David Bowie hosts the second season of the erotically-charged horror anthology series from Executive Producers Tony and Ridley Scott. Inspired by leading genre writers, each terrifying episode will seduce you into a world beyond your wildest nightmares - a world where lust consumes reason and demons feast on the temptations of men.
Terence Stamp hosts the first season of this spine-tingling horror anthology series from Executive Producers Tony and Ridley Scott, which features a phenomenal cast of familiar faces (including Karen Black, Joanna Cassidy, Daniel Craig, Bruce Davison, Giancarlo Esposito, Colin Ferguson, Jason Flemyng, Balthazar Getty, Lena Headey, Margot Kidder, Sally Kirkland, Jason Scott Lee, Chad Lowe, Stephen McHattie and Timothy Spall) as you've never seen them before. Inspired by leading genre writers, each episode will draw you into a mesmerizing world of terrifying characters and erotic encounters, where demons feed on the weakness of men and temptation consumes reason. Bonus Feature: "The Hunger Inside" - a behind-the-scenes look at Season 2 hosted by David Bowie.
A female vampire falls for a beautiful young research doctor in The Hunger (1983) starring Susan Sarandon, David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve.
Hunger -- Based on Nobel laureate Knut Hamsun's 1890 existentialist masterpiece 'HUNGER'; an out-of-work screenwriter, Charlie Pontus (JOSEPH CULP), wanders the streets of Los Angeles facing homelessness and starvation unless studio producer, The Chief, (ROBERT CULP), will buy his screenplay.
Screened as a work-in-progress in 2001, SF Indiefest called 'HUNGER' 'Powerful, compassionate and astringently funny'. Completed in 2007, 'HUNGER' won Best Feature at the Moondance International Film Festival and 'Best Underground Film' at FAIF Film Festival. It held it's European premiere at the 2007 Nordkapp Film Festival in Norway.
The Hunger: : -- David Bowie hosts this season of terror in this trailer
The Hunger: : -- Trailer for this steamy and dark TV show
The Hunger: : -- US Home Video Trailer from York
Hunger follows life in the Maze Prison, Northern Ireland with an interpretation of the highly emotive events surrounding the 1981 IRA Hunger Strike, led by Bobby Sands. With an epic eye for detail, the film provides a timely exploration of what happens when body and mind are pushed to the uttermost limit.
You probably know how the film will end but here is the last 10 minutes of Hunger and do not watch if you want to spoil the climax. But this a great scene between Bobby and Ray.
The trailer for Hunger.
Hunger is a dark exploration into the breakdown of humanity. How far would you go to survive in the most extreme of circumstances? Five strangers awaken to find themselves trapped in an underground dungeon. They soon realize they are the subjects of one man's sadistic experiment to test the depths of a human being's will to survive. As the days go by with no means of escape, their hunger increases as their humanity fades away.
International trailer for Hunger.
Five strangers awaken to find themselves trapped in an underground dungeon. They soon realize they are the subjects of one man's sadistic experiment to test the depths of a human being's will to survive. As the days go by with no means of escape, their hunger increases as their humanity fades away.
The second trailer for Hunger which will now be released by IFC on March 20, 2009 in a limited select theaters. Michael Fassbender was nominated for the Orange Rising Star Award at this years BAFTA Awards. The Orange Rising Star Award recognises five international actors and actresses who have demonstrated exceptional talent and have begun to capture the imagination of the public as a star in the making.
Hunger is an explosive, challenging and unforgettable feature film by the multi award winning creative team of British artist film-maker Steve McQueen and Irish writer Enda Walsh. The film is a highly evocative and provocative interpretation of the true story of a man who leads a hunger strike as a political tactic in a long running battle over prison conditions. He and his fellow prisoners demand to be treated as political prisoners and not as terrorists. Their demands are refused. He stays true to his word. He dies, as do nine other prisoners after him. Six months after his death the state begins to concede to their demands. But too late for the ten dead men. This man was I.R.A. volunteer, M.P., poet and hunger striker Bobby Sands. On the 5th of May 1981 Sands was the first person to die on the hunger strike in Her Majesty s Maze prison near Belfast, Northern Ireland. After 217 days of protest and ten men dead, the hunger strike was called off by the prisoners: three days later the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, announced a number of changes in prison policy.
Over the following 2 years all the prisoners demands were granted. In 2000, the remaining political prisoners were released under the terms of the Northern Ireland Peace Process. Sands s decision to use his body as a political tool reverberates in our post 9/11 world. Hunger is a timely and compelling exploration of belief and commitment. A film about the psychology and the price of long-term imprisonment, about how political conflict can escalate until neither side can lose face or back down, abou
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