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[24 Jun 2012|05:50pm]

8 New Wallpapers
- 1 Doctor Who
- 1 Mulholland Drive
- 1 Supernatural
- 1 True Blood
- 1 Veronika Decides to Die
- 3 Wuthering Heights


See them HERE...
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[17 Jun 2012|11:47am]

8 New Wallpapers
- 1 Angel
- 3 Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- 1 Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
- 2 Mulholland Drive
- 1 Twin Peaks


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[03 Oct 2011|04:45pm]

10 Wallpapers
- 2 Buffy/Dean
- 2 Doctor Who
- 1 Harry Potter
- 1 Mulholland Drive
- 1 True Blood
- 2 Vampire Diaries
- 1 X-Files


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[28 Dec 2008|08:48pm]


Θ 3 icons Neve Campbell 
Θ 6 icons Emily Blunt
Θ 5 icons Shannyn Sossamon
Θ 32 Dark icons
Θ 8 icons The L Word
Θ 8 icons Naomi Watts
Θ 8 icons Buffy

24.gif image by _tribades_ 16.gif image by _tribades_ 54.gif image by _tribades_


...I'm a mess... )

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[02 Nov 2008|01:47am]


I made some Mulholland Drive icons which are at my journal here


comments = love
credit if taking
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MULHOLLAND DR.: LJ Header! [11 Jul 2008|12:31am]

01] Please comment!
02] Credit mrbnatural or iconzicons if taking!
03] No hotlinking or altering, please!
04] I hate you. I hate us both.

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iCons [26 Apr 2007|02:56am]

Hiya all. I made some MD icons...

01-04 = Silence of the Lambs
05-20 = The Lost Boys
21-40 = Mulholland Drive

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Newbie Theories [23 Dec 2006|04:38pm]

[ mood | thoughtful ]

I watched Mulholland Drive for the first time a couple of days ago.   Afterward, I got online and read all the reviews, theories and explanations I could find.  Then I watched the movie again.

There seems to be one main recurring theory for the film that I kept finding, and while I agree with several aspects of it, I do have a few ideas of my own.

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[12 Jun 2006|02:10pm]

I'd like to introduce mulholland__dr's newest affiliate: lynch_stillness. :)

Basically, this is an icon challenge community relating to all things David Lynch - so if you are an icon maker, please join!

And even if you don't make icons, you can still join and vote. ;)

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[12 Mar 2006|10:43pm]

Lovefilm.com's Top 10 Sexiest Movie Moments

1. 'Secretary' – Spanking scene
2. 'Brokeback Mountain' – Gyllenhaal and Ledger kiss
3. 'Out Of Sight' – Clooney and Lopez romance
4. 'Betty Blue' – The 1986 movie's opening sex scene
5. 'Cruel Intentions' – Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar kiss
6. 'Wild Things' – Neve Campbell and Denise Richards car washing scene
7. 'Rear Window' – James Stewart's character is woken by Grace Kelly's kiss
8. 'The Fabulous Baker Boys Sweet' – Michelle Pfeiffer singing Makin' Whoopee
9. 'Muholland Drive' – Betty (Naomi Watts) and a mystery woman (Laura Harring) share a bed
10. 'The Hunger' - Catherine Deneuve's vampire scene with Susan Sarandon
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[30 Oct 2005|02:35am]

[ mood | blah ]

I'd like to welcome our new affiliate, laura__love, which is a community for Laura [Elena] Harring. :)

We all love our Rita/Camilla, so join away! :D

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The PHOTO-IMAGERY and FILMS of David Lynch [13 Oct 2005|07:58pm]
Thought you all might like to know about something cool going on in Miami Beach, Florida.
Is anyone here near there? If so, check out the PHOTO-IMAGERY and FILMS of DAVID LYNCH at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, 512 Espanola Way on South Beach, 305 673 4567 and www.MBCINEMA.com.

Justin Theroux just surprised the audience by stopping by for the opening night (Blue Velvet), and Richard Green (Bondar the Magician in MD) will be there HALLOWEEN WEEKEND...
The film retrospective and exhibition continues all October. Here is a Miami Herald article about it:

David Lynch: obsessive artist
BY RENE RODRIGUEZ rrodriguez@herald.com

It is one of the not-so-small miracles of the American film industry that it continues to make room for David Lynch. Not since Luis Buñuel has there been a filmmaker whose subversive imagination and surrealist approach to storytelling found such a wide -- and appreciative -- audience.

Lynch is the subject of this month's Great Directors showcase at the Miami Beach Cinematheque's excellent retrospective series, which is headlined by two rare screenings of 1977's Eraserhead (showing Oct. 28 and 29), Lynch's first -- and unquestionably strangest -- film.

Shot mostly on weekends over the span of five years, Eraserhead has a plot of sorts -- a man, played by Jack Nance, is abandoned by his girlfriend and left to raise their deformed child -- but is best approached as an immersing, hallucinatory experience. The movie's nightmarish, often repulsive imagery; its black-and-white cinematography that resembles an industrial film; its dreamlike logic and symbolism; and its dense sound mix are all closer to experimental art than conventional filmmaking, which helps explain why Eraserhead was rejected by both the Cannes and New York Film Festivals in 1976.

When it finally premiered in Los Angeles a year later, Eraserhead was greeted by negative reviews (Variety called it ``a sickening bad-taste exercise''). But the film became a sensation on the midnight-movie circuit, where it played for four years straight and brought Lynch his first Hollywood assignment, The Elephant Man. Seen today, in the context of Lynch's subsequent pictures, Eraserhead seems like an even more remarkable debut -- a pure distillation of his signature style and obsessions, unfettered by commercial concerns. If you've never seen it, you're in for a nasty treat: You never forget your first time watching Eraserhead.

Lynch's best-known film, 1986's Blue Velvet (showing at 8:30 tonight), is also his most influential. The concept of a picture-perfect suburbia harboring dark secrets has become so commonplace, it almost borders on cliché. But even as other filmmakers continue to weave variations on the theme (from A History of Violence to TV's Desperate Housewives), Lynch's subversion of small-town bliss remains the most cutting and perverse, anchored by Dennis Hopper's astonishing performance as evil personified.

Released the same year that his TV series Twin Peaks became a pop culture phenomenon, 1990's Wild at Heart (showing Oct. 14) was Lynch's playful, bizarre take on the American road picture. The story of on-the-run lovers Sailor (Nicolas Cage) and Lula (Laura Dern), the film alternates between fanciful whimsy (including odes to The Wizard of Oz and Elvis Presley) and bursts of shocking violence. But for all its prevailing weirdness, Wild at Heart is also Lynch's most romantic, emotional movie -- and it even has a happy ending.

Although it had its supporters, 1997's Lost Highway (showing Oct. 21) was a gloomy downer, recycling previous themes and visual motifs with little payoff. Despite some fascinating moments (including a great, terrifying bit involving Robert Blake and a cellphone), the movie was the work of an artist a little too obsessed with himself. After an unexpected (and excellent) foray into G-rated Disney territory with The Straight Story, Lynch returned to haunting form with 2001's Mulholland Drive (showing Oct. 27), a beguiling meditation on Los Angeles carved from a failed TV pilot that earned him his third Best Director Oscar nomination. Like much of Lynch's work, Mulholland Drive becomes richer and more entrancing each time you watch it -- an endless source of dark, tormenting pleasures.

Herald Movie Critic Rene Rodriguez will answer your questions online. Go to www.herald.com and click on Q&A.

Here is the complete schedule for The Great Directors: David Lynch series showing this month at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, 512 Española Way, Miami Beach. As part of the retrospective, the theater is also displaying an exhibit of Lynch's original photography, movie posters and memorabilia.

Actor/director Richard Green, who played Bondar the Magician in Mulholland Drive, will attend Q&A receptions on Oct. 27-29 to discuss Lynch's work and present his own film, Seven Year Zig Zag. Tickets are $6-$10. For more information, visit www.mbcinema.com or call 305-673-4567.

Oct 07
8:30 p.m.: Blue Velvet
Oct. 14
8:30 p.m. Wild at Heart
Oct. 21
8:30 p.m. Lost Highway
Oct. 27
8:30 p.m. Mulholland Drive (with Q&A with Richard Green/Bondar)
Oct. 28
8 p.m. I Don't Know Jack (documentary about actor Jack Nance, star of Eraserhead) (with Q&A with Exec. Prod. Richard Green)
9:30 p.m. Eraserhead
Oct. 29
8 p.m. Seven Year Zig Zag (with Q&A with Director Richard Green)
9:30 p.m. Eraserhead
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That's the Girl! [06 Aug 2005|09:15pm]


I see two additions, cobbled on like onto a house when a family grows. 

The psychiatric sequence, where they explore from the diner the patient's nightmare about the troll behind the dumpster.

The funny murders.

These were like self-contained units, bad dreams superimposed.  They could have been lifted out and torn no vital tissue.

You think?

The religious scene is at the center.  The old decrepit silent God, who merely is.  Does not move.  Does not talk. Like all his ilk.

"Okay," agrees the priest with no earthly prompting, "We'll stop the production."

The producer on the left of the two who demanded "That's the girl."  He demanded a means of spitting out his espresso.  He did not indicate he did not like the espresso, although the provider assumed that must be the case.  It would have been a traditional interpretation.  Men figure it that way, if you spit out their offering.  But then, you'd think, after the director is brought online with the scheme, the girl picked would be That's the girl, but she wasn't.  We see her picture and then never again, I think.

I think.


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Carousel [05 Aug 2005|03:30pm]


Once upon a time I had an epiphany.  I glimpsed a Posche going the opposite way, and then a perfect form driving it.

I thought, that Porsche created those lines.

Imagine a carousel, and you're holding your ticket, in a line.  You mount the zebra, the elephant, the horse, and your ride is designed by your position in line and aboard the carousel.

Anyone might be That's The Girl, or the blonde in the back of the limo on Mulholland Dr, or the brunette in the same position, or the blonde in the bugalow, or the waitress.  It all depends where the carousel is when it's your turn to ride.

Identity is strictly a matter of circumstance.


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[03 Jul 2005|09:56pm]

[ mood | calm ]

I just joined the community. I'm obviously a huge Mulholland Drive fan, why else would I be here? xP

Anyway, I have a quick question to ask! Well, my Molholland Drive CD just arrived in the mail yesterday, and I must say, I am in LOVE~ with it. :3 I was just wondering if anybody has the lyrics to "Mountains Falling"? And also, who is singing it? :O I did a brief search, but this was one of the songs I could not find the lyrcis to. :| Thanks a bunch! <3

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[08 Jun 2005|02:24pm]

Does anyone think that Mulholland Dr. is a cult film? Because, it has tons of "followers" and certainly isnt a main stream film. Just a thought.
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[07 Jun 2005|10:08am]

[ mood | excited ]

Inland Empire is on IMDb.com now!

Click it!

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a color bar [05 Jun 2005|10:01pm]

...I'm in here, but it's not day or night. It's kind of half-night, you know?

somewhere near sunset blvdCollapse )
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New Lynch Film! [12 May 2005|03:56pm]

David Lynch is making a new movie with StudioCanal. In fact, he's already been shooting it under the radar for two years.
Titled "INLAND EMPIRE" (in capitals, though Lynch doesn't explain why), it stars Laura Dern, along with Justin Theroux, Harry Dean Stanton, Jeremy Irons and a host of others Lynch won't specify.

In fact, there's still very little the enigmatic Lynch is comfortable to reveal about the movie.

"It's about a woman in trouble, and it's a mystery, and that's about all I want to say about it," he comments diffidently.

The title refers to the bleak residential area on the edge of the desert near L.A. -- the antithesis of the tony locale of his last movie "Mulholland Drive."

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intriguing! [26 Apr 2005|11:08pm]
PARIS - A French court has ordered DVD vendors to pull copies of the David Lynch film "Mulholland Drive" off store shelves as part of an unprecedented ruling against copy prevention techniques.

- http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7645680/

[ x-posted a bit ]
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