David Lynch Series

Dune (1984)

Friday, September 22nd at 8:30pm &
Sunday, September 24th at 5pm

David Lynch‘s 1984 cinematic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s epic science fiction novel is a visually mesmerizing and ambitious journey into the intricate and enigmatic world of the planet Arrakis. Generally panned by critics, it has its fans who find it an intriguing look at how Lynch told this story some 40 years before Dune retold in a more successful film version by director Denis Villeneuve.  The interesting casting includes Kyle Maclachlan, Sting, and José Ferrer (1984, PG-13, 2h 17m)

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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

Saturday, September 23rd at 7pm &
Sunday, September 24th at 7:30pm

In the folksy town of Deerfield, Wash., FBI Agent Desmond (Chris Isaak) inexplicably disappears while hunting for the man who murdered a teen girl. The killer is never apprehended, and, after experiencing dark visions and supernatural encounters, Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) chillingly predicts that the culprit will claim another life. Meanwhile, in the similarly cozy town of Twin Peaks, hedonistic beauty Lara Palmer (Sheryl Lee) hangs with lowlifes and seems destined for a grisly fate. (1992, R, 2h 15m)

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Eraserhead

Saturday, September 23rd at 9:30pm &
Wednesday, September 27th at 7:15pm

Henry (John Nance) resides alone in a bleak apartment surrounded by industrial gloom. When he discovers that an earlier fling with Mary X (Charlotte Stewart) left her pregnant, he marries the expectant mother and has her move in with him. Things take a decidedly strange turn when the couple’s baby turns out to be a bizarre lizard-like creature that won’t stop wailing. Other characters, including a disfigured lady who lives inside a radiator, inhabit the building and add to Henry’s troubles. (1977, 1h 30m)

“David Lynch’s remarkable first film, made in 1977, still looks like a minor masterpiece, mixing Gothic horror, surrealism and darkly expressionist mise-en-scène.” – Derek Malcolm, London Evening Standard

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Wild at Heart

Saturday, September 23rd at 4:30pm &
Tuesday, September 26th at 7:15pm

After serving prison time for a self-defense killing, Sailor Ripley (Nicolas Cage) reunites with girlfriend Lula Fortune (Laura Dern). Lula’s mother, Marietta (Diane Ladd), desperate to keep them apart, hires a hit man to kill Sailor. But he finds a whole new set of troubles when he and Bobby Peru (Willem Dafoe), an old buddy who’s also out to get Sailor, try to rob a store. When Sailor lands in jail yet again, the young lovers appear further than ever from the shared life they covet. (1990, R, 2h 5m)

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Blue Velvet

Friday, September 22nd at 6pm &
Monday, September 25th at 7:15pm

College student Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) returns home after his father has a stroke. When he discovers a severed ear in an abandoned field, Beaumont teams up with detective’s daughter Sandy Williams (Laura Dern) to solve the mystery. They believe beautiful lounge singer Dorothy Vallens (Isabella Rossellini) may be connected with the case, and Beaumont finds himself becoming drawn into her dark, twisted world, where he encounters sexually depraved psychopath Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper). If audiences walk away from this subversive, surreal shocker not fully understanding the story, they might also walk away with a deeper perception of the potential of film storytelling. (1986, R, 120m)

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