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I May Destroy You
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A very disturbing Giallo with one scene in particular that is not for the faint-of-heart.
Entertaining caper film directed by Michael Chrichton and based on his novel. Sean Connery is his usual debonair heart-breaker and Lesley-Anne Down is beyond charming.
Poeverty row quicky starring John Carradine and redeemed only and occassionally by the subtle direction of underated director Edgar G. Ulmer.
Even with the talented Renee Zellwegger and Harry Conick Jr. this movie is flat and almost devoid of any charm. Too bad.
This is director first signature film and introduces his singular visceral yet antiseptic style. The obvious contrast between the visceral and the antiseptic often depicted in Cronenberg films as the "invasion" of the human body by "malignancy" which manifests itself as growths and/or grotesque bodily contortions. There is a subtle element of vampirism in the film in the form of what "may" or "may not" be biologically engineered parasites. The presence of horror goddess Barbara Steele is and added treat and her devilish beauty facilitates the "stealing" of every scene she is in.