The cover for the Canadian filmmaker's first novel has been revealed, and...let's just hope the insides are better. News by Sean May David Cronenberg, director of the classics Scanners, The Fly, A History of Violence and many othersShow More Summary
Check out the cover of Consumed, the first novel by Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg, due out in September 2014. This
David Cronenberg’s The Fly is one of my favorite sci-fi horror films due to its fantastic acting, stellar practical FX, unsettling score, and engaging directing. And one of our pals, Mr. Aaron Crawford of Cavity Colors, has decided to show his love of the film... Read More
We've got a really cool treat to send you guys off into your weekend with in the form of a roundtable discussion between three legendary horror directors that need no introduction: David Cronenberg, John Carpenter and John Landis. Show More Summary
Robert Pattinson spent 2013 away from the spotlight, but he's back with an art-house-y vengeance in 2014 thanks to a pair of films: David Cronenberg's "Map to the Stars" and David Michôd's "The Rover." That latter feature, a post-apocalyptic...Show More Summary
We need more movies about philosophers. I can only think of very few examples to mention, but David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method, a 2011 film about the rivalry between early psychologists Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, shows that the format can work. Show More Summary
David Cronenberg begins his introduction to Susan Bernofsky’s new translation of “The Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka (W.W. Norton: 126 pp., $10.95 paper) by raising an unexpected comparison: “I woke up one morning recently,” he writes, “to discover that I was a seventy-year-old man.”
In today's Urban Planner: a conversation with Cronenberg, high-energy dance, and a musical Caribbean quest. Talks: Hot on the heels of the Evolution exhibit, OCAD University is hosting A Conversation Between David Cronenberg and Piers Handling. Show More Summary
I just coughed so violently, it was directed by David Cronenberg.
Phil heads to Toronto to spend some time in David Cronenberg's head.
by Jeva Lange "I woke up one morning recently to discover I was a seventy-year-old man…." —David Cronenberg's intro to a new translation of The Metamorphosis. Be sure to leave this book around everywhere/wave it at people/flaunt it on the subway because A. Show More Summary
David Cronenberg's "The Fly" (1986) is among a very few movies that give me a sense of hesitation as soon as the credits appear. I've owned a couple of home video versions since its release twenty some years ago, according to the technology...Show More Summary
There's a ton of ambition on display in this year's science fiction and fantasy books. Bestselling authors are stretching out of their comfort zones, and our favorite authors are pushing the boundaries. Plus David Cronenberg has written a book about sex and weird diseases. Here's the ultimate guide to this year's can't-miss books. Read more...
Last year, A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas director Todd Strauss-Schulson delivered a darkly funny short film called Valibation that had flares of David Cronenberg. This year, the filmmaker is back with another short film, but this one is a little more personal. Show More Summary
Scott Sigler’s has been receiving quite high praise over the past decade, garnering comparisons to everyone from Stephen King to Chuck Palahniuk to David Cronenberg. On January 21, 2014 the final novel in his Infected trilogy, Pandemic, hits bookstores across the nation. As a promo... Read More
Jonny Bunning has just pointed us to a very high quality photo gallery(!) that takes you in The Cronenberg Project, a multi-platform celebration of the work of one of the world’s greatest filmmakers, David Cronenberg. Still running through January 19, 2014, the core component of... Read More
In which we discuss the influence of David Cronenberg and David Bowie, and its documentation.
Early last year, David Cronenberg was set to direct the pilot for and executive produce a show called Knifeman, which was going to star Tim Roth as an eighteenth-century self-taught surgeon who turns to grave-robbing. It's inspired by a true story! Sadly, that permutation didn't move forward. Today, AMC announced... More »
Even if you love the work of “venereal horror” king David Cronenberg as much as we do, it’s unlikely you’ve ever said to yourself that you’d like to live inside the dark world of beta tape-eating chest cavities, grotesque human-to-fly transformations, and telekenesis-powered head explosions. Show More Summary
David Cronenberg explored biotechnology in films like Videodrome and eXistenZ, and now visitors to the interactive David Cronenberg: Evolution exhibit in Toronto can experiment with his fictional creations. Rae Ann Fera explains what happens when you visit the exhibit’s “BMC Labs“: [T]he BMC Labs experience is intense and in-depth. When starting the first simulation, users […]