I've been a David Lynch fan for several years now, and I've seen all of his films, but I've never seen the Twin Peaks series until recently. I just watched the pilot episode for the first time. However, I'm a bit confused because I've seen the running time for the pilot listed as 113 minutes. The DVD of the pilot that I saw was only about 93 minutes long. The very last scene was of Laura Palmer's mother lying back on a couch, then sitting up and screaming suddenly, which was intercut with shots of a gloved hand picking up something in the dirt. Then the end credits come up. Is this the original broadcast version of the pilot? I know there's more than one version. I looked up the review on DVDFILE and I thought they were reviewing the same one that I watched, however it has the running time listed as 113 minutes also. I enjoyed the pilot episode and am ready for more. I got the DVD from a video store and they also have the first season DVD set for rent, so I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the first season, and eventually the entire series. When I said that I had seen all of Lynch's films, that is including Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, which I watched several years ago around 1998 when I first became a David Lynch fan. I had not seen any of the series at that point, but I just wanted to see all of his films. This did not ruin the series for me because I don't remember hardly anything about the film except for two really weird, surreal scenes (which were about the only aspects of the film that I enjoyed). I certainly don't remember any plot aspects of the movie, so Laura Palmer's killer is still a mystery. Back when I saw the movie, I didn't really know or care that you had to see the TV show first, I had no plans to watch the series, I just wanted to see something with David Lynch's dark weirdness, which FWWM occasionally delivered. It's kind of frustrating that I will have to wait until I have seen the whole TV series before I can watch the movie again. Damn. I'm eager to see the backwards-talking dwarf and the traffic scene with people in those weird white masks again. Those parts were cool. That's all I remember about the movie.