David Lynch

Mulholland Drive: The Musical

By Adam Nayman

Is David Lynch’s warped Tinseltown satire from 2001 a contemporary riff on one of Hollywood’s classic-era staples?

Watch Angelo Badalamenti explain how he wrote Laura Palmer’s Theme

By Jack Godwin

The composer reveals the inspiration behind his iconic Twin Peaks score.

David Lynch’s TV commercials are even weirder than his films

By Jack Godwin

From a severed Barbie head to Twin Peaks spin-offs, the director has made some truly bonkers ads over the years.

1990s short films from 10 incredible directors

By John Wadsworth

Wes Anderson, Sofia Coppola and Christopher Nolan feature in this amazing crop of short works.

The 100 best films of the 1990s: 100-76

By Little White Lies

Our ’90s countdown kicks off with movies from Tim Burton, David Lynch and Hayao Miyazaki.

Who killed Twin Peaks?

By Cyrus Shahrad

The cast and crew of Twin Peaks remember the making and breaking of a cultural phenomenon.

Does Fire Walk with Me hold the key to Twin Peaks Season 3?

By Martyn Conterio

David Lynch’s much-maligned spin-off movie holds secrets that could be revealed when the show returns.

How Eraserhead exposed the nightmarish heart of Middle America

By Joel Blackledge

Released 40 years ago, David Lynch’s lo-fi masterpiece is as weird and unsettling as ever.

Denis Villeneuve is directing a remake of David Lynch’s Dune

By Dan Einav

The Arrival and Blade Runner 2049 director is working on a remake of Frank Herbert’s hard SF epic.

Lost Highway at 20 – In praise of David Lynch’s eerie LA neo-noir

By William Carroll

The cult director’s peek behind the curtain of this iconic American city reveals the horrors within.

30 TV shows you can’t afford to miss in 2017

By Little White Lies

Must-see series coming your way next year including Taboo, American Gods and Stranger Things.

Watch David Lynch eat a doughnut to the Twin Peaks soundtrack

By Tom Williams

The most anticipated TV event of next year drops the best teaser of 2016.

Christmas gift recommendation: a replica Eraserhead baby

By Tom Williams

Clear off a radiator – a lovingly crafted model of the infamous alien tot can now be yours to own.

How Blue Velvet reflects the voyeuristic gaze of Rear Window

By Tom Watchorn

Paranoia, mystery and moral ambiguity abound in David Lynch and Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpieces.

Blue Velvet (1986)

By David Jenkins

David Lynch’s peek behind the curtain of smalltown USA remains as beautiful and unnerving as ever.

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