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Blu-ray Review: ‘Scanners’ – Criterion Collection

Scanners Criterion

So much more than an exploding head. Read More »

New York Film Festival: ‘Maps to the Stars’

Robert Pattinson in 'Maps to the Stars,' directed by David Cronenberg. US premiere at the 52nd NYFF. Photo from the film.

Agatha is the catalyst who sets the heavens in motion back to her beginnings in this sometimes sardonic always intriguing and deep film by David Cronenberg. Read More »

Movie Review: Cosmopolis (2012)

David Cronenberg casts Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis as an attempt to win big on Twitter. Read More »

Movie Review: A Dangerous Method

David Cronenberg explores the birth of psychoanalysis and the tense relationship at its centre. The results are in. Read More »

Film Review: A Dangerous Method

Michael Fassbender continues on his role as chameleon actor with his straight-laced Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Videodrome – The Criterion Collection

James Woods enters the smalls screen... again. Read More »

Movie Review: Eastern Promises: So Much More Than Just a Gangster Movie

Despite violence, tattoos, and post mortem mutilation, this is a surprisingly subtle gangster movie. Read More »

Viggo Mortensen and David Cronenberg Reteam for Two New Films

Retirement nowhere in sight for Viggo Mortensen, as he and David Cronenberg team up for The Talking Cure and the sequel to Eastern Promises. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: A History of Violence

Cronenberg crafts a mainstream thriller without compromising his personal thematic interests. Read More »