Twin Peaks (2017)

Part 8 (25 Jun. 2017)

TV Episode   |  TV-MA   |    |  Crime, Drama, Fantasy

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Cooper's doppelganger faces a life-or-death situation. In 1945, the Trinity atomic bomb test in White Sands, New Mexico leads to horrifying unexpected consequences. In 1956, a creepy woodsman covered in scorched engine oil invades a radio station.



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13 July 2017 | Prismark10
| Episode 8
How can you describe Episode 8? It might be pure David Lynch but let us not forget Mark Frost in all of this.

It all begins conventionally enough. Evil Cooper has escaped from prison and joins up with Ray but they both double cross each other.

Ray shoots Evil Cooper and before finishing him off we see strange entities emerging from the woods who surround Evil Cooper. Are they going to devour him or fix him? It seems these strange beings bring him back to life.

We then go to the Bang Bang bar where the Nine Inch Nails play one of their smaller gigs.

After that we enter a surreal wordless sequence which is exposition David Lynch style. The first atomic bomb being tested in White Sands, New Mexico. The explosion has led to the manifestation of Bob as well as other equal creatures.

We then see the Giant with a female, there are strange sounds and we see a golden bubble being created with an image of Laura Palmer.

As we go to 1956 we see gasoline soaked woodsmen asking random strangers for a light and the are possessed of pure evil as they spread message through the airwaves.

I have little idea what it all means but it all adds up to being oddly visually and sonically unnerving as well as invigorating and disturbing.

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