The Elephant Man

As I write this I seem to have begun a little David Lynch season for myself so there will no doubt be a few direct comparisons here to Lynch's first film, Eraserhead, as I take a look at his second, a film that on paper couldn't be much more different, the real life story of... Continue Reading →

Jodorowsky’s Dune

I have always been happy to admit that David Lynch’s (or Alan Smithee’s) Dune is something of a guilty pleasure of mine and that its source novel, Frank Herbert’s epic hard sci-fi myth, is one of my all time favourite books (in a non-guilty way). Between these two though lies another version of the story... Continue Reading →

Dune (1984)

This introduction will probably make it clear just how much of a mess the 1984 film of Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel Dune is, so here goes: for this review I am referring to the two and a quarter hour cut of the movie, which credits David Lynch as director, rather than the TV cut... Continue Reading →

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