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Beijing Film Festival to Screen David Lynch Retrospective

23 March 2017 12:39 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The Beijing International Film Festival has added some iconic art house fare to its lineup.

The government-backed event announced this week that it will screen a special retrospective of the work of David Lynch during its 7th edition, which runs April 16-23 in the Chinese capital.

Lynch films to be included in the program include Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, The Straight Story, Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire — none of which were previously exhibited theatrically in the country. The documentary, David Lynch: The Art Life, by directors Jon Nguyen, Rick Barnes and Olivia Neergaard-Holm will also be »

- Patrick Brzeski

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‘Eraserhead’ 40th Anniversary: Watch David Lynch Explain His Movie Over Four Decades of Interviews

19 March 2017 1:43 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Happy “Eraserhead” day! David Lynch’s first feature was released on March 19, 1977, and his surrealistic ode to fatherhood has been a topic of conversation among interviewers ever since. Although Lynch has gone on the record as literally saying “I never talk about themes,” it hasn’t stopped scores of journalists from trying to get him to explain the meaning of “Erasherhead.”

Below are five fantastic interviews — from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00s, and ’10s — where Lynch analyzes the film as only he can. Watching all of them is a fascinating glimpse into his mind, as well as an opportunity to see how his ideas have changed as he’s grown older.

Read More: The Best Movie of the 21st Century: Why Critics Keep Voting for David Lynch’s ‘Mulholland Drive

This 1979 gem appears to be the earliest recorded Lynch interview. “Eraserhead” is the primary focus, and it’s a fascinating time capsule. »

- William Earl

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In the Overlook, Everything is Fine: ‘The Shining’ as Directed by David Lynch

14 March 2017 2:02 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Don’t think one of the scariest movies ever can get any scarier? You’re wrong.

Question: what’s scarier than riding your big wheel through an empty hotel, turning the corner, and finding yourself face to face with twin little girls dressed in matching baby-blue dresses, and oh yeah, they’re dead?

Answer: riding your big wheel through an empty hotel, turning the corner, and finding yourself face to face with a full-grown, malformed-cheeked woman who looks way to happy to see you and can’t stop singing, “In Heaven, everything is fine.”

This hypothetical scenario comes from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, of course, and in the question portion, I’m sticking with the original, little Danny Torrance bumping into the Grady Twins. In the second, however, you might have picked up that the figure described is the infamous Lady in the Radiator from David Lynch’s Eraserhead. Now »

- H. Perry Horton

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Why David Lynch's 'Twin Peaks' Film, 'Eraserhead' Are Getting Their First Theatrical Runs in Russia

9 March 2017 3:01 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Russian distributor Russian World Vision is releasing theatrically restored versions of David Lynch's Eraserhead, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me and Lost Highway, timing the cinema release to the airing of the revival of cult series Twin Peaks in May.

"David Lynch has been viewed as one of the most original directors in Russia, just like elsewhere," a representative for Russian World Vision told The Hollywood Reporter, adding that the movies will be screened on about 40 screens in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities.

This will be a limited release for Russia, but nothing even at that scale has ever »

- Vladimir Kozlov

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Why David Lynch's 'Twin Peaks' Film, 'Eraserhead' Are Getting Their First Theatrical Runs in Russia

9 March 2017 3:01 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Russian distributor Russian World Vision is releasing theatrically restored versions of David Lynch's Eraserhead, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me and Lost Highway, timing the cinema release to the airing of the revival of cult series Twin Peaks in May.

"David Lynch has been viewed as one of the most original directors in Russia, just like elsewhere," a representative for Russian World Vision told The Hollywood Reporter, adding that the movies will be screened on about 40 screens in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities.

This will be a limited release for Russia, but nothing even at that scale has ever »

- Vladimir Kozlov

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Horror Highlights: Splathouse Podcast, The Abduction Of Jennifer Grayson, Atomic Blonde, The Mason Brothers, Fashionista Q&A, Nightmare

28 February 2017 6:03 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Featured in today's Horror Highlights, we have Splathouse podcast's discussion of the 2001 movie The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, DVD release details for The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson, the SXSW Film Festival poster for Atomic Blonde, details on The Mason Brothers' upcoming theatrical run, a Q&A with Fashionista director Simon Rumley, and a look at the short film Nightmare.

Splathouse Podcast Discusses The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra: From Splathouse: "Sleepy skeletons, spirited space aliens, and super-scientists are the focus of this week's show! That's right, we're profiling Larry Blamire's excellent comedy "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra".

Two of the film's featured performers, Brian Howe ("Westworld") and Fay Masterson ("50 Shades Darker"), stop by to talk about their careers and their work on "Lost Skeleton..."

Our good friend Sarah Jane (aka @fookthis on Twitter and Letterboxed, and she of the Talk Film Society) stops by with her cinematic picks for fans of “Lost Skeleton. »

- Tamika Jones

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Great Job, Internet!: This Kubrick-Lynch mashup is the stuff of nightmares

27 February 2017 10:59 AM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Have you ever thought, “I wish The Shining was weirder, scarier, and more intense—and also had more synthesizers”? We can’t imagine many have, but in case your nightmares aren’t visceral enough, a video from Richard Vezina envisions what The Shining would look like had another auteur, David Lynch, directed it instead of Stanley Kubrick.

Blue Shining (Kubrick x Lynch) from Richard Vezina on Vimeo.

The video mashup “Blue Shining” overlays and inserts scenes and images from Wild At Heart, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway and more into the 1980 Kubrick classic. For example, Twin Peaks’ ubiquitous logging trucks roll by outside the office window as the violent history of the Overlook is explained to Jack Nicholson’s Jack Torrance, and Eraserhead’s Lady In The Radiator is doubled to replace the ghost twin girls at the end of one Danny Torrance’s rides through the hotel’s hallways ...

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- Laura Adamczyk

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Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of David Lynch’s ‘Lost Highway’ with Interviews, Making-Of Docs, Video Essays & More

21 February 2017 10:33 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

20 years ago today, a car drove down a dark, desolate strip of road as David Bowie crooned, in one of the most fortuitous meetings of song and material cinema’s ever seen, “Funny, how secrets travel.” The film that unspooled over the next 130-or-so minutes left many bemused at first (or second or third) glance, but, two decades later, has become a cornerstone in its director’s career and that decade in cinema. I speak not of John Singleton’s Rosewood, also released on February 21, 1997, but David Lynch‘s Lost Highway, whose nightmare noir plot, brutal violence (even for the auteur in question), and heavy, industrial-drenched soundtrack suggests it was made by an artist at the absolute edge of their sanity — even if its Tm-happy creator would suggest it’s, as per usual, simply a sum of ideas.

You can hear that many times over in the circa-97 interviews and making-ofs collected herein, »

- Nick Newman

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Glasgow Frightfest 2017: Simon Rumley Interview

21 February 2017 8:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Ahead of the UK premiere of his latest film Fashionista at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow, Simon Rumley reveals why he’s a fan of drugs in film and his planned foray into London gangster land…

Fashionista finds you back in Austin after Red White and Blue. What excites you about Austin so much? Could Fashionista have been set anywhere else?

I had such a great experience on Red White & Blue for so many different reasons that it was only natural that, at some point, I’d return to Austin. With Tim League (exec producer), Paul Knauss (co-producer) and Karen Hallford (casting director) I’ve got a great bunch of friends who also happen to be great collaborators and they form the core of both films’ Austin based crew and most probably without them neither films would have happened. Beyond that, I love the unique style of Austin, the food, the music, »

- Phil Wheat

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New Trailer for 'David Lynch: The Art Life' Doc on Lynch's Early Years

10 February 2017 7:15 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"Sickness. Corruption. Fear in the air. It was so good for me." Janus Films has debuted a new trailer for the documentary titled David Lynch: The Art Life, a look at the life and work of American director David Lynch. Lynch is beloved by critics & cinephiles for his films like Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, Mulholland Dr. and Inland Empire. This doc premiered at the Venice and London Film Festivals last year, and should be arriving in theaters this spring. The film focuses mostly on his early years and many of the various inspirations and moments of his life that made him into the artist he is today. This looks fascinating and totally weird, which is just about right to tell the story of David Lynch. Check out the new footage below. Here's the newest trailer (+ poster) for Janus Films' doc David Lynch: The Art Life, direct »

- Alex Billington

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Trailer for “David Lynch: The Art Life” Documentary on Lynch’s Early Years

10 February 2017 5:32 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

David Lynch is far and away one of the more interesting film and television directors we’ve ever seen.  His projects always leave the viewer wondering, questioning, and contemplating the meaning behind all of them.  From his days on Twin Peaks to movies like Lost Highway and Blue Velvet, audiences were always intrigued by Lynch’s unique style and mysterious tone.  His films are still being analyzed today for not only their mystery but also tumultuous and eerie tones.  Janus Films has just released a trailer that highlights a documentary about Lynch in his younger years. For fans who want to understand

Trailer for “David Lynch: The Art Life” Documentary on Lynch’s Early Years »

- Nat Berman

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‘The Lure’ Helmer to Create Musical Feature Based on David Bowie’s ‘Outside’

3 February 2017 10:12 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

No matter my interest in The Lure and reverence for David Bowie, I could only cringe upon hearing that director Agnieszka Smoczynska will soon helm a musical based on the man’s work. This is, of course, a certain bias speaking: consider our narrow-viewed cultural perspective that pretends he created, say, 16 songs and nothing else of note, throw in memories of Across the Universe, and you might understand why visions of a “Ziggy Stardust”- or “Rebel Rebel”-led sequence started slicing their way through my brain.

Lo and behold, Agnieszka Smoczynska also holds Bowie’s 1995 rock opera Outside in high esteem. Speaking to Birth Movies Death, she revealed it’ll act as the basis for her “musical fantasy,” Deranged, almost certainly titled after standout track “I’m Deranged” — itself probably best-known as the opening-credits tune from Lost Highway. Her provided logline more or less follows the album — i.e. »

- Nick Newman

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The Weekend Warrior 1/6/17: Underworld: Blood Wars, Hidden Figures, A Monster Calls

4 January 2017 8:00 AM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Welcome back to the first Weekend Warrior of 2017, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out (when applicable). 

We’ll bypass the past couple holiday weekends cause that was so 2016, and we’ll instead get right into the new movies opening on Friday including two that opened in select cities and are expanding nationwide.

Underworld: Blood Wars (Sony/Screen Gems)

Cast: Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Tobias Menzies, Lara Pulver, Charles Dance, James Faulkner, Peter Andersson, Clementine Nicholson, Bradley James, Daisy Head

Director: Anna Foerster  (debut feature from director of TV shows Outlander & Criminal Minds)

Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller

Rated R

Plot: The vampire death dealer Selene (Kate Beckinsale) finds herself facing both Lycans and vampires, both of them trying to use the blood of her daughter to create new hybrids, so she and David (Theo James »

- Edward Douglas

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Rumour: Twin Peaks May Feature At The Sundance Film Festival

3 January 2017 8:55 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Clandestine marketing strategies can be something of a double-edged sword. On the one hand, all publicity is good publicity – even when it is simply rumours and hearsay; but, the air soon leaks from a speculation bubble – and the popular regard of projects can eventually be damaged by over-exposure allowed to run rampant by studio and network officials. This is especially applicable to the most highly anticipated titles ahead of their respective releases, and the new series of Twin Peaks certainly falls into that category.

Returning to the small screen for the first time in over a quarter of a century, the third season of Twin Peaks has retained its pedigree of having creators David Lynch and Mark Frost steering the narrative and, though snippets of casting information have made their way into the public domain – along with a few teasers that reveal little to nothing – Showtime has been impressively successful »

- Sarah Myles

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