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The Hunger (1983)
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The Hunger (1983)

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The film tells a haunting tale of an eternal couple, John and Miriam who suffer from an incessant desire for human flesh. When John quickly deteriorates into a horrible living death, and Miriam sets her sights on Sarah, a lovely young scientist.
Actors: John Stephen Hill ,
John Stephen Hill
John Stephen Hill
Sophie Ward ,
Sophie Ward
Sophie Ward 30 December 1964, London, England, UK
David Bowie ,
David Bowie
David Bowie 8 January 1947, Brixton, London, England, UK
Michael Howe ,
Michael Howe
Michael Howe
John Pankow ,
John Pankow
John Pankow 28 April 1954, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
James Wassenich ,
James Wassenich
James Wassenich
Douglas Lambert ,
Douglas Lambert
Douglas Lambert 7 July 1936, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Lise Hilboldt ,
Lise Hilboldt
Lise Hilboldt 7 January 1954, Racine, Wisconsin, USA
Oke Wambu ,
Oke Wambu
Oke Wambu
Shane Rimmer ,
Shane Rimmer
Shane Rimmer 28 May 1932, Toronto, Canada
Philip Sayer ,
Philip Sayer
Philip Sayer 26 October 1947, Swansea, West Glamorgan, Wales, UK
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Genre: Horror
Director: Tony Scott
Tony Scott
Tony Scott 21 June 1944, North Shields, Northumberland, England, UK
Release: 1983
IMDb: 6.7
Quality:
Duration: 97 min
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Austin Chronicle
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November 18, 2008

More style than substance, and perhaps simply an excuse to get Denueve and Susan Sarandon, Miriam's post-Bowie love, in bed together.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Visual sensualities will have a feast, but you'll have to read Whitley Strieber's novel if you don't want to emerge with a badly scratched head.
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TV Guide
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November 18, 2008

A slick, largely empty visual exercise with vague thematic overtones about a clash between American and European culture.
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Butaca Ancha
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September 26, 2016

A film with legendary cast and photograph. Underestimated at the time, but like any other cult movies, was able to find its audience. [Full review in Spanish]
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PopMatters
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April 07, 2009

The focus of Hunger is emphatically the death of Bobby Sands, specifically, what happens to his body, viewed from a tragic outside and, to an imaginative extent, a determined inside.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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June 24, 2013

As good a horror film in the most pure, rarefied sense of "horror" that the '80s produced in English.
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Variety
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November 18, 2008

In his feature debut, director Tony Scott, brother of Ridley, exhibits the same penchant for eleborate art direction, minimal, humorless dialog and shooting in smoky rooms.
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New York Times

August 30, 2004

The movie reeks with chic, but never, for one minute, takes itself too seriously, nor does it ever slop over into camp.
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Common Sense Media
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March 08, 2011

Bloody lesbian-vampire story is stylish, but no Twilight.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 23, 2004

The Hunger is an agonizingly bad vampire movie, circling around an exquisitely effective sex scene. Sorry, but that's the way it is, and your reporter has to be honest.
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Mania.com
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May 14, 2013

Vampire movies were always cool, but it took The Hunger to make them modern.
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Chicago Reader
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January 01, 2000

The obsessive conjunction of lesbian sex and flowing blood suggests a deep-seated misogyny, but neither this nor any other theme is registered with enough clarity to offend.
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