A 1950s cult favorite, THE FLY blends sci-fi and horror in its story of an obsessed scientist (David Hedison) who likes to fiddle around with his matter-transmitting device. After zapping guinea pigs from dimension to dimension, he decides to put the transmitter to the ultimate test and
enters the machine himself. He fatefully pulls the switch, failing to notice that a pesty housefly is also in the machine. That little nuisance proves to be a gross inconvenience as the scientist, now fly-headed, emerges from his experiment, while buzzing somewhere around the house is the
interfering fly, now sporting a human mug. The success of THE FLY is hard to fathom. Not even t...