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Music Minute – “The Black Dog Runs at Night” from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992)

From the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, which is directed by David Lynch and written by Lynch and Robert Engels , we bring you a small piece of the soundtrack, The Black Dog Runs at Night.

The iconic television series from the 90s, Twin Peaks, was cut short during it’s second season due to fleeting ratings.  Though not short of fanfare, this sequel/prequel film was released in 1992 to cap off  storyline established during the shows run.

Attempting to wrap up the story of the small lumbering town in the woods would prove to miss the mark by certain standards.  With several actors unwilling to reprise pivotal roles, and a mixed up story line consisting of flashbacks, and leaps ahead in time, mainstream audiences had trouble wrapping their heads around the movie at the time of it’s release.

But die hard fan’s of the franchise will tell you this film is not to be missed!  Not only was the show great during its run, but this retelling of key events in the series gave the Twin Peaks fan’s a taste of what they so craved; closure!

With Halloween in the air, we are cultivating a mood not only for ourselves, but for you our readership! Special thanks to domtakis for his comment on a previous story and bringing our attention to this one-off track from the movies soundtrack.

With effective lyrics by David Lynch himself, and music by Angelo Badalamenti,  we appreciate the cool and eerie tone of such a short piece. Like all of Lynch’s work, this really packs a punch! Devilishly effective, and all together quite creepy, we love this!

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Commercial Break: Beware! Children at Play (1989)

Just when we thought we have seen it all, we were stunned to witness some scenes from this slasher film of the late 80s.  With a plot insane enough to make the most disturbed squeamish, and scenes that are beyond ridiculous, we have to instil, we do not condone this type of child bloodshed!  But as bloggers of the antiquated and bizarre, we wanted to share this film with our readers before it slipped through the cracks of mainstream movies.

As children keep going missing, a writer and a cop begin an investigation to uncover what is happening around them! As one lead leads to the next, they discover the children are being brainwashed into zombified cannibal killers by a deranged teenager.

We are putting this one down in the shock-books.  Not only visually is this disturbing to watch the parents turn on their own missing children, but we cannot imagine what the set felt like while filming Beware: Children at Play.

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