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Apr 30 2018

Beauty vs Beast: Eternal Lust

Jason fromMNPPhere - this week's edition of "Beauty vs Beast"is celebrating the 35th anniversary of Tony Scott's stylish and sexy vampire feast calledThe Hunger,which was yesterday.The film tells the story of the vampire couple John and Miriam Blaylock (David Bowie and Catherine Deneve) and the young doctor named Sarah (Susan Sarandon) that they seduce through billowy curtains.I don't know when I first became aware ofThe Hunger -I'm sure it was awhile after the movie came out given I was only five when it did - but whenever it was I became aware ofThe Hungerthat would also mark the anniversary of my fantasy of being picked up by Catherine Deneueve and David Bowie.I don't say this very often these days but oh to be Susan Sarandon...

PREVIOUSLYSurprising nobody the newAvengersjust broke all of box office records this weekend,but let's not yet forget its immediate predecessor - we've still got the receipts fromlast week'sBlack Pantherpollto count!And y'all broke bad,giving the villainous Killmonger (Michael B Jordan) the win with 55% of your vote.SaidEvan:

"Killmonger,duh.He's ribbed for your pleasure."

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I vote for Miriam although....my heart and soul will always belong to David Bowie's character in that film.Still not over him.

April 30,2018 | Unregistered Commenterthevoid99

No one can beat a Goddess!
The man who made The Hunger is the same who made Top Gun and Beverly Hills Cop II.Crazy.

April 30,2018 | Unregistered CommenterGwen

Do you really ask us to choose between La Deneuve and that bimbo sarandon nowadays?Lmao

April 30,2018 | Unregistered CommenterSTFU

I'm not a fan of some of Sarandon's recent political proclamations but I certainly wouldn't call her a "bimbo."

April 30,2018 | Unregistered CommenterSuzanne

So-called liberals still picking on Susan Sarandon is so childish.Grow up.

May 1,2018 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Ah the memories of watching this on opening night,those 10 first minutes are essential 80s

May 1,2018 | Unregistered CommenterToby Dammit

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