It starts off like a K-Mart version of Blue Velvet and turns into the most bonkers rubber movie I've ever seen. If you're at all into 80's horror, this is a must-watch.
I'm a Kevin Smith fanboy so that makes me biased. I really like this movie. It's creepily shot and manically acted. Johnny Depp and Michael Parks make a full Boxing Day Dinner of the scenery in an overacting contest that begs to be seen. It's still just about the most unsettling movie I've ever seen in a theater.