Rare behind the scenes photos of David Lynch directing a deleted scene from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and Ray Wise hopping onto James's motorcycle.
Taking a brief break from the Twin Peaks t-shirts, I've made three Blue Velvet inspired typography designs.
David Lynch impersonator, Chris Dotson, collaborated with John Brennan and Nathan Jordan on this Crazy Clown Time parody song, full of references to Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet and David Lynch's own famous statements.
Here's how Blue Velvet's Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) would've sounded on helium, as originally intended by David Lynch.
Included within this bundle are The Mill Deal, Josie and Jonathan and The Mill Fire, which is one of the rare action-oriented tracks of the series that actually resembles some of the more typical television music of the period.
Twin Peaks fans typically lock themselves up during the cold winter days for an annual Twin Peaks marathon. But alas, the local donut shop doesn't do home deliveries so we will have to get out of the house at some point. In that case, there's no better way to protect our hands from sub-zero temperatures...
Twin Peaks Archive is exclusively selling a limited edition of high-quality prints of four rare behind-the-scenes of Twin Peaks photos by James Marshall, who played Laura Palmer's secret biker lover, James Hurley.
Here's another deleted scene from the Blue Velvet Blu-ray, that shows us the well-mannered Jeffrey offering Sandy a kiss goodnight. But the best part of the excluded scene is when Jeffrey enters his home to find a note with a PS from his eccentric Aunt Barbara.
The Pink Room's last show of 2011 will revisit its best Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, and other David Lynch-inspired burlesque performances.
Did you know Jeffrey Beaumont had a girlfriend in college called Louise? It’s one of the many interesting facts we learn from the “lost footage” on Blue Velvet’s Blu-ray edition. In this scene, brought to you by NBC, the young couple says goodbye just before Jeffrey has to hop on a plane home and visit...
It’s been a while since the last Twin Peaks Archive release, but davidlynch.com returns today with a 9-track bundle of one of the best known Twin Peaks instrumentals. FRESHLY SQUEEZED BUNDLE In as so much as ‘Freshly Squeezed’ is an all-too-familiar composition from the Twin Peaks discography, hearing all of its variations can open a...
Piper Laurie, the now 79-year-old Hollywood actress who played the sulky Catherine Martell in Twin Peaks, just published her autobiography titled Learning To Live Out Loud: A Memoir. In the book, she elaborates on the big secret that David Lynch asked her to keep... even from family and friends.
Black Lodge Burlesque is a David Lynch-inspired show on November 11th, 2011 at the historic Star Theater downtown Portland, Oregon.
Dom Pérignon, the French champagne brand produced by Moët et Chandon, is about to launch a David Lynch-directed campaign in December of this year. In anticipation of the new campaign, Nowness.com has behind-the-scenes footage of David Lynch at work, as observed by Gavin Elder.
Here's David Lynch's Crazy Clown Time, including the iTunes exclusive bonus track Sparkle Lounge Blues, for your 24/7 streaming pleasure.
Continuing the Bluevember theme here on Welcome to Twin Peaks, here are 21 preview and bonus videos taken from the Blue Velvet Blu-ray. Enjoy!
Remember the collection of Twin Peaks maps from a while ago? The one designed by Robert Farkas has been selected by Threadless as a winner in their Your Favorite City t-shirt design challenge!
A month ago, we were given a sneak peek at the Blue Velvet deleted scenes through a series of intriguing screen captures. At this time, a day before the official U.S. release of the Blue Velvet Blu-ray, Slashfilm shared an entire deleted scene with us... and quite a notorious one at that!