I'm going to sound pretentious as f**k and like captain obvious at the same time, but the art teaches and speaks for itself, and every time I'm searching via google; I am reading stories. All these sci fi and fantasy worlds that are worthy enough to find their way to the big screen. So, dear Hollywood, just make a crazy fever dream in the shape of a movie / TV series (the kind of work that dudes like David Lynch or David Cronenberg can deliver).
That said, I wish a flick based on "The Garden of Earthly Delights" by Hieronymus Bosch; which is a beautiful and enigmatic painting from the Museo del Prado in Spain. The book-shaped-painting shows the creation of earth while it is closed. Then, from left to right: the garden of Eden, the garden of earthly delights which is a representation of our world and finally the Hell. Darren Aronofsky's Mother was the closer thing to a film based on the aforementioned painting. But I want more, I want the bigger and badder but in art form: biblical imagery with LSD vibe, surrealism, metafiction and stunning performances like in Nicolas Cage's Mandy.
Actually, there is a song inspired by the painting, so why not a movie...
Now about the song, a young musician was skillful enough to transcribe the music present in one of the scenes from hell; specifically in a character who was crushed by a lute who at the same time has a score engraved on his ass: