Silencio! Have a Look Inside David Lynch's Trippy New Nightclub

· Club Silencio, the long-awaited Paris disco designed by renaissance man David Lynch, has opened its doors. The Guardian got a tour and a few snapshots, while Lynch told L'Express: "I have the feeling that I have coaxed out some of the atmosphere and the characters from my films, and even from my music." Which I guess makes the toilet... Dune? I'm so confused. Click through, take a look and stick around for your Thursday Buzz Break.



[Photos via The Guardian]

· If Club Silencio doesn't quite inspire confidence in Lynch, here's a terrific essay suggesting a Laura Dern intervention for the wayward filmmaker. [The Awl]

· Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 took the top spot in an MTV poll regarding summer movies. You'll never guess what earned the "Most Disappointing" booby prize. (Hint: You probably will guess. Give it a try!) [MTV]

· Paul Dano will reunite with his Meek's Cutoff director Kelly Reichardt for the "eco-terrorist" film Night Moves. What's it about? Co-star Peter Sarsgaard cites Marshall Curry's fine documentary If a Tree Falls as a sort of spiritual cousin. [The Playlist]

· Don't look now, but T.J. Miller is about to drop a rap record. [StumbleUpon]

· Quiz time! Can you name these summer-movie locations at a glance? [BuzzSugar]

· Speaking of summer -- it's almost over. Cheer or jeer accordingly, and bid it farewell in any case with the inaugural Farewell-to-Summer Pool-Scene Montage. [Nerve]