The Hunger was a horror anthology series that aired on Showtime from 1997 through 2000. The second season was hosted by David Bowie. The series dealt with many paranormal and supernatural themes, usually involving human desires and the consequences of such. Below are some of my favorite episodes from the series. Word of warning, many of these episodes contain nudity and adult situations.
Bridal Suite - When couples check in to a bed and breakfast the husband often disappears.
The Face of Helene Bournouw - A string of remarkable individuals kill themselves after meeting an extremely seductive woman.
Clarimonde - A new priest has his faith tested by a beautiful seductress who is not what she appears to be.
Nunc Dimittis - A dying man finds a male prostitute to take his place serving a very special princess.
Week Woman - A man marries a lesbian to avoid being deported. He soon discovers a secret about her, one that transforms her into his ideal mate.
The Diarist - This is my favorite episode of the series. A young witch is frustrated by the failures of her curses cast against the lover who left her for another woman.
Bottle of Smoke - A woman finds a djinn in a bottle. Instead of granting wishes it can fulfill all of her sexual desires as long as she remembers never to break a very important rule.
Brass - A man inherits a strange brass bed from his occultist father.
The Seductress - An older woman breaks off the sexual relationship she is having with a teenage boy leading to unforeseen supernatural repercussions.