Lost Highway [Blu-ray]

Haunting sexuality, ricochet action and fleeting, murderous shadows await you on a journey that begins and ends on the Lost Highway. The successful jazz musician whose marriage is on the rocks… The man in black who threatens to expose him… The young mechanic with links to a powerful mobster… The mobster’s moll, who knows what she wants and the people who can get it for her. These are the riders on the Lost Highway, trapped in their worlds of desire, destiny, and unknown destination, where the truth is always just a short way further down the road. Featuring an electrifying soundtrack and a star-studded cast including Bill Pullman (Malice), Patricia Arquette (True Romance), Robert Blake (Busting), Balthazar Getty (White Squall), Gary Busey (Silver Bullet), Richard Pryor (Blue Collar) and Robert Loggia (Prizzi’s Honor), Lost Highway is an extraordinary, sensual fever dream from legendary filmmaker David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks).

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2 thoughts on “Lost Highway [Blu-ray]

  1. FINALLY, I SEE IT! Even though it’s still a shame that Universal hasn’t released this Lynch masterpiece on Blu-ray domestically (or at least given Criterion the nod to do so), I’m so happy to get my hands on this Japanese version. It’s FANTASTIC! Finally, I get to see those hidden details the foreign HD transfer has managed to pull out of this dark, noir film. The daylight/natural lit scenes really pop, reminiscent of some of the outdoor scenes from Blue Velvet. And while the nighttime/dimly lit scenes aren’t…

  2. “I liked that!!” The German Blu-ray looks great; it’s a very noticeable improvement over the DVD.I think Lost Highway is easier to understand then people think.In interviews with David Lynch, he talks about the OJ Simpson murder case, how, in his mind, OJ was indeed guilty, and what he must have to create in his mind to live a normal life after such a violent and horrific act.Lynch also said, the film is “very much about psychogenic fugue” (now known as Dissociative fugue).So, taking…

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