History NightmareFuel / TwinPeaks

13th Aug '17 6:53:20 PM Stellarvore
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--> '''Mr. C:''' See? Doesn't that hurt your arm when I go like that?

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--> '''Mr. C:''' See? Doesn't that hurt your arm when I go like that?that?
* [[spoiler:Sarah Palmer removing her face in Part 14, at first revealing a void and then a disturbing smile. This somehow causes the bar patron tormenting her to get his throat ripped out.]]
9th Aug '17 7:46:08 AM Stellarvore
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-->'''The Woodsman:''' [[BrownNote This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes and dark within]].

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-->'''The Woodsman:''' [[BrownNote This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes and dark within]].within]].
* In Part 13, "Cooper" is forced into an arm wrestling match. While his victory is actually quite awesome, his taunts are rather unsettling, and makes his brutal murder of his opponent that much more disturbing.
--> '''Mr. C:''' See? Doesn't that hurt your arm when I go like that?
7th Aug '17 8:01:59 AM Stellarvore
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** His introductory scene, in its entirety, is just incredibly eerie and unsettling. It starts with a shot of his car driving through a darkened forest while a bizarre song that consists solely of a menacing drumbeat and inhumanly distorted vocals blares on the soundtrack [[note]] Actually Muddy Magnolias' American Woman, slowed down [[/note]], creating an incredibly ominous tension. Then we meet "Mr. C" and his henchmen, a family of HillbillyHorrors straight out of ''The Hills Have Eyes'', and the show establishes right away what an evil, dominating presence this character is. It's quite an EstablishingCharacterMoment.

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** His introductory scene, in its entirety, is just incredibly eerie and unsettling. It starts with a shot of his car driving through a darkened forest while a bizarre song that consists solely of a menacing drumbeat and inhumanly distorted vocals blares on the soundtrack [[note]] Actually Muddy Magnolias' American Woman, slowed down [[/note]], creating an incredibly ominous tension. Then we meet "Mr. C" and his henchmen, a family of HillbillyHorrors straight out of ''The Hills Have Eyes'', ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'', and the show establishes right away what an evil, dominating presence this character is. It's quite an EstablishingCharacterMoment.
23rd Jul '17 7:56:21 PM Stellarvore
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** And if that is the case, it would certainly explain a lot of [[spoiler:Richard's behavior.]]
15th Jul '17 11:09:45 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Everything is tolerable '''but''' his little Fred Astaire dance with the golf club in the episode where [[spoiler:he's been driving around ALL DAY with Maddy's body in the trunk]]: there's something just creepingly, inexplicably nightmarish about the sheer randomness of it.

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** Everything is tolerable '''but''' his little Fred Astaire Creator/FredAstaire dance with the golf club in the episode where [[spoiler:he's been driving around ALL DAY with Maddy's body in the trunk]]: there's something just creepingly, inexplicably nightmarish about the sheer randomness of it.
26th Jun '17 1:16:20 AM beergood
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* Part 8. '''ALL OF IT.'''

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* Part 8. '''ALL OF IT.''''''
-->'''The Woodsman:''' [[BrownNote This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes and dark within]].
25th Jun '17 9:43:08 PM thebigbengal
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* Doc Hayward recalls that one of the only things "Cooper" did before leaving Twin Peaks was visiting a comatose Audrey. Given that the same episode heavily implies [[spoiler: the Doppelganger raped Diane]] and there's a [[spoiler: new Horne running around who could definitely be 25]] the implications are very unpleasant...

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* Doc Hayward recalls that one of the only things "Cooper" did before leaving Twin Peaks was visiting a comatose Audrey. Given that the same episode heavily implies [[spoiler: the Doppelganger raped Diane]] and there's a [[spoiler: new Horne running around who could definitely be 25]] the implications are very unpleasant...unpleasant...
* Part 8. '''ALL OF IT.'''
25th Jun '17 9:12:03 PM Mightymoose101
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** His introductory scene, in its entirety, is just incredibly eerie and unsettling. It starts with a shot of his car driving through a darkened forest while a bizarre song that consists solely of a menacing drumbeat and inhumanly distorted vocals blares on the soundtrack, creating an incredibly ominous tension. Then we meet "Mr. C" and his henchmen, a family of HillbillyHorrors straight out of ''The Hills Have Eyes'', and the show establishes right away what an evil, dominating presence this character is. It's quite an EstablishingCharacterMoment.

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** His introductory scene, in its entirety, is just incredibly eerie and unsettling. It starts with a shot of his car driving through a darkened forest while a bizarre song that consists solely of a menacing drumbeat and inhumanly distorted vocals blares on the soundtrack, soundtrack [[note]] Actually Muddy Magnolias' American Woman, slowed down [[/note]], creating an incredibly ominous tension. Then we meet "Mr. C" and his henchmen, a family of HillbillyHorrors straight out of ''The Hills Have Eyes'', and the show establishes right away what an evil, dominating presence this character is. It's quite an EstablishingCharacterMoment.
23rd Jun '17 4:39:48 PM gunarao
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* In 3.05, [[spoiler: the scene of BOB!Cooper looking in the mirror, and his face slowly morphing into BOB's. Subtle, and incredibly creepy.]]

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* In 3.05, [[spoiler: the scene of BOB!Cooper looking in the mirror, and his face slowly morphing into BOB's. Subtle, and incredibly creepy.]]]]
* Doc Hayward recalls that one of the only things "Cooper" did before leaving Twin Peaks was visiting a comatose Audrey. Given that the same episode heavily implies [[spoiler: the Doppelganger raped Diane]] and there's a [[spoiler: new Horne running around who could definitely be 25]] the implications are very unpleasant...
23rd Jun '17 12:58:12 AM SinNanna
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** The way the box gets darker and darker before this ghostly pale figure just ''appears'' in it is just extremely unsettling.


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** His introductory scene, in its entirety, is just incredibly eerie and unsettling. It starts with a shot of his car driving through a darkened forest while a bizarre song that consists solely of a menacing drumbeat and inhumanly distorted vocals blares on the soundtrack, creating an incredibly ominous tension. Then we meet "Mr. C" and his henchmen, a family of HillbillyHorrors straight out of ''The Hills Have Eyes'', and the show establishes right away what an evil, dominating presence this character is. It's quite an EstablishingCharacterMoment.
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