David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future represents a return to the director’s twisted body horror form, an intersection and natural progression of the worlds built in Crash and Existenz, exploring intense body modification and the consumption of bodies for art.
Rabid is the Soska’s best film since American Mary and shows a lot of stylistic growth from the duo.
When the Museum of Modern Art announced they would be doing a 4k restoration of Frank Henenlotter’s 1982 Basket Case, my reaction was “it’s about fucking time.” I relayed this news to … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Pre-order Arrow’s ‘Basket Case’ Blu-ray
He’s been called the King of Venereal Horror, the Baron of Blood, a chilly, analytical formalist with a fascination for the grotesque. He’s synonymous with the genre of body horror, … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2013: David Cronenberg, Comedian