Cinema Eclectica 123 – Even David Cronenberg Has His Limits

Above all else, Cinema Eclectica wants to heal your soul.

Do you have traumatic memories of Watership Down? Ryan’s review of BFI Flipside’s “The Orchard End Murder” might be able to help. Is your home life confusing? It can’t be as confusing as Vittorio De Sica’s “Marriage, Italian Style”, reviewed by Aidan. And if you’re just worried that you’re a bit messed up, well … we all felt a bit better about our own hang-ups after hearing Rob review “Kuso” – the debut film from Flying Lotus.

Our therapeutic odyssey culminates in one of the most sensitive and psychologically accurate motion pictures ever created – Ed Wood’s “Glen or Glenda”. They don’t make ’em like that any more, but before you think of thanking any higher power remember that next week sees the release of “The Emoji Movie”.

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