“Especially the first half of the film is a black comedy, a strange comedy. Like I've said before, it's got to be a certain kind of comedy in order to make the switch into a sort of fear.” (David Lynch on Eraserhead in 1979)
In celebration of Mark Frost's 63rd birthday, here's his 10-minute appearance on Charlie Rose in October 1993. The interview covers The List Of 7, Storyville, life after death and, of course, Twin Peaks.
For his book, Reflections, An Oral History of Twin Peaks, Brad Dukes spent years interviewing over a hundred people who all had their hand in creating the world of Twin Peaks. Here's our interview with the author.
If there's one book you ever about Twin Peaks, make it Reflections, An Oral History of Twin Peaks. Over 300 pages of deep dive interviews with cast and crew plus many previously unseen behind the scenes photos.
Moby interviews David Lynch at IMS Engage 2014 and asks mostly awkward and some interesting questions about his private life, transcendental meditation, his movies and many other things. The most exciting question, however, remains unanswered.