Glad you are enjoying it! Yeah, Lynch usually has a plot (even "Eraserhead" has a loose plot), but this show does more of his long lingering slow burn shots, than the original really did. But alas, it is finally picking up on the original's final episode in which Cooper was possessed by Bob and trapped within the Black Lodge...so we've got some weird stuff to get through for sure. As a big Lynch fan, I am loving the show.
I subscribed to the Sky streaming service and can see the new "Twin Peaks" too, now: Watched episodes 3.01 and 3.02. Indeed pretty bizarre stuff! That "arm" tree is spooky. I'm relieved there seems to be some kind of story after all. It's great they got so many of the old actors to reprise their roles.
I'm back in the "Twin Peaks" mood now... good opportunity to rewatch more of the original show while waiting for new episodes (eps 3 and 4 probably will be online next week). So I also watched old episode 2.08.
Also watched today: "Battlestar Galactica" episode 4.12 with my wife.
And "The Fall" episode 2.01 (season 2 is available on Sky, too ... yay!)
"Mothra vs Godzilla" or whatever various title you may know it by (at any rate, it is the 1964 film in which these two beasts first met), is a highly entertaining Japanese Monster film, which moves at a brisk pace, doesn't skimp on the two monsters battling, and throws in lots of other weird stuff like these tiny girls that protect Mothra's egg. It is a weird movie, but most definitely a fun one, and still manages to work in a message about distrust and the perils of the nuclear age. Good stuff all around.