David Cronenberg’s The Fly is one of the most iconic horror movies of all time. It ushered in a new era of practical horror effects and cemented the directors legacy in body horror, but few people realize there was a sequel. The sequel certainly didn’t have the same legacy, or really any of the redeeming qualities […]
It doesn't get much more awful than this. A film that absolutely does not need a remake in any way shape or form is now set for one, with Universal Pictures readying a remake of David Cronenberg's classic "Videodrome," from a scriptShow More Summary
The trenchcoat crowd will always remember her for her role in "Behind the Green Door." But horror fans will remember her starring role as Rose in David Cronenberg's classic 1977 horror film "Rabid." Marilyn Chambers has passed away at...Show More Summary
Former horror filmmaker David Cronenberg is due to be honored with the Legion d'honneur, France's highest award, next month. As reported in Variety today: Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg has been selected to receive the Legion d'honneur,...Show More Summary
The ur-image of Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg’s work comes from his 1983 film Videodrome, when James Woods, faced with the breathy, cooing commands coming from a video image of Deborah Harry on a tube TV screen that has become a two-way street, allows his entire head to become engulfed by Harry’s analog lips. Show More Summary
Inspired by some of the great body horror films from legendary director David Cronenberg, STRANGE BLOOD marks Chad Michael Ward’s feature film debut and we now have its first official trailer. Watch it below and be on the lookout...Show More Summary
Howdy. Senior Writer Jason Heller here. The A.V. Club’s Science Friction film series—which is curated and hosted by yours truly and Denver Comic Con cofounder Frank Romero—continues tonight at 7 p.m. at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Denver with The Fly. Show More Summary
Passarella Death Squad have teamed up with storied men’s lifestyle magazine Penthouse to produce a limited number of prints, based on David Cronenberg’s Videodrome. The deeply unsettling film explores the darker corners of sexuality in… The post Passarella Death Squad x Penthouse appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Brandon Seifert & menton3 deliver an official sequel to David Cronenberg's classic film in IDW's "The Fly: Outbreak" #1, on sale March 18.
When I finished watching the latest David Cronenberg movie, Maps to the Stars, I was left with two thoughts. First, I really hate the name, because it uses two plurals, and every time I say "Maps to the Stars" it feels like a mistake. Show More Summary
Post by Kiri Blakeley. We all thought Twilight made Robert Pattinson's career, but to hear director David Cronenberg tell it, it did the opposite. Cronenberg, who loves working with RPattz so much that he cast him in two films, Cosmopolis...Show More Summary
A stellar cast and David Cronenberg's off-kilter touches fail to freshen a journey that all too often brings to mind earlier, better anti-Hollywood satires. [ more › ]
With a script that reads like rejected tweets from 'Entourage' characters, yet somehow isn't entirely terrible.
David Cronenberg‘s new film Maps to the Stars is in theaters and on VOD, and every time a new film arrives from the director I end up going back through his years of prior work to find new connections and ideas. It takes a while, sometimes,...Show More Summary
A well-acted but excessively bleak satire of the Hollywood echo chamber. mpaa rating:R (For strong disturbing violence and sexual content, graphic nudity, language and some drug material.) Genre:Drama Directed By: David Cronenberg Run...Show More Summary
An in-depth discussion of David Cronenberg's latest. "Maps to the Stars is David Cronenberg’s First Horror Film in Years" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary
The director talks to Salon about his unsentimental approach to Hollywood in his new film "Maps to the Stars"
David Cronenberg finds a cancerous cell inside The Dream Factory.
In the new film "Maps to the Stars," director David Cronenberg and screenwriter Bruce Wagner chart a course through a Hollywood hellscape populated by damaged and dysfunctional people.
After the Twilight saga ended, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson seemed headed on similar, yet different paths. While Pattinson went on to somewhat successfully follow an indie path, hitching star on David Cronenberg's wagon numerous times since the series' final entry; Stewart seemed to have diminished returns on her indie quest. Show More Summary