Twin Peaks: From Z To A Boxset

“Twin Peaks: From Z To A” Is The Mother Of All Twin Peaks Box Sets

From a new 4K transfer of the 1990 pilot to over 20 hours of new and existing special features, this 21-disc limited edition box set includes everything Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks: From Z To A, a deluxe 21-disc collection of everything Twin Peaks plus over 20 hours of special feature content will be available by the end of 2019!

This worldwide Blu-ray only release includes every ‘Episode’ and ‘Part’ of all three seasons of Twin Peaks, the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me feature film and its deleted scenes called The Missing Pieces. On top of over six hours of previously unreleased bonus content, it will also include the special features from Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery released in 2014 as well as Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series from 2017. The set is limited to 25,000 copies worldwide and will first hit U.S. and Canada on December 10, 2019. Other regions can expect the box set around January 20, 2020.

Twin Peaks: From Z To A box set

If you pre-order from Amazon today, you’ll pay the lowest price the box set will have between now and its release.

Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region A/1 Blu-ray) for $139.99 (Amazon)
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region A/1 Blu-ray) for CDN $153.99 (Amazon Canada)
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region 2 Blu-ray) for £120.00 (Amazon UK)
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region 2 Blu-ray) for €100,32 (Amazon France) *BEST DEAL*
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region 2 Blu-ray) for €106,99 (Bol.com Benelux)
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region 2 Blu-ray) for €118,90 (Amazon Italy)
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region 2 Blu-ray) for €159,99 (Amazon Germany)
Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Region A/1) for ¥38,409 (Amazon Japan)

Audio: Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0), Japanese (Dolby Digital 1.0), Italian (Dolby Digital 2.0), Italian (Dolby Digital 1.0), German (Dolby Digital 1.0), German (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 2.0), English (Dolby TrueHD 5.1), English (DTS-HD 7.1), Portuguese (Dolby Digital 1.0), French (Dolby Digital 1.0), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0), Spanish (Dolby Digital 1.0).

Subtitles: English, Norwegian, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Finnish, French, German, Swedish.

Twin Peaks From Z To A Box Set Packaging

The unique packaging of this collector’s item promises to be something really special. This is straight from the press release:

TWIN PEAKS: FROM Z TO A will be housed in packaging with an exterior adorned by a wraparound vista of haunting and majestic Douglas Fir trees. Once opened, a depiction of the infamous Red Room is revealed with its brown and crème chevron floor and brilliant red curtains. Sitting in front of the red curtain will be an exclusive die-cut acrylic figure of Laura Palmer kissing Special Agent Dale Cooper. This acrylic figure comes inside a plastic display holder held in place by magnets.

Fans will have the option of leaving the figure in place inside The Red Room environment or removing and displaying it elsewhere. The plastic holder can also serve as an easel to display individual images from The Red Room Gallery, a curated set of 5” x 5” printed cards depicting memorable moments in The Red Room. Each package will also contain an individually numbered collectible certificate.

Here’s a roundup of the new content you can expect on Twin Peaks: From Z to A:

  • Never-before-released behind-the-scenes footage shot by Jason S. and Charles de Lauzirika, of David Lynch shooting the 3rd season in approximately 20-30 minute pieces titled “Behind the Curtain,” edited and included for each of the 18 Parts. A large majority of this footage was not shown in the 10 films done by Jason S. included in the 10-part series from the 2017 home video release of A Limited Event Series, and is exclusive to this new collection.
  • A Talk with Kyle MacLachlan and Sheryl Lee, a newly-shot 90 minute interview of Kyle MacLachlan and Sheryl Lee who sit with David Lynch biographer, Kristine McKenna, to look back at their body of work on Twin Peaks.
  • Get “On the Couch with Kimmy and Harry” as Harry Goaz and Kimmy Robertson share fond Twin Peaks memories in a newly-produced featurette.
  • Full-length, unedited versions of all 16 performances at The Roadhouse from acts including Nine Inch Nails, Eddie Vedder, Chromatics, Julee Cruise, and many others. The set also includes a performance of “Sad Song” from Au Revoir Simone which was shot for A Limited Event Series, but never aired and is exclusive to this release.
  • A special 4K UHD disc with new ultra-high def transfers overseen by David Lynch of the 1990 Twin Peaks pilot, its international version, and the 2017 season’s most acclaimed episode, Part 8.
TWIN PEAKS: FROM Z TO A Blu-ray Bonus Disc Breakdown:
(Run time: Approximately 10 hours, 32 minutes)

Disc One

  • Behind The Curtain, Parts 1-12 – New!
  • On the Couch with Kimmy and Harry – New!

Disc Two

  • Behind The Curtain, Parts 13-18 – New!
  • A Talk with Kyle MacLachlan and Sheryl Lee – New!
  • Roadhouse Music
    • Chromatics, “Shadow” (3:47)
    • The Cactus Blossoms, “Mississippi” (4:15)
    • Au Revoir Simone, “Lark” (4:33)
    • Trouble, “Snake Eyes” (4:01)
    • Sharon Van Etten, “Tarifa” (4:51)
    • Nine Inch Nails, “She’s Gone Away” (6:14)
    • Au Revoir Simone, “A Violent Yet Flammable World” (5:02)
    • Hudson Mohawke, “Human” (3:43)
    • Rebekah Del Rio, “No Stars” (7:22)
    • Chromatics, “Saturday” (3:16)
    • James Marshall (as James Hurley), “Just You” (3:21)
    • Lissie, “Wild West” (3:54)
    • The Veils, “Axolotl” (3:04)
    • Eddie Vedder, “Out Of Sand” (3:45)
    • Julee Cruise, “The World Spins” (6:54)
    • Au Revoir Simone, “Sad Song” (4:13) – New!
4K Ultra HD Bonus Disc Breakdown:
(Run time: Approximately 2 hours, 32 minutes)

  • Twin Peaks “Pilot”
    • Original Version
    • Alternate International Version
  • Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series, Part 8

Several weeks prior, starting October 15, 2019, CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment will also release Twin Peaks: The Television Collection on Blu-ray and DVD worldwide, which includes all three seasons plus a plethora of previously-released special features.

Pre-order Twin Peaks: The Television Collection on Blu-ray or DVD (Amazon)

Pre-order Twin Peaks: The Television Collection on Blu-ray or DVD (Amazon Canada)

Pre-order Twin Peaks: The Television Collection on Blu-ray or DVD (Amazon France)

Pre-order Twin Peaks: The Television Collection on Blu-ray or DVD (Bol.com Benelux)

Pre-order Twin Peaks: La Serie Completa on Blu-ray or DVD (Amazon Spain)

Pre-order Twin Peaks: From Z to A (Amazon)

Scroll up for international pre-order links for the limited edition box set.

Twin Peaks From Z To A + Twin Peaks: The Television Collection

TWIN PEAKS: FROM Z TO A
Street Date: December 10, 2019 (US & Canada)
Catalog #: 59209549000

TWIN PEAKS: THE TELEVISION COLLECTION
Street Date: October 15, 2019 (US & Canada)
Catalog #: 59208145000 (Blu-ray); 59208084000 (DVD)

Pieter Dom

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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  1. Wow. I am a bit skeptical of the whole toy thing and disappointed it is SO BIG, but it sounds worth it to upgrade. I am just worried as the other box sets have been obviously designed by a person with no thought as to practical access to the disks. Lots of frustrating fold out sleeves. I just want easy access to these amazing disks.

      • Do we though? Really? Of course there are a few, there always is, but in my opinion they are not the majority. For an example the Blade Runner release from years ago came in a big metal briefcase and came with a little toy flying car and origami crane. I know tons of people who got this when it first came out and every single one of them now store them under a bed or in a box somewhere. I love great cover and interior art, but some cheap toy that makes the box 20% bigger does not appeal and takes up too much shelf space. Agree to disagree I guess.

  2. Great stuff, my only concern is that stock will run out very quickly. I think triple that amount would fly off shelves given the dedication of both old and new Twin Peaks fans. From someone that was scared witless as a 13 year old by Bob merely crouching at the end of a bed (its the blank passivity of Bob that made that scene so uncanny and disturbing) I adored the new series. The third series was such a complex fresh and yet true interpretation of the Twin Peaks universe. I know a fourth series is unlikely but, Mr Lynch, please consider going back to the well for a feature length film addendum (much as the excellent Deadwood did earlier this year) to compliment the under appreciated (although it is now getting some of the acclaim it so richly deserves) Fire Walk With Me.

  3. The Amazon listing says Z to A has 4k ultra high def for the original pilot and part 8 of the Return! Is this true? That could mean 4k may eventually be coming for the whole thing. It actually says 4k for those two episodes, not just mastered in 4k.

  4. Is there any other place -apart from the evil corporation Amazon-where we can preorder the box? Maybe it is a homage to the Black Lodge, but you guys should not maje business with that kind of people… unless you are form the same kind, of course.

  5. i just preordered it so it is available. Not listed on Bullmoose but if you find it somewhere else you can always cancel. If you hate Amazon, then wait

  6. Intriguing but not enough new content to justify $140. I’ll wait for the inevitable 4K release of the original series.

  7. I pre-ordered the ‘Z to A’ set on Amazon; it certainly isn’t my favorite retailer because I often have to return damaged items, but for now it’s suitable for securing myself one of the sets.

    I have the 10-disc ‘The Complete Mystery’ box set released in 2014, but I just purchased it a couple years ago. At that time, I had been trying to find one for a while and I was shocked to locate one at a Barnes & Noble in 2016; I paid $129 for it, but I didn’t care. Not too long after, I read online that some fans encountered syncing issues with some of the episodes on some of the discs. I didn’t notice any problems with the seasons, but making contact with Barnes & Noble or CBS would have proved complicated since it was 2 years removed from the initial release date. My ‘Fire Walk With Me’ disc did have a sync issue at one point in the film; Chriss Isaak & Kiefer Sutherland discussing the Blue Rose case in the car. But I went ahead and bought the stand-alone version released last year, so I can always use that disc instead.

    After reading the details on this new release, the only thing I didn’t see mentioned was whether the episodes will include Catherine Coulson’s ‘Log Lady’ intros. That said, I’m relatively sure it will. I get why fans get frustrated over the disc sleeves because the shipping process often results in displacement or damage. Many of us simply remove the discs from the original packaging and place them in traditional cases. It’s annoying, but not a deal breaker for me.

    Fingers-crossed the set won’t have any serious technical problems or packaging issues to the extent that people will have no choice but to exchange them. And of course that would be further complicated by a limited product that sells-out sooner than later.

  8. Any word on a UK release? Also does this initial release have a region or is it region free? The link isn’t working for me and I’d be surprised if there are any left with such a small batch.

    • Right, I’m sure most of us have been thinking the same thing; why only 1 4K disc that contains the pilots and episode 8, as opposed to an entire 4K release?
      Obviously we can only speculate. CBS & Paramount probably had a very specific release in mind and 4K, as of right now, is perhaps not the priority we’d prefer. It’s also worth mentioning that CBS & Paramount may have reservations with the 4K format and it’s inability to eclipse the popularity of DVD & Blu-ray. Samsung no longer produces 4K players and it’s difficult to guess what the home video market will look like in a few years beyond the offer of digital content. I love physical media and I don’t want it to go anywhere.

      Also, the original Blu-ray set from 2014 (the 10-disc version), has been out of print for some time. Based on that, I’ve been expecting a new home video release for a while now.

  9. Hello, does anyone know the size (actually I need to know the depth) of this box set? Is it deep like a regular dvd case? I have a custom made furniture where I stock my dvd’s and blurays and I’m afraid this box won’t fit.
    Thanks

  10. I am wondering, if the French or German version of the box will have printed texts and names in French or German…
    I live in germany and I really don’t like to have titles, booklets, posters and other printer text from the collection to be in other language than the original.
    I got the Xfiles BluRay collection and found that its called Akte X, and all the episode names are in German, which makes it hard to find the favorites.

    From the description it does kind of sound like there is only one version for all.
    I can only hope for the best.

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