cammots’s review published on Letterboxd:
The more I think about this film, the more I fall in love with it, which seems to be standard for most of Lynch's work. The entire film had a dreamy atmosphere that perfectly blended into the horrific nightmare it turned into. It was bizarre and unique and everything I love about Lynch. I genuinely think this is one of the best examples of good storytelling in film. The way the plot began to reveal itself and all the pieces came together at the end was mind-blowing. I can't wait to give this a rewatch because I think it will be a completely different experience.
Everyone talks about that jumpscare, but I think Billy Ray’s cameo jarred me more than anything else in this film.