The Brood (1979)
The use of experimental psychology to treat a troubled divorcee coincides with a series of mysterious attacks by mutant children.
Crash (1996)
After being caught up in a violent crash, a quiet man with a struggling marriage discovers a cult of car crash sex fetishists.
Crimes Of The Future (2022)
In a near-future human evolution has accelerated, a situation embraced by a performance artist.
Cosmopolis (2012)
Chance encounters threaten to tear a billionaire's life apart as he travels across Manhattan.
A Dangerous Method (2011)
Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender and Keira Knightley star in David Cronenberg's look at the early days of psychoanalysis.
Dead Ringers (1988)
Twin gynaecologists take full advantage of the fact that nobody can tell them apart, until their relationship begins to deteriorate over a woman.
Eastern Promises (2007)
An idealistic young midwife inadvertently stumbles across a crime syndicate trafficking prostitutes.
eXistenZ (1999)
Virtual reality gets messy!
The Fly (1986)
A scientist invents a teleportation device, but accidentally splices his DNA with that of a housefly when testing it.
A History Of Violence (2005)
Violence begets violence in a study of retribution and small town defiance.
Maps To The Stars (2014)
Drink, drugs, sex and psychosis mix as a Hollywood dynasty comes into contact with the beautiful daughter of a deceased diva.
Naked Lunch (1991)
An addict writer descends into a hallucinatory existence after accidentally killing his wife.
Rabid (1977)
A young woman's strange mutation, triggered by experimental surgery, triggers an epidemic of aggression.
Spider (2002)
A man undergoes a mental collapse.
Videodrome (1983)
Looking for the next big thing, a cable TV station programmer finds himself losing control in the grip of a phenomenon that is ready to alter reality forever.
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