One cryptic tweet and one not-so-cryptic Showtime promo later, we’re all drawn back into Lynch’s world of teenage murder, biker gangs, Canadian whorehouses, omniscient logs, sweaters, and damn good coffee. The 1990 series Twin Peaks certainly raised the spooky bar to chilling new heights: Nothing on television, let alone network television, has ever scared us as much as that dancing dwarf or BOB lurking at the foot of Laura’s bed. Creepy references and costume options abound for Halloween in the Black Lodge, Glassland’s Twin Peaks–themed Halloween party. Dress as your favorite character to win prizes, and enjoy a cup of “good hot black coffee” and doughnuts as you sway to the “Welcome to Twin Peaks” DJ set of dark electronic pop. Arrive at midnight for a performance of Keys Open Doors: The Hidden Life of Laura Palmer by A Place Both Wonderful and Strange.

Fri., Oct. 31, 11:30 p.m., 2014

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 29, 2014

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