Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier – A Deep Dive Review and Analysis (Part 4)

In Part 3 of this Final Dossier Deep Dive series, I brought up the section from Pages 131 to the end the book where Tamara Preston experiences a reality where Dale Cooper travelled back in time to 1989 and “saved” Laura Palmer from the immediate events that resulted in her death. I suggest this is …

Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier – A Deep Dive Review and Analysis (Part 3)

Just as it appears Dale Cooper is going through time loops in Season 3, restarting over and over with Phillip Gerard asking him "is it future or is it past" or Lodge Laura whispering in his ear, Mark Frost’s The Final Dossier presents us with a number of repeating cycles: of various inflicted traumas, of …

The Secret History of Twin Peaks: Dr. Jacoby (Secrets and Mysteries, Part 9)

When Mark Frost's Secret History of Twin Peaks was released almost exactly 2 years ago, I hoped it would bridge a gap between the epic finale of Season 2 of Twin Peaks and the new season that would be airing on Showtime. And although I loved so many aspects of the book when I first …

Exclusive from the Twin Peaks UK 2018: Thor Amli’s ‘The Summer House at Pearl Lakes’ — Part 2

Today at the Twin Peaks UK Festival attendees were treated to a number of fan made, Lynch-inspired short films, including that of The Summer House at Pearl Lakes -- Part 2 by Director Thor Amli whom I chatted to just before the Festival about his new film. Many fans have been looking forward to seeing the …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – Courtenay Stallings of the Blue Rose Magazine

I met Courtenay Stallings and her husband Bob at the 2017 Twin Peaks Festival in Washington. Her kindness and her passion for Twin Peaks and David Lynch's other work is clearly evident in talking with her and experiencing Twin Peaks' physical setting with her in Washington.  What makes Courtenay unique as a fan, is that …

Lynch Night: How Lynch Taught Us To Love Our Log Ladies and The Women of Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks is a phenomenon that not everyone gravitates toward. For those who do, David Lynch and Mark Frost create a world, a community, and an environment where people feel completely at home. Within that home, the characters they create place themselves snuggly into our orbits, especially the women. In re-watching the original run of …