Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series [Blu-ray]

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T. J. Campbell on 10/31/2017 at 6:54 AM.

Unlike anything else on television First off, there’s a good reason it’s being referred to as “A Limited Series Event” and not “The Third Season.” This is not an exercise in nostalgia. Anybody coming in thinking they’re going to be getting a straight continuation, both in plot and tone, of the original series is due for disappointment. The original series and “Fire Walk With Me” provide the background, but this series is more of an evolution of Twin Peaks, providing something new in the context of…

Zach Sire on 10/31/2017 at 7:25 AM.

A story of good vs. evil A story of good vs. evil. A story of loss and grief. A story of always wanting and always trying to do the right thing, but having those efforts always fall just a little bit short. And ultimately, a story of America.Because so many of us (including myself) are accustomed to and desire narrative storytelling with a beginning, middle, and end, Twin Peaks: The Return may confuse and alienate some, but if you drop those preconceived notions of what TV is “supposed” to be, this…

Social sciences professor on 10/31/2017 at 7:45 AM.

Not for everyone. Slow, non-linear, abstract, no easy answers and no neat & tidy ending. But SO BRILLIANT! For better or worse, this is history-making TV. Just Part 8 alone is insane–there’s never been anything like it on TV.This show is definitely not for everyone. It’s polarizing. It’s very slow paced, abstract, non-linear. It offers mood and feeling, and mostly does not give answers or closure. It’s much more like a David Lynch movie (like Mulholland Drive) than like the charming, quirky Twin Peaks TV show of 25 years ago. Kudos to Showtime for supporting this art house project…