One of the best part of REWIND movies is how frequently they can be engaged with and enjoyed along multiple dimensions at once. Sometimes that’s enjoying both the high-brow and the low-brow aspects of one movie; sometimes it’s laughing at the movie’s failures while still loving its successes. Dune is, let’s say, an idiosyncratic adaptation of its beloved and viciously guarded source material; it definitely gets some things right and some things very wrong (looking at you, Sting). But besides presenting just a visually arresting version of a fictional, far-flung universe, it also sets up another thought experiment: what David Lynch might have ended up being. Now regarded as a masterful auteur of the secret darkness that lurks in the hearts of “normal” people, he almost ended up a genre movie director. Eraserhead to The Elephant Man to this movie – there’s a shadow version of David Lynch in the universe next door where he’s directing Avengers movies and this is a porthole into that terrifying place.