Tags : David Lynch

Eraserhead (1977) Review

David Lynch is a true American auteur whose filmography includes such outstanding cinematic masterpieces as Wild at Heart, Lost Highway and Blue Velvet and perhaps one of the best most subversive TV series ever made Twin Peaks.Read More

Eraserhead Blu-ray Competition

David Lynch’s dark debut feature, Eraserhead, is both a lasting cult sensation and a work of extraordinary beauty. With its mesmerizing black-and-white photography, evocative sound design, and unforgettably enigmatic performance by Jack Nance, this visionary nocturnal odyssey is one of American cinema’s darkest dreams.Read More

Union Bridge (2019) Review

After a while away in the big city, Will Shipe (Scott Friend) returns to his hometown in Maryland where his mother Jeanie (Elisabeth Noone) will restore some pride in the family name. Will attempts to reconnect with childhood friend Nick Taylor (Alex Breaux) but Nick is deeply troubled and this will lead Will into a […]Read More

New digital restoration of a 4k transfer of David Lynch’s

Recently voted the best film of the 21st Century in a BBC Culture poll, MULHOLLAND DRIVE is essential viewing by one of the masters of contemporary American cinema.  David Lynch’s scary and seductive vision of Hollywood is a true masterpiece, weaving together a tale of love, jealousy, and revenge like no other.Read More

The Samurai (2013) Review

Of all the films I saw at 2014’s FrightFest it was Till Kleinert’s The Samurai that stayed with me the longest and finally the whole world has a chance to experience this haunting nightmarish horror thriller with its sensational twin performances from leads Michel Diercks and Pit Bukowski.Read More

Chained (2012) Review

Being the daughter of director David Lynch you are instantaneously horror royalty. However with Chained, Jennifer Chambers Lynch not only proves she is a director and writer in her own right but that even someone as well connected as her can have trouble with big studios overruling personal vision.Read More