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David Cronenberg

“I see technology as being an extension of the human body.”

I think of horror films as art, as films of confrontation. Films that make you confront aspects of your own life that are difficult to face. 1,004 more words

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The Game

Viewed – 22 August 2017  Blu-ray

20th Anniversary Edition

As an admirer of director David Fincher, this thriller from 1997 was one of those movies I’d forgotten he’d actually made.  349 more words

Movies

Crash (1996)

Much has been made about J.G. Ballard’s Crash. You don’t even need to have read it, because the mere idea of its central premise – which concerned a group of people who become sexually aroused by staging car crashes – tells you what you need to know about why it was controversial. 476 more words

Drama

Vengeance [AKA Vengeance: A Love Story] (2016, dir. Johnny Martin)

A driven cop seeks redemption by hunting four rapists. Low-key drama which can’t make up its mind about its being a character piece or a vigilante flick. 17 more words

Eamonn's Reviews

Jackals - USA, 2016

‘Family first’

Jackals is a 2016 American home invasion horror film directed by Kevin Greutert (Saw VI; Saw: The Final Chapter) from a screenplay by Jared Rivet. 700 more words

Film

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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