Discover ‘Twin Peaks’ Lost Footage + New Blu-ray Box Set
SACRED BONES UNEARTHS RARE TWIN PEAKS & ERASERHEAD SOUNDTRACKS
Watch the Ultimate ‘Twin Peaks’ Supercut: ‘All the pie and coffee’
It’s National Doughnut Day: An Ode to the Sweet Tooth of ‘Twin Peaks’
Watch Kyle MacLachlan Do a Twin Peaks-Style Harlem Shake
I fear it would just be some pastiche of his old self—Lynch for the sake of being Lynch and there’s nothing Lychian about that at all.
A ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival, You Say? No Thanks!
More than twenty years after the premiere of Twin Peaks, fans are still obsessing over the cult series known for its bizarre walk between unique humor and pure darkness—finding themselves spiraling down into the underbelly lurking beneath the placid façade into a dichotomous world that mixes the intrigue of murder and mystery with the saccharine lust for cherry pie and coffee. For the 20th anniversary of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, 92Y Tribeca is hosting a series of Lynchian events, and this Saturday Silent Drape Runners (made up of Flavorpill's Russ Marshalek and Sophie Weiner) will perform a live rescoring of the acclaimed series titled Twin Peaks: The Beginning. We caught up with Russ and Sophie before their performance to see how the musical pairing came about, their favorite Twin Peaks moments, and which characters they connect with the most. (Warning: Spoilers ahead!)
Silent Drape Runners Reincarnate the Spirit of Laura Palmer
Curtains are both hiding and revealing. Sometimes it’s so beautiful that they’re hiding, it gets your imagination going. But in the theatre, when the curtains open, you have this fantastic euphoria, that you’re going to see something new, something will be revealed