French writer-director Gaspar Noe describes Enter the Void as a "psychedelic melodrama," and we couldn't agree more. Taking on a dead drug dealer's firsthand point-of-view is trippy enough, but Noe's portrayal of the character's mean DMT trip feels like the inside of a nightmare. We hear the narrator inanely mumbling his every thought as we descend slowly out of reality and see colors shift uncomfortably in and out of focus. The end result is a psychotropic reality that looks like a cross between hell and a Macy's fireworks display.