Twin Peaks

Disturbing Horror Was Booed Back Then, But Today it is Considered a Cult Film: Get The Prequel to One of The Best Series ever in an elegant steelbook

As Twin Peaks: The Movie by Mytery veteran David Lynch came to cinemas in 1992, the film was too different for established fans and too overwhelming for newcomers at the Cannes premiere met with boos. From today’s perspective, the prequel film adaptation is the successful series of the same name (15th place in the Fmovies ranking) but just like the original as a cult.

A new Steelbook edition with 4K Ultra HD resolution and additional limited edition Blu-ray will be released in June, which you can already get your hands on now Secure for pre-order on Amazon * you can before it’s sold out. Bonus material includes a featurette and an audio commentary by the well-known film scholar Prof. Dr. Marcus Stiglegger.

Twin Peaks: The film new in the limited 4K steelbook

That’s what the Twin Peaks movie is about

The mysterious murder of the young prostitute Teresa Banks (Pamela Gidley) in the small American town of Deer Meadow calls the FBI into action. The Agents Chester Desmond (Chris Isaac) and Sam Stanley (Kiefer Sutherland) are assigned to investigate the case, but Desmond disappears without a trace during the investigation, whereupon Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) takes its place.

A year after the events, the seventeen-year-old student Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) in the small town of Twin Peaks increasingly finds themselves in a vortex of drugs, sex and nightmares that lead them further and further into the abyss.
Evil forces appear to be at work and to be related to the original case.

Twin Peaks: The Movie is that good

Twin Peaks, the last one with Twin Peaks: The Return was continued, continues to fascinate today and after a good three decades has not lost any of its importance. In the FILMSTARTS review there was a film adaptation of the prequel story, which is now also known in this country under the original English title Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Excellent 4.5 out of 5 stars rating.

Despite bad omens during production, including the opening boos mentioned at the beginning, the crazy mystery drama is no less demanding than the other Lynch films, it says. Likewise, the film does not lack the eerie, mystical nature of his work.

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