They were willing to lose that percentage of the audience that would have liked the love-interest stuff, but couldn’t take the horror.” a producer.
We need more like of those; that sort of attitude is the reason we celebrate the efforts of someone like Scott Rudin, and why we get excited about enablers like Megan Ellison.
While conducting an experiment on his teleportation device, a housefly enters the chamber with him and horrifically turns Dr. The film is a classic of the sci-fi and horror genre and is an allegory of HIV and AIDS in the 80s.
will be available in the UK on Blu-ray / DVD from Arrow Video beginning February 16th: Press Release – "Arrow Video is thrilled to announce the release of David Cronenberg’s much lauded horror classic Rabid (1977) which will be available on dual format Blu-ray & DVD both as an amaray and Steelbook from 16th February 2015.
‘Well, “Cosmopolis” is a funny movie too, even though it’s a very strange, dark humour.
But although it’s different from film to film, the dialogue is always given a lot of care. A casual filmgoer is forgiven, they’re allowed to be careless.
And, in the cinematic culture of 2011, where the superhero is ascendant, some of you might join me in hoping that we might eventually cycle back around to a point where much weirder stories of transformation and the effects of power on the human body and psyche seem like viable commercial efforts. The latter is the same producer who, a few years earlier, brought David Lynch to the attention of the comedian and his company Brooksfilms. (The last of those being a still-recent box-office dud for Universal.)Cronenberg recounts “[Brooks] said ‘I want you to go all the way.
Let yourself go, and don’t hold back.’ There were no restraints.starring Eric Stoltz and Daphne Zuniga, David Cronenberg started writing a sequel to his 1986 film remake.After he turned in the script to Twentieth Century Fox, they turned it down and express no interest to pursue or develop the project.(Whose track record, admittedly, is yet to really be proven, but here’s hoping.)David Cronenberg took the idea of the remake all the way.Stuart Cornfeld came to him with a script by Charles Edward Pogue that was already quite different from the 1959 version.This disc will also feature brand new interviews, most notably with famed director (and Rabid executive producer) Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters, Twins) and his co-producer Don Carmody.