What you know is valid, and everyone else’s fan theories are valid too – Electricity Nexus #10

David Lynch has a saying when fans ask him about their theories: “What you know is valid.” It doesn’t matter how on-point the theory is with popular opinion or if it’s completely tinfoil hat territory, Lynch believes if you’ve arrived at an answer due to the experiencing of his art that your answer is valid. …

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 …