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Desc:Hugh Grant vs. bisexual snake vampires in Scotland circa the mid-80s. A Ken Russell film.
Category:Trailers, Classic Movies
Tags:80s, Vampires, 1988, Ken Russell, Hugh Grant
Submitted:Busby Berkeley
Date:11/29/08
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Comment count is 18
baleen

I loved this movie in highschool. I remember getting adolescent boners to the SCENE.
Jeff Fries
Go ahead

baleen

the one with the phallic things and the fire and the snake.

baleen

and her boobs everywhere.

Camonk
That sounds like a good scene, baleen

baleen
camonk it was a really good scene

Rodents of Unusual Size
The British make everything better.
Jeff Fries
Lot of tits in this trailer
Goethe and ernie
This might replace Phenomena as my Saturday night film of choice in future.
13.5
Christ yes
godot
The trailer omits the actual worm, which was a bit underwhelming. Unless you wake up in a cold sweat at the thought of papier-mâché. Amanda Donohoe fueled some adolescent agitation for me on this film.

I really, really do need to see Women in Love (1969) and The Devils (1971). And there Russell has yet another version of Moll Flanders coming next year. The gold standard btw is the mini featuring Alex Kingston (and her improbable nipples). The Morgan Freeman abortion is dire. Even magic negro nipples couldn't help it.
StanleyPain
The Devils is alright, but I think largely overhyped. But, if you want some good Ken Russell crazy more in his 80s vein, Crimes of Passion is more entertaining.

cognitivedissonance
"Gothic," no doubt. Sheer 80s induced randomness. I love Ken Russell and I worship the planet he walks on, I assume it's Mars.

MrBuddy
Is this a horror movie or a comedy? It's hard to tell from the trailer.
StanleyPain
It's both, really.

Stopheles
I worked as a secretary at NYU's Art History department about ten years ago, and can vouch for the fact that Robert Rosenblum (one of the great art historians of the last fifty years) was a big fan of this film.
The McK
And that`s on the torrent list.
The Mothership
This has everything I want in a film.
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