Yep, it's weird.
Yep, it's weird.
The David Lynch Water Lily: America's Next Hair Craze.
"That's who they are to me," says Lynch.
The director's new single is just the latest act in a long career of great music-making.
He loves electricity.
And other highlights.
Photography? Sculpture? Furniture-making?
And get a T-shirt!
With guest spots from members of the Flaming Lips, the Strokes, the Shins, and the Pixies.
Well, it's more of an extended commercial FOR a handbag.
Laura Harring says the film is "being born."
Godard is ready for some football!
Click through for a (not) very descriptive description.
"It won't be a so-called David Lynch film, really ... "
Plus: Edward Norton must get stoned.
Because there are only so many hours in David Lynch's day, Werner Herzog wrote and directed this Lynchian, Lynch-produced lo-fi thriller that looks a lot like 'Inland Empire.'
Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like David Lynch will be involved.
David Lynch announces a new online documentary series.
Check out this creepy new video.
A great interview with Glenn Kenny, who worked with DFW on three pieces for 'Premiere' in the mid-nineties.
"It was as if I was in an elevator and someone cut the cables [makes a boom sound]. Within I went."
Plus: Mickey Rourke to make bad-seeming movie, for old time's sake.
'The Darkest Coffee' functions less as a commercial and more as a four-minute creepfest about the experience of consuming said hot beverage.
How will Hollywood win us back after the writers strike? They'll have to make movies based on video games. And not just the crappy kind they've been pumping out for the past decade — good ones!