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Saturday Night Home Cinema


Eraserhead is a surrealist-horror film written and directed by David Lynch, and released in 1977. In 2004, the film was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. Lynch has called it a "dream of dark and troubling things" and his "most spiritual movie."

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Video Blogload: Eraserhead (1977) (rapidshare 8-parts)


Audio Blogload: Eraserhead Original Soundtrack [1982] -


The Lost Turntable said...

Please remove your link to my blog (The Lost Turntable) from your blogroll, I'm tired of seeing 10 backlinks to this site on my blog everyday, it clutters my site and you aren't really linking back to me that often, I'm just on your blogroll, which is horribly programmed to generate an excessive amount of links back to your site on my end.

MOOKIE said...

I'll remove you from the blogroll but FYI I don't do the programming. The folks at do. The same folks that wrote your linkback script.

munchausen said...

the first time i saw this movie, it was ona double feature with "the man who fell to earth"
when i left the cinema i didn't know who or where i was

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