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Uncovering Curiosities: Fred Dekker’s NIGHT OF THE CREEPS

Fred Dekker’s 1986 directorial debut, Night Of The Creeps is a gloriously bonkers horror-comedy which blends 1950s B-movie/sci-fi with 1980s frat-boy comedy. You’d think the whole thing would buckle under the silliness of it all, but Dekker [...]

September 5, 2021

2020 BFI London Film Festival Review: POSSESSOR

Written and directed by Brandon Cronenberg, Possessor is a tricksy and complex thriller which takes a potentially commercial concept and gives it an arthouse spin. At times it’s a little too convoluted for its own good, but this sci-fi [...]

October 18, 2020

Uncovering Curiosities: Brian Yuzna’s SOCIETY

Brian Yuzna’s Society plays like a warped episode of Beverly Hills 90210 directed by David Cronenberg. It’s a paranoid body-horror filled with black comedy and gruesome practical effects. It’s icky, creepy and funny yet it lacks any real [...]

September 25, 2020

DVD Review: BAD MILO Is Not A Good Body Horror Comedy

Bad Milo is an body-horror comedy that riffs on the classic creature features of the 1980s. Ken Marino plays Duncan, a stressed-out accountant who grows a creature deep inside his bowls. When the creature is unleashed it begins to murder those who [...]

October 18, 2014

John Cusack Tells Us What’s Wrong With Hollywood

Not content with being a damn fine actor, John Cusack is also a man who likes to tell it like it is. He’s currently doing publicity for David Cronenberg‘s Maps To The Stars, a biting Hollywood satire that holds a microscope up to [...]

September 28, 2014

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