To mark the 30th anniversary of David Lynch's Dune, released December 14, 1984, here are 30 pieces of fan art inspired by the world created by Frank Herbert and imagined on the big screen by Frank Herbert.
Welcome to Twin Peaks asked its fan community to express their excitement for new, unseen Twin Peaks footage by snapping their fingers, and turned those Instagram and Vine videos into a crowd-sourced music video for Angelo Badalamenti's Dance of the Dream Man.
With this keepsake Great Northern Hotel keychain, hand-carved from the Packard Mill's leftover wood, you'll never forget your stay in one of the 102 rooms of Benjamin Horne's beautiful retreat with its breathtaking views of the Whitetail Falls.
It took the Internet 23 years and Bryan Menegus plenty of hours of work, but Twin Peaks fans worldwide can finally enjoy this, excuse me, damn good video montage of every mention of "pie" and "coffee" on the show.
In-depth video interview with filmmaker Jennifer Lynch, covering everything from her childhood to future projects, David Lynch's next movie and his aborted projects (Hansel And Gretel!), Twin Peaks and Laura Palmer's audio diary.
The Dreamlife of David L (original title: La vie rêvée de David L) is an upcoming feature film that dives into the imaginary student life of David Lynch at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Exactly 25 years ago today, on April 8th 1990, Twin Peaks made its groundbreaking TV debut.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the pilot, Welcome to Twin Peaks had planned some special surprises, but in the light of current events, who feels like celebrating?
On October 6th 2014, Showtime promised nine new episodes of Twin Peaks written by David Lynch and Mark Frost, all directed by David Lynch. Six months later, David Lynch announced he stepped back from the project because Showtime is not offering the means necessary to give fans the Twin Peaks continuation he envisioned.
If Twin Peaks returns, it should have David and Mark's signature and style all over. Four out of five fans want to see the original and unique vision of BOTH creators. Nothing else.
Every day, at least once a day, Welcome to Twin Peaks excitedly keeps the fire of Twin Peaks fandom burning. Today, on the 25th anniversary of the show, the red curtains are closed.