It was f**king fantastic. Such a terrifying brilliant piece of cinema about responsibility, love, loss, and death. I have a feeling if you ask the exact meaning of 'Eraserhead' to 10 people: you'll ge...
I recently saw in an interview with David Lynch that nobody has ever come close to his interpretation of Eraserhead (sorry, I lost the video). I've also hear him say that he knew what it was about onc...
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It is a hell of a ride every time I watch the movie and I can totally see why this is a midnight movie classic.
This is my least favourite of Lynch's films, for the simple fact that I never was interested in what little story there was. It didn't seem to go anywhere and for me to be invested in a film it has to be telling a story, one that I can understand, comprehend, or at the very least, try to look more i....
Through the expert control of subdued and focused lighting, combined with underexposing black & white film stock, Lynch creates layers of atmosphere that transforms Eraserhead from a mere movie to a film that is on par with the expressionistic painter, Edvard Munch.