The Thing (1982)

John Carpenter's supernatural horror about a U.S. research group based in the Antarctic who discover that a neighboring Norwegian team has been mysteriously killed. As they sort through the wreckage and examine the bodies they find that the deaths were caused by something truly inhuman-- and that an unexplicable force has been unleashed upon them all.

The Fly (1986)

The 1986 fantasy-horror remake directed by David Cronenberg. The Fly-- tells the story of a scientist who invents a teleportation device. After a few successful test runs with animals he becomes confident enough to try it on himself. At first, the trial seemingly proved success, but in time he begins to exhibit odd insect-like behavior.

An American Werewolf in London (1981)

Two American college students are on a walking tour of Britain when they are suddenly attacked by a werewolf-- with one losing his life. The survivor begins to have strange nightmares about running though the woods on all fours, and eventually starts waking up nude in public places. This movie is known for having the best transformation sequence of all werewolf films.

Society (1989)

I recently discovered this movie when I was on the hunt for a good'n weird body horror flick-- needless to say I was pleasantly suprised. It tells the story of a teenage boy who suddenly notices something off about his seemingly picture perfect family. The more he looks into the mystery he discovers the horrendous truth that's been hiding in plain sight all along.

Videodrome (1983)

This movie definitely falls on the weird side-- but I love weird. Directed by Cronenberg in 1983 the movie takes a disturbing look at the dark side of mass media. The story follows Max Renn, a cable-TV programmer, who discovers a torture TV show called "Videodrome." When he ignores warnings and starts an investigation into the plot, his life begins to spiral out of control.

Shivers (1975)

David Cronenberg's early film about a parasite unleashed upon the residents of a high-rise apartment building that turns them into zombie-like sex fiends.

Tusk (2014)

A comedy-horror about a U.S. podcast host who travels to Canada to meet with the subject of a viral video. Plans change and he ends up meeting up with an old man who claims he has interesting stories to tell. What he doesn't know is that he has just walked into a trap, and the seemingly harmless old man has a sickening fascination with walruses.