Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Fight for FWWM deleted scenes

For most Twin Peaks fans, the holy grail - that thing that we all desire and, so far, have not attained - is the set of deleted scenes from "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me" that David Lynch hand picked.

For those who aren't familiar with this story, Lynch reportedly shot about twice the amount of footage for "Fire Walk With Me" that was used in the final cut of the film. Many of the scenes that were cut from the movie featured characters from the series who ended up not making it into the finished film. Needless to say, Peaks fans are fascinated with the idea of seeing what other familiar faces from the town of Twin Peaks were doing before Laura Palmer died.

Lynch hand-picked about a hour's worth of these scenes to be edited and scored, and that work has been done. The hope is that MK2, the company that now owns the rights to the film, will include this set of deleted scenes in a new DVD release.

A movement has been afoot for some time to try to get MK2 to move forward, and you can help.

Visit the "FWWM Fight" online for more information and to learn how you can contribute to the campaign to have these deleted scenes released:

FWWM Fight website

Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Twin Peaks "definitive" box set in the works

I had previously reported rumors that yet another Twin Peaks DVD box set could be in the works - one that would include the pilot and both seasons. This is apparently rumor no more. Dugpa.com (a great resource for all things Twin Peaks/David Lynch) is reporting that it is definitely in the works.

No release date yet, but this is exciting news. Hopefully the "Definitive Gold Box Edition" will include some great special features that neither of the individual season sets had.

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Twin Peaks Festival 2007

For anyone interested in attending the annual Twin Peaks Festival in North Bend, Washington, it is being held July 27-29 this summer.

For more information, tickets and to see which celebrities will be in attendance, visit the official Twin Peaks Fest site: http://www.twinpeaksfestival.com/

A noteworthy bit: The new David Lynch documentary will be shown there this year.