The Hunger

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Showtime (ended 2000)

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The Hunger

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An 30-minute anthology of horror stories, THE HUNGER, hosted by Terence Stamp in season 1, and David Bowie in season 2, premiered on Showtime on July 20, 1997. Created by Jeff Fazio. The show remided us of "The Twilight Zone" and "The Outer Limits," but it actually a much darker and adults-only type of show. The show centered mostly on the horror, combined with erotica and fantasy, followed by amazing segments with the hosts. The show had a few blanks, but overall it was a another anthology-series worth watching.

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  • Short stories of erotica, and a moral...

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    Based on Tony Scott's horror back in the eighties, The Hunger is a series of short stories with morals, and erotica to boot. Season One was hosted by Terence Stamp, whilst Season Two became hosted by a ghost (David Bowie) whose character died in the first episode of the second season in a prison, suffering for his art. The host would introduce and close the stories with cryptic hints about the contents, varying from witchcraft, to obsession and lust, all with a hint of sex, and a whole host of cameo's from minor celebrities, help to make the Canadian version of the British "Tales of the Unexpected" stand out for the cult following it achieved, between 1997 - 2000.moreless
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Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Suspense