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Ignore the 1* review,
This review is from: Twin Peaks: Definitive Gold Box Edition (UK Version) [DVD] (DVD)
Twin Peaks is wonderful, although does take a temporary but severe dip in form after Laura Palmer's killer is revealed in season 2 before picking up again for the last few episodes. Picture and sound quality are both excellent with genuinely fascinating extras and very nice packaging including some collectable postcards. I've assumed in these comments that the UK version will be the same as the European ones. The published specs seem identical.
My main reason for posting is to correct the bizarre 1* review. Despite the claims of adoration, there is no third season, although there are many who long for one. The only possible explanation I can come up with is the reviewer has confused a third season for the film 'Fire Walk with Me' which is actually a prequel to season 1. It is not included in the set but can be purchased separately. Although also highly recommended I would regard it as an optional extra (definitely buy it if you have enjoyed TP). Should be watched after season 2 rather than chronologically.
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Initial post: 22 Mar 2010 15:01:17 GMT
agreed. Avoid "Fire Walk With Me" as much as you can until you have finished with the both seasons.
Posted on 3 May 2011 23:25:36 BDT
Well, as far as I know, there should have been a season 3, originally, but the show was cancelled before season 3 could be shot. It doesn't matter, really; it's still a great show with a wonderfully bizarre and scaring ending. I remember watching the final episode back in the 1990s (I must have been about 17 years then), late at night, being scared to death by Bob. I agree that the movie should be watched afterwards; if watched before, it takes away a lot of the fun that is Twin Peaks.
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