Though media and technology have advanced, the themes that David Cronenberg chooses to focus on in his 1983 film Videodrome have not only remained relevant, but they seem more prescient. The director eyes the relations between humanity and the video world in the sci-fi body
“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” These quoted words from The Fly resonate beyond the film. In fact, most people likely don’t even know the origin of the quotation. Still, despite the warning, director David Cronenberg invites the audience to view something beyond horror and science
Naked Lunch is the live-action adaptation of the infamous William Burroughs 1959 novel of the same name, directed by David Cronenberg and distributed by 20 Century Fox.
The book was banned in Boston in 1962 due to obscenity (notably child murder and acts of pedophilia), making
Reading the Chainsaw Man manga by Tatsuki Fujimoto has me in a body-horror mood. And being in such a mood brings me back to David Cronenberg the director of such genre cult-classics as Dead Ringers, The Fly remake, Shivers, Videodrome and the film adaptation to
Back 40 Productions announced production has begun on a retelling of David Cronenberg's 1977 film RABID with Jen & Sylvia Soska (Dead Hooker in a Trunk, American Mary and See No Evil 2) and John Serge directing the film.
Further details released were as follows: Laura