By Rose Dymock
As David Cronenberg's gangster flick turns 15, it remains a refreshing depiction of London's underbelly.
By Sarah Cleary
Extreme surgery replaces sex in body horror maestro David Cronenberg’s ambitious blends of science fiction and film noir.
David Cronenberg’s return to filmmaking can’t quite deliver on its promise that surgery is the new sex.
With a new feature film out in the world, we celebrate the corporeal classics of the Canadian body horror maestro.
Vincent Cassel will star in The Shrouds as an inventor who devises a method of speaking to the dead.
This year’s stacked line-up also includes new work Kelly Reichardt, Ruben Ostlünd and Park Chan-wook – but no David Lynch.
Crimes of the Future will begin filming in Greece soon, and looks set to star the Viggo Mortensen.
By David Robb
The director’s 1981 body horror feels increasingly relevant in our age of technological dependency.
Our countdown of the finest cinematic offerings from 2000 to 2009 continues. How many have you seen?
Ang Lee’s sci-fi thriller explores male intimacy and dependency through a time-honoured trope.
By Brian Quinn
Following a traumatic childhood accident, this psychosexual oddity empowered me to take back control.
In the director’s 1979 body horror, maternal functions are a source of repulsion and terror.
By Adam Scovell
The director’s tale of twin gynecologists is a gory study of the relationship between the physical and mental self.
By James Morton
With the likes of Blue Velvet and Society, the decade saw the American Dream turn into something grotesque.
By Anton Bitel
David Cronenberg’s 1999 tech-thriller sees Jude Law and Jennifer Jason Leigh enter a strange VR world.
The legendary composer discusses his work on Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy and more.
Mary Harron and Sarah Polley join forces for this adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s acclaimed novel.