A place both wonderful and strange
Yesterday, Bob Dylan's website released a bonkers interactive music video to "Like a Rolling Stone." Its media player, concocted by a company called Interlude, lets you experience a few minutes of flipping through a satellite TV hookup on which everyone is lip-synching to the 48-year-old classic. A ... More >>
Interpol's Sam Fogarino screens two David Lynch works
Don’t forget the cherry pie
Dirty Beaches offer stylish retro-pop
Darkpop mainstays get a new incarnation
Since youre not working tomorrow . . .
Real vampires dont sparkle
David Lynch defies reality and other familiar foes.
You voted for your favorite films of the year and the decade. The results are in!
Driving down Mulholland, we look at the past
She brings Julia Ormond along for the ride
"Transcending is a natural thing; so you have this experience, you're going asleep but you're still awake. Boom! Woah, what was that? You transcend." David LynchThis man even takes his own press photos. David Lynch has clearly been an influencer within Hollywood over his 35-year-plus career. But ... More >>
In the week we got ourselves a whole new look, we celebrated by staring David Lynch and Kate Moss directly in their awesome, newly expansive faces. This was a bookish week at SOTC: Brian Evenson soundtracked his novel, Last Days, Jonathan Lethem reintroduced L.J. Davis and his walls of mucus in P ... More >>
The ridiculous 2008 Kennedy Center Honors -- featuring bizarre tributes to Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, among others -- were recently televised, which gave us an idea for the next Administration. President Obama's walking into a seriously screwed-up economy and two wars. Since things are goin ... More >>
An attempt to chart David Lynch's mind proves there's no charting David Lynch's mind
David Lynchs Inland Empire comes out on DVD this week. Nathan Lee chats with the director about digital video, putrefied experiences, and tapioca.
Obsessive? Artist Christian Tomaszewski rebuilds the world of Blue Velvet.
Our critic comes of age as Eraserhead just gets better with time
Armed with a digital camera and his own brand of logic, David Lynch forges inward
David Lynch's traumatizing neo-noir masterpiece turns 20
Baxter actor Theroux on David Lynch and the art of deadpan
Fear of living dangerously: Indebted to David Lynch, moody mystery exudes palpable anxiety
Breaking the sound barrier: A director's take on movies, music, adolescence, and politics
Are You There, God? It's Me, TV Critic
Patriotic Critics Boost Gross Domestic Product
David Lynch Casts a Line Into the City of Dreams
The Yin-Yang Glamour Girls of Mulholland Drive
Bingeing and Purging at Cannes