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The scariest movie not labeled horror. Intensely uncomfortable, because it confronts the viewer with truths about the debauchery, depravity, and evil of man, and the lie of suburban perfection.
Fearless performances from Rossellini and Hopper. The slightly off-kilter vibe MacLachlan gives off here is perfect. Brilliant meld of Lynchian surrealism and traditional narrative, the best mixture of 50s iconography and sadistic modernism. This is Lynch’s masterpiece.