Such a fever dream of a film that almost doesn’t seem real in my memory
One of Lynch’s best efforts packed solid direction & his usual oddness. Plus, a chilling, scene-stealing performance by Hopper.
A stylish neo noir mystery that blew me away!
One of Lynch’s best films. It has his stylish weirdness and great performances by the actors. Beautifully shot with great music.
Weird, amazing, disturbing noir. Lynch at his best.
Felt like a weird morality play. Great performances from all but Hopper almost comes out of the screen he's so epic level evil. Whew!
Possibly the most surreal two hours of my life? It won’t be to everyone’s taste but I was captivated
Not my favorite Lynch film, but it's still a Lynch film
It was weird but like, good weird,, and not confusing either
Not nearly as hard hitting as his opus, Mulholland Drive but it's still unlike anything you'll see in the noir genre.
Life ain't all peaches and cream behind the white picket fence. Sometimes it's torture porn and oxygen masks.
David Lynch isn't for everyone, but the initial 'find' is a fantastic story opener, drawing the protagonist and viewer into a hidden world.
trippy, disturbing, and macabre in all the best ways
really interesting + weird in the best way - every scene provoked a lot of thought during + after
Fantastic peak David Lynch neo-noir story. The acting, the dialog and the colour pops and keeps you riveted
I love the way dark and twisted elements pop into this perfect suburban scenario, making the plot slowly descending into nightmare territory
If your into David Lynch, mind benders you’ll love this movie.
One of the most enigmatic films out there, a must watch if you’re there for the understanding and meaning
Such a disturbing and yet beautiful movie. Fave scene is Dean Stockwell singing a Roy Orbison song
A nightmarish look into a world we're lucky to never see, but one that is always there, lurking just beneath the surface.