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17. Videodrome

17. Videodrome (1983). James Woods plays a sleazy cable station producer looking for the most shocking, horrific, pornographic content he can find—something that can wake up his jaded and desensitized audience (himself included). 86 more words


E: eXistenZ (1999)

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eXistenZ was David Cronenberg’s first completely original script since 1983’s Videodrome, my personal favorite of his many movies. 692 more words

Movies That Do Not Suck

why watching tv everyday is positive

With each passing moment watching television, your brain cellars are dying. You aren’t leaving time to ask the tough philosophy questions about your existenz. You will die a happy numb-scull, full of food and commercial breaks.

Positive Thinking

Psychosexual Healing: Cinema Violence and Videodrome

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What is the link between cinema violence and real-world violence, between real-world violence and on-screen sexuality, between on-screen sexuality and phallo-centric images thrusting and shooting and blowing people up? 3,471 more words


Videodrome (1983)

2015 #38
David Cronenberg | 84 mins | streaming (HD) | 1.85:1 | Canada / English | 18 / R

James Woods is the owner of a trash TV station who’ll do pretty much anything for ratings. 477 more words

4 Stars

TBT Movie Review: eXistenZ - E3: The Church Years

Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller

Director: David Cronenberg

Running Time: 97 Minutes

“A sign of the times.”

“Death to the demoness, Allegra Geller!” 1,130 more words