No announcement yet.

David Cronenberg's Crimes Of The Future

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #46
    ehh... I'm in the camp of naysayers and think this was just okay. it's better than cosmopolis and has some rather neat visuals here and there, but in the end it lacks impact and is way too long. additionally the weird and irritating performances of mortensen and (most of all) kristen stewart stressed me out to the point it almost took me out of the movie. at least we get some gratuitous nudity from lea seydoux, but again nothing memorable about it, because she's showing off her bush in every other movie anyway.


    • #47
      Click image for larger version

Name:	dc.jpg
Views:	100
Size:	78.7 KB
ID:	411231
      Rock! Shock! Pop!


      • #48
        UHD release coming soon via Second Sight.

        Director: David Cronenberg

        Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux and Kristen Stewart

        In the near future, a couple of performance artists push the boundaries of taste and decency with daring shows of mutilation and organ mutation. All the while a shadowy government agency is closing in on a terrorist group that are pushing for the next evolution in the human experience.

        Special Features:

        Dual format edition including both UHD and Blu-ray with main feature and bonus features on both discs
        UHD presented in Dolby Vision HDR
        New audio commentary by Caelum Vatnsdal
        Undeniably a Love Story: an interview with Director David Cronenberg
        Things Change: an interview with Actor Viggo Mortensen
        The Chaos Inside: an interview with Actor Léa Seydoux
        The Heat and the Grime: an interview with Actor Kristen Stewart
        The Bureau Man: a new interview with Actor Don McKellar
        Painkiller: a new interview with Producer Robert Lantos
        The Most Wonderful Dream: a new interview with Cinematographer Douglas Koch
        The Code of David: a new interview with Editor Christopher Donaldson
        New Flesh, Future Crimes: The Body and David Cronenberg - a video essay by Leigh Singer
        The Making of Crimes of the Future
        Production Design Materials
        Short film: The Death of David Cronenberg

        Limited Edition Contents:

        Rigid slipcase with new artwork by Marko Manev
        120 page book with new essays by ​​Reyna Cervantes, Tim Coleman, Joel Harley, Rich Johnson, Mikel J Koven, Phil Nobile Jr, Ian Schultz and Hannah Strong
        6 collectors' art cards
        Catalogue number: 2NDBR4192

        Certificate: 18

        Region: UHD Region Free / Blu-ray Region B

        Click image for larger version

Name:	355891695_737786144975966_8223308766689998640_n.jpg
Views:	74
Size:	109.1 KB
ID:	416153

        Rock! Shock! Pop!