The intro sequence to Twin Peaks still haunts our dreams. We see hazy shots of the eponymous town as an ethereal song by Angelo Badalmenti immediately sets the show's tone: ominous, slow-burning, but unforgettable. Though the show was set in the 90s, a new fan art video brings it back a full decade in "NES Style Twin Peaks Intro"Created by Filthy Frackers, the artists previously behind "8-bit Grunge," the Twin Peaks intro gets recreated as if it were an 80s arcade game, including pixelated shots of the fictional Washington town and a retro remix of the vaguely foreboding song. Unfortunately, there's no arcade-style Laura Palmer or low-res interpretation of the Log Lady, but maybe that's best left to the imagination.
Watch "NES Style Twin Peaks Intro" above and see the original intro sequence down below:
h/t BoingBoingRelated:Smells Like 8-Bit: Your Favorite Grunge Just Went ChiptuneMiyazaki's Best Films Get Commemorated In 8-Bit Style'Donnie Darko' Gets Retold In 8-Bit (And A Little 16-Bit)The 8-Bit Olympics May Be More Fun Than The Real Games