Tag: Lynch's Dune

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, Part 1

black and white line drawing of a sandworm rearing up while coiled on the sand, a sun hangs low on the horizon

Two Nerds crawled out of their mouse hole to go to the actual movie theater to see Denis Villeneuve’s new Dune adaption, which is the the first time we’d been to the theater since the pandemic started. This was definitely…

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David Lynch’s Dune

Kyle MacLachlan as Paul Mu'uad D'b stands wearing a stillsuit in the open desert. A row of figures stands very far behind him. He has a coil of rope over one shoulder, and is holding a staff in the opposite hand

Continuing in our exploration of all things Dune, Two Nerds discuss David Lynch’s 1984 film adaption of Dune, which was famously troubled production, critical failure, and pretty bonkers. It was also hugely formative for me. There are at least several…

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Jodorowsky’s Dune

A cartoon drawing of Salvador Dali as the Baron Harkonnen, flanked by who must bust Feyd Rautha and the Beast Rabban. dali has his signature upturned mustache and is wearing vaguely Egyptian looking garb.

In which we discuss the documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, which details Alejandro Jodorowsky’s efforts to make a movie version of Dune in the 70s.Some of the stories told by Jodorowsky are so bonkers as to strain credulity, but he’s an incredibly…

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