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Announced: Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery Blu-Ray Release

Murdered homecoming queen Laura Palmer is coming home….well, on Blu-ray. Creators Mark Frost and David Lynch’s 1990-1991 cult TV series Twin Peaks, as well as the 1992 feature-length prequel Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, are being compiled into a boxset, due out for release July 29th. Winning a Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Drama in 1991, the series followed the citizens of a quaint, ultra-strange northwestern town and the murder investigation of Laura Palmer.
Entitled Twin Peaks — The Entire Mystery, the collection (supervised by Lynch himself) contains every episode from the series, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me and nearly 90 minutes of never-before-released scenes of the deleted and alternate variety. This set will also feature newly transferred Log Lady introductions for each episode; a featurette with Lynch and the actors (Ray Wise, Grace Zabriskie, and Sheryl Lee) who protrayed the Palmer family; and a two-part feature called Between Two Worlds, including a Where Are They Now? glimpse into the Palmer family’s lives after the cliffhanging finale of the series. Additionally, the package exclusively features Moving Through Time: Fire Walk With Me Memories, a documentary of interviews with the cast and crew recounting their memories of working on the movie with David Lynch; a photo gallery featuring over 130 behind-the-scenes images; a feature of “Atmospherics,” 10 vignettes of the iconic “Twin Peaks” theme that will take fans back into the eccentric town;  the four-part documentary, Secrets From Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks; and an extended featurette, A Slice of Lynch, an uncut conversation between David Lynch and actors Kyle MacLachlan (Dale Cooper) and Mädchen Amick (Shelly Johnson).
Twin Peaks — The Entire Mystery will be available in 1080p with English 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio (Series and Feature), original English Stereo 2.0 (Series and Feature), Latin American Spanish Mono (Series), Latin American Spanish Stereo (Feature), Brazilian Portuguese Mono (Series), French Mono (Series), French 5.1 (Feature), Italian Mono (Series), Italian Stereo (Feature), German Mono (Series), German 5.1 (Feature), Castilian Mono (Series), Castilian Stereo (Feature), Japanese Mono (Series), and Japanese Stereo (Feature). The 10-disc collection also includes English SDH, Latin American Spanish, French, Italian, German, Castilian, Japanese, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, and Finnish subtitles (Series and Feature).
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About Jeremy Kibler

Jeremy Kibler is an Online Film Critics Society member and freelance writer who never stops watching movies and writing about them. An alumnus of Pennsylvania State University, he has been a fan of the horror genre since he was a kid, renting every Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street from the video store. For more of Jeremy’s reviews, go to or follow him on Twitter @jeremykibler25.

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