David Cronenberg has been honored by Criterion a few times over the years, with both Videodrome and Naked Lunch finding their way into the collection. Could Scanners be next?
Taking a look at ten scenes where beloved horror filmmakers popped up in their own movies!
The massive Hercules beetle is already an intimidating bug... but its larva looks like something that crawled up from Hell.
Not every hero wears a cape, and not every villain wears a cowl. Some are maimed, mutated, or generally messed up looking... and we're here to celebrate them!
Last week, I embarked on a fun little assignment to pull together a batch of teaser trailers for horror sequels; the one criteria being that they all had to feature exclusive footage specifically shot and used just for that trailer. One of the greatest aspects of putting together articles like this is that after I finish them...
In 1972, David Cronenberg directed a 20-minute dystopian short film called "Secret Weapons" for a Canadian anthology series called Programme X.
Another contender enters the "Least Necessary Remake" ring: Videodrome.
Dubstep/electro-house band Knife Party must have been hittin' the bug powder hardcore when they came up with this nightmarish music video, NOT inspired by "The Human Centipede" (thank goodness), but by the surreal imagery of David Cronenberg's "Naked Lunch." This one will definitely get under your skin...