Featuring over two dozen original Twin Peaks characters and a plethora of props, this spectacular poster takes inspiration from a few memorable scenes, but mostly promotional images from the original series.
“Especially the first half of the film is a black comedy, a strange comedy. Like I've said before, it's got to be a certain kind of comedy in order to make the switch into a sort of fear.” (David Lynch on Eraserhead in 1979)
Proving once again he's as much a fan as the rest of us, Kyle MacLachlan repeated his first line from the series —which establishes the story's timeline and is thus the very reason for Twin Peaks Day— semi-live at 11:30 AM (PST) from a New York City cab.
From Trinity's mushroom cloud over the Evolution of the Arm to the parasitic frog moth, visual effects company BUF is responsible for plenty of eye candy in the third season of Twin Peaks. Check out this VFX reel demonstrating how they made David Lynch's ideas come to life.
Dolores O'Riordan would sing to Angelo Badalamenti over the phone as they sketched out rough versions of songs. Whenever the composer finished an instrumental track, he'd send it over for her to add the vocals she'd written.