I attended a screening of David Cronenberg's The Brood last night as a part of The Wright Stuff series at the Bloor curated by Edgar Wright (dir: Hot Fuzz). What a fantastic night, the film was awesome (and it knocks one more title of my current 101 Films to See list), the crowd was lively and as a special treat Art Hindle, the main actor from The Brood was at the screening. Below are some vids of the introduction of the film (the IMDb keywords is my fave, although it is big spoiler-ville) as well as selections from the post film Q&A.
The evening also featured the short film Canadian Apocalypse by Justin Decloux, an awesome hommage to Canadian horror. You can see it on YouTube here.
FYI the first two vids are a little fuzzy at times and most of them discuss content of the film so those for are spoiler sensitive please take note.
Edgar Wright introduces the evening of the last night of The Wright Stuff screening:
Edgar Wright discusses David Cronenberg, horror films, working in the genre and the current state of horror:
Edgar Wright introduces The Brood via IMDb keywords (spoilers):
Edgar Wright introduces Art Hindle:
Post screening Q&A with Art Hindle, including discussing what it is like working with child actors when dealing with heavy subject matter (spoilers):
Post screening Q&A with Art Hindle, including discussing some of the challenging experiences during filming (spoilers):