- Cronenberg + -ian (Wiktionary)
“Or am I engaged in an odyssey of nigh-Cronenbergian self-mutilation, as I try to see how quickly I can cripple my drawing hand by grinding out 200 pages of pencil-heavy artwork over ludicrously short timeframes?”
“This looks like a crazy, dark, Cronenbergian genre film, and to have it bow in the summer?”
“Splice is a weird one; a Cronenbergian body-horror romp from Vincenzo Natali that occupies a strange space between the sexual scrunge of Shivers and Rabid and the surreal mugwump mutations of The Naked Lunch.”
“Nola Carveth is a patient at the Somafree Institute of Psychoplasmatics, a typically creepy, mysterious and, basically, Cronenbergian medical facility.”
“All of the flirting, namedropping icky anatomy terms, and performing cunnilingus under lamp light with abortion crazies protesting gave us Cronenbergian chills.”
“Maybe next time someone does that I go all Cronenbergian on their arse?”
“Romeroesque, yes; Cronenbergian, certainly... and Boyleish as all hell, but the hodgepodge mostly works.”
“There is also something of the Cronenbergian hero in Esther, seeking renewal and change through extreme bodily transformations: she recalls both the grotesque mutilations of Cronenberg's 70s work and the sexual perversity of his adaptation of J.G. Ballard's Crash, in which Rosanna Arquette plays a woman whose crippled legs are marked by vagina-like ridges, sexualized scars.”
“Speaking of Cronenbergian things, I'm told that my Millipede Press book on VIDEODROME is proceeding nicely and now in the photo selection/clean-up stage.”
“Theres even a hint of homoerotic energy that appears to charge a violent conflict in a Turkish bathhouse that involves Nikolai and contains enough naked flesh and graphic brutality to be labeled characteristically Cronenbergian.”
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