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Eraserhead (1977)

Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child.

IMDB: 7.423 Likes

  • Genre: Fantasy | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 600.40M
  • Resolution: 1280*696 / 24fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 85
  • IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 
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  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 96

The Synopsis for Eraserhead (1977) 720p

Is it a nightmare or an actual view of a post-apocalyptic world? Set in an industrial town in which giant machines are constantly working, spewing smoke, and making noise that is inescapable, Henry Spencer lives in a building that, like all the others, appears to be abandoned. The lights flicker on and off, he has bowls of water in his dresser drawers, and for his only diversion he watches and listens to the Lady in the Radiator sing about finding happiness in heaven. Henry has a girlfriend, Mary X, who has frequent spastic fits. Mary gives birth to Henry's child, a frightening looking mutant, which leads to the injection of all sorts of sexual imagery into the depressive and chaotic mix.


The Director and Players for Eraserhead (1977) 720p

[Director]David Lynch
[Role:Mrs. X]Jeanne Bates
[Role:Mr. X]Allen Joseph
[Role:Mary X]Charlotte Stewart
[Role:Henry Spencer]Jack Nance


The Reviews for Eraserhead (1977) 720p


Reviewed byCoventryVote: 9/10/10

I'm always a bit worried when I'm about to express my love towards thismovie by the genius director David Lynch... I figure it's the perfectindicator for psychiatrists to claim that you're completely nuts :)

But what the heck, they're a lot of nutballs on this website, so I canspeak my mind freely. Indeed, I love this movie...although 'love' maybe a wrong term to describe my feelings towards it. This movie'fascinates' me is a much better saying. Usually, a movie is somethingin which you can live yourself in...in order to escape the stress ofreal life. Eraserhead is the exact opposite of that ! When watchingthis film, you can only hope that you'll never awake in the wold likeLynch shows it here. The horrible noises, the colorless and tastelesslocations and the insensible characters...you all hate to love it.Eraserhead takes a walk with your emotions, you don't know whether tobe disgusted or intrigued by it. So you'll feel uncomfortable whenwatching it and that's a wonderful experience for a cinema freak !

Eraserhead is the ultimate cult film in my opinion and a must see forevery fan of this delicious genre. In fact, I would go so far to sayyou can't call yourself a cult-freak if you haven't seen it yet.

David Lynch begins his highly impressive career with this one and itstill lives on. Eraserhead isn't his best film at all ( certainly notwhen it comes to storyline ) but it's his most deep and personal tale.25 years old and still the "weirdest" film ever. That's an achievement,certainly with all this artistic filmmakers lately...or, at least, theytry to be...)

I want to encourage as much people as possible to see this one, butit's for the best that some groups of people avoid it. Surely notrecommended if you're depressed or suicidal...The image of Jack Nanceand the rest of the cast could even put you more down, I think. Thetagline of this movie - "In heaven, everything looks fine" - couldbecome a stimulus, I'm afraid. Pregnant women and young couples in loveshould beware as well !! This film is the ultimate nightmare for thatwhat should be the greatest miracle of life...The hideous but yetharmless "baby" ( I really don't know how I should call it, actually)is the purest form of horror that ever occurred on the screen.

You must have respect for director David Lynch. If you imagine how hardit must have been to create and finance this production. But itworked...hell, even comedy legend Mel Brooks was deeply impressed.Based on this film, he decided to let Lynch direct "The Elephant Man" afew years later. By that, David's career was launched and of course hemade a masterpiece out of it. For me personally, his highlights werethe 80's with terrific movies like "Blue Velvet", "Dune" ( veryunderrated, in my opinion) and "Wild at Heart" at the end of thedecade. And let's not forget the best TV-series ever made: "TwinPeaks".

Please, watch this movie !! Three times in a row if possible. I know alot of people who just stopped watching it after half and hour ( orless ) and yelled "What the f*** is this ???". Real shame, if you askme. It's an insight to a great mind and a unique event. If you reallydon't see the magic of it, at least try to admire the very stylishhaircut of the main character. I'm thinking of doing the same thingwith mine...

The reason that I got into films in the first place!!!Reviewed bySkeptic459Vote: 10/10

In film school it is not cool to say you like David Lynch. Film students claim he is just a poor mans version of Luis Bunuel. Yes, I would say that Bunuel is more talented and is the king of surrealism. But Lynch is very good and his films do challenge the viewer. I actually have a deep affection for his films. When his films work, they really work! However, when they do not work, for example, Twin Peaks, Fire, Walk with Me or Lost Highway then they quickly launch themselves into self parody. Many people claim his material is too inconsistent and indulgent to be really liked very much.

What I find strange is that one reviewer here states that he feel duped by Lynch. Duped? Why? The films all have a story. They just have a narrative that works differently to conventional film making. If you look hard at the film and try to understand the subtext then you will pick up on what the film is about.

I saw this when I was 16. I knew nothing about films or film making then. A friend and I were bored so we decided to see a movie at capitol cinema. Capitol cinema used to be a cinema that played arty or small independent films. They used to play midnight showings of eraserhead. There was always someone smoking a joint in that place. However, you don't need drugs for this film. Lynch is drugs. This film just buzzes you out.

I had no idea what Eraserhead was about. I had never heard of Lynch and knew nothing about surrealism. I went in and was just totally blown away! Before this I had only really seen commercial blockbuster movies. Lynch gave me a whole knew perspective on what cinema is capable of. Eraserhead is the stuff of dreams. Lynch believes that watching a film is entering a dream state. Both my friend and I did not know what the hell was going on. I was fascinated...

Later I would learn this is a film about Lynch's own obsessions. His hatred of Philadelphia. His fear and anxiety at being a father. The film is just full of a kind of a compulsive, paranoid neurosis. It is a waking nightmare. He also seems to parody the nuclear family. 'Did you have sexual intercourse with my daughter?' Meanwhile that weird blond woman in his radiator seems to represent his escape. A way to transcend from his grim world. What I also find bizarre is that people then accuse him of having no sense of humor! What? There are always funny moments in his films. 'Did you have sexual intercourse with my daughter?'

Jack Nance is also very good as the main character. He seems to be playing the director and he gives a performance that is distant, spaced out and yet emotionally vulnerable. A really strange mix. The imagery is just brilliant. Black and white in an industrial wasteland. There is smoke here of course. It wouid not be a Lynch film without smoke! It also has a cool, grating industrial soundtrack that sets your nerves on edge. This is perfectly effective for the bleak tone of the film. It is so visually striking that the viewer will not forget the imagery quickly. There is a reason that this is a cult film. The other distinctive feature of this film is the long lingering shots. This reminds me of Jim Jarmusch and his movies like Dead Man and Ghost Dog. The length of the shots seems to have the effect of immersing the viewer in this strange industrial wasteland.

I have my own copy that I lend to friends. They then normally give it back to me saying that they only got through the first half hour. They also normally tell me that I am a weirdo for liking it. I think what frustrates people most about Lynch is that he will not give any explanations of what the film is about. So any interpretation is as good as any other. People want the film to be explained so they can understand it. Who said films must be understood or comprehensible? Why can't a film be abstract piece of art like a painting? Lynch's films are like an acid trip. To quote the great gonzo, Hunter S Thompson, 'buy the ticket, take the ride and if it gets a little heavier than what you had in mind, then put it down to forced consciousness expansion.'

So in other words, relax, stick it on and just run with it. Travel into someone else's nightmare for a change...

Don't believe the hypeReviewed byAndrew KnevettVote: 7/10

I like to think I have an open mind and look at movies or art objectively, which is why I gave Eraserhead a fair go. And I'm happy with horror or any movie going back to the silent era. I have a complete open mind.

Unfortunately I did not enjoy Eraserhead at all and I was happy when it was over. Why so critical of one of David Lynch's acclaimed early work you may rightly ask? Well nothing really happens in it. For most part of the film centres in one room and on two things: the main protagonist and a very unusual looking baby. There is little dialogue, no plot or story or character development.

My imagination was put into overdrive working out the scenes, any metaphors, whether the story took place in the past, future, some parallel universe or the warped mind of the protagonist of the film. Not a lot is given away.

Eraserhead is abstract art in black & white. This may have worked in 1977 but now it feels very dated, not the least bit frightening, way too long and I am afraid boring.

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