Sometimes dead is better. Wait—wrong movie.
The emphasis of comfort and pleasure— only at Dentley and Soper’s department store.
Dt. Anderson gets help on the case from Holly Gibney, as well as a potential eerie lead from Terry’s daughter.
Move in, they said! The rent is great, they said! Lose your identity, they said!
Tommy finds a possible traitor in the family’s midst. That’s got nothing on the gang of Scots after him.
Claudia tries to stop her father Ego from dying in ’87. Back in ’54, Ulrich gets a visit from a familiar face.
The debut feature from Matthew Holness is a terrifying trip into the trauma of a wounded man.
Scott Derrickson’s SINISTER is more than creepy, it’s an unsettling collision of the Gothic past and a modern world.
Brad Anderson’s SESSION 9 explores our relationship to Gothic places, such as asylums, where Freud’s Uncanny creates a state of dissociation.
Abel Ferrara’s MS. 45 is a brutal exploitation flick about a mute woman who decides to make the city night safe for women again on her own.
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”