Now that Hulu has launched its Netflix-like subscription service in Japan, Twin Peaks is available for instant streaming to millions of fans from the heyday, as well as a whole new audience. Will the hype start all over again? Watch and see...
The powers that be have superbly decided to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the theater debut of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me with a follow-up event to the Twin Peaks 20th anniversary art exhibition held in Los Angeles earlier this year. Again with the support of director David Lynch, a new collection of FWWM-inspired art work as well as brand new, official Twin Peaks merchandise will be presented and available for sale at some point next year.
I bring you greetings from the fertile, treeless tundra of Iceland! Dale Cooper would love the fact that my hostel in downtown Reykjavik is offering free ear plugs, should someone burst out in an Icelandic drinking song in the middle of the night.
Netflix has been streaming Twin Peaks to its U.S. customers for a few months now, but the company today announced that the show will be available on Instant Watch in Canada beginning in September, and in 43 countries across Mexico, South America and the Caribbean later this year.
Benedict Fancy and his team are on a roll making a feature-length documentary about the filming of David Lynch's 1986 surreal film noir, Blue Velvet. But they need some financial support (for rental equipment, catering and travel costs) in order to complete this wonderful project. If you love this film as much as I do, you shouldn't think twice and just sponsor it!
Mark Frost has just announced an upcoming, new edition of The Secret Diary Of Laura Palmer as "discovered" by David Lynch's daughter, Jennifer Lynch. It will be released in the Fall of 2011, and include a new forword by Mark and David.
What a week! On Monday I shook hands with David Lynch (more about that later) and today, which marks the 20th anniversary of the airing of the Twin Peaks finale, Mark Frost started following @thatsourwaldo on Twitter.
The second Twin Peaks podcast is available. In 55 minutes, Matt, Mel, Brad and Caitlin cover the Benjamin Horne's foot fetish, James Hurley's intelligence and the squirrely peasant man at the end of the bed post in the 2nd episode of Twin Peaks, Traces To Nowhere.