The Thirst

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"A woman dying of a terminal illness discovers that the only way to save herself may be death itself."
  • R
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 4.0  (933)

Desperation and ulterior motives are at the heart of The Thirst. A woman is dying from a horrible condition brought about by a long term addiction to illicit drug abuse. Along with her boyfriend, the two search for shadowy ways to beat a terminal illness. In their time of most dire need comes Darius, a mysterious stranger offering complete health and restoration with an awful price. The two agree to rituals and sacred vows only available to members of an elite cult. This cult has vampiric roots and is unforgiving in their demand for absolute obedience and willing personalities. Maxx and Lisa, played by Matt Keesler and Clare Kramer go through a mind-boggling and supernatural transformation into creatures of the night. What they thought was a simple cure, begins to manifest as an almost insatiable regimen of debauchery, deviancy and acts only loved by creatures of the night. They begin a cross-dimensional quest for saving themselves amongst a growing and and incredibly powerful thirst to follow their newly found creature-nature. Combined with the ecstatic prodding of a charismatic and sensuous group of cohorts, the two lovers struggle with holding onto their terrestrial relationship, and giving it all up for the splendor of immortality. The Thirst is a venture into dark and deep-rooted carnal lust fantasies brought about by powerful supernatural transformation. The classic visage of the vampire is upheld, but it is combined with vivid sensuality, erotic danger, psychological intrigue of a romance epic. The Thirst illustrates vampire culture in the realm of hope and loving sacrifice. This film features performances and professional additions by personalities like Jeremy Sisto in the role of Darius, Serena Scott Thomas as Mariel and Adam Baldwin as Lenny. Graphic, bloody details and sexual fantasy permeate almost all aspects of The Thirst.

The Thirst
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Desperation and ulterior motives are at the heart of The Thirst. A woman is dying from a horrible condition brought about by a long term addiction to illicit drug abuse. Along with her boyfriend, the two search for shadowy ways to beat a terminal illness. In their time of most dire need comes Darius, a mysterious stranger offering complete health and restoration with an awful price. The two agree to rituals and sacred vows only available to members of an elite cult. This cult has vampiric roots and is unforgiving in their demand for absolute obedience and willing personalities.

Maxx and Lisa, played by Matt Keesler and Clare Kramer go through a mind-boggling and supernatural transformation into creatures of the night. What they thought was a simple cure, begins to manifest as an almost insatiable regimen of debauchery, deviancy and acts only loved by creatures of the night. They begin a cross-dimensional quest for saving themselves amongst a growing and and incredibly powerful thirst to follow their newly found creature-nature. Combined with the ecstatic prodding of a charismatic and sensuous group of cohorts, the two lovers struggle with holding onto their terrestrial relationship, and giving it all up for the splendor of immortality.

The Thirst is a venture into dark and deep-rooted carnal lust fantasies brought about by powerful supernatural transformation. The classic visage of the vampire is upheld, but it is combined with vivid sensuality, erotic danger, psychological intrigue of a romance epic. The Thirst illustrates vampire culture in the realm of hope and loving sacrifice.

This film features performances and professional additions by personalities like Jeremy Sisto in the role of Darius, Serena Scott Thomas as Mariel and Adam Baldwin as Lenny. Graphic, bloody details and sexual fantasy permeate almost all aspects of The Thirst.

The Thirst is a 2006 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.0.

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  • Release Date
    2006
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 28 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    4.0  (933)
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