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Ten years on, Michael Haneke has yet to best the disturbing Hidden

With a set up reminiscent of David Lynch’s somewhat tedious Lost Highway, Hidden opens with couple Georges and Anne, played by Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche, being sent videotapes secretly filmed outside their house. 310 more words

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Lost Highway (1997)

Director: David Lynch
Composer: Angelo Badalamenti

“Half the film is picture, the other half is sound. They’ve got to work together.” – David Lynch

Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock.

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Being Lynchian - Eliza Slawther

Eliza Slawther is an English Literature student born in Warrington, studying at the University of Manchester

Being Lynchian.

From the slightly strange to the utterly bizarre: David Lynch is known for his ability to turn surreal, seemingly non sequitur stories into original, highly acclaimed pieces of cinema. 1,016 more words

Cinema

Top 3 David Lynch films

By Jade O’Halloran

Like any meaningful relationship, my love of David Lynch’s work has not always been easy. Lynch’s work can be notoriously difficult to ‘get’ straight away, demanding tireless re-viewings and subsequent reflection in order to unravel the plotlines, and take heed of the clues which point to the larger allusions (I recommend… 1,535 more words

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Impersonation of Tom Waits

Romeo is bleeding
The kitchen’s in the sink
The only man at the party
I’ve had too much to drink
Vodka bull and gatorade
Enough to make you sick… 87 more words

Poetics

“In Lost Highway, Fred suspects that Renee’s previous life involved ..some secret … place of … obscene enjoyment. ..Fred, … sentenced to death for the murder … of Renee, … transforms into another person (Pete) in his prison cell.” – ..A bizarre shift from the dull … existence of the impotent husband … to the exciting and dangerous life of ..Pete who is seduced by the ..femme fatale reincarnation of Renee. 26 more words

Now It’s Dark: Lynchian Images in The Babadook

This weekend I watched Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent’s amazingly beautiful and haunting film, The Babadook (2014). It was my second viewing of the film in about a month. 2,592 more words

Monsters