of the body, says Sophie Mayer.
Friday 28 July 2017
After the nuclear nightmare of episode 8, some semblance of normality is restored in Twin Peaks: the Return. But is that really a good thing, asks Tom Huddleston?
Wednesday 19 July 2017
After seven episodes of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s cult series, things seemed to be slowly coming together. One more episode and they had entirely blown apart, says Tom Huddleston.
Thursday 29 June 2017
Agent Cooper returns… as Señor Droolcup? With the testing fifth and sixth episodes of the new Twin Peaks running high on bloody violence, operatic tragedy and a preponderance of oddball slapstick, Tom Huddleston wonders if David Lynch is messing with us.
Thursday 22 June 2017
David Lynch’s game-changing TV mystery show Twin Peaks is back on our screens after 26 years – and on the evidence of the first episodes, it’s a shiftier beast than ever. Tom Huddleston joins the investigation.
Thursday 8 June 2017
Jacquie Lawrence’s sexy lesbian La Ronde, set in and out of the households of south-west London, has been brought to life by Campbell X’s direction, and no one dies. Is that why it isn’t on TV, asks Sophie Mayer?
Friday 17 March 2017
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