David Cronenberg has his own vision of human and society, and he reflects his vision over his films throughout his filmography. As discussed earlier, he likes to think about popular demands in society and show their possible outcomes. Bodily modification is a must in his films. Old flesh must transmute and become a the great new flesh. This flesh is created mostly with the help of technology since his vision of future combines the technology and human body, organic and inorganic. Furthermore, these transmutations should make people more sexual. Revealing the repressed unconscious is an important theme in his films. So these very distinct contents build Cronenbergian features of his films which can be noticed without seeing the end titles-his names. But the most important thing is he makes films which have connections with each other and these connections create a bigger meaning about Cronenberg’s big problem: human flesh.