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TTT - Ridley and Tony Scott

Greetings, Glancers! On today’s Top Ten Tuesdays List I change things a little by taking two of Cinema’s finest British exports – the Scott brothers. Both brothers achieved incredible commercial success and more often than not plenty of critical and fan acclaim. 1,283 more words

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Day 25: The Hunger

Halloween Every Day (for a Month)

By Andrew Neil Cole

Day 25: The Hunger (1983).         

Back in my college days, I remember The Hunger inspiring many a lunchroom debate among my fellow film majors. 686 more words

Horror

The Hunger, 1983

FILM REVIEW

Movie: The Hunger, 1983

Reviewed by Justin Slosky

Beverage Pairing: Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Hoppy Lager

Movie Bro’s Review:

David Bowie isn’t dead! 1,345 more words

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The Hunger by Michael D. Young| Book Review

I love fantasy fiction that thrills the reader. When I was invited to review The Hunger I excitedly agreed. I read the synopsis, I was really excited to read… 300 more words

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Book Review: The Hunger by Michael D. Young

Book synopsis:

Feed your Hunger.

In a distant, war-torn land, every man, woman and child must either consume the magical substance known as Sustenance or succumb to the Hunger. 440 more words

The Hunger (1983) by Carly Hearts Movies - Ultimate 80s Blogathon

1983, Directed by Tony Scott

Written by Ivan Davis and Michael Thomas (screenplay); Whitley Strieber (novel)

Starring: Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon

The Egyptian vampire lady Miriam subsists upon the blood of her lovers. 412 more words

Film

Kim @ Tranquil Dreams reblogged this on Tranquil Dreams and commented:

Next up we have Carly over at Carly Hearts Movies joining us for the Ultimate 80s Blogathon! She takes a look at The Hunger. Head on over and check it out! :)

The Hunger (1983) by Carly Hearts Movies - Ultimate 80s Blogathon

1983, Directed by Tony Scott

Written by Ivan Davis and Michael Thomas (screenplay); Whitley Strieber (novel)

Starring: Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon

The Egyptian vampire lady Miriam subsists upon the blood of her lovers. 412 more words

Film