The Fly

The tragedy of RoboCop, Terminator and other AIs

Ryan Lambie Feature Aug 12, 2015

We love RoboCop and Terminator 2 for their action and characters. But there’s also tragic element that makes their stories soar...

Celebrating the sci-fi cinema of Jeff Goldblum

Ryan Lambie Feature Jul 22, 2015

From Body Snatchers to Independence Day, we celebrate Jeff Goldblum's unique contribution to sci-fi cinema...

36 major blockbusters and why they never got made

Ryan Lambie Mike Cecchini Simon Brew Feature Jun 12, 2015

We look at the films that slipped through Hollywood's net, from biblical epics to a time travelling Gladiator sequel...

10 1958 films about fear that aren't Vertigo

Aliya Whiteley Top 10 Aug 6, 2013

Hitchcock's Vertigo may have dominated 1958, but that year was full of other films about fear and loathing. Here's Aliya's top 10...

The James Clayton Column: Rethinking remakes as original premakes

James Clayton Feature Apr 19, 2013

What if time were running backwards, and the remake of The Evil Dead actually came first? We'll let James explain this one...

The top 100 TV and movie monsters

Robert Mclaughlin Odd List Mar 28, 2013

Covering the gamut of TV and cinema from the past to the present, here's Rob's rundown of the 100 finest screen monsters...

Looking back at The Fly II

Ryan Lambie Feature Jan 21, 2013

Unlike its predecessor, The Fly II was poorly received. Ryan looks back at a daft yet highly entertaining horror sequel...

Looking back at David Cronenberg's The Fly

Ryan Lambie Feature Nov 19, 2012

Our odyssey through the works of David Cronenberg continues, with his 1986 horror masterpiece, The Fly...

Six Legs: the 80s comedy David Cronenberg never made

Ryan Lambie Feature Dec 14, 2012

A Ghostbusters-style movie about bug hunters and addictive insects? Read all about the quirky 80s comedy David Cronenberg never made...

The James Clayton Column: A Cronenberg Christmas carol?

James Clayton Feature Nov 30, 2012

Is Scanners the ultimate post-Christmas dinner flick? James ponders the benefits of a Cronenbergian festive season...

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