7. The Hunger (1983)
Tony Scott’s ‘The Hunger’ doesn’t even comes on the brink of being an inexpensive film but it’s three charismatic leads – David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon – makes sure that each lover of cinema and popular culture will watch it a minimum of once in their lifetime only for the sake of it. There are enough bl00d, #eduction, eccentricity and libertine thoughts within the film to fuel your imagination and obtain you within the groove of the narrative. And in fact when two finest actresses of their generation engage during a le#b!an scene, how can one pass up the offer of watching this film.