David Lynch’s ‘Friday the 13th’

Whatever Friday the 13th means to you, why not ruminate on what the fifth iteration of the classic horror film would have been like if David Lynch directed it?

Taking Lynch’s signature surface level editing and directorial affinities, the brief peak at an alternate Friday the 13th Part V features a giddy diner waitress, the look and sound of flickering neon, strange dancing, dialogue chopped and cut in reverse, a skinless chicken, lots of screaming, all set against a jazzy score. Enjoy. 

Or just go watch Fire Wak With Me—that’s always good for a hair raising.

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