Long Lost #5 is a spine-tingling horror comic done right.
Twin Peaks siren Sherilyn Fenn, aka Audrey Horne, has joined the Long Beach Comic Con as a celeb guest. The show takes place September 2-3 at the Long Beach Convention Center. This is a medium sized show that has strong comics content with just the right amount of celebrities, all in a very convenient location.
Although David Lynch didn’t end up making a surprise appearance, the Twin Peaks panel in SDCC’s Hall H held some golden moments, some quotes we’re happily willing to read way too much into, and several Lynch impressions for good measure. Here are a few highlights from the panel: WHY DIDN’T COOP AND AUDREY DATE? – […]
Forget about all that there is to see at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, what about all that there is to buy? Prepare to shout at unsuspecting vendors “Shut up and take my money” (which The Beat doesn’t condone) after you see some of these standouts among the piles of convention exclusives. Just about everyone […]
Getting a bit spoilery here, sorry. The revival of Twin Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost’s landmark television series, has been easily the entertainment highlight of my year so far (and that’s saying something in a set of months that gave us Get Out, Logan, Baby Driver, Legion, the latest season of Better Call Saul, […]
After a year and a half of teasing, and walking off the project, and then coming back, and then releasing videos of himself eating donuts in Gordon Cole attire: David Lynch (and co-creator Mark Frost) will be unveiling his massive Twin Peaks reunion this May on Showtime. Announced today at the TCA press tour, the […]
We’re still a solid year away from seeing what David Lynch and Mark Frost have been up to with Showtime and their revival of the 90’s classic Twin Peaks. Just about everything we’d heard related to the show was a mix of pseudo-official announcements and rumor, for a while there, we weren’t sure David Lynch […]
You might recognize Ben Mackey’s name because of his kick-ass Twin Peaks tarot cards or Sean Lewis for his work on This American Life. How the hell did these two guys meet? We’re about to find out.
Our long national nightmare is over, as after a month long contract standoff, Showtime and David Lynch have announced that the reclusive auteur will indeed be returning to helm Showtime’s relaunch of the cult classic, Twin Peaks: Lynch himself took to Twitter with the news: Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they […]
In news that’s sure to ruin the Sunday of many readers…