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Review by Jason Lees, MoreHorror.com

It's not whether or not you should watch Videodrome, but how you should watch it. Or better yet, with whom you should watch this David Cronenberg classic.

Let's quickly all get on the same page. Videodrome is Cronenberg's 'new flesh' masterpiece that makes us question reality and the purported reality that we as a tv going public have created. Now that might sound a bit dated (really, are we still tv based?) but the parallels are even scarier with the internet generation.

Regardless, Videodrome follows a young James Woods (who's never been better) as Max Renn, the head of small time cable channel looking for the most cutting edge content for his viewers. Instead of showing S. Korean music videos, he wants to take his audience to places they've never dreamed of in terms of violence and sex. Rather than make his own programming, »

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