Many of you may be familiar with David Lynch's daily weather reports, where he records himself giving the daily forecast from his office. Today I stumbled upon a video from 2006 of this delightful being sitting in the office chair where Lynch has recorded the weather report many times before. All the creature says, though, is something along the lines of "Thank you for my eggs". I've been reading the comments to try and figure out if this video is fan-made or Lynch-made, but either way, I've fallen in love with this usual egg-eating creature.
"In Heaven" was written by Peter Ivers for David Lynch's 1977 experimental film, Eraserhead. In the film, It was performed by Laurel Nears, who played the hauntingly unforgettable "Lady In The Radiator." Most people who are familiar with the song think of the version from the film, but here is an alternate version sung by… READ THE REST
David Lynch's wonderful daily weather report usually consists of Lynch talking to the camera and giving us the forecast. There was one day, in 2008, when a giant balloon with a face painted on it replaced Lynch during the weather report. Although the balloon didn't speak to us with words that day, I will never… READ THE REST
This trailer for David Lynch's Eraserhead was made in 1982 and played before the film at the Nuart Theatre in Los Angeles. It features a young Lynch sitting on the couch alongside 5 Road Runner dolls. He introduces them as his boys "Chucko, Buster, Bob, Pete, and Dan" and says that they wish us all… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. It's time for some holiday shopping, and if you're not doing it online, you'll be, well, in line. Since there aren't many folks who find hanging out at big box stores… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Tablets sit in an interesting segment. Larger than a smartphone but more portable than a laptop, they offer plenty of power for day-to-day tasks without consuming too much bag room. So if… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. This year, instead of giving to others, it's time to think of yourself. You can't be reliant on your goodwill alone to feel fulfilled, and cash can usually fill that void… READ THE REST