The Brood

Videodrome: how Cronenberg subverts the noir thriller genre

Ryan Lambie Feature
Aug 3, 2015

David Cronenberg's Videodrome isn't just a classic sci-fi horror, but also a brilliant noir thriller. Ryan explains why...

Maps To The Stars and the dramas of David Cronenberg

Ryan Lambie Feature
Jan 9, 2014

As Maps To The Stars gets an R-rating from the MPAA, Ryan looks at the director David Cronenberg's talent for fiercely individual drama...

10 science fiction films from 1979 that are worth revisiting

Aliya Whiteley Top 10
Nov 5, 2013

Influential, mostly forgotten, dated, or surprisingly modern, all of these films are still worth watching...

Making of The Brood: arrests, Oliver Reed & stolen Cognac

Ryan Lambie Feature
Jul 10, 2013

With David Cronenberg's The Brood out on Blu-ray, we look at what went on in its making, including the antics of one Oliver Reed...

Looking back at David Cronenberg’s The Brood

Ryan Lambie Feature
Nov 12, 2012

A blend of horror and drama, The Brood still has the power to shock. Ryan looks back at Cronenberg’s disturbing 1979 movie…

Top 10 movie mothers from Hell

Phil Beresford Top 10
Mar 31, 2011

Who are the movie mothers that shouldn't be allowed anywhere near children? We've found the 10 mums from Hell...

The 10 most unsettling movie villains

Ryan Lambie Odd List
Jul 29, 2010

They’re creepy, unhinged, and you definitely wouldn’t want to meet them down a dark alley. It’s our list of the ten most unsettling movie villains ever…

Breck Eisner interview: The Crazies, Flash Gordon and Escape From New York

Ryan Lambie Interview
Jul 14, 2010

Director Breck Eisner discusses The Crazies, and his forthcoming Flash Gordon and Escape From New York...