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Dennis Hopper, Kyle MacLachlan, Laura Dern, Isabella Rossellini. Lumberton, USA has some strange goings-on behind its idyllic exterior, involving a haunting nightclub singer, a murderous madman and perverse sexual intrigue. Directed by David Lynch. 1986/color/121 min/R/widescreen.
- New Digital Anamorphic Transfer Supervised by David Lynch
- "Mysteries of Love" Documentary Featuring New Interviews with Isabella Rossellini, Kyle MacLachlan and Other Cast and Crew
- Archieve Interview With David Lynch
- "Are You A Pervert? Deleted Scenes Montage
- Siskel and Ebert Critical Review
- Photo Gallery
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Twin Peaks is basically a prime time 1990s television version of Blue Velvet.
After watching Twin Peaks: The Return of Dougie, I now like to think of Blue Velvet as another piece of the Twin Peaks puzzle. What if Jeffery is really Cooper and Sandy is really Diane?
Blue Velvet is a creepy, surreal film noir, full of haunting and often hilarious scenes. Just ignore the silly "romance novel" thumbnail they use for this movie; it's not that type of love story. It's nightmarish, violent, and over-the-top, but it also contains some tender, genuinely touching moments, and a happy ending in which good conquers evil.
Chances are you'll either love it or hate it.
But yeah, if you're looking for a chill movie with a paint by numbers love story, this ain't it.