Tag: tv

05 Oct 2018

#FestivalOfDisruption David Lynch Brings Twin Peaks into Virtual Reality

At David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption, a music, art, film and creative event with artists curated by the filmmaker, Lynch plans to debut a new Twin Peaks virtual reality experience. The game, titled simply Twin Peaks VR and made with Collider Games and Showtime, will take players through locations from the original series and the […]

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06 Dec 2017

#FESTIVUS 10 Holiday TV Episodes To Watch Online

Excerpt via AV Club It’s December, so it’s time to dust off those Christmas movies, those Christmas movies that aren’t really Christmas movies, or whatever side of that wall you think Die Hard falls on. But what if you’re in a holiday mood but not up for the whole two-hour jaunt to Bedford Falls? Or […]

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26 Jun 2017

‘Silicon Valley’s’ Mike Judge Talks Season 4 Finale, the End of Erlich and Six-Season Plan

Excerpt from Hollywood Reporter The fourth season of Silicon Valley ended with a rare win for Pied Piper. After an uphill battle that involved patent trolls, exploding phones and explicit smart fridges, Richard Hendricks (Thomas Middleditch) and the rest of the gang have finally cleared some major obstacles on their path to creating a new, decentralized […]

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07 Jun 2017

Chromatics Deliver “Shadow” at the Twin Peaks “Bang Bang Bar”

Shadow Chromatics Italians Do It Better Records By John-Paul Shiver The Portland, Oregon based band, Chromatics, amazed the David Lynch fawning adherents during the premier of the revived Twin Peaks project.  The straight-faced delivery of their song Shadow at the roadhouse “Bang Bang Bar” in front of a red curtain references Julee Cruise’s “Falling” video, a song penned […]

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09 Mar 2017

Andy Warhol x Love Boat Season 9 Episode 3

First Aired: October 12, 1985 An ex-con and his wife search for a rare stamp hidden by the man’s former cellmate; the wild past of a conservative businessman’s wife is revealed after Andy Warhol recognizes her; Ace gets the crew up in arms about salaries. Andy Griffith, Cloris Leachman, Milton Berle, Peter Duchin, Tom Bosley, […]

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19 Sep 2016

The Netflix Backlash: Why Hollywood Fears a Content Monopoly

Netflix is spending $6 billion a year on content, choking basic cable and brusquely rattling the relationship business of the town as fears of a Google- or Apple-sized dominance send a chill down the entertainment industry’s spine. Studios and cable channels fret that the company, with its 83 million global subscribers, is sucking up so many […]

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09 Sep 2016

#NYFW Day 1: #PositiveVibes @Desigual, @MalanBreton + Street Style Arrivals

“Positive Vibrations” seemed to be the theme both outside The Shows @ Moynihan Station –as seen in the creative and vibrant street style of attendees — and inside, where Desigual set the tone with optimistic and colorful designs presented in a James Turrell-esque light installation in The Arc. Desigual’s Spring 2017 collection paid homage to the ‘Global Traveler’ whose unique […]

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29 Aug 2016

#SlowTV Comes to Netflix

Slow TV — which involves the marathon broadcasting of mundane events like train rides and people knitting in real time — has become so popular in Scandinavia over the past few years that Netflix decided they had to get in on the action. It’s a far cry from your favorite binge watch, but maybe not […]

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08 Jun 2016

Digital Boneyard: 7 Old Celebrity MySpace Pages

Since the dawn of the screenshot, we’ve been warned that once something’s posted to the Internet, it’s there forever. Yes, we should all be thinking before we tweet/Tumble/Like/whathaveyou even if our profile is set to private. For somewhere out there is a human taking screenshots of profiles and maybe even developing a digital archive to […]

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