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A really good cup of coffee

by Dr. Orpheus on 4/27/2007

In a word: FINALLY! The whole Disney (ABC) vs. VIACOM (CBS) vs. Lynch (David) fiasco that kept "Season Two" off the shelves for some four years AFTER "Season One" was released on DVD has mercifully ended. I won't bore readers with a tacky technical analysis of the finished product, because thee and me both know we would have bought this set even if Paramount had put it out on masking tape and we had to view it backlit using a candle. That minor consideration of fan psychosis aside, the discs do look and sound pretty damn good. Unlike Season One, however, this long-overdue set was produced sans the former's dts soundtrack; relying instead on a pretty crisp Dolby Digital surround mix that serves up the show's theme -- and we all know it's what put you in "that" place -- and admittedly sparse effects with authority. And, standard-def or not, Lynch's gorgeous camera work remains a slap in the celluloid face of those who subscribe to shooting everything like it was filmed under bluish fluorescent lights ("MatrixVision") or in constant shadow ("X-FilesVision"). If you're reading this review and you're unfamiliar with the series itself, please, I beg you, do NOT go rent the horrible overseas version of the "Twin Peaks" movie (a hurry-up-and-finish-it-in-case-you're-cancelled-so-ABC-can-recoup-its-money special available on VHS) or the series' actual, David Lynch directed (and just plain slick) "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me" prequel, as both will divulge *waaay* too much about a ride that should only be taken from beginning to end (and then back to the beginning, again) in measured doses. Remember, this is the television series that is STILL referenced by every up-and-coming "oddball" series seen on television. The phrase "Twin Peaksesque" exists because it actually means something to be so original that Hollywood, an industry that has had perhaps four original ideas in the past two decades, has yet to figure out the allure of not insulting its audience's intelligence.

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Product Overview

All 22 episodes from the 2nd season


Studio Paramount
SKU 203936276
UPC 097360383447
UPC 14 00097360383447
Format DVD
Release Date 8/18/2015
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]
Name Twin Peaks
Link Search Link
Cast & Crew
Angelo Badalamenti - Original Music By
David Lynch - Executive Producer
David Lynch, et. al. - Director
David Slusser - Original Music By
Frank Byers - Cinematographer
Jonathan P. Shaw, et. al. - Editor
Kyle MacLachlan - Actor
Lara Flynn Boyle - Actor
Mark Frost, et. al. - Writer
Michael Ontkean - Actor
Okowita - Art Director
Richard Beymer - Actor
Richard Hoover - Production Designer
Robert Engels - Producer
Nominee (1991) Emmy, Don Summer, et. al., Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series,Emmy, Richard Taylor, et. al., Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series,Emmy, Kyle MacLachlan, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series,Golden Globe, Sherilyn Fenn, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Winner (1991) Golden Globe, Twin Peaks, Best TV-Series - Drama,Golden Globe, Kyle MacLachlan, Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Drama,Golden Globe, Piper Laurie, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Nominee (1990) Emmy, Harley Peyton, Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series,Emmy, Sherilyn Fenn, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series,Emmy, John A. Larsen, et. al., Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series,Emmy, Piper Laurie, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series,Emmy, Mark Frost, et. al., Outstanding Drama Series,Emmy, Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch, Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics,Emmy, Angelo Badalamenti, Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore),Emmy, Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch, Outstanding Achievement in Main Title Theme Music
DVD, English, Dolby Digital (5.1)
Product Attributes
Actor Twin Peaks
Label Paramount Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Brett Cullum, DVD Verdict of the most cinematic series ever created with its own darkly funny tone that has never been duplicated.
Dread Central ...change[d] television forever and was the most remarkable television show since probably "The Prisoner" in the sixties.
Pam Grady, vital as it was when it was brand new...the rare show that does not date...the picture remains fresh. It is a beautiful thing.

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