The Unmade Movie:
Maverick Alejandro Jodorowsky hoped to bring his mind-expanding, counter-cultural style to a bigger audience with a lavish adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel. Jodorowsky assembled a crack squad of collaborators, including H.R. Giger for the set design, only for the director's vision to prove prohibitively expensive to film.
If They Made It Now:
has been adapted twice, by David Lynch for the big screen and in a Sci-fi Channel mini-series for the small screen. Meanwhile, much of the aesthetic of Jodorowsky's version was drip-fed into
, which shared many of his collaborators. Still, should an innovative and reckless director fancy trying a remake to Jodorowsky's blueprint - Darren Aronofsky, maybe? - we'd pay to see it.