Wild At Heart Returns: The Shout! Factory Special Edition Wild At Heart Blu-ray and What Its Features Can Tell Us Now

Wild At Heart, David Lynch’s rainbow-infused Romeo and Juliet on an ultra-sexed, mega-violent road trip through Southern Gothic Oz, where the Wicked Witch of the West threatens true love, but Glenda the Good Witch rewards it all to a soundtrack of heavy metal, big band jazz, and rockabilly. Originally released in 1990, it would usher in …

The Hopeless Dream of Being: Unlocking Ingmar Bergman’s Persona and Finding Clues to Mulholland Drive

Ingmar Bergman Persona

“I like Bergman, but his films are so different,” says David Lynch at one point in Lynch on Lynch. “Sparse. Sparse dreams.” He’s just been effusively discussing how Fellini’s films make him dream, in magical and lyrical ways. Which leads him on to Bergman. Bergman’s work has another dream quality to it and Lynch gets …

Lynch Night: Somewhere Over The Rainbow – How Lynch made Wild At Heart his own

Lula Pace Fortune and Sailor Ripley's romance is the greatest love story ever told. For me at least.  I never had any desire to see Wild at Heart; in fact I was in my late 20's before I actually saw it for the first time, by chance, on late night television.  It was released and won the …

Lynch Night: Finding Out About Life on David Lynch’s Lost Highway

It's difficult, now that Twin Peaks: The Return exists, to not look at all of David Lynch's output as one cohesive stream of artistic development. The Return proved to be a shining jewel on the crown of David Lynch's career as a filmmaker, incorporating themes and imagery that he has explored since he began to …

Lynch Night: David Lynch’s “10 Clues” to Unlocking Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive was the first Lynch film I watched after my first time getting through Twin Peaks nearly ten years ago. It was a hot July night and we had just moved into our new apartment -- lovely and spacious, in a brick building on a tree-lined street called Old Fort Road because it used …