Articles tagged david lynch, moby, shot in the back of the head video, fox, bat, strategy: a tribute to dave jaurequi

16 May 2008 // 3:40 AM

Not needing much new programming after beating the other networks senseless in the Nielsen ratings this season, and not having much to choose from anyway

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11 May 2008 // 10:00 PM

David Lynch is very much like God. I watch his movies the way I look at the creation of the world: most of the time I can’t claim to discern what’s going on, but someone seems to have gone to a great deal of trouble.

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David Lynch doesn’t want to be the spokesman for anything. The Oscar-nominated director still prefers to let his movies - such as “Eraserhead,” “The

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31 Mar 2008 // 10:02 PM

Moby: Last Night

Is this a return to favor for the man whose melodic, gospel-infused dance rock has been alternately scorned and grudgingly acknowledged over the past 10 to 15 years?

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21 Jan 2008 // 8:59 PM

The Donovan Concert: Live in Los Angeles

The concert acquires an unwavering sense of honesty and personal investment on Donovan’s part, and he never comes off as pretentious or ironic.

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14 Sep 2007 // 5:04 AM

‘K-Ville,’ premiering Monday on Fox

Set in post-Katrina New Orleans, “K-Ville” is a cop show that has a chance to be so much more than a cop show. But you

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13 Sep 2007 // 4:06 AM

The first new show of the fall season makes a quiet entrance Friday night, which is about right for a harmless, featherweight series. That would

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25 Jul 2007 // 5:00 AM

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Two years after Hurricane Katrina wreaked its destructive fury upon New Orleans, a new network television drama series is setting up shop

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25 Jul 2007 // 4:04 AM

LOS ANGELES—“Back to You” would seem to be a lock for big laughs and breakout success. It’s blessed with a classic Emmy Award-winning

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28 Jun 2007 // 1:57 AM

TYLER, Texas—It’s the third day in the first week of Lauren Jones’ trial by reality-TV fire, but the former Miss New York, “The

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3 Jun 2007 // 10:00 PM

The Strange World of David Lynch by Eric G. Wilson

You read it right, folks: Wilson has written one of that film's most astute descriptions without seeing a single frame.

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18 May 2007 // 3:32 AM

Fox is still looking for a cure to its split-personality TV season blues. The king of spring is annually appalling in the fall. But waiting

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25 Jan 2007 // 1:12 AM

Bingo! Bango! Bliss?? An interview with David Lynch

SEATTLE—It’s natural to think of David Lynch accompanied by a low, menacing hum in real life. Not an aura of bliss. But I’

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8 Jan 2007 // 1:00 AM

Inland Empire (2006)

Nikki's story takes her deep inside herself or deep inside the movie industry.No matter how you're inclined to read the film's final dancers, the scene offers a Lynchian Rorschach test. What you see tells you something about you.

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Moby: Go: The Very Best of Moby

Although there is no disputing the quality of the music on display, Go adds up to nothing so much as a big, fat missed opportunity.

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30 May 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Moby: Hotel

Moby needs a hug really, really badly.

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Wild at Heart: Special Edition (1990)

'The most rewarding thing about working with David,' says cinematographer Frederick Elmes, 'is helping him see the vision through.'"

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15 Dec 2003 // 12:00 AM

Eraserhead (1977)

Whatever it 'means,' Eraserhead makes clear that no one since the glory days of pre-color Hollywood understands the dramatic power of monochrome moviemaking better than David Lynch.

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2 Oct 2002 // 12:00 AM

And lo, the geek shall inherit the earth. Something lost in the translation, because Moby wasn’t meant to be this big. Prior to this

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20 Jun 2002 // 10:00 PM

	Moby: 18

18, the latest addition to Moby’s oeuvre, was released last month after much anticipation. His previous album, Play (1999), is the catalyst responsible for catapulting the

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Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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