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Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
It's quite delicious watching Goldblum morph into a fly. Hideous fun & best version.
Neil Cooke over 3 years ago
Horror-fun. Gooey, mangled & a bit silly. Great with cold beer & cheezles. (No yogurt)
Noah Rymer 5 years ago
it's not often you can combine smart and gory. unique horror film.
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Grisly Cronenberg and ghastly Goldblum combine for an effective yet horrific sci-fi romp
Katherine Shaw over 6 years ago
This film is so creepy, the effects are great as David Cronenberg retells this classic
Zach Sly over 6 years ago
One of the essentials of 80s horror, Cronenberg truly makes you feel for his characters.
Austin over 6 years ago
Cronenberg's brilliant examination of the relationship between a scientist and their work.
Lou over 7 years ago
A rarity. A remake I can actually stand to watch. It's got a high yuck factor.
Masha Marsheva almost 8 years ago
A 185 lb fly, an inside-out babboon and the poetry of the steak.
Devon almost 8 years ago
best part is when he says, "does this look like a sick man to you?" and punches the wall.
Robyn Hamilton 8 years ago
Can't work out which I like better, this or The Simpsons parody of it. Both are excellent.
Patricia 1 year ago
Nine Lives 2 years ago
Sasha over 2 years ago
Samuel Reynisson almost 3 years ago
Flo HM 3 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 3 years ago
Uri Haynes over 3 years ago
Anteater over 3 years ago
The Fly is a 1986 science fiction horror film co-written and directed by David Cronenberg. Produced by 20th Century Fox, and Brooksfilms, the film stars Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis and John Getz. It is a remake of the 1958 film of the same name, but retains only the basic premise of a scientist accidentally merging with a housefly during a teleportation experiment. Some critics saw the film as a metaphor for the AIDS epidemic. The score was composed by Howard Shore and the make-up effects were created by Chris Walas, who won the Academy Award for Best Makeup. Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum), a brilliant but eccentric scientist, meets Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis), a journalist for Particle magazine, at a meet-the-press event held by Bartok Science Industries, the company that provides funding for Brundle's work. Seth takes Veronica back to the warehouse that serves as both his home and laboratory, and shows her a project that will change the world: a set of "Telepods" that allows...
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