Friday, November 28, 2008

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Celebrate the holidays the Lynchian way

The holiday shopping season has officially begun, and if there's a David Lynch/Twin Peaks fan on your shopping list (or you want to share your own wish list with friends/family), be sure to check out the David Lynch/Twin Peaks online store for all David Lynch/Twin Peaks-related items: DVDs, CDs, books -- and the new Lime Green Box Set.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

David Lynch: The Lime Green Set (new DVD box set!)

On Nov. 18, David Lynch is releasing a new DVD box set that's full of both classic, rare and never-before-seen Lynch material. It's called the David Lynch: The Lime Green Set, and you can pre-order it from Amazon right now by clicking this link.

Here's a full rundown of what the set includes:

A box of selected work by director David Lynch including Eraserhead remastered edition, the Eraserhead CD soundtrack, The Short Films of David Lynch, Blue Velvet with a newly remixed 5.1 track by David Lynch, Wild at Heart, The Elephant Man, the animated serial Dumbland, and making its DVD debut, Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Broken Hearted.
In addition will be a Mystery Disc -- including several exclusive Lynch originals. Also included in the set will be original Lynch extras not before available on previous DVD editions. Finally, set includes a booklet featuring rare Lynch imagery.

A HUGE thanks to the awesome David Lynch fan site for the heads-up on this set.

For all your David Lynch/Twin Peaks needs (DVDs, CDs, books), visit the David Lynch/Twin Peaks Online Store at Amazon.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Lynch (One) documentary coming to DVD

It comes out Aug. 26, and you can pre-order it now from at this link.

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Thursday, May 15, 2008

David Lynch's next movie, part 2

Herzog and Lynch team for murder drama

By Gregg Goldstein

CANNES (Hollywood Reporter) - Directors Werner Herzog and David Lynch are teaming for "My Son, My Son," a horror-tinged murder drama based on a true story.

Herzog and his longtime assistant director Herbert Golder co-wrote "Son," loosely based on the true story of a San Diego man who acts out a Sophocles play in his mind and kills his mother with a sword.

The low-budget feature will flash back and forth from the murder scene to the disturbed man's story. A guerrilla-style digital video shoot on location is tentatively set for March. Lynch is executive producing the project.

Herzog is having a busy year. He was set to film "Son" in the summer but postponed it to direct Nicolas Cage in a remake of Abel Ferrara's 1992 cop drama "Bad Lieutenant" starting in July. In the fall, he will shoot the Victorian-era drama "The Piano Tuner" for Focus Features.

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter

Sunday, May 4, 2008

David Lynch's next movie

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(Thanks to for the original post about this.)

David Lynch making road movie and promoting his new TM book

By Ane Howard

HOLLYWOOD,CA, (Hollywood Today) May 3, 2008 - Four time Oscar nominee David Lynch told Hollywood Today that he is working on a new film “Catching The Big Fish,’’ a road movie shot about his dialogues with regular folk on the meaning of life, with the likes of 60’s troubadour Donovan and John Hagelin, the physicist, as traveling companions.

The “Lynch-esque’’documentary is another example of this Cannes Festival winner‘s visionary take on creativity. He notes he traveled the globe with his multi-camera crew looking to catch his next big fish, and in keeping with his surreal film and TV past, says his plan was no less than to explore the world’s mind.

He concludes that “people have a right to be happy but they don’t know it. A lot of artists are attached to the idea that to create one must suffer and live in pain. I used to have a lot of anger and depression but when you have a constant migraine, you can’t create anything and Transcendental Meditation has really taught me that.”

On tour to promote his bestseller, “Catching The Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness and Creativity,” Lynch, whose mind has fascinated the world with its dark and often disturbing images, states “ the receptivity to the concept of meditation is catching on,” and “ people see other people’s bliss and they want it for themselves.”

The heart of The David Lynch Foundation ( was ignited as he saw school violence on the increase in the nation. His book, upcoming film and seminars are his contribution to the TM practice from which he has benefited, and that he believes makes “people look familiar and look like friends.”

David Lynch known for his recurrent collaborations with several of the same actors like Laura Dern and Harry Dean Stanton and crew in his productions extends his loyalty to family. When asked about a possible family collaboration with daughter Jennifer Chambers Lynch, he told us, “She just finished shooting a film called “Surveillance”, it is going to Cannes next year.” David Lynch is executive producer.

Questioned about the commercial appeal of his films, Lynch told Hollywood Today, “When things are abstract as they are in my films, not exactly like a Hollywood film, the commercial side is never really big.”

He added, “When I make a film I fall in love with an idea, and enjoy the doing, and then when it corrects, I put it out in the world. I then lose control over it and just hope that it connects to others, but it is kind of understandable if it doesn’t appeal to everyone.”

Lynch attributes his immense imagination to 34 years of TM. As “my mind becomes clearer, I am able to catch ideas like a big fish. You can catch it. You can cook it. You can even eat it, but you can’t create a big fish.”

Some of the big fish that Lynch has been able to catch are rock stars such as David Bowie and Marilyn Manson. Their willingness to contribute to his soundtracks is legendary but in Lynch’s words, it is quite simple, “just pay them good money. When it fits, it’s a good marriage.” And when pushed to further elaborate on the connection, Lynch exclaimed, “I am a rock star!”

And to clarify his IMDB listed salary of $1,000, “it’s my per minute rate,” he added with good humor. A salary more fit for the rock star that he is.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008