About Josh Zyber
Josh Zyber is a veteran movie and video disc reviewer from Laserdisc to DVD and beyond. He previously wrote for DVDFile.com, DVDTalk.com, and Home Theater magazine.
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At the risk of sounding like a doofus, I looked at this when you posted it on Facebook and now here and I still just don’t get it… Am I missing something glaringly obvious?
Yes, you’re a doofus. 🙂
Check the post tags if necessary.
Oh. Okay. Never saw the show, so I wouldn’t be in on the joke.
If you do intend to watch it, my advice is to stop watching it when you get to where Dave solves the murder of Laura.
I love Twin Peaks, but the show’s quality really took a dive after that point, it became a mess of disjointed story lines that never seemed to go anywhere.
The show definitely takes a dip in the second season, but it picks up again at the end.
The movie must absolutely be watched last, despite being a prequel.
Ugh. When I saw a picture of the Black Lodge at the top of a blog post on a blog called HIGH DEF Digest, I thought we finally got a Twin Peaks on BD announcement.
Hurry the hell up with that, ABC. Or whoever it is that would be releasing it.
Paramount has the rights to the series, and released that “Gold Box” DVD set. New Line/Warner has the rights to the movie.
The film is on Blu-ray in Australia.