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Blue Velvet (1986)

“It’s a strange world.”

It’s a special time when I can crawl away from my responsibilities to enjoy a strange, entrancing work of cinema. Blue Velvet  519 more words


David Lynch's Festival of Disruption Unites 'Peaks' Cultists in Meditation Talk and Musical Mayhem

“It’s a world out there that is horribly stressed,” said Bob Roth, the well-known transcendental meditation (TM) teacher, providing some remarks at a two-day festival designed to raise money for David Lynch’s TM-promoting charitable foundation. 1,511 more words


'Lucky' is a fitting swan song for Harry Dean Stanton

Lucky (2017)

Directed by John Carroll Lynch

“Lucky” is, at its essence, a portrait of a man in the twilight of his life, portrayed by an actor in the twilight of his. 253 more words


Twin Peaks

I have never been a big fan of television series—making time to watch them on a regular basis was too much of a drag on my time—but I have always been a big fan of David Lynch.I have loved all his films I have seen, even the strange… 226 more words



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This film follows in a long and venerable line of films that feature an elderly person on some journey. They are typically beautifully shot, languid films that act as a showcase for an older actor who has never been the lead before. 263 more words

Movie Review

Switching to Airplane Mode

We’re in the Redwood Forest.

“Did they name it after the song?” my four year old asks.

We’d borrowed a remix of Woody Guthrie music from the library once and… 876 more words

The Scream of Empowerment

The following is a guest post from our friend Ivan Bukta! Hope you enjoy!

When I first finished watching Part 18, as Carrie’s scream echoed over the dark screen, my initial reaction was a chuckle of disbelief, followed by awe and admiration worthy of a standing ovation. 981 more words

The Return