History NightmareFuel / TwinPeaks

11th Sep '17 5:14:54 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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** [[spoiler: The all around ambiguous nature of the finale can leave the viewer feeling sick to their stomach. Where the hell did Cooper and Laura wind up? Where is everybody? What did Cooper do to the timeline? Can they fix it? '''WHAT YEAR IS IT?!''']]

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** [[spoiler: The all around ambiguous nature of the finale can leave the viewer feeling sick to their stomach. Where the hell did Cooper and Laura wind up? Where is everybody? What did Cooper do to the timeline? Can they fix it? '''WHAT YEAR IS IT?!''']]IT?!''']]
** The speculation is all over the map that everyone's left terrified at [[spoiler: what Cooper did after he saved Laura's life]]. Not helped by the fact at [[spoiler: how barren Twin Peaks is]].
4th Sep '17 11:24:16 AM thebigbengal
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** And then there's the fact that, unlike the previous episodes, [[spoiler: there's no performance at the roadhouse to close out the show's run. Instead, the credits roll over a barely-visible photo of Cooper and Laura during the recreated "twenty-five years later" scene. It's also worth noting that Cooper looks absolutely horrified.]]

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** And then there's the fact that, unlike the previous episodes, [[spoiler: there's no performance at the roadhouse to close out the show's run. Instead, the credits roll over a barely-visible photo of Cooper and Laura during the recreated "twenty-five years later" scene. It's also worth noting that Cooper looks absolutely horrified.]]]]
** [[spoiler: The all around ambiguous nature of the finale can leave the viewer feeling sick to their stomach. Where the hell did Cooper and Laura wind up? Where is everybody? What did Cooper do to the timeline? Can they fix it? '''WHAT YEAR IS IT?!''']]
4th Sep '17 2:27:41 AM TTFan
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** [[spoiler: The sound of confusion and slight panic when Cooper asks "what year is it". It's beginning to dawn on him how messed up things have become and he's just as lost as the rest of us.]]

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** [[spoiler: The sound of confusion and slight panic when Cooper asks "what year is it". It's beginning to dawn on him how messed up things have become and he's just as lost as the rest of us.]]
** And then there's the fact that, unlike the previous episodes, [[spoiler: there's no performance at the roadhouse to close out the show's run. Instead, the credits roll over a barely-visible photo of Cooper and Laura during the recreated "twenty-five years later" scene. It's also worth noting that Cooper looks absolutely horrified.
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4th Sep '17 1:56:25 AM thebigbengal
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** [[spoiler: The fact the episode and ''entire series'' ended with Carrie/Laura's horrified and completely spine chilling scream makes it worse]].

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** [[spoiler: The fact the episode and ''entire series'' ended with Carrie/Laura's horrified and completely spine chilling scream makes it worse]].worse]].
** [[spoiler: The sound of confusion and slight panic when Cooper asks "what year is it". It's beginning to dawn on him how messed up things have become and he's just as lost as the rest of us.]]
4th Sep '17 1:17:14 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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** [[spoiler:Diane's FaceHeelTurn]], or as we are led to believe. [[spoiler:She was actually a Doppelgänger that was in place of the real Diane the entire time with her memories and thoughts, bringing the character's entire interaction with Cole, Albert, and Tammy frightening with this now in mind.]]

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** [[spoiler:Diane's FaceHeelTurn]], or as we are led to believe. [[spoiler:She was actually a Doppelgänger that was in place of the real Diane the entire time with her memories and thoughts, bringing the character's entire interaction with Cole, Albert, and Tammy frightening with this now in mind.]]]]
* The ending of Part 18, just... [[MindScrew what]]. For more perspective, the ending left most a bit shocked, if at best, more completely stumped, adding to the horror. Just what did happen? [[spoiler: Who did Carrie/Laura scream at? Why did we still hear Sarah calling for Laura despite the Palmer residence was owned by someone else? Why did Carrie/Laura scream after Cooper asked about the year?]]. Just... '''what'''?!
** [[spoiler: The fact the episode and ''entire series'' ended with Carrie/Laura's horrified and completely spine chilling scream makes it worse]].
3rd Sep '17 10:24:22 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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** [[spoiler: BOB and Cooper's doppelganger]] laughing backwards is also very creepy, mostly because [[spoiler:BOB]]'s laughter sounds ''the same backwards and forwards'' and either way it sounds [[SlasherSmile more like a coughing bark than a laugh]]. It is a laugh of pure hatred and evil, which is likely intentional.

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** [[spoiler: BOB and Cooper's doppelganger]] laughing backwards is also very creepy, mostly because [[spoiler:BOB]]'s laughter sounds ''the same backwards and forwards'' and either way it sounds [[SlasherSmile [[EvilLaugh more like a coughing bark than a laugh]]. It is a laugh of [[SlasherSmile pure hatred and evil, evil]], which is likely intentional.
3rd Sep '17 10:22:52 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* The creepy, [[SurrealHorror surreal]], eldritch vibe of the Black Lodge is this combined with CreepyAwesome. Backwards speech is already pretty creepy because of the UncannyValley effect; it sounds enough like human speech to be recognisable, but inhuman enough to sound otherworldly and bizarre. This makes it seem very nightmarish and frightening to the uninitiated viewer.
** [[spoiler: Laura]]'s doppelganger starts ''screaming backwards'' in one episode and it is absolutely horrifying because it doesn't sound like a human sound at all.
** [[spoiler: BOB and Cooper's doppelganger]] laughing backwards is also very creepy, mostly because [[spoiler:BOB]]'s laughter sounds ''the same backwards and forwards'' and either way it sounds [[SlasherSmile more like a coughing bark than a laugh]]. It is a laugh of pure hatred and evil, which is likely intentional.
28th Aug '17 5:43:40 PM TBNY
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* The man in jail with a horribly busted face, who constantly drools and drips blood on the floor and is only capable of parroting other people's words. The creepiest part about him is that no one but Chad seems to notice his presence.

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* The man in jail with a horribly busted face, who constantly drools and drips blood on the floor and is only capable of parroting other people's words. The creepiest part about him is that no one but Chad seems to notice his presence.presence.
* Part 16. [[spoiler:[[CruelAndUnusualDeath Richard Horne's death]].]] While it was indeed awesome to watch, it is horrifying to watch [[spoiler:him]] suffer in utter agony from the electrocution. Bear in mind, it isn't normal electrocution where the person dies in a couple of seconds, this electrocution was half a minute of screen time.
** [[spoiler:Diane's FaceHeelTurn]], or as we are led to believe. [[spoiler:She was actually a Doppelgänger that was in place of the real Diane the entire time with her memories and thoughts, bringing the character's entire interaction with Cole, Albert, and Tammy frightening with this now in mind.]]
28th Aug '17 1:59:08 PM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* In Part 11, the '''entire''' atomic bomb sequence, set to "Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima" by Kryztof Penderecki, already well-known as a pant-shittingly ''terrifying'' piece of music. [[spoiler:The sequence also implies that BOB isn't an [[EldritchAbomination ancient horror]] but was in fact created ''[[FridgeHorror recently]]'', by humans [[GoneHorriblyRight inventing and detonating the first atom bomb]].]]

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* ** In Part 11, particular, the '''entire''' atomic bomb sequence, set to "Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima" by Kryztof Penderecki, already well-known as a pant-shittingly ''terrifying'' piece of music. [[spoiler:The sequence also implies that BOB isn't an [[EldritchAbomination ancient horror]] but was in fact created ''[[FridgeHorror recently]]'', by humans [[GoneHorriblyRight inventing and detonating the first atom bomb]].]]
28th Aug '17 1:57:27 PM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* In Part 11, the '''entire''' atomic bomb sequence, set to "Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima" by Kryztof Penderecki, already well-known as a pant-shittingly ''terrifying'' piece of music. [[spoiler:The sequence also implies that BOB isn't an [[EldritchAbomination ancient horror]] but was in fact created ''[[FridgeHorror recently]]'', by humans [[GoneHorriblyRight inventing and detonating the first atom bomb]].]]
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