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The Hunger

An erotic horror anthology from British directors (and brothers) Tony and Ridley Scott. Based on contemporary short stories, the series featured guest shots by Balthazar Getty, Sally Kirkland, Margot Kidder, Chad Lowe, Giovanni Ribisi and Eric Roberts.

Premiered: July 20, 1997

Rating: TV-MA

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As first teased in last week's Ausiello Report, Oscar winner Susan Sarandon has signed on for a three-episode arc on FX's Rescue Me. The actress who made The Hunger so memorable will play Alicia, a successful older woman who seduces Daniel Sunjata's… Read more

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The Hunger - (Original Trailer)
A female vampire falls for a beautiful young research doctor in The Hunger (1983) starring Susan Sarandon, David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve.

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  • Premiered: July 20, 1997
  • Rating: TV-MA
  • Premise: An erotic horror anthology from British directors (and brothers) Tony and Ridley Scott. Based on contemporary short stories, the series featured guest shots by Balthazar Getty, Sally Kirkland, Margot Kidder, Chad Lowe, Giovanni Ribisi and Eric Roberts. (more)

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