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Movie Info & Cast

Cast

  • Catherine Deneuve
  • David Bowie
  • Susan Sarandon
  • Cliff De Young
  • Beth Ehlers
  • Dan Hedaya
  • Rufus Collins
  • Suzanne Bertish
  • James Aubrey
  • Ann Magnuson

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • David Bowie said that, in order to make his voice suitably hoarse for when he aged so drastically in the movie, he stood on the George Washington Bridge every night and screamed all the punk rock songs he knew.
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Goofs

  • During the scene when Miriam offers the drink to Sarah, Sarah is standing in front of a bust depicting Miriam. The camera pans between the two a total of three times. The third time, when Sarah takes a sip of her drink, the bust is not there.
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Quotes

    • Sarah Roberts: She's that kind of a woman. She's... European.
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Metacritic

75

The stars are of the first magnitude, the direction is sharp as a scalpel, the premise (vampirism sans fangs, garlic and other Transylvanian paraphernalia) is only semi-silly, and the visuals are suitable for exhibition in a gallery specializing in high gloss S M. [29 Apr 1983]

Metacritic review by Jay Scott
Jay Scott
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
50

An almost-horror film called The Hunger has in common with Flashdance an apparent obsession with style over other considerations, and the result, though weird, is no more satisfying. [02 May 1983, p.C6]

Metacritic review by Bill Cosford
Bill Cosford
Miami Herald
50

Scott’s film scarcely has its pulse on the encroaching conservatism of the nation. In the end, it’s just a shallow lesbian fantasy so aggressively spit and polished as to suggest a 96-minute White Diamonds commercial. Of course, that’s not to say that it isn’t fun.

Metacritic review by Ed Gonzalez
Ed Gonzalez
Slant Magazine