Another couple Nightstream shorts dealing with anxiety and monsters under the bed.
The first slate of shorts we’re covering from Nightstream are all LGBTQ stories to haunt and excite you.
A house is not a home when there’s nothing but pain inside its walls.
Eddie Brock and his new pal Venom aren’t just a Marvel duo, they represent a lot of our (post)modern-day fears.
Leigh Whannell’s UPGRADE is a kick ass horror thrill ride. It’s also a deep, dark rumination on technological singularity.
Xavier Gens delivers a political piece of brutal body horror with FRONTIER(S)
Clive Barker’s 1987 horror classic touches on Freud, subverts Christian iconography, & gets naaaasty.
An underrated sequel that rarely gets its due, and tackles some terrifying ideas with its story.
Cronenberg and his body horror transform Vincent Price’s original into remake heaven, as man’s reach exceeds his grasp in this nasty modern classic.
One woman’s rough night out becomes a somehow even worse nightmare than just an assault, when she discovers she’s pregnant. With… something.
A found footage, ecological horror, creature feature mash from Barry Levinson; one of the best of the sub-genre in recent years.
Shivers. 1975. Directed & Written by David Cronenberg. Starring Paul Hampton, Joe Silver, Lynn Lowry, Allan Kolman, Susan Petrie, Barbara Steele, Ronald Mlodzik, Barry Baldaro, Camil Ducharme, Hanna Poznanska, Wally Martin, Vlasta Vrana, Silvie Debois, Charles Perley, & Al Rochman. Cinépix/DAL Productions/Canadian Film Development Corporation. Rated R. 87 minutes. Horror/Sci-Fi ★★★★ Even if I love Alien toContinue reading “Suburban Parasitic Anxieties: David Cronenberg’s Shivers”