Varèse Sarabande has announced that they will be releasing Howard Shore‘s soundtrack to the 1986 sci-fi/horror film The Fly, which was directed by David Cronenberg and starred Geena Davis and Jeff Goldblum. The 20th anniversary pressing will come on “Teleporter Fog Green” vinyl with a lenticular cover depicting Brundle’s early transition into the titular abomination. […]
Art is something that is subjectively appreciated, no matter the medium. What one person appreciates and finds meaning in, another person might feel absolutely nothing. We enjoy things that we take inspiration from, pieces that are influenced in some way by what we ourselves feel and experience. It’s what allows us to connect on an […]
Dead Ringers marked a departure for the acclaimed filmmaker - and he has yet to book a return trip. Read more...
A review of Scream Factory's new Blu-ray release of David Cronenberg's second film The post Rabid Blu-ray Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Christopher Walken and his director have a chat between takes during the making of one of the best (and oddly unsung) Stephen King adaptations: The Dead Zone. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. It's finally here. Show More Summary
Melkor who is called Morgoth Jason Chaffetz will be taking it from here. I wonder what would happen if there were ever a real Clinton scandal? What was that David Cronenberg movie in which peoples’ heads literally exploded? Share
Scream Factory has been killing it so frequently lately, I think they classify as serial killers. Their latest triumph in Collector's Edition production is a double whammy of David Cronenberg goodness: DEAD RINGERS and RABID. They continue their reputation for lavish releases with these flicks, both on Blu-Ray for the very first time. Show More Summary
A while back Scream Factory announced they would be releasing Collector’s Editions of two David Cronenberg classics – Dead Ringers and Rabid! Both films will be making their US Blu-ray debuts, both with brand-new 2k transfers and both are going to be loaded! Oh and both films will have an aspect ratio of 1.66:1, Cronenberg’s preferred choice. Excuse […]
Queens of Horror, the Soska Sisters, talk about Hellevator’s second season, their remake of David Cronenberg’s Rabid and their future plans for their expanding TV and film empire.
Something that I learned while doing set visits for BD is just how much I need to recognize and honor whomever is in the Production Designer role. The amount of work they put into ensuring we, the viewer, get a hopefully wonderful and immersive experience is unreal. From location scouting to ensuring the material used […]
The Netflix mini-series adaptation of Alias Grace just got a handful of new cast members, and one of them is David Cronenberg. He will join a roster that already includes Zachary Levi, Sarah Gadon, who has appeared in multiple films by the director, and Anna Paquin, in addition those others ... More »
The Playlist is reporting that director David Cronenberg has been cast in Sarah Polley’s upcoming Netflix series, Alias Grace. Cronenberg—whose resume is peppered with small acting roles in both his own films and movies like The Stupids...Show More Summary
Antibirth feels like a movie retrofitted to justify its climax. Ending with an enjoyably gonzo gross-out sequence that’s the love child of David Cronenberg and Takashi Miike, it spends the prior 90 minutes meandering through a series...Show More Summary
Brundlefly eat your hybrid heart out! Here are ten examples of monstrous transformations into horrible creatures! In honor of David Cronenberg’s body horror transformation masterpiece, The Fly, recently turning 30, it only seemed appropriate to rally up together all of the freaks that have seen some monstrous metamorphosis into some sort of animal. Dr. Seth […]
Let me drop some Brundle Science on your faces like so much vomit drop.
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Who says all remakes are terrible? One only needs to look at David Cronenberg’s remake of 1958’s The Fly (itself a more faithful adaptation of George Langelaan’s short story of the same name). The film is a masterclass in special effects as well as one of the best love stories in cinema […]
Thirty years ago today, David Cronenberg unleashed a horrific tale of science gone wrong, a body-horror masterpiece that freaked out audiences, earned an Academy Award for makeup, and is often held up as a “remake done right.” The Fly was loosely based on the 1957 story by George Langelaan and the 1958 film of the same name. Show More Summary
Director David Cronenberg had a cameo (like usual) in The Fly, but he also had to direct. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Hope your weekend is going smashingly. Mine has been awesome so far. Spent the entireShow More Summary
I remember when I saw The Brood in the movies when it was released. I didn't know who David Cronenberg was at the time, but after witnessing his insane imagination at work, I quickly became a fanboy. Although Wes Craven's The Hills Have...Show More Summary
PLOT: A directionless young man enlists in a self-help program that allows him to expel all of his negativity - literally - in the form of a small creature. REVIEW: If you thought David Cronenberg's THE BROOD could have been a little...Show More Summary