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A man tries to uncover an unconventional psychologist's therapy techniques on his institutionalized wife, while a series of brutal attacks committed by a brood of mutant children coincides with the husband's investigation.
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film #12 of hooptober part vii: the new blood while i'm undoubtedly a fan of david cronenberg, there are a few notable gaps in my familiarity with his resume -- notably, his pre-1980s films. the brood is the first of those i've seen and while it doesn't sit at the pinnacle of his work for me, it's very solid. it's clear that at this point, cronenberg hadn't yet fully codified certain elements of his style but he remains an undeniable master at translating his personal experiences into a wicked, biting genre effort. inspired by his painful divorce, cronenberg creates a film that certainly lags... read
extremely seasonally appropriate in texture and the way family trauma festers until it physically erupts during the "airing of grievances" and "feats of strength." i don't know anyone who shoots temperature as well as cronenberg. every interior shot populated with people in woollen sweaters, escaping the icy cold winter in their carpeted, hardwood coffins. while the entire time your eyes are being drawn to those tiny neon jumpsuits like some sort of color-coded foreshadowing. man, there's nothing like early cronenberg. read