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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ben Peyton's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

    Best horror film of the 90's. Come at me.

  2. Lex Lucas's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

    The fact this short is a hidden sequence-shot shows the continually elusive magic of cinema on our perception of reality and continuity, wich is the core of cinema itself.

  3. thelastronaut's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

    A nightmare that remains with you.

  4. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

    The rules for this silent tribute were that it had to be less than 1 minute long, shot on silent-era equipment, using in-camera editing with no more than 3 shots. Lynch does well with the challenge: this is a coherent, 55-second condensation of his Lynchisms (noir rewired with a spiritual psychotrip) that gets shotgunned through the screen like the darkest fantasy sketch Georges Melies never made.

  5. Matthew Catanzano's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

    He says he did this in one take, damned if I know how.

  6. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

  7. Ana Sousa's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

  8. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

  9. Dale Wittig's rating of the film Premonition Following an Evil Deed

    David Lynch was invited by Sarah Moon and Philippe Poulet to celebrate the first centenary of cinema by making a film using the first motion picture camera, the original Cinematographe used by the Lumière Brothers. Thirty nine others made films but by common agreement his was the most ambitious and fully realized. It had to be shot in one continuous take by sunlight and could last no more than fifty five seconds.