David Cronenberg's triumphant reworking of the 1958 Vincent Price flick remains his most accessible film, meshing his perennial obsessions with disease, decay and metamorphosis into an exuberantly handled, shamelessly melodramatic love story - albeit a love story in which one partner is a pus-packed bluebottle.
The Fly Review
Genius scientist Brundle has found a way to transport matter instantly from one place to another, but when he tests his theory on himself he becomes a mutant - half man, half fly.
01 Jan 1986
Cronenberg's most triumphant and accessible film to date.
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