But with IE Lynch literally just improvised the whole thing and it really shows. It also doesn't help that the whole thing is shot on SD digital film so the movie has a super ugly aesthetic. It's really like nothing else in his filmography, even though that's often for the worse. If you're a fan of his work I'd say it's a must watch because it's one of the most bizarre films ever made, and it gives a lot of insight into where Lynch's mind goes when he's truly flying by the seat of his pants. but if you aren't a huge fan of his work I'd probably advise skipping it. More than anything else he's done IE feels like the kind of film that would play on a loop on a small TV in an isolated room in a modern art gallery where people could come in watch 5 or 10 minutes at random and then leave to go look at the next piece.
The new Twin Peaks was incredible IMO but it's definitely late-era Lynch though and through. So obviously it's not going to be for everyone. Unlike IE though, it's clear that there was actually a script and the story is mostly coherent (or at least it's coherent to Lynch) which helps make it significantly more accessible than much of Lynch's other later work. Though it's also paced suuuuper slooooow, which definitely won't be to everybody's taste.