Lost Highway (1997)
The transformation scene in the jail cell is an homage to a nearly identical scene in The Testament of Dr. Mabuse.
Noir themes, titles over shot of highway at night.
Dual identity themes explored.
Long shots of the highway with the yellow line streaming down the frame
spousal murder via insanity, hallucinated phone threats
Scene in which Fred meets the Mystery Man at a party.
When 'Bill Pullman' agonizes during the ending of the film, his make-up changes to one identical to radiator lady's face.
According to 'David Lynch' this movie takes place in the same fictional universe as the series. Both share themes of dual identities, secrets and shortcuts in space and time.
According to 'David Lynch' this movie takes place in the same fictional universe as this movie. Both share themes of dual identities, secrets and shortcuts in space and time.
The mystery man is looking and laughing exactly the same as Dracula in Coppolla's film
'David Lynch' reprises his role of mogue attendant from this movie in a deleted scene.
A small poster can be seen in Jip's room.
Adulterous wife and secret society themes intermixed with heavy eroticism.
Mentioned by Andreas
Video box seen in Blockbuster Video during "To Be Or Not to Be"
Tim: "I'm already there." Bilbo (suddenly frightened, holding a phone):"What?"
Many of the same plot points show up in both titles, such as a dead wife, memory repression, and duality of the characters.
A conversation with a stranger in the restaurant.
The creepy Shake on the haunted TV says, "I'm in your house!" and then says "Call me", referencing a scene between Fred and the Mystery Man.
Soundtrack drones are clearly inspired by Lynch's movie
we can see the famous highway marks during a few seconds
Poster seen in Alex's room.
In Lost Highway, the main character also receives anonymous videotapes of his house that he is secretive about, and the Laurent surname is shared with a character from that film, whose murder is mysteriously announced over the house's intercom.
When Nick Angels driving his car, it looks the exact same way as in the famous night driving sequence in Lost Highway.
Similar key scene: Main character slowly entering a black corridor that mirror his mind.
Mentioned in dialogue by employee.
This documentary analyses the main place that David Lynch gives to the sound in his movie Lost Highway
Similar use of VHS tapes
DVD is shown in a video store.
A voice on an answering machine says, "Anne Miller is dead." At the end, it's revealed who left the message.
Poster is shown.
Poster is shown.
Poster is shown.
The moment, when hosts Hannibal Buress and Eric Andre pull out the camcorders to ask Mel B a question, is likely a reference to the David Lynch - film "Lost Highway".
"Dick Laurent is Dead " is the headline on a newspaper
another film audiences were split in their feelings toward
According to 'David Lynch' takes place in the same fictional universe.
Shots of driving with headlights on dark roads.
Maxie mentions the film by name.
the whole disturbing, surreal soundscape and the freeway scene are inspired by David Lynch and this movie
The movie take the title and part of the aesthetics from that movie
Shots of the road at night are closely matching.
Tom: "Robert Blake, in 'Lost Highway'"
Subtly mentioned by one of the characters.
This film contains scenes from Lost Highway.
The video for "Rammstein" contains several clips from this film.
featured in documentary
Bill Pullman and Robert Blake meeting scene
movie is discussed and analyzed
Shown in the background video
The opening scene with Short as David Lynch spoofs the opening of "Lost Highway", specifically the road line with the camera swaying across it. In addition, typical Lynch-motives are mentioned by the voice over narration.