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Fly - Limited Edition Steelbook [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, John Getz, Joy Boushel, Les Carlson
  • Directors: David Cronenberg
  • Producers: Stuart Cornfeld
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: German
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Jun. 2014
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JG1I1SW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,164 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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In this chilling remake of the horror classic, Jeff Goldblum stars as an overly ambitious scientist who accidentally merges with a housefly while conducting a bizarre teleporting experiment. Now his journalist girlfriend (Geena Davis) suddenly finds herself caring for a hideous creature whose insect half gradually begins to take over.

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Buzzz Buzzz Really Excellent movie good cast and all round good production, a must watch and cult classic
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what a classic and the special affectes are first class a must for all horror fans simon
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Excellent quality and speedy delivery
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A great idea and well acted
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Who doesn't want to see Jeff Goldblum working out naked and getting all slimy?
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Let me state from the beginning that this is my favourite film of all time. I am a huge movie buff and have a massive library of dvd's, and yet somehow this still remains my number one. There are many reasons for this- the film races along at a terrific pace throughout and is the perfect meld of sci-fi, horror and drama. The direction by David Cronenberg is simply sublime. Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis and John Getz are all perfectly cast in their roles. The effects are still strong and hold up nearly 25 years after the films initial release.

The story follows Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum), who is working on something quite big- a pair of telepods that allow for instant teleportation. The film begins with him inviting the lovely Vernonica Quaife (Geena Davis) back to his apartment/ lab to see what he has been working on. She is amazed at what she finds and the two of them decide that she will follow him and write a book about his invention. Before long the two fall in love, and her boss (John Getz) gets extremely jealous of this; beginning an intriguing love triangle. In the meantime, something went wrong when Seth Brundlefly teleported himself for the first time. Something got in there with him and went undetected, causing genetic splicing between himself and a housefly. From thereon things get extremely weird, and gory...

I cannot rave about this film enough. Jeff Goldblum gives one of the truly quintessential lead performances in his role of Seth Brundle- from his nerdy, awkward beginnings to his horrific demise in the final third. I won't spoil anything for the uninitiated other than to say this is like a superhero movie gone wrong. Instead of becoming selfless and heroic as a result of the splicing incident, he becomes hell-bent on self preservation.
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The fly remains one of the best Cronenberg films, helped in no small way by an excellent performance by Jeff Goldblum, capturing the psychlogical deterioration of Seth Brundle perfectly. Most of the film has not aged too much, due to the simple but high quality effects used for the first three quarters of the film, the excellent makeup work, but overall because it relies on it's actors and a solid screeplay.
Where the film does start to look dated is from the moment Brundle splits apart and the fly puppet shuffles around, and compared with the latex work of Carpenter's The Thing, also from the same sfx period, it's not dated well at all (but not worth removing a star for). However, although the jewel in the crown at the time, it's no more ridiculous looking than some of the CGI that will date many otherwise great films around today (yes I Am Legend - I'm looking at you). So if you're not a Cronenburg fan, why would you watch an old 80's horror flick which crescendo's in a pile of dodgy latex? Jeff Goldblum is truly amazing in this film - he completely convinces you his character is mutating into something monstrous - not just to look at, but inside too - yet he still manages to give some flashes of his character's lingering humanity. Geena Davis is excellent too, her reactions to Brundle's changes are perfect - mingling disgust and symapthy against a backdrop of mounting horror. This was (in my opinion) Cronenberg's most mature film at the time he made it, because his focus is clearly on the character development, and although some of the horror later on is pretty familiar to fans, I don't get the impression that he was too fixated on that - his focus is on Brundle's deterioration.
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