#1
if you havent seen it go see it

if you have seen it here is where you talk about it
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#2
Eraserhead....?
"We barely remember who or what came before this precious moment"

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Alter Bridge, maybe?
A bit of John Mayer?
Some beethoven sounds delightful, as well.
#4
my friends band has a song called eraserhead they just put up. what is it?
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#5
Oh God, I still have to see it, I want to so bad.
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#6
probably should have put this in the first post

1977 film directed by david lynch, more of an experience than a film, it kind of makes you feel a certain way instead of telling a story

if you dont mind it being ruined, go to the wikipedia article on it and read the synopsis
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#8
It's an old movie about a guy with hair that looks like an eraser on his head I've never seen it but, I know everything
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#9
loada pretentious bollox. couldn't even sit through all of it.
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It's an old movie about a guy with hair that looks like an eraser on his head I've never seen it but, I know everything

That's not why it's called Eraserhead. I'd tell you why but that's at the end, so I'll instead refer you to Wikipedia.
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#12
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I'm interested in this film.

Where can I find it?
#13
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Lame! Lemme guess, you thought Fight Club was artsy?

Eraserhead is awesome. I prefer Blue Velvet.


Artsy? Nah, but it was an unreal movie though.
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#14
Fight Club was a good movie, but I can't stand the obsession over it.

Eraserhead was a great movie. It pushed a lot of boundaries. That movie was really bizarre for 1977. I think the thing that I love about David Lynch movies is that it really makes the audience think. More so than something like Fight Club. It makes you put your own interpretation out there, it engages the audience more than anything else out there in so many different ways. His movies are experiences that transcend being judged on a "good/bad" scale. I love his work.
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Lame! Lemme guess, you thought Fight Club was artsy?

Eraserhead is awesome. I prefer Blue Velvet.


blue velvet was pretty good, but i think eraserhead was the best. lost highway, another david lynch film was not too bad, the only reason i actually saw it was because it had a nine inch nails song in it and i was obsessed with them back then, not the best reason to see a movie but eh
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#16
I don't think when I see it that I can get over the "experience not a story" idea. I wouldn't know how to react except just that "whoa his head came off cool" or "haha the chicken is alive."
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#17
Pretty good?! It was great!

I saw Lost Highway, but I ended up turning it off at the last five minutes when my mom walked in. All the practically pornographic stuff wouldn't have been approved of. It wasn't as good as the rest of his material. Though, the general consensus is that Dune is his worst film.

The Elephant Man, Mullholland Drive, and Wild At Heart are all great. His latest Inland Empire is a trip. I can't say it is great, or crap. It really defies judgment. It was definitely a crazy experience.
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I don't think when I see it that I can get over the "experience not a story" idea. I wouldn't know how to react except just that "whoa his head came off cool" or "haha the chicken is alive."


that is exactly how my friends reacted when i showed it to them. i guess people perceive things differently.

ive yet to see dune, but i loved the elephant man. i might see dune just to see how bad it actually is
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#19
Yeah, trippy movie. I think in order for it to be pretentious, it would have to be trying to convey something. I'm sure this movie was, but it's so out there, it's really up in the air. At least that's what I think...

My favorite is Lost Highway, though. I have Muholland Drive and like it, but not as much as I liked Highway.

Blue Velvet is a great movie, too... "Let's ****!!! I'll **** anything that moves!!!" Dennis Hopper was a crazy mofo in that movie.

I love how a lot of his movies start out so over the top campy, then progressively get darker and more ****ed up until you're sitting in the middle of it trying to figure out what the hell is going on. It's like a dream.

That's my two cents anyway...
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#21
It's out on DVD. They just re-released it a few years ago. If you look around I'm sure you'll see it.
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#23
That is a movie that shook me. I can deal with crazy ****, but that blew away the bounds of anything. It is the single most disturbing thing I've ever watched. It is well done, lots of symbolism, but horrific.

Do not see it if you can't deal with **** like it. I hated it. Despised. It seems to me that its sole purpose is to make you feel like utter ****. Horrible movie. Well done, but horrible.
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That is a movie that shook me. I can deal with crazy ****, but that blew away the bounds of anything. It is the single most disturbing thing I've ever watched. It is well done, lots of symbolism, but horrific.

Do not see it if you can't deal with **** like it. I hated it. Despised. It seems to me that its sole purpose is to make you feel like utter ****. Horrible movie. Well done, but horrible.

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#25
I just saw it for the first time today and it blew my mind. Probably the most unique filmgoing experience I've ever had. Also, it's by far the best David Lynch film I've seen. Of the stuff I've seen of his, it's very hit or miss for me. I loved Eraserhead and Elephant Man, I liked Blue Velvet, though it's a notch lower then those two. And Wild at Heart was terrible. Since I've become a semi-serious film viewer, there's only 3 or 4 films I've given up on before the end due to their crapiness, and Wild at Heart was one.