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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
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With the Evolution of Horror podcast
Thu 22 Aug · 20:00
Join us for a screening of the film prequel of the best TV series of all time, plus a live podcast recording with The Evolution of Horror with their brand new podcast.
Drama • Weird • Suspenseful
Part of Creatures of the Night

“When this kind of fire starts, it is very hard to put out”.

The cinematic (almost) prequel to the cult, groundbreaking television series, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me chronicles teenage homecoming queen Laura Palmer's harrowing final days.

Laura leads a double life that drags her ever deeper into helplessness and horror as she pieces together the identity of the assailant who has been terrorising her for years whilst attempting to find some light in a nightmarish world. The film is submerged in sadness and melancholy, but there is also compassion, humour and beauty to be found.

Mis-understood and unfairly reviewed by critics on release, the film is a terrifying and tragic look into the last days of a young woman lost and alone in a world of incest, abuse and addiction. Sheryl Lee and Ray Wise are both outstanding as the central father and daughter, and Angelo Badalamenti compliments the films themes with a score is as hauntingly melancholic as it ever was.

After the screening of this David Lynch classic, we welcome The Evolution of Horror podcast to the weird & wonderful town of Twin Peaks, who will be recording a live episode for their new podcast spin off The Detective and the Log Lady.

Doors 19:30 - 20:00

Film screening 20:10

Podcast recording 22:20 - 23:00 (approx.)

The Detective and the Log Lady is a brand new Twin Peaks rewatch podcast, in which your hosts Mike Muncer (a Twin Peaks superfan) and Stacie Ponder (a Twin Peaks newbie) watch through the whole of David Lynch and Mark Frost's cult show from beginning to end. 

The Evolution of Horror is a weekly podcast, hosted by Mike Muncer, that explores the history of the horror genre by delving into particular sub-genres across several weeks. Each episode, Mike is joined by a critic, filmmaker or expert, to discuss a particular film in depth, look at its place within a sub-genre, and explore its cultural impact and lasting legacy.

Tickets are Full Price £12 | Members/concessions £10.

(Members free tickets are not available for this screening).

Priority tickets are now available for 16mm, 35mm & 70mm members and anyone who came to see A Nightmare on Elm Street. Tickets will go on general sale from Monday 1st July.

Details

Duration
2hrs 14mins
Director
David Lynch
Distributor
Janus Films
Featuring
Sheryl Lee • Ray Wise • Mädchen Amick
Year
1992
Country of origin
USA
Language
English
Strobe lighting
Yes
Content guidance
Rape/sexual assault/sexual abuse • Abuse (physical inc bullying) • Bloody violence/gore/torture
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Become a member!  •  Ticket discounts  •  Priority booking  •  Three months free MUBI  •  Become a member!  •  Free tickets  •  Food & drink discounts  •  Members’ newsletter
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Become a member!  •  Ticket discounts  •  Priority booking  •  Three months free MUBI  •  Become a member!  •  Free tickets  •  Food & drink discounts  •  Members’ newsletter