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    Listen: David Lynch's “Pinky’s Dream” From 'Crazy Clown Time' Featuring Karen O

    Halloween is on Monday, and if you're looking for something to set the mood between the jack o' lanterns and ghouls, this just might do the trick.

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    INTERVIEW | David Lynch Talks "Crazy Clown Time" and Why Singing is "so embarrassing"

    David Lynch, the beloved auteur behind "Mulholland Drive" and "Blue Velvet," hasn't directed a feature since 2006's "Inland Empire." Since then he's been peddling his own brand of coffee, shooting a campaign for Lady Dior starring Marion Cotillard, doin...

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    And Then The Drums Come In: It's The Trailer For David Lynch's Album 'Crazy Clown Time'

    So, what has David Lynch been up to since "Inland Empire"? Well, doing everything but making another movie. Oh sure, he might have a new film in the works, and there's that transcendental meditation documentary knocking around, but he's otherwise been doing ads for fashion labels, directing concert ...

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    Watch: David Lynch's Bizarre & Awesome Trailer For Viennale Fest '11 'The Three Rs'

    Plus The Zany Cover Of The Director's Upcoming Album Crazy Clown TimeNo, it's not a new David Lynch film but we'll take what we can get.

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    Does David Lynch Have A New Feature Film In The Works?

    Granted, it's pretty thin gruel but we'll take what we can get from David Lynch who hasn't made a film since 2006's "Inland Empire" and has lately embarked on an ill-advised music career.

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    David Lynch's Debut Album 'Crazy Clown Time' Lands On November 8th, Features Karen O

    In a recent interview, moviemaker Abel Ferrara, discussing the current state of cinema said, “My kind of filmmakers don’t really exist [anymore]...[David] Lynch doesn’t even want to make films anymore. I’ve talked to him about it, OK? I can tell when he talks about it. I’m a lunatic, and he’s pushing transcendental meditation." And certainly, that seems to bear out. It has been five years since Lynch dropped the middling "Inland Empire" and since then he's done anything but direct a movie, instead taking on webcasts, nightclub openings and fashion ad campaigns (though last year there was a half-hearted crowdsourcing attempt to fund a document...

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    Abel Ferrara Says David Lynch Is Done Making Films & Says Download His Movies If You Can't Find 'Em

    If you generally like depraved movies and you love temperamental and mercurial curmudgeons, it's pretty much mandatory that you adore Bronx-born filmmaker Abel Ferrara. Maybe you don't think all his films are successful ("Dangerous Game", "Body Snatchers"), maybe you think some of them are near Big Apple sleaze-masterpieces ("King of New York," "Bad Lieutenant") and very possibly you haven't seen the ones that have had trouble finding proper distribution ("Mary," "Go Go Tales," "Chelsea On The Rocks"), but in theory, you love his no holds barred approach, his refusal to sugarcoat anything in an interview, and his general cantankerous mien. Th...

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    Stanley Kubrick's Projection Memo For 'Barry Lyndon'; David Lynch Wanted 'Mulholland Drive' Louder

    In case you've missed it, there has been a minor storm of controversy brewing over Warner Bros.' recent release of Stanley Kubrick's masterful "Barry Lyndon" on BluRay. The bone of contention is that the current release crops the picture with a 1.77 aspect ratio, which Warner Bros. insists complies with the wishes of the late Kubrick. However, Glenn Kenny has unearthed the smoking gun as it were, receiving a copy of the instructions Stanley Kubrick sent to projectionists insisting on a screen format of 1.66 "and in no event at less than 1:75." Meanwhile, Jeff Wells at Hollywood Elsewhere has also been furiously digging into this whole aspect ...

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    5 Things We'd Rather See David Lynch Do Than Open His 'Mulholland Drive' Club in Paris

    You may have already heard the news: David Lynch is opening a nightclub in Paris. Yes, you read that correctly. The acclaimed director of "The Elephant Man" is to open an entertainment venue in one of Europe's cultural capitals. To sweeten and/or poison the deal, depending on your outlook, it's taking as its design premise Lynch's 2001 masterwork "Mulholland Drive" and the film's own night club, Club Silencio. For those who haven't seen the film in a while and need reminding, Club Silencio is the other-worldly mystical dive joint in which wide-eyed Hollywood starlet Betty Elms (Naomi Watts) finall...

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    Watch: David Lynch & Interpol Collaboration 'I Touch A Red Button'

    So it appears David Lynch is paying more attention to music these days than movies. He recently made a pretty tepid foray into electronic music and also directed a Duran Duran concert webcast last month (did anyone watch it?). And it looks like he's been working with New York City rockers Interpol l...

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