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janvanham almost 2 years ago
Made me physically uncomfortable. Brilliant.
Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Amazing sound production. Excellent debut work from Lynch, if you like surrealism.
nope over 3 years ago
Best movie i've ever seen. Very dark and has terrible dystopic atmosphere.
Damian Campo over 3 years ago
Definitely a strange movie with a weird development. A must see if you like surrealism.
Taylor Mead almost 5 years ago
Mindfuckery at its finest
Katherine Shaw 5 years ago
disturbing dystopian fantasy, one of the best
Griffin Maurer 5 years ago
Wickedly disturbing, Eraserhead is frustratingly baffling, if not satisfyingly deep.
Fernando Olivas over 5 years ago
That chicken baby...
Charlie Alcock over 5 years ago
Intense psychosexual surrealism. Need to watch more Lynch.
Kate Du-Rose almost 6 years ago
Genuinely disturbing. Completely re-watchable. A bizarre, surreal kitchen sink drama
Zach Sly almost 6 years ago
A truly uplifting film about the trials of life in an industrial world. A must see!
Austin over 6 years ago
Lynch is a master of the surreal, and he proves it with his first, perhaps best, film.
Luca Andreola over 6 years ago
I hate how overrated D.Lynch is.tons of better underground weird sick movies around imho
Vee Repo-Haalo over 6 years ago
I'm a sucker for David.. Love this movie.
Andrew Hill over 6 years ago
Cult classic, but read the Wiki entry before seeing it.
Jan Wierzbowski over 6 years ago
Industrial surrealism at its finest.
Greg Scorzo almost 7 years ago
Amazing film about a mysterious world that illuminates the human emotions of our own.
Link WalkHere almost 7 years ago
Mesmerising, jarring, confusing with spatterings of photographic genius
Simon over 7 years ago
"There's nothing to get."
Nine Lives 6 months ago
Eraserhead is a 1977 American surrealist film and the first feature film of David Lynch, who wrote, produced and directed. Lynch began working on the film at the AFI Conservatory, which gave him a $10,000 grant to make the film after he had begun working there following his 1971 move to Los Angeles. The grant was not sufficient to complete the film and, as a result, Lynch worked on Eraserhead intermittently, using money from odd jobs and from friends and family, including boyhood friend Jack Fisk, a production designer and the husband of actress Sissy Spacek, until its 1977 release. Eraserhead polarized and baffled many critics and movie-goers, but has become a cult classic. 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." Eraserhead is set in the heart of an...
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