Creamed Corn: A Miscellany of Thankfulness by the 25 Years Later Staff

As the American Holiday for Thanksgiving, arrives, we at 25 Years Later decided to use it as an opportunity to express some thoughts on our thankfulness. Laura Stewart: "I have a lot to be thankful for this year. My number one always being my five year-old son. He's been through it all my little man, …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel: Steven Miller

In 1990, Twin Peaks introduced Harold Smith in The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer. An overly simplistic character description is that Harold was an agoraphobic who befriended others, encouraging them to help him live by bringing the outside world in. He brought Laura in through the Meal on Wheels program, and eventually brought Donna Hayward …

So the Palmers are all monsters now (did the show’s traumatic center get a makeover in Final Dossier?) – Electricity Nexus #9

The Palmers and the uncomfortable nature of their trauma are at the center of Twin Peaks, but thanks to Tamara Preston's interpretation in The Final Dossier the reality of the Palmers' trauma has possibly been redefined into the product of the demons Joudy and Ba’alzeBOB finding each other and mating. Is Twin Peaks still the same …

‘Find Laura’ – Was Leland’s Plea The Most Important Line Of The Season?

Over three seasons we watched Cooper’s journey, both spiritual and physical. From the moment he entered Twin Peaks to investigate Laura’s murder, to the night he re-entered it with Carrie Page, we walked with Cooper through his triumphs and his horrors, rooting for him along the way. Our love for and emotional investment in Dale’s …

Talking “Heads”: A theory on Lynch and Frost’s use of the “head” as a metaphor in Twin Peaks the Return.

The following is a guest feature from Jason Crawford! “There’s a body?” “There’s a body, alright.” This is the exchange between Lieutenant Knox and Detective Macklay when discussing the death of Major Briggs in Twin Peaks: The Return. And it is within this simple exchange that I can see the total meaning of Lynch and …

Notes from the Bookhouse: How’s Annie…and Diane…and Audrey?

Welcome back to the Bookhouse. Things have slowed down a bit since the excitement of the "119" movement last weekend, when it seemed like the whole world was talking about Twin Peaks and it felt like we were right back in those summer weeks when the show was still on. But there hasn't been any shortage of …

Welcome to Twin Peaks: Disinterment, Voyeurism, Resurrection and Reflections

And so we return and begin again. Of course, it would have been hard given the serendipity of the timing, not to begin with Laura Palmer’s ambiguous statement to Agent Cooper trapped in the mysterious Red Room, echoing down the intervening years, giving vain hope to us die-hard Peaks aficionados - “I’ll see you again …