Nick’s review published on Letterboxd:
I had no idea what to expect. I mean... I've seen Rabbits and Inland Empire and Lost Highway and like Dumbland so I had some idea. My roommates however, actually had no idea what to expect. So I sit us down and say, "alright fellow human beings, let us watch a film". I go on Netflix and fire this baby boy Jack up and... Proceeded to laugh in my roommates face for 17 minutes. It was pretty funny y'all and I don't say that often. Back to more important things, my roommates. One knows Twin Peaks and was kind of down. The other was losing his shit and it was great. I showed him Mother! and my guy was literally pacing around the downstairs, so I always get a good reaction out of him. He loved Trash Humpers though, as you probably should. Anyway, Jack Cruz for best actor in a leading role 2021 and David Lynch for best supporting actor 2021. Really though, why did Netflix pick this up? What is that? What am I suppose to feel about a David Lynch Netflix original? Was it just cause it was already made and they knew they could just hype it up? Why does this exist David? Why did someone produce this? Who are you Sabrina? Would you like to produce one of my films I've written? They're pretty radicool and could make the big bux for sure.