An in-depth analysis of the classic science fiction film, The Fly (1986). A remake of the 1958 film starring Vincent Price, The Fly (1986) proved a successful remake, showing the horrors of technology. What kind of themes does the film depict?
Could discuss the how to do a remake right, by comparing how the 50's version was revolutionary for its time, and how the 80's version was revolutionary for its time. The original uses suspense my hiding the Fly's face through most of the picture, while the remake show the gradual evolution of man to fly creature. – Aaron Hatch6 years ago
This could be very interesting due to the advanced technologies we have available now in the film industry and in science. – Venus Echos6 years ago