Rabbits is a 2002 mini-series by David Lynch. Rabbits is presented with the tagline "In a nameless city deluged by a continuous rain... three rabbits live with a fearful mystery". In addition, the set and some footage of Rabbits are reused in Lynch's Inland Empire.

The 50 Weirdest Movies Ever Made

David Lynch's "Rabbits" - One of the absolutely weirdest films I've ever seen.

Suite David Lynch // Lutetia Paris

When David Lynch fell in love with lithography at Idem Paris

Davids Lynch & Bowie

The Davids: David Lynch & David Bowie for the film "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me", 1992

David Lynch's amazing coiff

'' With these creepy words — intoned by the late Jack Nance — Blue Velvet director David…

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keyframedaily: “David Lynch’s “paintings and assemblages place his movies—or at least the great ones, Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire—in the setting of his art work and not.

Blue Velvet, David Lynch

Recently reissued on Blu-ray, David Lynch’s Blue Velvet remains one of the most influential American films of the Paul takes a look back.

So moving and disturbing, a great realization of what Los Angeles does to people. And Naomi Watt's pivot is masterful.

Mulholland Dr. (2001)

Best Film Posters : Some of my unused covers for Criterion Collection’s Mulholland Dr.