Here's something special for you kids, and the only hitch is that you have just a limited time to take advantage of it. David Cronenberg's new body horror short film The Nest is online now courtesy of the EYE Film Institute in Amsterdam!
At the start of this year, the folks who run The Criterion Collection teased that Scanners would be receiving their prestigious home video treatment this year, and now the box art has been revealed and the discs put up for pre-order.
The Provincetown International Film Festival has announced that acclaimed writer and director David Cronenberg (The Fly, Videodrome, A History of Violence) will receive the Filmmaker on the Edge Award at this year’s 16th annual festival on Cape Cod.
Up in Toronto, The Cronenberg Project has been running strong since November, a visually rich multi-platform celebration of the work of the legendary David Cronenberg. The event comes to a close on January 19th of next year, and if you're bummed that you aren't going to be able to experience it, then have no fear because we've got ya covered!
In a recent interview with The Toronto Star, acclaimed filmmaker David Cronenberg had some very interesting words about the late great Stanley Kubrick. Will this cause the same fervor as Romero stating he's not into "The Walking Dead"?
With so many classics on his resume, it's kind of surprising that the remake monster has yet to swallow up any of David Cronenberg's films. That is, until now.
David Cronenberg is a weird dude, and that's precisely why we love him. Always pushing the boundaries and blowing our minds wide open, Cronenberg is now set to embark on his most revolutionary adventure yet, and he's pulling us all into his twisted world with him.
As if the Toronto International Film Festival isn't jam-packed enough with horror premieres we're dying to see, the lineup of the fest's Cinematheque programme has been announced, and it includes two classics all genre fans should have on their résumés.
It's no secret we're big Cronenberg fans here at Dread, so we're happy to report filming has commenced for his 30-day shoot of Maps to the Stars, and we have the film's synopsis to share.
No this has nothing to do with three student filmmakers who head off into the Canadian woods to find a mythical director who was last seen fondling his new flesh. This is a beast of a different kind. Read on for details.
July 8th, 2013. That's the date David Cronenberg's The Brood will be hitting Blu-ray in the UK via Second Sight Films. May 10th, 2013. That's the date we start bitching here in the States that we don't have it on Blu-ray. Sigh.
And the list of cast members in David Cronenberg's upcoming Maps to the Stars has grown by three as Mia Wasikowska, Olivia Williams, and newcomer Evan Bird have all signed on to the project.
Those of you who have been hoping for David Cronenberg to direct a true horror film again might just be getting your wish - so long as you don't mind a bit of social commentary added to the mix.
Scanners, one of the most iconic horror films of the Eighties from legendary director David Cronenberg (Cosmopolis, A History of Violence, The Fly), is heading to Blu-ray for the first time in a highly collectible limited edition steelbook thanks to Second Sight Films.
David Cronenberg is a multifaceted talent who can pretty much do it all (except get Fox to let him handle a new version of The Fly; lord knows why), and now he's ready to return to the opposite side of the camera as an actor!