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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

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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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October 17th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Rawhead Rex, Wes Craven’s Summer Of Fear, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Criterion Collection

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With Halloween only two weeks away now, that means we have another killer batch of home entertainment releases arriving this Tuesday, primed to get everyone in the mood for the macabre. Cult film lovers should get those wallets ready, as Kino Lorber is keeping busy with The Terror Within II, Revenge of the Dead, and a 4K special edition of RawHead Rex, too.

For those who still venture out into the real world to make their media purchases, Target has the exclusive on season one of Stranger Things that comes in nifty retro packaging, and Criterion has put together a stellar Blu for Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.

Other notable releases for October 17th include American Gods: Season One, Wes Craven’s Summer of Fear, Red Christmas, Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Honor Farm, and Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection.

American Gods: Season One (Lionsgate, Blu-ray & DVD)

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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 Ultimate David Lynch Art Exhibition Opens in November, Featuring 400 Original Works

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The Ultimate David Lynch Art Exhibition Opens in November, Featuring 400 Original Works
The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, also known as Camerimage, is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Poland this November. The event is one of the most well respected festivals for cinematographers, but this year it will be essential for David Lynch fans all over the world. Camerimage has announced it will debut the largest exhibition of David Lynch’s work at this year’s festival, where the director will be the honorary guest.

Read More:David Lynch Explains David Bowie’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks,’ Wishes He Could Work With Him Again

The art exhibition is called “Silence and Dynamism” and opens November 12 in the Centre of Contemporary Art “Znaki Czasu” in Toruń. The exhibit will stay open until February 18, 2018 and act as a retrospective of Lynch’s artistic creations, including pieces from both the artist’s personal collection and American, French and German art galleries. Over
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David Lynch Explains David Bowie’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks,’ Wishes He Could Work With Him Again

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David Lynch Explains David Bowie’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks,’ Wishes He Could Work With Him Again
Twin Peaks: The Return” may be over, but David Lynch isn’t done talking to the press just yet. In a new interview with Pitchfork, the filmmaker gets more candid than usual while talking about his process, and he gets downright sentimental while remembering David Bowie and what it took to bring him back as Phillip Jeffries in the new batch of episodes. “Twin Peaks” executive producer Sabrina Sutherland revealed on Reddit earlier this month that Bowie gave Lynch his approval, but now the director is explaining Bowie’s appearance in his own words.

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

“I never even talked to him, but I talked to his lawyer, and they weren’t telling me why he said he couldn’t do it. But then, of course, later on we knew,” Lynch said. “We got permission to use the old footage,
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'Twin Peaks': David Lynch Offers a Timeline for a Potential Sequel

Will it happen again, again?

That's the No. 1 question on the minds of Twin Peaks viewers following the end of the recent Showtime revival — or, at least, a top five question. (Frankly, there are so many loose ends, it's hard to prioritize them.) At the very least, the way in which David Lynch and Mark Frost closed out their run on Twin Peaks: The Return has left onlookers wondering if there are plans for further stories centered on Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) and Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), or Richard and Carrie, as it...
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Attention, ‘Twin Peaks’ Fans: Here’s Your Chance to Eat Cherry Pie With David Lynch and Sheryl Lee

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Attention, ‘Twin Peaks’ Fans: Here’s Your Chance to Eat Cherry Pie With David Lynch and Sheryl Lee
The “Twin Peaks” finale probably left you with more than a handful of questions for David Lynch, and now you have the chance to pick his brain in person. Lynch has launched a fundraising campaign tied to his Festival of Disruption in which one fan will win an ultimate VIP treatment that ends with having some cherry pie and donuts with the director and “Twin Peaks” icon Sheryl Lee. That’s right: You, Gordon Cole, Laura Palmer, and damn good pie could all be in the same room.

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

Lynch launched the campaign on Omaze and the winner will be determined based on the donation given. All proceeds will go to the David Lynch Foundation. The winner and one guest will be invited to Los Angeles and receive the following perks:

VIP tickets to
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Twin Peaks: Season Four? David Lynch Is Open to It But...

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Now that the Twin Peaks revival is over, is there any chance of more? Recently, creator David Lynch addressed the future of the Showtime series, The Wrap reports.The 18-part revival saw the return of Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper alongside fellow original cast members Sherilyn Fenn, Sheryl Lee, Miguel Ferrer, Kimmy Robertson, Harry Goaz, Dana Ashbrook, and James Marshall. New cast members include Laura Dern, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Amanda Seyfried.Read More…
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'Twin Peaks': Should David Lynch's Series 'Return' for Season 4?

[Warning: This story contains spoilers through the finale of Twin Peaks: The Return.]

It happened again — but will it happen again, again?

That's the question Twin Peaks fans are facing now in the aftermath of the final two episodes of The Return, the 18-part Showtime revival from co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost. The series ended on an impossibly brutal note, with main characters Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) and Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), or at least versions of these characters, locked in an alternate version of Twin Peaks that has no apparent memory of...
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Twin Peaks: Season Three Ratings

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During its first season in 1990, Twin Peaks performed quite well for ABC. In season two, the series endured multiple timeslot changes and resolved the foundational mystery of who killed Laura Palmer partway through. Unsurprisingly, its ratings fell off and the network cancelled the mystery horror drama, which went on to spawn a feature film prequel, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. Now that Showtime has revived the soapy supernatural series, how will it fare? Will Twin Peaks be cancelled or renewed for a fourth season? Stay tuned. The Twin Peaks TV series revival kicks off 25 years after the murder of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) shocked the seemingly tranquil town of Twin Peaks, Washington. It centers on the return of idiosyncratic FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan). The large Showtime cast also includes: Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook, Everett McGill, Kimmy Robertson, Russ Tamblyn, Ray Wise, Grace Zabriskie,
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Twin Peaks: Kyle MacLachlan Talks About the Finale; Will There Be More?

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Showtime's Twin Peaks revival just aired its finale, but will there be more? Recently, star Kyle MacLachlan spoke with Deadline about the polarizing finale and the possibility of another season for the David Lynch drama.The 18-part event series saw the return of Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper alongside fellow original cast members Sherilyn Fenn, Sheryl Lee, Miguel Ferrer, Kimmy Robertson, Harry Goaz, Dana Ashbrook, and James Marshall. New cast members include Laura Dern, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Amanda Seyfried.Read More…
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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Made Women Far More Than Just Victims, but Soldiers in the Bigger Battle

‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Made Women Far More Than Just Victims, but Soldiers in the Bigger Battle
The beauty of how David Lynch and Mark Frost ended “Twin Peaks” is that so many clues have been left open to interpretation. IndieWire wrote about one theory, in which Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) has been positioned as the savior, a white knight for good who will attempt to save Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) over and over again against the forces of evil.

But while “The Return” traced Cooper’s slow awakening from his Dougie stupor to the familiar coffee-loving FBI agent, the season also marked a gradual transition from the depiction of women as victims of violence to figures who have actively been locked in the fight all along. It turns out that this has been a battle with female forces on both sides, ranging from the deep evil known as Judy and the frightening Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie) to Laura as “The One” and even Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn
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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Made Women Far More Than Just Victims, but Soldiers in the Bigger Battle

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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Made Women Far More Than Just Victims, but Soldiers in the Bigger Battle
The beauty of how David Lynch and Mark Frost ended “Twin Peaks” is that so many clues have been left open to interpretation. IndieWire wrote about one theory, in which Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) has been positioned as the savior, a white knight for good who will attempt to save Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) over and over again against the forces of evil.

But while “The Return” traced Cooper’s slow awakening from his Dougie stupor to the familiar coffee-loving FBI agent, the season also marked a gradual transition from the depiction of women as victims of violence to figures who have actively been locked in the fight all along. It turns out that this has been a battle with female forces on both sides, ranging from the deep evil known as Judy and the frightening Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie) to Laura as “The One” and even Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn
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‘Twin Peaks 3×17 & 3×18′ Review

What do you expect from David Lynch? That is something that you should ask before you watch the end of Twin Peaks. Many wanted some form of closure, to understand what Twin Peaks was trying to tell us, and of course to witness something special. What we were given was a fitting end to the show, but one that was designed to annoy even the biggest fan.

With both Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) and his doppelganger making their way to Twin Peaks, the scene is set for the big confrontation. With everything coming together at just the right time, will Freddie (Jake Wardle) finally find a use for his green hand? Will Audrey (Sherilyn Fenn) make an appearance? Will the Blue Rose case finally come to an end?

If episode 17 and 18 are the final two episodes of Twin Peaks ever, it is fair to say that episode 17 is the one
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Twin Peaks

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Networks: ABC; Showtime. Episodes: 48 (hour) + 1 movie. Seasons: Three. TV show dates: April 8, 1990 - June 10, 1991. May 21, 2017 — September 3, 2017. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook, Sheryl Lee, Kyle MacLachlan, Everett McGill, Kimmy Robertson, Russ Tamblyn, Ray Wise, Grace Zabriskie, Amy Shiels, Robert Forster, Phoebe Augustine, Chrysta Bell, Richard Beymer, Catherine E. Coulson, Jan D'Arcy, Laura Dern, David Duchovny, Sherilyn Fenn, Miguel Ferrer, Warren Frost, Ashley Judd, David Patrick Kelly, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Peggy Lipton, James Marshall, Owain Rhys Davies, Wendy Robie, Charlotte Stewart, Harry Dean Stanton, Al Strobel, Carel Struycken, Eddie Vedder, Naomi Watts, and Alicia Witt. TV show description:A surrealist murder mystery
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Twin Peaks season 3 episodes 17 & 18 finale review

Joe Matar Sep 5, 2017

As gripping as it is disappointing, Twin Peaks: The Return once again ends with more questions than answers. Spoilers ahead...

This review contains spoilers.

See related Here's your first look at Murder On The Orient Express Part 17 “The past dictates the future.”

With the season finale distinctly divided into two separate episodes, Part 17 of Twin Peaks: The Return is unquestionably the more climactic of the two. Considering the unhurried pace at which David Lynch and Mark Frost eased into Cooper’s return in Part 16 (and, well, the entire series), the pacing of this episode is practically breakneck.

Beginning with a joke about how Gordon Cole’s penis is still functional (yeesh), we then get a big chunk of exposition about the infamous Judy, who is an evil entity (so, I’ve narrowed that down to either Bob or that ghostly thing that came out of
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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale: That Last Scene Gave Us a Major Callback and Clue About the World

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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale: That Last Scene Gave Us a Major Callback and Clue About the World
(Spoilers ahead for the finale of Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” revival.) As “Twin Peaks: The Return” came to a close, we got some endings — and more questions — for a lot of the characters. However, in the final moments of Part 18, we were introduced to one more new character. In the final installment, Agent Cooper and Carrie Page (played by Sheryl Lee and apparently having no connection with Laura Palmer) drive to Twin Peaks, Washington, and to the old Palmer home. However, instead of Sarah Palmer answering the door, they encounter somebody named Alice Tremond — who says she bought...
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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Recap: The Story Ends — Forever? — With a Mystifying, Entrancing Finish

‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Recap: The Story Ends — Forever? — With a Mystifying, Entrancing Finish
“What the f—k just happened?” asks one cowboy to another, when an FBI agent named Dale Cooper — or is it Richard? — disarms them, deep-fries their guns, and then at gunpoint, courteously asks the waitress to write down an address. It’s a question that applies to most of the “Twin Peaks: The Return” finale, which ended with a sky-shattering, ground-shaking, still-haunting scream. Sheryl Lee, who plays Laura Palmer and the woman who in this episode identifies herself as Carrie Page, has the look of a Hitchcock blonde — and the sound of one, too. In a way it feels like all of “Twin Peaks,” from its 1990 premiere to its Sept. 3 finale, is a journey of getting inside the unhinged, female terror of that scream. David Lynch has taken us on a circuitous journey towards the bloodcurdling — which has taken us both to the corrupted soul of Americana and across astral dimensions.

The
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‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Review: David Lynch Steps Outside of the Dream for a Brilliant, Mindbending Final Journey

‘Twin Peaks’ Finale Review: David Lynch Steps Outside of the Dream for a Brilliant, Mindbending Final Journey
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return” Episode 17 and 18, “Part 17” and “Part 18.”]

“We live inside a dream. I hope I see all of you again. Everyone of you.” Agent Dale Cooper’s (Kyle MacLachlan) says these words in a moment of triumph during the penultimate episode of the season. But fans are probably echoing them after watching the finale in which David Lynch and Mark Frost’s surreal experiment in TV ended on yet another cliffhanger with no guarantee of traditional closure. It’s a brilliant and no doubt controversial ending for a show that had come back after 25 years to leave fans wanting yet again.

The two-part final journey began with promise: continuing the happy trajectory that had been set out by the past few episodes by confirming theories and providing satisfying cappers to arcs. Yes, Naido is Diane! Freddie’s green fist vanquishes Bob! Dougie 2.0 rejoins the Joneses! But even as all of this joy has been unfolding, knowing Lynch’s track record,
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