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Kiss, The

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  • Kiss, The
  • Author: Tom Ropelewski and Stephen Volk
  • Director: Pen Densham
  • Producer: Pen Densham, Richard Barton Lewis and John Watson
  • Year: 1988
  • Country: Canada
  • 101 minutes
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Black magic, possession and bizarre deaths turn a normal family's life into a non-stop nightmare. The terror begins in the Belgian Congo, as an unsuspecting young girl boards a train for what will become a strange, supernatural voyage.

Twenty-five years later, the girl, now a sensuous fashion model, suddenly appears in New York to visit her teenage niece. Although Amy is excited to meet her Aunt, the arrival of this mysterious relative strangely coincides with a gruesome series of violent deaths. Amy soon realizes that, like Felice, she is about to become heir to a horrifying family legacy - and only her will to survive can keep her safe.

Qvamp says:

Only the tiniest of lesbian content in this. The 'curse' is passed on with an intimate kiss between females in this family. In addition, a friend of the main character calls the aunt a dyke.

For the most part, this movie is a completely straight T&A movie.

Rating C-
Queer Vampire Rating D-
Amount of Gay Content lightly homoerotic


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