A filmmaker. He smokes two packs of American Spirit cigarettes a day, and meditates. He has recently requested 7 Billion dollars in donations to 'create world peace.' David Lynch's movies are creepy, lifeless, and disturbing. So is David Lynch. He preaches that meditation and learning how to breath better will calm you down, make you more intelligent and allow you to 'create.' What nobody is sure of is if he is referring to smoking cigarettes or not. While he does worship Maharishi Yogi, the inventor of "Transcendental Meditation" and has recently been campaigning for him to obtain 7 billion dollars, no one is certain how cigarettes make you breath better, but we know they certainly calm you down, and there is no scientific evidence that cigarettes make you any more intelligent than meditation. David Lynch is also an artist who creates exhibits out of moldy cheese, dead animal parts, dead bugs and rotten food.
"David Lynch is crazier than the characters in one of his movies."
by sternwise October 2, 2006
A generally kind of creepy movie packed with metaphors, designed to make you uncomfortable and intrigued. Watching a David Lynch film is a very unique experience. To fully understand the themes and story you usually have to watch the films multiple times. The creative use of representation is reminiscent of the symbolism found in dreams. Genres include neo-noir, murder mystery, surrealistic horror, experimental, and maybe comedy.
Good David Lynch Film: Eraserhead, Elephant man, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks season 1 and 2, Inland Empire, Mulholland Drive, Lost Highway, The Straight Story, and ALL of his short films. Bad David Lynch Film: Wild at Heart, Dune, Twin Peaks movie(unless you loved the show)
by sstorydude July 8, 2011