Aroview: The big-screen prequel charts a surreal path of events preceding the murder of Laura Palmer. Without the constraints of TV censorship Lynch turns convention on its ear and throws in the kitchen sink of no-nos, winding up with a disturbing horror melodrama that will both thrill and elucidate fans of the series.
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4 stars (Very Good) Further investigates the murder of Laura Palmer by exploring events that took place before the terrible night of her murder. In true Lynch style, it raises more questions than it answers. Much darker & more disturbing than the series.~GenXGirl
5 stars (Exceptional) Arguably Lynch's darkest, strangest film (no, really): a portrait of corrupted innocence where narrative takes a backseat to raw emotion and surreal impressionism. The effect is powerfully bleak and - in its sad, scary way - hauntingly beautiful.~fairbrother
4 stars (Very Good) Captivating performances from Sheryl Lee & Ray Wise. Its a David Lynch film - you don't know what's going to happen next or what's around the corner. Some wonderfully bizarre moments pop up when least expected as if to throw you off the scent.~tubbs