We already knew Kyle McLachlan’s Agent Dale Cooper was returning (having presumably escaped the Black Lodge sometime in the past decades) but now the rest of the cast from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks revival has been confirmed. And while we still don’t know who any of the new characters are, at least we know which…
The Twin Peaks TV show is remembered for being strange, but its real legacy is its influence. Even 24 years later, we’re inundated with crime dramas with supernatural themes, murder mysteries that take an entire season (or longer) to solve, and tales of small towns with deep, dark secrets. But Fire Walk With Me, the…
There’s no such thing as a perfect book — but some books feel as though they could be just about perfect, if they didn’t have one nagging problem. And sometimes, the most wonderful books have the most glaring shortfalls. Here are 10 amazing novels that are each marred by a fatal flaw.
I really like David Lynch and I wish this wasn't just a trailer edited by a fan. It isn't too far from reality, though. George Lucas approached David Lynch in 1981 to direct The Return of the Jedi, the third and last episode of the trilogy.
David Lynch, famed director of iconic Hollywood films like Eraserhead and Dune, is also a kickass musician. Here, he's put his madleet remixing skills to work, reimagining Ultraísta's afrobeat-infused electronica single, "Strange Formula." He didn't touch the video though, it was that psychedelic when he got there.
David Lynch is a creative dude like no other. The brains behind Twin Peaks and Eraserhead is a proven master at moving pictures, but it turns out he's also into moody still shots.
If you're in the mood for something... different, David Lynch has offered up a free stream of his new album The Big Dream on Pitchfork. Weirdness guaranteed.
Danger Mouse, the amazing mashup artist, producer, and half of Gnarls Barkley, is unable to release his newest album due to legal battles with his label, so he's embracing piracy to get his music heard.
Click to viewBefore I became a blogging shut-in, the first thing I would do upon waking up is check the weather on my phone. Pin Up Weather would have made that process considerably more enjoyable.
I've always thought that watching movies on a tiny portable device is a crummy experience in pretty much every way possible. Crazy-ass director David Lynch (of Mulholland Dr., Lost Highway and Twin Peaks fame) thinks so too. Vehemently. And even if he is a little nuts, his faux iPhone ad both educates and entertains.…