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Crash (1996)

Based on J. G. Ballard’s 1973 novel of the same name, David Cronenberg’s Crash is a complicated and polarizing thriller. The 1996 picture is bizarre and remote, with a chilling effect that nevertheless draws attention to the director’s eternal sadness. 507 more words

Entertainment

Crash (1996)

Dir. David Cronenberg. Starring James Spader, Deborah Kara Unger, Elias Koteas

This is a review of an NC-17 film and as such contains discussion of some topics which are better suited to mature readers. 1,378 more words

Film

“CRASH”: PASAD, PASAD, DEPRAVADOS!

Por Esther Lopera

“Sí, la he visto muchas veces, pero nunca en pantallagrande”. Era la frase que repetía una y otra vez a los que me preguntaban, cuando les comentaba mi intención de escaparme de mi mundana vida el jueves por la noche, para ver “Crash” (1996) del inconmensurable David Cronenberg –Dios, para su séquito- en el Phenomena, la sala de referencia donde desde hace un par de años cinéfilos y… 1,128 more words

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The Game

In the beginning of The Game, we see Nicholas van Orton (Michael Douglas) as a successful man, living in a large mansion, and it’s his 48th birthday, the same age his dad had committed suicide by jumping of a building. 660 more words

CCY's Movie Reviews

Silent Hill (2006)

A young girl seems to be traumatised by a childhood experience in a supposedly haunted town called Silent Hill, so her adopted mother takes her there to discover the reason for her horrific nightmares. 152 more words

Film

Movie Reviews 101 Midnight Halloween Horror - The Hollow (2015)

 

Plot: It’s Halloween eve on Shelter Island, and the small town is preparing for a killer storm. But the dark clouds gathering over the island are bringing with them a curse one-hundred years in waiting. 774 more words

Horror

#ThrowbackThursday - Silent Hill

Original US release date: April 21, 2006
Production budget: $50,000,000
Worldwide gross: $97,607,453

Silent Hill holds a special place in my heart.  For one, the early installments in the video game series really captured my imagination and I remember them fondly.  1,420 more words

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