#26. David Cronenberg Ranked List
One of those directors I wouldn't call a personal favorite, but I constantly admire his distinct and unique vision. Often looked at as a Horror director, his take on body horror is closer to the surrealism of David Lynch, although a lot more clinical and in his later years, more cerebral.
I've never seen A Dangerous Method, which aside from the cast never interested me, but I'm willing to give it a look. He made an auto racing film in 1979 called Fast Company which I am definitely giving a pass. I am going to look for a 1970 film called Crimes of the Future, which reads like his entire career in one go.
"A sometime director of a dermatological clinic called the House of Skin is searching for his mentor, the mad dermatologist Antoine Rouge. Rouge has disappeared following a catastrophic plague resulting from cosmetic products, which has killed the entire population of sexually mature women."
I may also seek out his short films The Nest, Camera and From the Drain