Tag Archives: david lynch

Outer Space

New Year’s Day saw the unleashing of the Criterion Collection’s annual teaser comic. Although some riddles remain obtuse, Criterion was merciful enough to make plain what is in the opinion of this Anobium editor unbeatable news: David Lynch’s Eraserhead is getting the Criterion treatment in 2013! Have you ad sale experience, dear reader? Do you […]

Reading 2666: Part II

This is the second part of a dialogue/collaborative review about Roberto Bolano’s 2666 between contributors Jacob Singer and Benjamin van Loon. Read Part I here. – – – JACOB SINGER: The novel is broken into five sections, and the first book follows four academics (all from different European countries) searching for the mysterious novelist Benno […]

Ennealogic 2012: Week 21

Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. 1. Slow-motion steel cutting. Strangely mesmerizing. Possibly trance-inducing. 2. “City of Glass” by L A N D. “But […]

Where Do We Get Our Gods?

Somehow, Dennis Hopper got me in his car. Not the Easy Rider or the Waterworld Hopper, either. This was the Frank Booth version. Straight out of Blue Velvet—or Hell—unbridled libidinal aggression and all. The unholy father, ruler of the eponymous American underworld. That weird, sadistic sex-mongrel motherfucker. That Frank Booth. The one that cried ‘Mommy’ between Isabella Rossellini’s […]