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    'Louie' Gets In Touch With the Lynchian Side of Show Business in 'Late Show Part 2'

    To Louis C.K., the business side of comedy obviously has some Lynchian aspects -- so much so that when he's told to report to an executive in New York who'll train him "Late Show Part 2," the man, Jack Dall, is actually played by David Lynch.

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    Recap: 'Louie' Gets An Unlikely Talk-Show Sensei

    With apologies, it's been a little while since we checked in in "Louie" -- we were partly interrupted by festival-related travels and because the show took last week off, presumably because it would have clashed with Barack Obama's speech at the DNC. Or the VMAs. Happily, over the past weeks, Louis ...

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    Exclusive Clip: Robert Rodriguez Talks The Virtues Of Digital Filmmaking In 'Side By Side'

    As filmmakers, financiers and studios continue to work together to bring movies to the multiplex, one of the more interesting discussions taking place that affects everything from budgets and scheduling to artistic approach and visual aesthetic is the decision whether or not to shoot digitally or on...

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    Watch: David Lynch Directed Alternate Video For Chris Isaak’s "Wicked Game"

    “I haven’t gotten the big idea,” David Lynch recently told 24 Frames about the prospect of future movies from the helmer. “I’ve got some fragments that are coming, but not the big idea...If I got an idea that I fell in love with, I’d go to work tomorrow. I just ha...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Where Experiment Meets the Mainstream

    In an age of redundant remakes ("Total Recall," "Fright Night"), attempted revamps ("21 Jump Street," "The Three Stooges") and even 3D re-launchings ("Titanic 3D," "Star Wars: Episode 1 - 3D") of past Hollywood fare, it’s easy to become disheartened at the current state of film and television.

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    Watch: David Lynch's Video for 'Crazy Clown Time' Will Give You Nightmares

    A song that goes by the title "Crazy Clown Time" is bound to creep anyone out. Add David Lynch to the mix, and you have the stuff of nightmares. If you thought the title track of Lynch's debut album was eerie, just wait until you watch the music video, which was directed by Lynch ...

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    Watch: David Lynch's NSFW Video For "Crazy Clown Time" Is Amazing/Bizarre

    So, a dude in a red shirt banging on a picnic table, a mohawked beer drinking dude in a lawn chair rocking out, a football player running in place as flames from a BBQ shoot upward and a woman with giant boobs gyrating orgasmically on a lawn. We're pretty sure we've been to a party like this...

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    New Look At Eva Green & Johnny Depp In 'Dark Shadows' Plus Pics From 'The Europa Report,' David Lynch's 'Crazy Clown Time' & More

    It's that time again when we take a look at a whole host of new images that have arrived for some of the films we're eagerly anticipating this year (well, for the most part anyway).

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    "Oh Yeah": David Lynch Directs A Typically David Lynch-ian Ad For David Lynch Signature Cup Organic Coffee

    If there was any justice in this world, some generous benefactor would drop some cash to air David Lynch's ad during the Super Bowl if only to freak America out. If anything it will certainly be more memorable than the halftime show. But alas, that won't happen, so you'll just have to en...

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    Flaming Nipples & 50 Minutes Of Lost/Deleted Scenes To Appear On Forthcoming 'Blue Velvet' Blu-Ray

    It's amazing how time flies. It was in January that David Lynch first tipped off that a treasure trove of deleted scenes and lost footage from his classic 1986 psycho-drama "Blue Velvet" had been unearthed. And as the Guardian details, these scenes may have been lost forever were ...

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