David Cronenberg

The psychosexual pleasures of David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers

By Adam Scovell

The director’s tale of twin gynecologists is a gory study of the relationship between the physical and mental self.

1980s cinema and the disturbing side of suburbia

By James Morton

With the likes of Blue Velvet and Society, the decade saw the American Dream turn into something grotesque.

How eXistenZ predicted the gaming industry’s dark future

By Anton Bitel

David Cronenberg’s 1999 tech-thriller sees Jude Law and Jennifer Jason Leigh enter a strange VR world.

Howard Shore tells the story behind his favourite film scores

By Adam Woodward

The legendary composer discusses his work on Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy and more.

Will Alias Grace be Netflix’s next female-driven success?

By Courteney Tan

Mary Harron and Sarah Polley join forces for this adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s acclaimed novel.

Why Videodrome feels more relevant today than ever

By Adam Woodward

David Cronenberg’s erotically-charged social satire is a cautionary tale for the internet age.

The 100 best films of the 1990s: 50-26

By Little White Lies

Martin Scorsese, Claire Denis and Terrence Malick break into the Top 50 of our ’90s countdown.

A new series tells the story of the greatest horror movies never made

By John Wadsworth

Doomed projects like David Cronenberg’s Frankenstein are discussed in Untold Horror.

Six great films that show the dark side of the TV industry

By Tom Bond

From Network to Nightcrawler, cinema has a long history of exposing television’s rotten core.

David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises is getting a sequel

By Dan Einav

And it’s being helmed by Locke writer/director Steven Knight.

In praise of The Fly – the body horror that’s all in your head

By Dominic Preston

After 30 years David Cronenberg’s tour de force of disgust is as powerful and penetrating as ever.

In praise of Naked Lunch – the weirdest studio film ever made

By Tom Graham

Twenty five years on David Cronenberg’s adaptation of William Burroughs’ classic novel remains a bold and transgressive vision.

Viggo Mortensen: ‘I love working with directors who resist explaining things’

By David Jenkins

The actor on football, festivals and films that ask lots of questions but don’t give away all the answers.

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