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The Addiction Videos
Added 7 years ago
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An average movie
" Kathleen Conklin, a doctoral student in philosophy, finds herself with a new perspective on the nature of evil and humanity after being bitten by a vampire in New York CitY. Critics appreciated The Addiction for it’s take on vampires, and the use of drug addiction as a metaphor. The film’s soundtrack featured songs by Onyx, Schooly D, Cypress Hill, and others. It featured a early performance, by Edie Falco."
" Date: 10/22/2020 Viewed: Blu-Ray Re-Watch Note: I haven't seen this movie in over 15 years and I did want to revisit it to see if I still enjoy the movie or not. I just bought the Blu-ray released by Arrow Video and it came in the mail today. After revisiting this movie, I still love it. The Addiction is the best vampire movie of the 90s in my opinion. The black and white cinematography is absolutely beautiful because it makes the movie feel so atmospheric. The use of dark lighting really hel"
"Released on: 6 October 1995 "
"October 15th Directed by: Abel Ferrara"
"Character: Jean "
“To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this movie. Still, I remember it very well. Indeed, after watching ‘Bad Lieutenant’ back in the 90’s, I became a huge fan of Abel Ferrara’s work and this movie was therefore definitely a high priority for me. Well, even though it turned out to be watchable, I have to admit that I had a rather hard time to really connect with the damned thing. I mean, it was not bad, it was even pretty neat that Ferrara would go for a vampire tale and there was a really nice cast involved (Lili Taylor, Christopher Walken, Annabella Sciorra, Edie Falco). Unfortunately, the whole thing was terribly murky and I have to admit that I didn't care much for the characters and what they were going through. Actually, from this point on, except for the amazin” read more
"The subject of addiction has been the theme to many movies. And so has the subject of vampires. This one tackles both. In lovely black and white with a few interludes into philosophy.... which, at certain points, kind of left me screaming for blood. But in the end, the climax resolved itself in manner that found this story back into the genre of horror, with a dash of "brains" added into the mix. Which was quite nice. And when I say "nice". I mean nice by vampire standards. "