Channel 4’s art show examines the appeal of horror films in a somewhat haphazard manner.
The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
Ballard, Cronenberg and insular, isolated communities going insane – it sounds the perfect combination.
The second feature film from Cronenberg Minor is an ambitious, challenging and flawed study of the battle to hold on to who we are.
David Cronenberg’s unsettling adaptation of the J.G. Ballard novel is once again too dangerous for public showings.
David Cronenberg’s Shivers is one of the most revolutionary, unsettling and provocative movies from the Golden Age of horror cinema.
George Romero’s first film after Dawn of the Dead was an ambitious attempt to break free of the horror straitjacket.
Exploding heads, psychic terrorism and body horror in the David Cronenberg-created science fiction series.
The French artist’s challenging and unsettling medical art photography.
Black Gunn • The Take • The Dark Half • Skinner • Kaleidoscope • Rabid
Looking back on Georges Franju’s pioneering and poetic body horror film.
Classic press ad-mats from the golden age of cult cinema.