But I think I may have just said the key name—David Lynch. True fans know, but there is no other director like him. I mean, of course, right? He’s one of the only directors who has his own “ian.” You know what I mean. Kubrickian, Spielbergian, and of course, Lynchian. For the latter, it pretty much means any film that employs dreamy, surrealistic imagery with usually off-putting, scary sound effects. And while Lost Highway is probably the most Lynchian movie out there, Mulholland Drive is in my mind his most effective. And scary to boot! That’s why I have five reasons why I consider Mulholland Drive to be a horror movie, and a great one at that.

Oh, and spoilers up ahead.

Source: Cinema Blend

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