Footage from this movie is used.
Video game adaptation of the movie
Based from the same novel, uses music from 1984 movie and similar costumes and sets
Inspired by the movie.
Georges Méliès-esque visual style and special effects.
The opening shot is mirrored.
Both Mr Newton and Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohaim want people to keep out of their minds.
The film is mentioned by name.
Poster is shown
The look of Randam Hajile is directly based on the character Feyd from Dune.
One of the postcards in Fester's World O' Wonders describes the planet Arrakis, its dust storms and sandworms.
Servo: I WILL kill him!
Tom: "I *will* kill you!"
Servo: (as Sting) I WILL kill him!
An extended sequence is devoted to the production of Dune.
Frank: "I *will* kill you!"
Tom: "I *will* kill him!"
Crow: "In the movie 'Dune,' Sting did appear in tiny leather underpants, a little thong thing, and delivered the line, 'I *will* kill him!'."
Servo: I will kill you!
Tom (as Feyd Rautha): "You *will* kill me!"
Timmy mentions Sandworms
Tom: "Arrakis, 'Dune'"
Vegeta says "The sleeper has awakened".
Crow "Tell me about your homeworld, Usal."
Tom: "This is like the scene in 'Dune.'"
Seen on video store shelf in 'Video Review'
Dr. Forrester: "I *will* kill you!"
Poster is visible in Zooey's room.
Dale Gribble convinces himself his son is an Alien and that if he disciplines his son the real father will freeze him in Carbonite and trade him for Spice.
Tom: "I *will* kill him!"
The film is for sale on VHS in Media Mania.
The drugs that are used to augment the player's intellect are called mentats. This is the name of the alien race in Dune who use drugs to similarly use drugs to increase their intellectual capacity.
references this film in comparison to The Fifth Element
General Mandible speaking to the workers looks too much like Muad'Dib talking to his new people....And, the scene where Z is trying to climb up the Reebok shoes is similar to the one where Muad'Dib tames the worms...
"Maybe his name is a killing word."
Arrakis Prime is listed as a planet that the ship's surgeon has visited.
While joking about Wilkes' seismic thumper, Gabriel references Dune by asking if a giant sandworm will be summoned, and later saying that a giant sandworm is approaching.
The sandworms from Dune are seen in the final scene.
Anatomical Bodysuits in both films.
Vegeta says "The sleeper has awakened".
Giedi Prime is listed as an ideal vacation spot.
David Lynch talks about showing "Eraserhead" to the cast and crew of "Dune."
Mentioned by Jürgen Prochnow.
Jeff, the giant alien worm that lives in the subway, resembles the Sandworm from Dune.
Kendo practice scene references shield practice in Dune
Dune main theme used when spaceship opens up in the end
Mark buys Dune on DVD.
Krew is based on Baron Vladimir Harkonnen.
Mentioned by Stephen as an example of Alan Smithee
Paul Atreides conquers a giant worm on Arrakis and Bernard Black conquers a giant worm in his bookshop.
A mission in Terrokar Forest involves calling up giant worms using a "Thumper"
This film is referenced.
"He, who controls the spice, controls the universe."
Multiplayer level: Doon
One character resembles The Baron from Dune
Seras Victoria's signature weapon is called a Harkonnen, after the main villain from the film
There is a boss called the "Dune Worm" on Titania, referencing Frank Herbert's Dune series.
When the mega-nerds activate 'the thumper' to summon their snake brethren, it's a reference to summoning sand worms on the planet Dune.
A character is named after Chani.
Seras Victoria's signature weapon is called a Harkonnen, after the main villain from the film.
Chuck has a onesheet for it in his room, and he and Morgan go as a sandworm to the Halloween party
After Sam remarks he thought these cartridges were buried in the desert, Max tells him the sandworms probably brought them here.
When Hank is under the deck, Wanda tries to scare him by mentioning the sand monsters in Tremors and Dune
Twenty-four says, "maybe his name is a killing word."
Dune sandworms' doppelgangers greet the chimps
When the Wong family rides the sandworm on Mars like a commuter train
Patrick Stewart mention his role as Gurney Halleck
Alton Brown's "shipmate" quotes directly from the movie.
"Meanwhile on the set of Dune..."
Raj finds it on the HBO East Coast feed
Chuck has a Dune poster in his bedroom.
Mentioned in dialogue by Casey
When Morgan says to Casey, "Fear is the mind killer," he is repeating an often used line from Dune.
Morgan says, "Fear is the mindkiller."
Shore Leave refers to using a poison tooth.
Noah quotes the film.
Mentioned by name
"Great, now we're ripping off Dune"
"...and talks like he's in Dune."
Roses mentions the Chick's review
"I think 'fear' is a Dune reference."
"She doesn't wanna co-star with you in Dune."
mentioned in dialogue
A Dune poster is shown at one point
Chad declares at one point that "Fear is the mind killer." These words originate from the Dune movie and the Dune book.
Poster shown when Hewy discusses '80s movies.
A tailor tries to sell Fry a stillsuit.
Upon achieving immortality, Tychseria's eyes become blue within blue, the same side effect of the spice melange in Dune.
Mentioned by one of the street interviewees.
mentioned when discussing the sci-fi genre
At one point, Sean Young is seen riding a giant sandworm while shouting, "I'm the Kwisatz Haderach Give-A-Dog-A-Bone!"
The other Dune movie
"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration."
A prophecy of "a chosen one" is written for this movie
Mentioned in dialogue.
Title is indirectly referenced
Honora mentions the movie title while walking across the sand
on Sebastian's list of recommendations at the video store
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Jupiter Ascending (2015)
During the meeting with the CDO guy in Las Vegas, someone comments that Mark Baum's face "looks like the bad guy in Dune".
The female narrator appearing before the stars is a hommage to the beginning of David Lynch's "Dune".
"He who controls the Trolls, controls the kingdom."
to be reviewed next time
VHS box shown.
Winn and Lyra watched the film on a date.
"He who controls the pay, controls the galaxy!"
Jonah: "I *will* kill him!"
Tom: "Arrakis . . . Dune . . . Desert planet"
Kyle MacLachlan talks about his early movie, and comments on his emoji summary of it
"The sand movie" Swenson and Smith confusedly decide they were thinking of.
A character's hair style is a reference to Sting's hair in "Dune".
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
featured in documentary
Linkara wishes he were watching this instead of reading this comic
Clips are shown
Clips shown to describe plot and information about the film
Review of the film
movie is reviewed
clips are shown
movie is discussed and analyzed
Aimee goes on a dune slug ride on the beach
Sludge Vohaul resembles Baron Vladimir Harkonnen.
The scene where Roger is riding the tapeworm is a parody of Paul Atreides riding a sandworm.
The whale grabs Jonah in the same way as the worm does in Dune.
"Mandy the Merciless" spoofs "Dune".
The clone slugs wear Dune briefs, an intentional parody confirmed in episode commentary.
He who controls the spice, controls the Universe...The spice must flow. (Yes, it was in the novel first but this isn't the Internet Book Database.)
Miles Standish says, "He who controls the stuffing controls the universe."
The dog's narration at the beginning of the episode is a tribute to Princess Irulan's narration at the beginning of the theatrical cut of the movie.