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MoMA to screen 70 science-fiction films from 22 countries this summer

Videodrome Here's a press release we received that doesn't need any embellishment. All the glory resides in the details, and I'll just lay it out flat for you. If you live in NYC, or plan on visiting this summer - hell, even if you were going to spend all of July and August locked in your room doing unthinkable things to yourself and desperately need an excuse to travel...
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06.20.2017
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Happy Birthday David Cronenberg!

Happy Birthday, David Cronenberg! It was just earlier today we shared the news there is set to (another) remake of THE FLY . Now, while that flick is not planned to be remake of David Cronenberg's THE FLY, per say, I think we can all agree that the filmmakers in charge of the re-imagining or whatever they're calling it will be taking more that a few plays from the...
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03.15.2017
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It's the Booze Talkin', Bring back Cronenbergian body horror

If you are a horror fan, there are a number of filmmakers that you connect to, ones that have inspired many of those who grow up seeking out the genre. You have Craven, Carpenter, Argento, or what have you, but one of my personal favorites was the masterful David Cronenberg. The Canadian filmmaker first terrified me when I happened upon SCANNERS late one night. While he had...
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06.14.2016
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And now it's Cronenberg's Shivers aka They Came From Within getting the remake treatment

And the remake train keeps on rollin'.... Today at the Toronto International Film Festival it was revealed that David Cronenberg’s first film, the 1975 horror movie SHIVERS (aka THEY CAME FROM WITHIN), is getting a remake from producers Jeff Sackman and Michael Baker. Variety has shared that the remake of SHIVERS will be directed by Danish filmmaker Rie Rasmussen...
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09.06.2013
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Criterion teases Repo Man, Scanners, The Devil's Backbone and many more horror titles!

Ordinary f---ing people, man. There's no way they could decipher the films being teased in Criterion's 2013 "Wacky New Year's Art." At the end of every year the company teases its upcoming slate of releases with an "interpret the artwork" style cartoon, the kind of thing you might find in an issue of Highlights For Children if it was taken over by a bunch of cinephiles. This...
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01.02.2013
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