1. Eraserhead - Wikipedia

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    Eraserhead is a 1977 American surrealist body horror film written, produced, and directed by filmmaker David Lynch. Shot in black-and-white, Eraserhead is Lynch's ...

  2. David Lynchís Eraserhead remains one of cinemaís most ...

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    See Eraserhead once and itíll lodge itself firmly in some dank recess of your brain and refuse to vacate. Owning a copy is just a technicality.

  3. Twin Peaks recap: Season 3, Episode 3-4 - EW.com

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    2017-05-28 · The rehumanization of Agent Cooper moves Twin Peaks' return back towards human characters with human concerns, with a few surreal pit stops along the Ö

  4. Lost Highway Article - Premiere Sept. 96 - LynchNet

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    IN WHICH NOVELIST David Foster Wallace VISITS THE SET OF DAVID LYNCH'S NEW MOVIE AND FINDS THE DIRECTOR BOTH grandly admirable AND sort of nuts

  5. My problem with "Blue Velvet" | Interviews | Roger Ebert

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    If you want to understand David Lynch, maybe the place to start is with his paintings. He paints in a style he describes as "bad primitive art," and says that one of ...

  6. Designing for sound by Randy Thom - FilmSound.org

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    suggest a mood, evoke a feeling ; set a pace ; indicate a geographical locale

  7. Quotes - I am not an animal! - shmoop.com

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    I am not an animal! Get all the details, meaning, context, and even a pretentious factor for good measure.

  8. New Weird - Wikipedia

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    The New Weird is a literary genre that began in the 1990s and developed in a series of novels and stories published from 2001 to 2005. The writers involved are mostly ...

  9. VampireFreaks

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    Cybertron with Stabbing Westward this Saturday in NYC - is SOLD OUT! But you can win tickets only on VampireFreaks! We're giving away 2 pairs of FREE tickets to see ...

  10. Vertigo Movie Review & Film Summary (1958) | Roger Ebert

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    Then there is another level, beneath all of the others. Alfred Hitchcock was known as the most controlling of directors, particularly when it came to women.