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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Blu-ray

Criterion

1992/ 1:85 / 135 Min. / Street Date October 17, 2017

Starring Sheryl Lee, David Lynch, Ray Wise, Kyle MacLachlan

Cinematography by Ron Garcia

Written by David Lynch, Robert Engels

Music by Angelo Badalamenti

Edited by Mary Sweeney

Produced by Mark Frost, Tim Harbert, David Lynch

Directed by David Lynch

Making its debut in April of 1990, Twin Peaks arrived on ABC’s doorstep as a kind of Trojan horse, infiltrating the network disguised as a weekly melodrama while hiding its arthouse inclinations behind a Peyton Place exterior. A supernatural soap opera governed by doppelgängers, time travelers and the transmigration of souls, director David Lynch’s effort was a short-lived sensation but has since enjoyed its own reincarnations in a feature film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, and the Showtime series, Twin Peaks: The Return.

The Return reunited the familiar characters created by Lynch and Mark Frost
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Doc NYC Runs November 9-16; Features Over 250 Films Including New Films From Errol Morris, Joe Berlinger, More

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It’s that time of the year again. Every fall, New York City becomes the focal point for any and every fan of non-fiction cinema, as one of the year’s most prestigious documentary festivals is finally, again, set to take the city by storm. Doc NYC is now in its eighth edition, and this is one of their best, and largest, lineups to date.

Broken down into over 15 different sections and sidebars, Doc NYC 2017 features everything from short films to films looking at art, design, music and social activism, just to name a few. There are sections like Metropolis, a competition sidebar featuring films set in and about New York City, as well as the Short List, a section of the best documentaries curated from the year so far. It’s a dense, broadly reaching festival with films from across the globe and that defy definition.

Besides films from
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Kyle MacLachlan chats returning to ‘Twin Peaks’: ‘It was both thrilling and exciting, and also a little overwhelming’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

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Kyle MacLachlan chats returning to ‘Twin Peaks’: ‘It was both thrilling and exciting, and also a little overwhelming’ [Exclusive Video Interview]
“It was both thrilling and exciting, and also a little overwhelming,” admits Kyle MacLachlan as we chat via webcam (watch the exclusive video above) about returning to “Twin Peaks.” The actor reunited this year with creators David Lynch and Mark Frost to reprise the role of Dale Cooper, an FBI agent sent to a small town to investigate the murder of […]
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Does Mark Frost’s new book explain that Twin Peaks ending?

Vulture have got their hands on Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost’s new book, and it appears to shed some light on the suburban scream that bellowed from deep within former corpse Laura Palmer.

What actually happened will always remain beautifully ambiguous, but the general consensus appears to be that Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) crossed into another dimension to intercept Laura Palmer before she got to her boxcar destination and plastic wrapped shoreline fate.

The book in question is Twin Peaks: The Finale Dossier, which is written in the form of classified FBI files, one of which picks up after the events of The Return’s finale, in which we find Chrysta Bell’s Agent Tammy Preston going through old editions of The Twin Peaks post in order to file her report.

The passage which has everyone’s interest piqued is the following:-

You know what else I discovered,
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‘Twin Peaks’: Say ‘Hello-o-o’ to Your Dream Halloween Costume at Online and L.A. Pop Up Shops

‘Twin Peaks’: Say ‘Hello-o-o’ to Your Dream Halloween Costume at Online and L.A. Pop Up Shops
It’s a lucky day for “Twin Peaks” fans who have yet to claim a Halloween costume. The “Twin Peaks”-themed Double R Diner Pop Up Shop on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, presented by Showtime, is being extended through October 29, where folks can score authentic cosplay costumes, merchandise, and more themed goodies from the cult television classic.

Additionally, anyone who isn’t able to visit the Double R Diner Pop Up can purchase costumes and accessories on the shop’s official website, so there’s no need to be bummed if you’re not in the SoCal area. The website features images of the designs up for sale, which includes items like Dougie’s lime green coat, Diane Evans’ cheetah print jacket, and Candie’s pink dress.

The costumes are rightfully authentic, so their prices are authentically high. All collectibles are available at a first come, first serve basis,
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‘Twin Peaks’: Say ‘Hello-o-o’ to Your Dream Halloween Costume at Online and L.A. Pop Up Shops

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‘Twin Peaks’: Say ‘Hello-o-o’ to Your Dream Halloween Costume at Online and L.A. Pop Up Shops
It’s a lucky day for “Twin Peaks” fans who have yet to claim a Halloween costume. The “Twin Peaks”-themed Double R Diner Pop Up Shop on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles, presented by Showtime, is being extended through October 29, where folks can score authentic cosplay costumes, merchandise, and more themed goodies from the cult television classic.

Additionally, anyone who isn’t able to visit the Double R Diner Pop Up can purchase costumes and accessories on the shop’s official website, so there’s no need to be bummed if you’re not in the SoCal area. The website features images of the designs up for sale, which includes items like Dougie’s lime green coat, Diane Evans’ cheetah print jacket, and Candie’s pink dress.

The costumes are rightfully authentic, so their prices are authentically high. All collectibles are available at a first come, first serve basis,
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Twin Peaks’ Season 4: Mark Frost Is Considering Making New Episodes, Showtime ‘Musing as Well’ — Exclusive

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Twin Peaks’ Season 4: Mark Frost Is Considering Making New Episodes, Showtime ‘Musing as Well’ — Exclusive
David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” co-creator Mark Frost said today that he hasn’t decided yet if the show will come back for a fourth season, but it is something that is being considered.

“I haven’t decided yet,” said Frost in an interview with IndieWire. “I think it’s still an open question and it’s one that we’re looking at and one that I think Showtime is musing as well.”

Read More:Tim Roth Got More Screentime in ‘Twin Peaks’ by Texting David Lynch Nonstop

Back in September, Lynch said that he hadn’t ruled out a fourth season. He told a crowd at the Belgrade Culture Centre in Serbia, where his photos were being exhibited, that it was too early to say anything and teased that a new season may entirely depend on how long it takes to develop.

Frost and Lynch’s close working relationship and friendship dates back 30 years,
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‘All I See Is You’ Review: Blake Lively Shines In a Silly But Surprisingly Good Erotic Melodrama

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‘All I See Is You’ Review: Blake Lively Shines In a Silly But Surprisingly Good Erotic Melodrama
Why do James (Jason Clarke) and his visually impaired wife Gina (Blake Lively) live in Bangkok? It’s a question that hangs over “All I See Is You,” begging to be asked. We know that James does insurance work somewhere in the Thai capital, but the way he brings it up in conversation makes it sound like an alibi. Usually film characters take jobs in far-flung destinations towards the end of the story, not before it starts. In truth the answer couldn’t be more obvious; it’s there the whole time, right in front of our faces, visible to everyone but Gina. Or maybe she sees it too, and — like us — simply doesn’t want to accept the fact that her doting husband moved her to a foreign city because of her debilitating blindness, and not in spite of it.

It can be nice to feel needed, but there
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‘Twin Peaks’ Set Footage: Watch David Lynch Direct Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern

‘Twin Peaks’ Set Footage: Watch David Lynch Direct Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern
Nearly two months later, fans are still hungry for answers about the mind-boggling finale of “Twin Peaks: The Return.” David Lynch’s cryptic finale expanded the mythology of the franchise at such a breakneck speed that it was only natural to have a baffling first reaction to it. “The Return” is gearing up for its Blu-ray and DVD release in December, and Entertainment Weekly reports that included in the release will be 80 minutes of exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and six hours of special features.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’ Ending Explained: How to Make Sense of David Lynch’s Baffling Finale

Some of the features include the show’s entire Comic-Con panel from earlier this year and a three-part featurette titled “Phenomenon,” in which cast and crew members reflect on the show’s iconic legacy.

But nothing sounds more intriguing than “Impressions: A Journey Behind the Scenes of Twin Peaks,” a
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‘Twin Peaks’ Set Footage: Watch David Lynch Direct Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern

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‘Twin Peaks’ Set Footage: Watch David Lynch Direct Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern
Nearly two months later, fans are still hungry for answers about the mind-boggling finale of “Twin Peaks: The Return.” David Lynch’s cryptic finale expanded the mythology of the franchise at such a breakneck speed that it was only natural to have a baffling first reaction to it. “The Return” is gearing up for its Blu-ray and DVD release in December, and Entertainment Weekly reports that included in the release will be 80 minutes of exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and six hours of special features.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’ Ending Explained: How to Make Sense of David Lynch’s Baffling Finale

Some of the features include the show’s entire Comic-Con panel from earlier this year and a three-part featurette titled “Phenomenon,” in which cast and crew members reflect on the show’s iconic legacy.

But nothing sounds more intriguing than “Impressions: A Journey Behind the Scenes of Twin Peaks,” a
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Syfy’s Horror Anthology Hit ‘Channel Zero’ Reveals Its Bloody Next Title — Watch

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Syfy’s Horror Anthology Hit ‘Channel Zero’ Reveals Its Bloody Next Title — Watch
As Syfy wraps up its latest installment of its horror anthology hit “Channel Zero” with tonight’s finale of “Channel Zero: No-End House,” the creative and gruesome series is already looking forward to its next installment. In preparation for a third season, “Channel Zero” has now unveiled its newest series title, and one that promises to be about as bloody as it gets.

The latest installment will be titled “Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block,” a snappy (and scary) moniker that has already gotten a decidedly bloody treatment, thanks to a brand new teaser video, which you can see below. The third season of the series will roll out in early 2018. Creator Nick Antosca is set to return as executive producer, show runner, and writer, alongside executive producer Max Landis, and director Arkasha Stevenson.

Read More:The 20 Best Horror TV Shows of the Last 20 Years

Per an official release from Syfy,
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Corey Feldman Announces New Project to Expose Hollywood Pedophiles: ‘We Can Root Out the Evil’

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Corey Feldman Announces New Project to Expose Hollywood Pedophiles: ‘We Can Root Out the Evil’
Corey Feldman has announced the launch of Truth, a new campaign set to expose Hollywood pedophilia. The actor launched an Indiegogo campaign to help fund a planned documentary that will put a spotlight on the mostly silent issue. Feldman has listed a $10 million goal for the project.

“What I am proposing is a plan that can literally change the entertainment system as we know it,” Feldman said in a video posted to his social media pages. “I believe that I can also bring down, potentially, a pedophile ring that I have been aware of since I was a child. Right off the bat, I can name six names, one of them who is still very powerful today. And a story that links all the way up to a studio. It connects pedophilia to one of the major studios.”

Read More:Corey Feldman Talks Hollywood Pedophilia, Corey Haim, and Difficulty of
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The 20 Best Horror TV Shows of the Last 20 Years

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The 20 Best Horror TV Shows of the Last 20 Years
Fear can pop up anywhere, anytime, for any reason. Maybe you’re terrified of clowns or spiders or light switches. Maybe those triggers, if dwelled on just long enough, can cause a bead of sweat to roll down your brow or a jolt of panic to shoot through your veins. Everyone has that one thing (or a dozen) that gets under their skin.

The best horror shows don’t just recognize and emphasize these fears; they create new ones. They draw out those things that make an audience uncomfortable. They hone in on weaknesses, push them to the forefront of your mind, and contort them to nightmarish new levels.

Suddenly, you’re not thinking about your weird, childhood aversion to the switch that makes the lights go out; you’re worried about getting sucked into the Upside Down by a demogorgan or a serial killer wrapping you up in a
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The 20 Best Horror TV Shows of the Last 20 Years

  • Indiewire
The 20 Best Horror TV Shows of the Last 20 Years
Fear can pop up anywhere, anytime, for any reason. Maybe you’re terrified of clowns or spiders or light switches. Maybe those triggers, if dwelled on just long enough, can cause a bead of sweat to roll down your brow or a jolt of panic to shoot through your veins. Everyone has that one thing (or a dozen) that gets under their skin.

The best horror shows don’t just recognize and emphasize these fears; they create new ones. They draw out those things that make an audience uncomfortable. They hone in on weaknesses, push them to the forefront of your mind, and contort them to nightmarish new levels.

Suddenly, you’re not thinking about your weird, childhood aversion to the switch that makes the lights go out; you’re worried about getting sucked into the Upside Down by a demogorgan or a serial killer wrapping you up in a
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Doc NYC 2017: Early bird highlights by Anne-Katrin Titze

Jr's Faces Places (Visages villages) co-director Agnès Varda at her Blum & Poe exhibition Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Last year's Doc NYC Short List programme had the five Documentary Feature Oscar nominees - Ava DuVernay's 13th; Roger Ross Williams's Life, Animated; Raoul Peck's I Am Not Your Negro; Gianfranco Rosi's Fire At Sea (Fuocoammare), and the 89th Academy Award winner, Oj: Made In America, directed by Ezra Edelman.

Brett Morgen's Jane Goodall documentary Jane with a score by Philip Glass; Ceyda Torun's KEDi, and Agnès Varda and Jr's Cannes Film Festival Golden Eye Award winner Faces Places (culminating in a visit to Jean-Luc Godard's front door) from the Doc NYC Short List selections and Blue Velvet Revisited (featuring David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern, Jack Nance), directed by Peter Braatz (who was second unit on...
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Lara Flynn Boyle Discusses Her History Experiencing Sexual Misconduct in Rare Public Appearance: 'It Happens All the Time'

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Lara Flynn Boyle Discusses Her History Experiencing Sexual Misconduct in Rare Public Appearance: 'It Happens All the Time'
Twin Peaks actress Lara Flynn Boyle made a rare public appearance last Sunday at the La County Walk to Defeat Als where she discussed the sexual misconduct she’s had to deal with in her career.

Asked whether she had ever been mistreated in her career, Boyle told The Hollywood Reporter, “Oh, all the time! All the time! It happens all the time.”

“I looked at it on two levels: Do I want to flip burgers, or do I want to put up with someone not being appropriate with me? I chose the other side,” the 47-year-old actress continued.

Describing
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‘Blue Velvet’ Makeup Supervisor Explains the Origins of David Lynch’s Iconic Severed Ear

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‘Blue Velvet’ Makeup Supervisor Explains the Origins of David Lynch’s Iconic Severed Ear
Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) returns to his hometown of Lumberton, North Carolina after his father suffers a stroke. While cutting through a vacant lot during a walk home from the hospital, he discovers a severed left ear in the grass. And so begins the mystery of David Lynch’s “Blue Velvet.”

Jeff Goodwin was the makeup supervisor on the 1986 neo-noir masterpiece, and he looks back on the creation of that iconic ear in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly. “Blue Velvet” sent Beaumont into an underworld populated by a seductive lounge singer and a sadomasochistic pimp, but his troubles all started with that bloody, detached ear.

“David and I approached it like a character in the film,” Goodwin tells Entertainment Weekly. “We actually called it Mr. Ear.”

Read More:David Lynch Finally Shares His Thoughts on the ‘Twin Peaks’ Finale, Confirms Season 4 is Possible

Before joining forces with Lynch, Goodwin
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David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption Unites ‘Peaks’ Cultists in Meditation Talk and Musical Mayhem

David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption Unites ‘Peaks’ Cultists in Meditation Talk and Musical Mayhem
“It’s a world out there that is horribly stressed,” said Bob Roth, the well-known transcendental meditation (Tm) teacher, providing some remarks at a two-day festival designed to raise money for David Lynch’s Tm-promoting charitable foundation. And then, as part of their effort to bring tranquility to the world, they showed “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me,” verifiably the most stressful movie ever made.

This was not your grandfather’s Tm festival. Lynch’s second annual Festival of Disruption, held over two days at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, drew some in solidarity with the higher-consciousness cause, others were there just for the musical acts — which also included Bon Iver, TV on the Radio, Sharon Von Etten, and Laura Marling — and more had traveled from around the globe just to get their “Twin Peaks” fandom on with Lynch, who was greeted at least as warmly as a Buddha in a Sunday afternoon Q&A.

Other
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The Hidden

The Hidden

Blu-ray

Warner Archive Collection

1987 / Color /1.78:1 / Street Date October 4, 2017

Starring Kyle MacLachlan and Michael Nouri

Cinematography by Jacques Haitkin

Written by Jim Kouf

Produced by Stephen Diener, Dennis Harris, Jeffrey Klein

Directed by Jack Sholder

After a demanding evening spent bumping and grinding at The Harem Room, a weary young dancer packs up her gear and exits the club to a chorus of catcalls. She responds by whipping out a state-of-the-art shotgun and laying waste to not only to the would-be lotharios but a good section of Hollywood Boulevard. Is this the continuing story of Abel Ferrara’s Ms. 45? No, it’s Jack Sholder’s The Hidden, one of the wittiest B movies of the eighties.

That stripper’s gun-happy rampage is just the latest in a series of increasingly bizarre crimes catapulting the baffled police into a futile game of whack-a-mole; as soon as the cops eliminate one gunman,
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October 3rd Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Cult Of Chucky, 976-evil, The Hidden (1987), Jackals

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Happy October, gang! With the Halloween season now officially underway, we have an incredible day of horror and sci-fi home entertainment releases to enjoy. Arrow Video has put together three stunning special edition sets for Children of the Corn, Don’t Torture A Duckling, and The Suspicious Death of A Minor, but we also have several other modern cult titles debuting as well, including Popcorn, 976-evil, and The Hidden.

For all you Charles Lee Ray enthusiasts out there, Cult of Chucky and the Chucky: Complete 7-Movie Collection both come home on Tuesday, and Scream Factory is also releasing the recent indie horror thriller Jackals on Blu-ray.

Other notable home entertainment titles bowing on October 3rd include American Horror Story: Roanoke, A Ghost Story, Haunters: The Art of the Scare, Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut, iZombie: The Complete Third Season, and Vampyr: Special Edition.
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