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By Jason Hutnick, MoreHorror.com

In Heaven, everything is fine. You’ve got your good things. And I’ve got mine.”

David Lynch is a director that is constantly pushing the limits of surreal cinema. From his first short film Six Figures Getting Sick, to his most recent film Inland Empire and all the strange films he has done in between. He makes the viewer really think about what there witnessing even long after the viewer watched the movie. I can go on all day and night about how he has never made a bad film. However, this review is about his first feature film Eraserhead. A film that is hard to swallow and lingers in your subconscious long after the credits roll.

Eraserhead came out in 1977, and is one of the original “Midnight Movies” (Other midnight movies include Pink Flamingos, El Topo, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Night of the Living »

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