We Go Into Fire and Darkness For This Week’s Theme….

aff93adaf130b8491eac4383663fa6be“I like darkness and confusion and absurdity, but I like to know that there could be a little door that you could go out into a safe life area of happiness.” – David Lynch

MV5BNDg0NzU3NjMzNV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwODAxMTI5._V1_SY317_CR2,0,214,317_AL_This week we go “into the darkness” by paying tribute to an extraordinary writer, director, and producer David Lynch. He created memorable pieces of film such as the highly acclaimed horror classic, ERASERHEAD. He put his mark in the television world by making us all wonder…..Who killed Laura Palmer? That question may be answered this week through pictures, clips, and much more!

We Always Need Your Help, CInsomniacs! You are the ones who keep Mr. Lobo going as well as the rest of the Cinema Insomnia family. We challenge you to represent the theme of the week! How can you do that? Tell us and show us your favorite “misunderstood” cult classic film by commenting or posting about them on our pages!

Some of you who enjoy dressing up, put on your costumes and post pictures representing the theme and you will see your picture on our pages! If any of you have vintage posters or create animations representing the theme share those as well! If you know or find pictures and video clips matching the theme post them or your personal pictures on our Facebook pages, Tumblr, Twitter, or Instagram with #CIThemeoftheweek!

If you “survived” and represented the Theme of the Week, you can purchase the “David Lynch” print off of the Horror Host Magazine Etsy page to add to your collection to show everyone you participated this week! Get Ready for a “Mysterious” Week!

One Reply to “We Go Into Fire and Darkness For This Week’s Theme….”

  1. After CARNIVAL OF SOULS, I must say NIGHT TIDE comes to mind! Made in the early 1960’s, it’s the tale of a lonely sailor meeting a carnival mermaid…only thing is she actually believes she IS a mermaid! Worse, her last 2 boyfriends have died by drowning(!) Restored digitally and starring a young Dennis Hopper, it is a delightful dark picture with one message: Next time you see your girl?…check for fins!

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