Revenge is sought, and revenge is found.
A great film is marred by issues of race that confuse Benson and Moorhead’s otherwise brilliant story.
Give in to your shadowy side. Or else.
Martin’s now a detective. He meets a dangerous one-eyed man.
Luca Guadagnino carves out his own territory in horror cinema history with his remake of Dario Argento’s SUSPIRIA
Pretzel Jack just keeps on trying to kill, unless Jill can find a way to stop him.
Jill and Tom have to confront their damaged marriage before there’s more murder
Jill’s trying to figure out her own head, when Pretzel Jack strikes again, even closer to home.
Tom and Jill Hodgson move into a new house, where they find a strange door in the basement.
Dt. Harry Ambrose returns to his hometown of Keller to help investigate a disturbing crime involving a potential 13-year-old killer.
What happens when a dark piece of horror all the way through ends with a tunnel of light?
A Dangerous Method. 2011. Directed by David Cronenberg. Screenplay by Christopher Hampton, based on his play The Talking Cure. Starring Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Sarah Gadon, & Vincent Cassel. Telefilm Canada/Ontario Media Development Corporation/Corus Entertainment/eOne Films. Rated 14A. 99 minutes. Biography/Drama ★★★★ I’ll say it loud and proud ’till the day I die:Continue reading “A Dangerous Method: The Unbearable Burden of Knowing Freud and Jung”