- Lynch + -ian (Wiktionary)
“The late writer David Foster Wallace defined the word "Lynchian" as referring to "a particular kind of irony where the very macabre and the very mundane combine in such a way as to reveal the former's perpetual containment within the latter".”
“In a concrete cube dug into the side of a sheer slope in the Hollywood hills, not far from Mulholland Drive, a conversation is taking place that can only be described as "Lynchian".”
“Between this and Parents (1989), which also starred Randy Quaid, I had a lot of love for "Lynchian" films before I had ever even seen David Lynch film.”
“It's too easy to describe anything that's kinda creepy as being "Lynchian," but I can't think of a more apt term for this old Scopitone video that Spike Priggen of Bedazzled sent me.”
“There are also smatterings of live drums, even field recordings of ceremonial voodoo drums from New Orleans on the notably 'Lynchian' 'Balancing On A Bouncing”
“(One "Lynchian" moment I remember was when David realized there was a cockroach on his toothbrush while he was brushing his teeth.)”
“Lynchian" was the high praise adjective the jury gave to the animated winner, Veljko Popovic's "She Who Measures.”
“As has been cited more than a few times, Calvi is certainly influenced by Lynchian motifs, but there's infinitely more to her, which is best discovered live.”
“Also, the dramatic and suspenseful orchestral swell as they were first nearing the gate, and then actually going through the gate, was to me pretty silly … as if Scorsese was trying out some Lynchian technique and just failing miserably.”
“I know movies a little, and “Lynchian” (commenter above) is not a word and has no place here.”
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