Twin Peaks: The Return Brings A Heightened Twist of Darkness to David Lynch’s Grasp & Love of Americana

“If there’s one thing you should know about me, Ray, it’s that I don’t need anything. I want.” So reminds Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) in his diabolical doppelganger form, speaking both of the black hole of evilness within himself and the American people. Those who have been nervous about the reboot, …

The Best Part of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3? Its Mockery of Wokeness

By now, even your 85-year-old grandma is familiar with the unfortunate term, “stay woke.” It’s a vague phrase intended to encompass everything from not gender stereotyping to embracing the signing of consent forms before agreeing to fuck at a party. And although Tina Fey was once all about creating the …

The Original Sex and the City Intro Titles Could Have Set A Far Grimmer Tone for the Show

Upon watching Sex and the City enough times, you inevitably take to skipping through the opening credits, the jazzy sound of which starts to grate on one’s nerves after enough devoted viewing. Nonetheless, the iconography of that pink tutu worn so confidently by Carrie Bradshaw with her knowing eyebrow raises and …