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Jabberwocky last won the day on August 21 2014

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    candy, empty paper bags, petrichor, doughnuts covered in Fruit Loops, the sound when something wet hits something metallic

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  1. Great pics. May 21st cannot come quick enough
  2. Entertainment Weekly Reunites Twin Peaks: Cast Surrounds David Lynch In “The Last Supper” Covers http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/news/entertainment-weekly-twin-peaks-covers/ The March 31st issue of Entertainment Weekly promises to give Twin Peaks fans an “exclusive first look at the trippy revival” which is “not what it seems.” On its cover (in fact, make that three collectible covers), a tableau inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper. From left to right we see Wendy Robie (Nadine Hurley), Everett McGill (Big Ed Hurley), James Marshall (James Hurley), Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer), David Lynch (Gordon Cole/director), Kyle MacLachlan (Dale Cooper), Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne), Mädchen Amick (Shelly Johnson), Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs), and Peggy Lipton (Norma Jennings). But you must also pay attention to what’s on the table: an owl, a cup of coffee, a log, cherry pie, stacked doughnuts… and a blue rose! What else strikes you? Several original cast members who will appear in the new Twin Peaks are missing, like Kimmy Robertson (Lucy Moran), Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk) and Harry Goaz (Deputy Brennan). And 400 pages does sound rather low for an 18-part series. The EW cover also mentions a TV special called EW Reunites: Twin Peaks, which will be streaming on their site. Stay tuned! For those outside the United States, you may find copies of EW’s Twin Peaks issue on eBay.
  3. Slick Rick & Doug E Fresh - La Di Da Di
  4. I'm going Bollywood with these hotties. I don't know if they can act or sing (or do whatever) worth a shit so I'm basing this off of my crotch reaction Priyanka Chopra Celina Jaitley Riya Sen Sushmita Sen
  5. Amr Diab - Habibi Ya Nour El Ain
  6. I say "fuck the naysayers" when it comes to Silkworms. That song and Oh My God got me REALLY excited for what Axl and the rest were gonna do. I was instantly hooked. As much as I kinda dig on a bluesy rock riff, I can go full head on with heavy industrial music. I've listened to way more industrial/electronic stuff than I have the standard rawk n roll. I would have killed to get a full album of Guns going just flat out, the brake lines have been cut, psychotic industrial songs.
  7. LOL Thank ya dear. Why not let her answer your question. Thanks man She's done ALOT of videos (170 at this point). To understand her is to understand what Andy Warhol did. But she is also a singer. OK, so now on with the regular conversation instead of my derailment
  8. This is kinda sorta music related. I made a "almost" shot for shot parody video for Poppy's "Doritos Monster Energy Drink" video. The music (and all of the sound effects/foley work) for the parody is what I made. Here is the original video and here is my parody
  9. Hell yeah, I would. Love to hear some mellow synth and make you shit your pants synth.
  10. Smash Cut (2009) Frustrated with his most recent film doing poorly, film director Able Whitman finds himself at a strip club where he meets and takes home one of the strippers, Gigi Stops. They have an accident on the road which kills Gigi leaving Able to figure out what to do with the body. He conveniently decides to “disguise” the body parts as set pieces to his new horror film. When this new design style is met with much praise, Able decides he needs more parts to fulfill his new “project”. This is a slasher-gore comedy that has some homage to 70's exploitation films. A kinda cheezy but enjoyable little flick.
  11. Listened to this album going down the road today. I think you might like this @AxlsFavoriteRose Little Ceaser - Stand Up
  12. Thank ya kindly. I didn't know the other thread was so outdated so here is the link to check out just about all of my shit from 2015 until now. I've collaborated with various people in various genres so I'm very all over the place. I like to mix it up ya know I still need to get the first movie done LOL. Hopefully in a few months I'll run into some cash and have a better budget to complete the other 3 films in the Four Deuces quadrilogy. Sometimes context is good and other times it's a hinderence. But I think it is also good to mix in some sort of humor so the entire film isn't completely pitch dark. And as far as straight out comedy goes I like to do fan videos for Poppy. She's liked what I've done so far, which is mind boggling LOL.
  13. I'm a musician, in the loosest sense of the word. What I do is kind of a hybrid of psychedelic, no wave, noise rock, and shoegaze. Just my guitar and vocals (no band). I've posted links to that stuff on this thread. But for the past several years I've been more and more interested in film making than I am with music. Here is a music video I did 2 months ago for this girl who lives in NYC called Watergh0st
  14. “Missing” Laura Palmer Posters All Over Sydney Lead To Phone Number With Mysterious Voicemail Greeting http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/news/missing-laura-palmer-posters-australia/ Last Sunday, Australian Twin Peaks fans began spotting Laura Palmer posters all over the streets of Sydney and its suburbs, including Green Square, Marrickville, Surry Hills and Leichhardt. The poster reads: “Missing – Have you seen this person? Laura Palmer disappeared 25 years ago.” At the bottom, there’s a phone number in case you have “any information” regarding Laura Palmer. When you call 1300 816 776, you won’t get Lucy on the horn but you’ll hear the Twin Peaks theme followed by a backward message in a familiar voice. Soundcloud user ‘void as’ managed to record and reverse the audio. You can leave a message after the beep, and some people have reported receiving callbacks and text messages after doing so! It is happening again. —The Giant Obviously, Laura Palmer’s body was discovered before she was even reported missing, but the aim of this guerilla campaign is clearly to get people stoked on “The Return” of Twin Peaks using what’s arguably the show’s most iconic image. Laura Palmer’s homecoming queen portrait was also featured in Showtime’s most recent teaser and poster, but with sightings in Australia only —even before an official poster campaign in the U.S.— these are likely the work of Stan, the streaming company simulcasting the upcoming series starting May 22nd. Stan did not confirm or deny their involvement when Welcome to Twin Peaks reached out for comment. Instead, they clapped their hands once and started dancing.