One of the last David Lynch films I had yet to watch. After knowing its source material roots in the O.J. Simpson Trial, I understood the notion of self-denial taking hold of one's sense of reality. It's a truly disturbing film that enjoys making you feel completely uncomfortable. Although you can use that last sentence to describe 90% of Lynch's career work, this one stands a little higher above the rest. I mean, that Pullman Sax solo is something I'll have in the back of my mind for years to come.
- The Spork Guy