Bill Pullman stars as a thinly-veiled version of Philip K. Dick by the name of William J. Frick in this trippy, semi-autobiographical tale of a financially strapped, slightly-crazed science fiction writer. As Frick, Pullman dances in and out of reality whilst thwarting off his ex-wives and their alimony demands, the IRS, his connection to a gang of meth-making bikers, and his not-so-diligent work on what may or may not be his greatest novel. Pullman is terrific but, alas, the movie is not. Director Matthew Wilder's tale veers heavily into Lynch and Cronenberg territory, never managing to pull itself together into anything especially meaningful. Instead, Your Name Here is merely content wallowing in its weirdness.