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"I went to see David Lynch’s Dune in the theater in 1984. As we entered, we were given a glossary of Dune terms with our tickets. I understand this is not a common piece of movie ephemera, so I thought you might like to see it."

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"Though Eraserhead’s most famous piece of music is undoubtedly Peter Ivers’ unforgettable, oft-covered haunting ballad “In Heaven”, and the most exciting attribute of this edition of the soundtrack is no doubt its expansion; during the process of transferring the audio tapes, an unreleased recording from Ivers was discovered. It had not been heard since it was originally performed, over three decades ago. After working for years to expose and foster the dark, brooding sounds that exist in the current underground, nothing could make us more proud than to share with our audience this, a new look at one of our most cherished influences; the soundtrack to David Lynch’s Eraserhead."

" In Part 1 of this exclusive interview, Engels discusses the strange backstory behind the Black Lodge that he and David Lynch at one point had planned for Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, which would have been set in the 1950′s at President Eisenhower’s inauguration and explained BOB and the Black Lodge inhabitants reasons for ‘wanting to go home’ on the series.

"He also discusses how a planned Sheriff Truman Black Lodge rescue sequence, following up on the events of the series finale, would have tied into this…"

Where we’re from, the birds sing a pretty song and there’s always music in the air.

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"When Twin Peaks debuted, it was preceded by ads asking a seemingly simple question: Who killed Laura Palmer? But series creators David Lynch and Mark Frost never planned to answer that question. Instead, they wanted to spin labyrinthine tales around the titular Pacific Northwest town. The mystery would deepen, but the solution would move further out of reach. That’s a beautiful idea for a TV series, and like a lot of beautiful ideas, it didn’t work out so well when tested on the real world…"

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Nancy Drew in The Murder of Laura Palmer, by David Lynch.


Eraserhead for The Criterion Collection.

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