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Jodorowsky's Dune

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One of the various movie insiders interviewed for this documentary about the failed film, described it as, “the most important movie never made.”  Based on what I saw, I think it would be hard to argue with that statement.   299 more words

Movie Review

Movie Review: Jodorowsky's Dune

Light spoilers ahead.

There are three versions of Dune. The one that got made, the one that you envision in your mind after reading Frank Herbert’s novel… 488 more words

Movie Review

Die Nachtmahr

oder: die Nachbarn 

Sind es Albträume von den Alben,
oder Alpträume von den Alpen?

Vielleicht kann Herr Giger uns erleuchten.
Er selbst wohnt inmitten der Alpen… 13 more words

Aphorisms & Axioms

'Jodorowsky's Dune': The Best Film of the Year?

“Then came the film and burst this prison-world asunder by the dynamite of a tenth of a second, so that now, in the midst of its far-flung ruins and debris, we calmly and adventurously go traveling.” — Walter Benjamin… 558 more words


Jodorowsky's Dune (Review)

I am currently writing film reviews for BeatRoute AB and I thought I’d share my recent review of Jodorowsky’s Dune. At first I had written the  review after just seeing the film. 430 more words


We Are Paul: "Jodorowsky's Dune" Movie Review

As much as I believe I get my Sci-Fi cred where it is due, I can honestly confess I’ve never been a huge fan of the titan known as… 750 more words


Motionless pictures: Contemplating the rich alternative history of modern cinema

In another universe much like our own, Nicolas Cage played the Man of Steel, Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon biopic swept the 1973 Academy Awards and David Cronenberg’s Return of the Jedi delivered a Jabba the Hutt so repulsive that the entire Star Wars franchise burned to the ground. 976 more words