108: The Fly (1986) with Vanessa Rieger
This week we’re speaking to one of Toronto’s most active interdisciplinary artist Vanessa Rieger about one of her unquestionably favourite films 1986’s The Fly. Certainly Cronenberg’s most financially successful work from his early career, The Fly is still unquestionably deep and watchable. With practical effects that still hold up, shirtless Jeff Goldblum, no-nonsense Geena Davis, layer upon layer of allegory options, and beast of a score that translated into an opera, we recommend catching up with this classic today.
This week’s end credit music is the theme from The Fly, composed by Howard Shore.