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Lair of the White Worm
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Lair of the White Worm 1988


From Amazon: Wittily updated from one of Dracula author Bram Stoker's lesser-known horror novels, The Lair of the White Worm is a camp classic that only Ken Russell could have delivered. It's got all the perversity one expects from the bombastic director of Tommy and Altered States: sensible plotting, intelligent dialogue laced with double entendre, graphic imagery with Boschian intensity, and a mischievous disregard for good taste and decorum. In other words, it's heretically hilarious, especially when skeptical Lord D'Ampton (fresh-faced Hugh Grant, in one of his earliest films) begins to suspect that seductive neighbor...

Directed By:
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Written By:
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Starring:
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No image existsPeter Capaldi
No image existsStratford Johns
No image existsPaul Brooke
No image existsChristopher Gable
No image existsCatherine Oxenberg
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Lair of the White Worm Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/15/2007)

Hugh Grant started his acting career in 1982 (He was Hughie Grant then). After one movie, he went into TV for a few years, and emerged in 1987 with Maurice. He was in seven films in 1988, and this is one of those. Certainly not his greatest role, it is certainly one that is memorable for it's campy fun.

Bram Stoker is...

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