Twenty-one years ago, on June 10th 1991, the fascinating Twin Peaks series finale aired on ABC and left a lot of fans frustrated. To this day, people are still hoping to find out what happened to Annie Blackburn, Dale Cooper, and probably every other character in town.
Special Agent Dale Cooper vanished more than 20 years ago and to this day his fate remains unknown. But according to Brooklyn-based artist Michelle Levy, he has recently been making appearances.
The Twin Peaks Podcast talks to co-creator Mark Frost and there are definitely a few revelations in the twenty-minute interview.
One of television's most disturbing murder scenes has been redone in The Sims 3 and guess what, it's still horrifying as hell.
As a tribute to one of his favorite directors, Richard Vezina from Montreal created a marvelous, 20-minute montage of David Lynch's films. There are four movements in the tribute video, based on songs by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch, with Julee Cruise on vocals.
For those who haven't heard it yet, here's the Twin Peaks version of the "12 Days of Christmas" classic recorded by some of the cast members for the L.A.-based modern rock radio station, KROQ-FM.
A YouTube user and Twin Peaks fan called tattooedgirl001 undeniably seems to know her way around The Sims! Using the cameraman mode of the 3D life-simulation game by Maxis, she recreated the final scenes from the television show as well as the movie.
The Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me soundtrack is brilliant, but it obviously doesn't include every piece of music used in the movie. Fortunately, today's davidlynch.com release includes 10 previously unreleased audio tracks from the movie.
Charles Pieper and David Koenig took footage (and if you listen carefully, the baritone tune) from Twin Peaks and edited it into the Parks And Recreation intro.
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.
Who's a better personification of the ubiquitous Keep Calm and Carry On motto than the master of Zen: Special Agent Dale Cooper? It needs a small adjustment though...
Sure, they skipped last week but davidlynch.com made up for that with a double release: the Dance of the Dream Man bundle & Just You (Instrumental). And an explanation for the high-pitched vocals on Just You.
Chris Doherty debuted the #drawcoop hashtag on Thursday, August 25th, when he tweeted his own pencil drawing of Coop. And it has been raining wonderful Special Agent Dale Cooper drawings on Twitter ever since.
In a town like Twin Peaks, it's not hard to get lost. Here are all the Twin Peaks maps I've collected so far, but please let me know in the comments if you come across any other ones!
A big thanks to Alison Doyle for pointing me to a bunch of videos she made of the Q&A with the Twin Peaks actors at the Twin Peaks Fest 2011.
Two very rare photographic proof sheets documenting the last days of filming Twin Peaks are up for auction on eBay. Proof sheets C and E come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Richard Beymer in 2000, so you can be sure this is the real thing and no fake.
This second batch of Richard Beymer's black & white behind-the-scenes photos took a while to touch up because the negatives were in terrible state, but don't they look gorgeous now?
Happy birthday, Jimmy Scott! As a tribute to Sycamore Trees, I've made a compilation of cover versions and remixes.