Tag Archives: David Lynch

June 25

Trevor – a timely alternative to deterministic narratives. (Theatre Review)

Trevor Outhouse theatre with bAKEHOUSE June 14 – July 6. You can grab your tickets here. images: Clare Hawley Since the discovery of the social complexity of primate societies other than Homo sapiens, a general argument has taken hold that reduces, or fights the reduction of, the human being as if it were necessary to […]

Keyhole – Guy Maddin dreams of Ulysses (Sydney Underground Film Festival)

The official site for Guy Maddin’s Keyhole has this to say about the film: After a long absence, gangster and father Ulysses Pick (Jason Patric) arrives home to a house haunted with memories, towing the body of a teenaged girl and a bound and gagged young man. His gang waits inside his house, having shot […]

My son My son what have ye done – Lynch and Herzog team up.

“I mean I’m not going to take your vitamin pills, I’m not going to drink your herbal tea, I’m not going to the sweat lodge with a hundred-and-eight year-old Native American who reads Hustler magazines and smokes cool cigarettes. I’m not going to discover my boundaries; I am going to stunt my inner growth and […]