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(Jezebel)   Enjoy yourself a slice of cherry pie and cup of coffee as you look through this gallery of fashion inspired by Twin Peaks   (jezebel.com) divider line 30
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2013-11-18 01:30:04 AM
Don't drink that coffee boys.  I found a fish in the percolator.
 
2013-11-18 02:41:43 AM
I always did like that shot of Audrey Horne in the school bathroom. Not sure that I like the dress that's referencing it, though.

Also, calling three images a gallery is a bit of a stretch.
 
2013-11-18 05:28:02 AM
I was hoping for a smoked cheese pig tie.
 
2013-11-18 06:41:13 AM
I've been to Twede's cafe. The coffee is good. Damn good.
 
2013-11-18 07:15:45 AM
Coolies!

/the owls are not what they seem.
 
2013-11-18 07:34:40 AM

Riotboy: /the owls are not what they seem seam.


FTFY.
 
2013-11-18 07:45:39 AM
I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.
 
2013-11-18 07:49:03 AM
a) 25 years too late
b) not very authentic
c) small collection
d) where's the menswear?
 
2013-11-18 08:27:38 AM
anyone else hoping for the other twin peaks to be the object of the fashion trend?

www.matthewdruin.com

www.insidethemagic.net
 
2013-11-18 08:51:21 AM

SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.


I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.
 
2013-11-18 09:07:29 AM

FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.


I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.
 
2013-11-18 09:08:55 AM
Whatever happened to Lynch....his last movie was almost 10 years ago.
 
2013-11-18 09:23:17 AM

LandOfChocolate: FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.

I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.


true, but they brought it back pretty well the last 3 or 4 episodes. The last episode is probably the series' best.
 
2013-11-18 09:34:27 AM

karnal: Whatever happened to Lynch....his last movie was almost 10 years ago.


David lynch quit making movies to focus on his music career.  No joke: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caWXt9lCVrc
 
2013-11-18 09:45:36 AM
This thread needs a lot of Sherilyn Fenn to achieve relevance.
 
2013-11-18 10:02:32 AM
There are rumors circulating...this time it looks legit, that really soon we will get something called Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery. It will include the whole series, FWWM, and the 45 minutes of deleted footage nobody has seen yet.
 
2013-11-18 10:04:32 AM

NeuroticRocker: There are rumors circulating...this time it looks legit, that really soon we will get something called Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery. It will include the whole series, FWWM, and the 45 minutes of deleted footage nobody has seen yet.


Here is what I got

http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/news/twin-peaks-blu-ray/
 
2013-11-18 10:59:35 AM

NeuroticRocker: There are rumors circulating...this time it looks legit, that really soon we will get something called Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery. It will include the whole series, FWWM, and the 45 minutes of deleted footage nobody has seen yet.


 Fire Walk With Me is unwatchable garbage.


I will still probably get this set.
 
2013-11-18 12:02:53 PM

CatfoodSpork: karnal: Whatever happened to Lynch....his last movie was almost 10 years ago.

David lynch quit making movies to focus on his music career.  No joke: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caWXt9lCVrc


He gave up making movies for this?  Yikes!
 
2013-11-18 01:28:45 PM

LandOfChocolate: FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.

I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.


Same here.  Watched for the first time couple years ago.  The show tried to be too many different things - a mystery/horror, a comedy, a Northern Exposure-like drama, a police show, an ensemble show.  But that's what made it so appealing, I think.  You're watching a show with familiar settings and characters, but you're getting a nice variety out of it every few weeks.  But agreed - it really went off the rails after the Laura Palmer thing got solved.  The first episode still has the two scariest moments of any show I've ever seen.  Remember Bob at the foot of the bed?
 
2013-11-18 01:44:48 PM

The Banana Thug: LandOfChocolate: FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.

I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.

Same here.  Watched for the first time couple years ago.  The show tried to be too many different things - a mystery/horror, a comedy, a Northern Exposure-like drama, a police show, an ensemble show.  But that's what made it so appealing, I think.  You're watching a show with familiar settings and characters, but you're getting a nice variety out of it every few weeks.  But agreed - it really went off the rails after the Laura Palmer thing got solved.  The first episode still has the two scariest moments of any show I've ever seen.  Remember Bob at the foot of the bed?


what was the second scariest moment?
 
2013-11-18 02:13:08 PM
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2013-11-18 03:32:42 PM

karnal: The Banana Thug: LandOfChocolate: FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.

I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.

Same here.  Watched for the first time couple years ago.  The show tried to be too many different things - a mystery/horror, a comedy, a Northern Exposure-like drama, a police show, an ensemble show.  But that's what made it so appealing, I think.  You're watching a show with familiar settings and characters, but you're getting a nice variety out of it every few weeks.  But agreed - it really went off the rails after the Laura Palmer thing got solved.  The first episode still has the two scariest moments of any show I've ever seen.  Remember Bob at the foot of the bed?

what was the second scariest moment?


It was the very end of the episode, where Laura's mom had a premonition (or a telepathic experience?) of a mysterious person walking through the dark forest at night, shifting his hands into the dirt, and recovering Laura's necklace that was buried there - and then Laura's mom let out a blood-curling scream.  The editing was what sold it - spooked right the fark out of me.

It was never explained why Laura's mom had that kind of mental connection, but that's what made the show so good.  Just a "WTF wasn't expecting that" thing.
 
2013-11-18 04:06:15 PM
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2013-11-18 07:45:54 PM

The Banana Thug: karnal: The Banana Thug: LandOfChocolate: FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.

I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.

Same here.  Watched for the first time couple years ago.  The show tried to be too many different things - a mystery/horror, a comedy, a Northern Exposure-like drama, a police show, an ensemble show.  But that's what made it so appealing, I think.  You're watching a show with familiar settings and characters, but you're getting a nice variety out of it every few weeks.  But agreed - it really went off the rails after the Laura Palmer thing got solved.  The first episode still has the two scariest moments of any show I've ever seen.  Remember Bob at the foot of the bed?

what was the second scariest moment?

It was the very end of the episode, where Laura's mom had a premonition (or a telepathic experience?) of a mysterious person walking through the dark forest at night, shifting his hands into the dirt, and recovering Laura's necklace that was buried there - and then Laura's mom let out a blood-curling scream.  The editing was what sold it - spooked right the fark out of me.

It was never explained why Laura's mom had that kind of mental connection, but that's what made the show so good.  Just a "WTF wasn't expecting that" thing.


Even creepier...watch that scene again.  Look at the pictures on the wall instead of her mother.  You'll see why she's screaming.
 
2013-11-18 07:46:30 PM

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You're a saint.

I won't say she's second to none. But she's second to very few...
 
2013-11-18 07:58:43 PM
Will they be bringing back that gum I like?
 
2013-11-19 12:26:06 AM

RatMaster999: The Banana Thug: karnal: The Banana Thug: LandOfChocolate: FeedTheCollapse: SpdrJay: I just finished watching the entire series again.

Doesn't really hold up too well after 25 years....kinda silly and boring.

I think some of the weirder moments (i.e. any scene in the red room) still hold up very well, but everything else is definitely late-80s/early-90s. Still otherwise good though.

I watched it for the first time about a year ago.  It was great until they solved the Laura Palmer mystery and then it went off the rails.

Same here.  Watched for the first time couple years ago.  The show tried to be too many different things - a mystery/horror, a comedy, a Northern Exposure-like drama, a police show, an ensemble show.  But that's what made it so appealing, I think.  You're watching a show with familiar settings and characters, but you're getting a nice variety out of it every few weeks.  But agreed - it really went off the rails after the Laura Palmer thing got solved.  The first episode still has the two scariest moments of any show I've ever seen.  Remember Bob at the foot of the bed?

what was the second scariest moment?

It was the very end of the episode, where Laura's mom had a premonition (or a telepathic experience?) of a mysterious person walking through the dark forest at night, shifting his hands into the dirt, and recovering Laura's necklace that was buried there - and then Laura's mom let out a blood-curling scream.  The editing was what sold it - spooked right the fark out of me.

It was never explained why Laura's mom had that kind of mental connection, but that's what made the show so good.  Just a "WTF wasn't expecting that" thing.

Even creepier...watch that scene again.  Look at the pictures on the wall instead of her mother.  You'll see why she's screaming.


Wow that IS creepy. Very subtle but a sort of "you'll shiat brick" moment. Good find, thanks!
 
2013-11-19 09:38:58 AM

RatMaster999: Even creepier...watch that scene again.  Look at the pictures on the wall instead of her mother.  You'll see why she's screaming.


I don't get it; a crew member's reflection was caught in the mirror?
 
2013-11-19 05:37:47 PM

FeedTheCollapse: RatMaster999: Even creepier...watch that scene again.  Look at the pictures on the wall instead of her mother.  You'll see why she's screaming.

I don't get it; a crew member's reflection was caught in the mirror?



It's Bob.
 
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