OK gang, Steve here. I’ve mostly migrated all my previous MuseHack (which is also previous Fan To Pro) work here to the Informotron. Now I’m going to be doing some pruning and purging (not sure we need old news, not sure interviews should be at a more personal site, etc.). But we’re here.
Next up is new writing . . . and compiling my old work into readable, findable formats!
– Steven Savage
I’m taking a break here by moving to a review of a most unusual film about an unusual film that never was. Perhaps the archetypical Nevermade movie, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s attempt to make Dune in the 70’s. This is “Jodorowsky’s Dune.”
SHORT REVIEW: Must-watch film for media historians, writers, and filmmakers. Be warned of some odd and offensive language, however.
- A fascinating exploration of the unmade 1976 Dune.
- Provides insights on how the unmade movie seeded other ideas and brought people together.
- Some parts may be offensive, including a creative/rape metaphor that I found pretty horrible.
- It’s one-sided, focusing mostly on Jodorowsky.