Twin Peaks: Navigating between two worlds (Part 3 of 5) – Electricity Nexus #22C

No scene in Twin Peaks Season 3 is ever cut and dry whether it is set in material reality or Lodgespace. As I said in Part 1 of this theory: Fans are constantly debating if the Roadhouse is material or non-material, if Audrey is in a mental institution or the Black Lodge. Fans debate if the Las …

Conversation Conundrum: Who was Mr. C talking to in Part 2?

“Black Lodge/White Lodge” is the occasional 25 Years Later version of the popular point/counterpoint style of debating, wherein two sides take opposing views and hash it out on stage. Here, we’ll be debating the finer points of Twin Peaks lore, in writing, for your reading pleasure. Today’s debaters are: Lindsay Stamhuis and Caemeron Crain The …

Counting Down to The Twin Peaks UK Festival 2018: Interview with Producer, Lindsey Bowden

I recently had a chance to catch up with Lindsey Bowden, Founder and Producer of the Twin Peaks UK Festival which is happening over the weekend of 29th & 30th September. With only a few weeks to go until the event takes place I wanted to find out just what is in store for ticket …

Madeline Zima Interview: Glass Box Memories, Twin Peaks Love, and Inspired Filmmaking

Madeline Zina occupies a special place in the hearts of long-time Twin Peaks fans. When we were (finally!) treated to a few moments of 2017’s Season 3 in the lead-up to its May release, Zima’s Tracey Barberato was seen daring Ben Rosenfield’s Sam Colby to “Try me.” We were intrigued. Tracey’s screen time was relatively small, …

A Journey To The Underworld Of Twin Peaks

Symbols. Waterfalls. Basements. Mythology. The maps of Twin Peaks. The red curtains. Laura, Teresa and Maddy. The secretive work of Major Briggs. Alchemy. Rivers. Portals. Demons and entities. The sound at the Great Northern. Mountains. Caves. Visual analysis. The Black Lodge. Rivers. The palace of the Fireman and Señorita Dido. Mike. Time. And, maybe most …

The Connection Between Sycamores and the Portals – A New York Theory

The original run of Twin Peaks left us well aware of the 12 Sycamore trees standing in a circle at Glastonbury Grove, where the portal to the Black Lodge (or Waiting Room, or The Red Room) is located. In more recent times, Twin Peaks: The Return has hinted that Sycamores have connections to at least …