Origin: From a proper name, combined with an English element. Etymons: proper name Lynch , .
Etymology: < the name of David Lynch (b. 1946), American film-maker + .
1984 Sept. 72/1
Eraserhead is likely to remain his most distinctive, purely Lynchian film.
There are numerous Lynchian touches in the pilot: traffic lights bizarrely suspended in the dark; a stuffed deer's head lying on a table in the foreground of a bank; the empty school corridor echoing to the headmaster's choked announcement of Laura's death over the Tannoy.
2002 2 Jan. ii. 19/1
Now critics are hailing this dreamlike film noir fable as a return to the vintage Lynchian weirdness of Blue Velvet and prime-time Twin Peaks.
2012 J. Nieland 39
A recurring Lynchian design fetish, these curtains echo the deep blue ones adorning the Slow Club stage.
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