Gavrilo’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of those movies that's hard to articulate why it's so consequential to the uninitiated. A great unmasking of a beloved TV show, and in that the show's central unforgivable act of familial betrayal made explicit to the shock and horror of an audience that should've known better. Comparable possibly only to THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE in terms of relentless fear driving a film straight into its inevitable demise. And like Marilyn Burns' Sally Hardesty, the scream of Sheryl Lee's Laura Palmer channels rage and loathing as much as it does pain and suffering.