Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery

May 23, 2014

Category: Entertainment

OK, so we all know who killed Laura Palmer by now, right? It was Bruce Willis. And he was dead all along. But what we haven’t known is whether Agent Cooper’s cherry pie looks even better in 1080p. We’re about to find out.

Twin Peaks, David Lynch’s bizarre, laughable, groundbreaking, and often mesmerizing drama that ran for two quick seasons on ABC some 25 years ago, is finally getting its much anticipated Blu-ray debut. Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery will be released as a 10-disc boxed set containing every episode of the series and the pilot, as well as the 1992 theatrical film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, now with a new transfer from a 4k scan of the original negative. All this in addition to hours of new content can be yours on July 29 for a suggested price of $110. [Purchase]

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