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Blue Velvet (1986)

“It’s a strange world.” It’s a special time when I can crawl away from my responsibilities to enjoy a strange, entrancing work of cinema. Blue Velvet is one of David Lynch’s most beloved films, though often discounted as a precursor to Mulholland … Continue reading

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Eraserhead (1977)

“In heaven, everything is fine.” My first experience with David Lynch was seeing Mulholland Drive a few years back. I didn’t know much about the director yet, so I wasn’t sure at the time what he was really going for, … Continue reading

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