If you can explain what’s going on in David Lynch’s mind, you need help but I still want in. No other film on Lynch’s resume perhaps with the exception of Eraserhead exhibits the insane mindset of its creator better than Lost Highway, a movie where using “surreal” to describe it seems like a cruel insult. On the surface, it looks like a noir story about a man convicted of murder who morphs into the bodies of younger people to escape his fate but that’s just a report of the events. It feels like something that mere mortals aren’t meant to understand in order to protect them from bursting the cocoon of comfort they constantly keep around them. Oh and it stars Bill Pullman in one of the most underrated performances of his career. The Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff (231 W. Jefferson Blvd.) has been celebrating Lynch’s films with a series of screenings that culminates with “Lost Highway” on its original 35 mm format at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 15. The event also features live “behind the screen” musical performances by Flesh Narc, Thin Skin, Jesus Chris and the Beetles and Filth. Tickets are $10 for the film, $6 for the concert and $14 for both at thetexastheatre.com.