Eraserhead (1977) 720p YIFY Movie

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 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 85

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


blehReviewed bymayhemltdVote: 4/10

there are few words that are more misused than surrealism. eraserhead is not a work of surrealism. surrealism links the unconscious with the conscious. bizarre, pointless images that come from nowhere and fail to connect two states of being is not surrealism. it's just disjointed and random oddness. i think the films of david lynch take the cake for inducing the emporor new clothes effect in people. i can follow just about anything, even the poems of antonin artaud, but this film makes no sense and doesn't even make sense in terms of making no sense. it connects nothing to nothing and doesn't even do that in an existential way. existentialism and surrealism are schools of thought and have rules and it amazes me how so many people get suckered into believing anything that is solipsistic or just plain weird is surreal. i hated this movie.

Ask six people exactly what Eraserhead is about, and you will get six different answersReviewed byB-J-CVote: 10/10

I sometimes dream of waking to a completely dark world, a world with no sunlight and minimal artificial light. My vision is blurred, but there is nothing to see. The streets are virtually empty, and my friends and family are lifeless; sitting, standing or even walking, but with nothing to do or say, and nowhere to go. No questions are asked because there is nothing to learn, nothing is discussed because nothing is interesting. And it is this dismal reality I am faced with, only partially aware that there is anything better.

The existence I dream of is somewhat reminiscent of the world of Henry Spencer, the main character in Eraserhead, who becomes father to a hideously deformed baby. That's what the film is about at face value, but the very style in which it is portrayed is the real beauty of it. The setting and scenery makes the film one of the most desperately depressing I have ever seen. And although Henry seems to be devoid of any spark of personality, we can't help but sympathise with him throughout the film.

Similar to my dream, the only form of light is artificial, the streets are virtually empty, and the only person in the entire film who has any personality is the father-in-law, and the only thing he has to talk about is his poor health. He also seems to be the only one with any link to better times. ("I've watched this city turn from pastures to the hell-hole it is now.") The city they live in is completely industrialized, and the only plant life seen is dead, and in a pile of soil on Henry's bedside table.

Some have suggested it is based after a nuclear holocaust, but nothing is explained to any conclusion. One of the beauties of this film is that it practically begs the viewer to decide for themselves what any of it means, and there are many theories. I warn you not to read the message board of Eraserhead before you see the film, as it is so much more powerful and chilling to experience it first-hand.

The first time I saw Eraserhead, I was completely confused. It is possible that David Lynch just put a load of random imagery together and called it a film. Maybe he wanted the viewers to put it all together and make their own sense of it (or not). On the other hand, there might actually be a set formula behind it and only the very open-minded and discerning audience can properly decipher it.

One viewing of Eraserhead is enough to raise about a dozen questions, and to leave you gasping for answers. Two viewings are probably enough to give you theories about some of the cryptic depictions hauntingly portrayed. Three viewings might be enough to give you a completely different set of theories, battling persistently against your previous conceptions, but still leaving just a few details that don't quite seem to fit in. The truth is that there may be parts that don't make sense in one interpretation, but fit in perfectly to another. You could probably watch Eraserhead several times, and each time see a slightly different story. Or if you were to ask six different people exactly what Eraserhead is about, you would get six different answers, each equally correct in their own right, and each equally confused.

That being said, this definitely isn't a film for everyone. This is the first Lynch film I have seen, and it certainly won't be the last. But there will no doubt be many who see this purely as a lot of clever mind tricks and special effects (for its time, anyway.) There will be those who don't like much to think about, and want it all explained bit by bit in perfect detail. Well, Eraserhead is an epitome of everything such moviegoers will hate. I will say this for certain: If your favourite films are 'Love Actually' or 'Dude, Where's My Car?', you probably won't get much out of Eraserhead. But for those who like their concepts challenged once in a while, this film will probably be one to watch again and again until you understand. This is also not a film to be forgotten easily. Love it or hate it, Eraserhead will stay with you for a very long time.

Reviewed byB-J-C ([email protected])Vote: 10/10/10

I sometimes dream of waking to a completely dark world, a world with nosunlight and minimal artificial light. My vision is blurred, but thereis nothing to see. The streets are virtually empty, and my friends andfamily are lifeless; sitting, standing or even walking, but withnothing to do or say, and nowhere to go. No questions are asked becausethere is nothing to learn, nothing is discussed because nothing isinteresting. And it is this dismal reality I am faced with, onlypartially aware that there is anything better.

The existence I dream of is somewhat reminiscent of the world of HenrySpencer, the main character in Eraserhead, who becomes father to ahideously deformed baby. That's what the film is about at face value,but the very style in which it is portrayed is the real beauty of it.The setting and scenery makes the film one of the most desperatelydepressing I have ever seen. And although Henry seems to be devoid ofany spark of personality, we can't help but sympathise with himthroughout the film.

Similar to my dream, the only form of light is artificial, the streetsare virtually empty, and the only person in the entire film who has anypersonality is the father-in-law, and the only thing he has to talkabout is his poor health. He also seems to be the only one with anylink to better times. ("I've watched this city turn from pastures tothe hell-hole it is now.") The city they live in is completelyindustrialized, and the only plant life seen is dead, and in a pile ofsoil on Henry's bedside table.

Some have suggested it is based after a nuclear holocaust, but nothingis explained to any conclusion. One of the beauties of this film isthat it practically begs the viewer to decide for themselves what anyof it means, and there are many theories. I warn you not to read themessage board of Eraserhead before you see the film, as it is so muchmore powerful and chilling to experience it first-hand.

The first time I saw Eraserhead, I was completely confused. It ispossible that David Lynch just put a load of random imagery togetherand called it a film. Maybe he wanted the viewers to put it alltogether and make their own sense of it (or not). On the other hand,there might actually be a set formula behind it and only the veryopen-minded and discerning audience can properly decipher it.

One viewing of Eraserhead is enough to raise about a dozen questions,and to leave you gasping for answers. Two viewings are probably enoughto give you theories about some of the cryptic depictions hauntinglyportrayed. Three viewings might be enough to give you a completelydifferent set of theories, battling persistently against your previousconceptions, but still leaving just a few details that don't quite seemto fit in. The truth is that there may be parts that don't make sensein one interpretation, but fit in perfectly to another. You couldprobably watch Eraserhead several times, and each time see a slightlydifferent story. Or if you were to ask six different people exactlywhat Eraserhead is about, you would get six different answers, eachequally correct in their own right, and each equally confused.

That being said, this definitely isn't a film for everyone. This is thefirst Lynch film I have seen, and it certainly won't be the last. Butthere will no doubt be many who see this purely as a lot of clever mindtricks and special effects (for its time, anyway.) There will be thosewho don't like much to think about, and want it all explained bit bybit in perfect detail. Well, Eraserhead is an epitome of everythingsuch moviegoers will hate. I will say this for certain: If yourfavourite films are 'Love Actually' or 'Dude, Where's My Car?', youprobably won't get much out of Eraserhead. But for those who like theirconcepts challenged once in a while, this film will probably be one towatch again and again until you understand. This is also not a film tobe forgotten easily. Love it or hate it, Eraserhead will stay with youfor a very long time.

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