Robert Motherwell’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tony Scott's debut feature film tries to go for the ultimate sexual glory of a vampire film, but it barely rises above cult status.
A nice cast including Susan Sarandon, David Bowie, and Catherine Deneuve help save the day.
But sex may actually fail to spice things up or bring anything new to this kinky vampire flick.
Despite its wonderful cast and fantastic mood lighting the film feels more like a Dario Argento rip off more than anything else.
Incredible aging sequence with David Bowie is films highlight.