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by Cookie N Screen
There is no lie that I am one of the biggest supporters of this man. In fact, in celebration of Canada, I have written three articles dedicated to his genius. There is no director quite like David Cronenberg and there will never be again. His intense visual spectrum of the humanity of horror is alluring, disturbing and quite frankly, impeccable. Transcending the horror genre and portraying nightmarish stories with a slick visceral vein, Cronenberg has vastly bent the rules to perforate our dreams and make us basically scared of everything. And that Canadian genius is being celebrated today (as well as this piece from Matthew Howe). Trust me, this was hard to choose.
Happy Father's Day to all the daddy's out there! We know that you are probably cracking some bad jokes and generally being awesome. Our sense of humour, strength and courage in our work probably wouldn't be the same if not for your guidance and understanding.
So let's celebrate them and their tastes in movies...
Trailer Park: Tammy
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