Cronenberg has become renowned for his unique vision on biological dysfunction at the hands of a repressive society. All his films tend to dwell into the weird blending of body with psychotic impulses, machinery or sexuality. Still, a number of his films, although ultimately about those themes, are based on the work of other writers. Stephen King, William S. Burroughs, J.G. Ballard, graphic novels, older films, Cronenberg has culled his subject source from many pre-existing works. With A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, which is based on a graphic novel and not at all penned by Cronenberg, slowly spreading across theaters, let's take a look at the films where the source material was something outside of Cronenberg's twistedly gifted imagination. Which film of the bunch is your favorite?