Many things are being identified as “Lynchian” lately. This video essay explores the term that makes even David Lynch uneasy.
This first official trailer for the Twin Peaks UK Festival 2015 gives you a damn good impression of all the weird and crazy things that went down in London last October.
The band portrays David Lynch's nightclub singers from Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive and Blue Velvet... and one Lady in the Radiator.
Dana Ashbrook And James Marshall Reveal What They Can About The New Twin Peaks And “It’s Gonna Be Good!” (Video)
Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs) and James Marshall (James Hurley) talk Twin Peaks, old AND new, at Portland's Living Dead Horror Con.
A rare, professional capture of a live performance by David Lynch and Marek Zebrowski in Paris back in 2007 has been unearthed.
Dugpas, inject your haloperidol before clicking the play button because Black Wing's Twin Peaks-themed video for “Luther” might awake your inner doppelgänger!
Laura Palmer Becomes Electronic Music Producer In This Playful Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Fan Edit
In this Twin Peaks fan edit, Laura Palmer isn't preparing a great abundance of food. She's sequencing a bassline for her next house track.
Norwegian Rapper Ravi And Crime Novelist Jo Nesbø Are Agent Cooper And The Giant In Twin Peaks Themed Music Video
Ravi's “Årner Sæ” is a song inspired by Shelly and Leo Johnson. In its Twin Peaks themed video, the rapper is joined by crime writer Jo Nesbø as The Giant.
With references to owls, coffee, and Sheryl Lee, it's a tribute to the world of Twin Peaks as much as it is to early '90s graphic adventure games.
Watch The Trailer For “Blue Velvet Revisited” With Unseen Behind The Scenes Video Featuring David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan, Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern And Isabella Rossellini
Watch unreleased behind the scenes footage of Blue Velvet, including Kyle MacLachlan rehearsing his chicken walk, in this trailer for Blue Velvet Revisited.
Behind The Scenes Of David Lynch’s Premonitions Following An Evil Deed, His 55-Second Short Celebrating The 100th Anniversary Of Film
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of film, David Lynch directed a 55-second short with only natural light and in no more than three takes.