We told you yesterday that the Twin Peaks: The Complete Mystery Blu-ray box set was officially on its way for a summertime release and now we have all the official details you need and more!
Blu-ray news doesn't often get better than this announcement of Twin Peaks: The Complete Mystery box set. Especially for those of us who've long pined for that infamous Fire Walk With Me missing footage.
There's no doubt about it. David Lynch's Blue Velvet is one of the strangest friggin' flicks ever made. Need some more proof? Okay, non-believer! We have several clips on tap just waiting for you!
Blue Velvet. It's one of those movies that ... well ... that you just have to see and experience for yourself. And we recommend that you do so in an altered state of mind to make it slide down a little easier.
Let it never be said that iconic director David Lynch is afraid to go in a different direction. From the haunting Elephant Man to the legendarily weird Twin Peaks, Lynch has never been shy about going his own way, blazing a trail since his first feature effort, Eraserhead.
This really should have been last Friday's WTF video given the date. Oh, well. Posting this on the wrong date is probably how David Lynch would have wanted it anyway.
Just a little over a month ago we got the first word on what to expect come September 14th when First Look Studios releases Werner Herzog's My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done on DVD, and now we have both a better look at the box art and a clip from the film.
The DVD release date for Werner Herzog's latest film, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?, has finally been handed down; and you can expect to see this jarring little film hit DVD on September 14th from First Look Studios!
There's no doubt the television show "Twin Peaks" spawned a huge and faithful fanbase during its initial run many moons ago, and just like with any classic show it continues to grow even now -- over a decade since we found out who killed Laura Palmer.
The trailer for Werner Herzog's latest film, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done, hit online today, and it's looking pretty intense. The film, starring Michael Shannon, Willem Dafoe, Chloe Sevigny, Brad Dourif, Michael Pena, Bill Cobbs, Grace Zabriskie, and Udo Kier will be playing at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, but here's a taste of what to expect ...
Ever since the incredible Incident at Loch Ness, we've become big fans of director Werner Herzog. The man is a genius, and more so you just never know what he's going to pull out of his sleeve. Today though we get a tiny glimpse.
Thanks to /film, we learned today that filming is set to commence in March on the Werner Herzog helmed production My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done. Cameras will roll in both Peru and the Coronado Island region of California.
Talk about a match made in Hell; Werner Herzog is getting ready to direct a new “horror-tinged” drama with David Lynch on board to executive produce, according to Yahoo! Movies.