Episode 8: Dune

43 minutes

On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are by one of their favorite actors, Natasha Lyonne! Join them as their consciousnesses are expanded by the spice melange of the desert planet, Arakis, and evolve over the course of 4,000 years into weird, floating blobs that can bend space-time in David Lynch’s Dune!

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Stuff Discussed in this Episode:

Twin Peaks: The Return

Animal Crossing

The DisneyNature Documentaries

Seance on a Wet Afternoon

The Last of Sheila

King of Marvin Gardens

Altered States

Carnal Knowledge


Tiger King


Anything But Love


Blue Velvet

Room to Dream by David Lynch and Kristine McKenna

Jodorowsky’s Dune

The Elephant Man

Trip to the Moon

Jason and the Argonauts

Heaven’s Gate

The Film Forum

Next Week:

We’re watching Vera Chytilova’s Daisies with Tony-winning director, Rachel Chavkin!


This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert.

Our theme music is by WMD.

All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore.

Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.

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