David Lynch’s New ‘Crazy Clown Time’ Video: Intense Psychotic Backyard Craziness (NSFW)

What could be more wholesome and all-American than a backyard barbecue? Unless, of course, the backyard in question belongs to David Lynch.

Lynch has long-since established himself as a sort of anti-Norman Rockwell. This week, with the release of a new video to go with his debut music album, Crazy Clown Time, Lynch stays true to form. As he explained to Entertainment Weekly when the video was still in production, “A ‘Crazy Clown Time’ should have an intense psychotic backyard craziness, fueled by beer.” Yesterday Lynch offered further explanation when he sent a message on Twitter announcing the release: “Be the 1st on your block to see the Advancement of the Race which Conway Twitty spoke so clearly.”

The video lasts seven minutes and might be considered NSFW, depending on your office’s policy on nudity, demonic wailing and depictions of people pouring lighter fluid on their spiked mohawk hairdo and setting it afire.

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  • soothslayer says:

    Poor David Lynch doesn’t realize this stuff is a dime a dozen on the Interwebs now. Maybe relevant before the Internet… maybe.

  • J.B says:

    Agreed. These aren’t the Droids you’re looking for… Move along.

  • trane3 says:

    What is so salacious about seeing breasts in their entirety?nIf breasts are showing, why do you have to block out the nipple? Are breasts and nipples (that which babies sukle) “dirty”? Why can primetime TV show graphic violence but not breasts? It seems to me that the ready available and copious amount of violent acts and mayhem are pornographic, not the human breast!

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