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    Trailers from Hell: Karyn Kusama on David Lynch's Visionary Feature Debut 'Eraserhead'

    This week on Trailers from Hell, "Jennifer's Body" director Karyn Kusama takes a look at David Lynch's extraordinary, surreal debut film "Eraserhead" (1977).

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    Watch: David Lynch's Home Pregnancy Test Commercial & PSA About New York City's Rat Infestation

    Sure, he's best known for his catalog of distinct, surreal and terrifying pictures, but David Lynch is a man of many artistic hats. He's a painter, musician, weatherman, coffee enthusiast, transcendental meditation advocate, nightclub entrepreneur and more. But sometimes you need a bit of pocket cas...

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    David Lynch Confirms 'Twin Peaks' Blu-ray With New Material, But Sorry, No Third Season

    When word emerged earlier this month that David Lynch was shooting a new promo for a forthcoming "Twin Peaks" box set, it seemed everyone had an opinion on how true those reports were. The show's co-creator Mark Frost called it "another strange baseless rumor," while Ray Wise (aka Leland Palmer) tol...

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    Watch: David Lynch's 85-Minute Documentary 'Eraserhead Stories'

    What is there to say about “Eraserhead”, David Lynch's first, dreamlike, horrifying film, a movie so weird it seems to defy all criticism and comment? Well, it turns out that if you're David Lynch, there's quite a lot to say. So, how about a whole hour and a half of discussion of the film, in the sh...

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    Watch: David Lynch's 1967 Student Film 'Six Men Getting Sick (Six Times)'

    So, sorry, that "Twin Peaks" news from yesterday seems like it was bunk, but here's a treat to make up for it: a blast from the past from David Lynch.

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    David Lynch Reportedly Shooting New 'Twin Peaks' Promo, New DVD Release Rumored

    While those rumors a year ago of a possible third season of David Lynch's cult classic TV series "Twin Peaks" were debunked as quickly as they came forward, it appears that the director/creator isn't done with Laura Palmer just yet. It looks like we'll all have a reason return to Twin Peaks soon.

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    Watch: All 7 Episodes Of David Lynch's Short-Lived ABC Sitcom 'On The Air'

    "The year is 1957. A new program entitled 'The Lester Guy Show' is debuting on the Zoblotnick Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC). Most of the cast is nuts, the crew is incompetent and everything that could go wrong always does. Of course, this makes the show a hit." So goes the logline to David Lynch's ...

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    Watch: 50 Minutes Of Deleted Scenes From David Lynch's 'Blue Velvet'

    While David Lynch is always working on something, these days it doesn't seem to be film. Instead he's making coffee, music or painting and next year, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts will have a retrospective of that work. But for those of you waiting patiently for a new Lynch film, hopefully t...

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    Exclusive: Beautiful Trailer For Documentary 'What Is Cinema?' Featuring David Lynch, Kelly Reichardt, Mike Leigh & More

    Among the daily noise about casting, box office, special effects, trends, awards and whatever else is dominating the conversation, the reason we go to the movies is often left undiscussed. But this exclusive trailer for the forthcoming documentary "What Is Cinema?" is sure to get you thinking about ...

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    Watch: David Lynch's Complete 1993 HBO Miniseries 'Hotel Room'

    While David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" will always stand proudly as the moment the distinct filmmaker freaked out America on national network TV, once the show was done, he was finished working on the small screen format. Less known among his filmography is a detour to HBO in 1993 for the three part minis...

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