I cried several times
“In heaven, everything is fine”
A bizarre, surreal, unsettling, mesmerizing, dystopian nightmare that feels unconcerned with the needs or wants of the audience, the truest kind of artistic expression where Lynch reflects all his thoughts, feelings, fears onto the screen regardless of how it’s viewer might feel.
Eraserhead is truly an otherworldly film in that regard. Almost infamous for its incomprehensibility, the film almost flows as an abstract painting where almost all of it is left to the audience’s interpretation…
Not nearly as watchable, entertaining, or creative as the first film or even all that deserving of the praise it gets. We’ve already seen these concepts done before. The whole “I’m having trouble balancing my personal life and my Spiderman life” was already done in the Sam Raimi films and Far From Home. I don’t know why the directors think they’re being all that creative when nothing new is done with the concept. And we already knew there was a…