Sitting With the Uncomfortable: David Lynch’s Art and OCD

The following is a deeply personal guest post by Sean W. Gallagher. You can -- and should! -- follow them on Twitter (@blackcoffee253). I was always intrigued by David Lynch’s work, but it wasn’t until I was recently diagnosed with OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) that I understood why his art so enraptured me. On some level, …

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 …

Lynch Night: The 60-Cycle Alternating Noir Narrative of Ronnie Rocket

David Lynch’s as-yet-to-be-produced Ronnie Rocket: The Absurd Mystery of the Strange Forces of Existence has been covered many times before, usually couched under the question “will David Lynch ever make it?” It has also likely been covered at length in forums, but I have not consulted those sources. Of course, this is the screenplay he …