So, I have some extra money to burn and I'm considering picking Twin Peaks to add to my collection. Thing is, I'm going completely off of the fact that it's well received by, what seems like, everybody, including /tv/. I have never seen it.
Is it worth owning, watching, watching again? But more importantly, why?
Yes buy, I have all seasons and Fire walk with me. Take into account that it's early 90's so it will come across as campy sometimes but the lore, the characters and the supernatural aspect to it just make it a cult classic. Honestly haven't seen a show like it before or since. It's a quirky, unsettling and comfy experience.
You get an amazing film, an amazing season of a show, a second season which is pretty good (nowhere near the first season though) and a cool strange film made up of the deleted scenes from the first film. It's one of my favourite buys desu
Why not just spay and neuter?
Do it before they reach maturity and you fuck up their development. After, I can't even imagine what a logistics nightmare it would be to kennel all those dinos and do surgery on every one
Hello there, Children!
How's it goin'?
You've been dead for 9 years.
It was really SICK how they attacked this innocent guy just for his religion.
Fuck you dude. It's a workable spiritual technology. You wouldn't say that if you tried it. You can audit FOR FREE using DMSMH with a friend.
Name something about 6 inches long that you put in your mouth.
What went wrong?
What are some good movies about liberals?
Where were you when an indie romcom ended up a better horror movie than 90% of anything released in years.
Movie had me legitimately anxious throughout a large amount of it. The way humans act in their world just lends itself to this uncomfortable uncertainty that was terrifying. There were a lot of awkward laughs in my theater followed by shocked revulsion for example the short haired woman talking about the sounds the dog made and it sounds like a joke or she's testing him and then it pans down to her leg.
There was legitimate terror and horror in the movie and it still has me surprised the day after having seen it. I went in blind and was expecting some average quirky romantic movie but I love Colin Farrell so I said fuck it sounds interesting.
Eh, it was mediocre. I hate how every character talked like an autistic child. I don't get what purpose it serves, and I think that it actively hurt the message that the film was going for because it was just overly quirky.
>a tv series has more than 6 seasons
I need your best worst films, asap
We've already seen the obvious ones like The Room, Deadliest Prey, Samurai Cop, Miami Connection, Requiem for a Dream and Troll 2
Definitely not my favorite genre at all, but i just watched this a couple of days ago and i thought it was actually really good. Had no Idea Jim Carrey was capable of this. Thoughts?
Word for word, exactly what I was thinking.
Pic related as Kerrigan.
I liked the first one, hope this one is good.
ITT: Movies that couldn't be made today.
Why does she spin so much when fighting?
>Highest grossing director of all time ($9.246 billion)
>Had the highest grossing film ever three times (Jaws, E.T., Jurassic Park)
What does /tv/ think of Steven Spielberg?