Lost Highway has scattered moments of Lynch’s poetry, but the film’s ultimate shock is that it isn’t shocking at all. Often overlooked, 'Lost Highway' is one of David Lynch's most cryptic and challenging films, yet also one of his most rewarding.

7 on the Billboard 200 and reached Gold status in the United States. The only Blu-ray available on Amazon for purchase is a Region 2 release.

Lost Highway is the tenth studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi, released on June 8, 2007 in the US through Island Records.Produced by John Shanks and Dann Huff, the album was recorded at Black Bird Studios, Nashville and NGR Recording, Hollywood. No one interested enough to read the whole article should be surprised.

And Lost Highway is only the first movie of Lynch’s to incorporate the cinematic language into his stories.

He is an ominous, specter-like figure who stalk and terrorizes protagonists Fred Madison and Pete Dayton, and is the only character in the film who knows that the two are actually each other's dopplegangers. He is portrayed by actor Robert Blake.

The Mystery Man is the overarching main antagonist of the David Lynch film Lost Highway.

The second part of Lost Highway isn’t as tight and focused as the first—cameos by Richard Pryor (in his last role) and Jack Nance are there just to up the weird factor, though I like the casting of half-mad Gary Busey as Pete’s father—but it isn’t as off-the-rails as Wild … Lost Highway could be seen as the “patient zero” that would later influence his final two films, Mulholland Dr. and Inland Empire, which commentate on the … “Lost Highway” has never received a Blu-ray release in the U.S. Sadly, much like some of the other titles in Universal's David Lynch box set, this UK edition of the movie is inferior in both video and audio quality to import copies from other countries (namely, France and Japan).

Lost Highway is the soundtrack album for the 1997 David Lynch film of the same name.It was produced by Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), and includes original music from the film recorded by Reznor, Angelo Badalamenti and Barry Adamson, as well as songs by other artists used in the film.The album reached No. Episode Recaps.