twinpeaksexplained:

There are several correlations between Twin Peaks and William S. Burrough’s novel Cities of the Red Night, published in 1981.

Cities of the Red Night makes specific mentions of Black and White Lodges and features non-linear plotlines regarding space and time—a key feature of the lodges in Twin Peaks. One of the novel’s protagonists, a detective named Clem Snide, is searching for a missing boy and uses the ancient Chinese text, the I Ching, to aid in his investigation. Likewise, Dale Cooper is investigating the death of Laura Palmer and uses ancient Tibetan methods to solve the murder.

Interestingly, it is rumoured David Lynch wanted Burroughs to play the role of Mayor Dwayne Milford in Twin Peaks, before the role went to John Boylan.

twinpeaksexplained:

Laura Palmer’s hand gestures in “Episode 29” during The Red Room and Black Lodge sequences represent 90 degree “right” angles. The gestures suggest that the narrative/plot/events about to occur in the Black Lodge will take a new angle, similiar to the use of 90 degree angles in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. A similar technique was used by David Lynch during the opening scene of Eraserhead.
twinpeaksexplained:

Laura Palmer’s hand gestures in “Episode 29” during The Red Room and Black Lodge sequences represent 90 degree “right” angles. The gestures suggest that the narrative/plot/events about to occur in the Black Lodge will take a new angle, similiar to the use of 90 degree angles in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. A similar technique was used by David Lynch during the opening scene of Eraserhead.

twinpeaksexplained:

Laura Palmer’s hand gestures in “Episode 29” during The Red Room and Black Lodge sequences represent 90 degree “right” angles. The gestures suggest that the narrative/plot/events about to occur in the Black Lodge will take a new angle, similiar to the use of 90 degree angles in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. A similar technique was used by David Lynch during the opening scene of Eraserhead.

silverthreadsandneedles:

Twin Peaks (1989) 
"I believe the Black Lodge is the source of what you’ve traditionally referred to here as the evil in the woods"
silverthreadsandneedles:

Twin Peaks (1989) 
"I believe the Black Lodge is the source of what you’ve traditionally referred to here as the evil in the woods"
silverthreadsandneedles:

Twin Peaks (1989) 
"I believe the Black Lodge is the source of what you’ve traditionally referred to here as the evil in the woods"

silverthreadsandneedles:

Twin Peaks (1989) 

"I believe the Black Lodge is the source of what you’ve traditionally referred to here as the evil in the woods"

smarkjindrak:

I know everyone wants to have their Halloween fun tonight but if you see any of this shit then run like hell. 

smarkjindrak:

I know everyone wants to have their Halloween fun tonight but if you see any of this shit then run like hell. 

nightlyallaround:

Dale Cooper: Harry, I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange. 
nightlyallaround:

Dale Cooper: Harry, I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange. 
nightlyallaround:

Dale Cooper: Harry, I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange.

nightlyallaround:

Dale Cooper: Harry, I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange.